Bosch Solution 3000 Wireless Alarm Kit

Price $539.00In Stock

Available Options

We have set up this build your own system options process for the Bosch 3000 wireless alarm system to streamline your purchasing experience. You can just select the amount and type of detectors needed, remote controls if needed, keypad type, etc. in the options section to the right. We have added both wireless and wired sensors in the checkout process below is a list of part numbers that correspond to the selections, so you know which are wireless or wired.

Wired detector part numbers

ISC-BPR2-W12

ISC-BPQ2-W12

ISC-BPR2-WP12

ISC-BDL2-W12G

ISC-BDL2-WP12G

Wireless detector part numbers

RFPR-12

RFDL-11+A366


Other wireless devices suited to this kit are at the bottom of the page under related products

If you need any help to decide what detectors you need, I strongly recommend that you read the three links below

https://goalarmshop.com.au/the-difference-between-detectors 

https://goalarmshop.com.au/alarm-system-tips-and-tricks

http://goalarmshop.com.au/building-cabling-issues-explained

Kit Includes

 Bosch Solution 3000 Alarm Panel

RF3212E Wireless Receiver with two Radion key fobs

 Outdoor/Indoor Siren and Strobe

 Power Supply and Battery

 Three year Manufacturers Warranty

 Listed Functions

16 zones capability

Two separate areas can be programmed

41 Codes – 1 Installer, 20User Codes, 20 RF Keyfobs

Wireless Capabilities if you connect an RF3212E receiver

Home Arming for home invasion protection

A variety of communication options with extra modules available including the standard dialer, gsm/GPRS and IP modules that can provide CID, Domestic Dialling, CSV-IP and RSC "Remote Security Control" smartphone app communication

Description

The Bosch Solution 3000 Wireless Alarm System Kit can provide 16 hard wired or 16 Wireless alarm zones. The alarm panel can have a mixture of 16 wireless or wired zones. Examples of alarm devices are movement detectors, reed switches and smoke detectors.

The Solution 3000 has two programmable areas and a stay area that's programmable for home or business after hours invasion protection. Meaning it can have a stay area with devices reed switches etc. that will go into alarm if opened while it's after hours. Programmable areas mean you can partition the alarm system example: You have a keypad in your businesses front office to arm and disarm the office area and a code pad in the warehouse to arm and disarm that area separately. Or with programming you can operate both areas from the one keypad so one area can be on while the other is disarmed and vice versa. This configuration is useful in a home situation where the areas might be a shed and the house.

The wireless kit allows the 3 and 4th key fob buttons to be setup to control your home's garage doors this function can be helpful as you will only need one remote for alarm and garage operation. To make this feature work it requires programming and an extra output expansion module

It is important to note that this system requires cabling installed between the keypad, external and internal siren/ strobe to the central control panel.

2000/ 3000 Monitoring Options

Out of the box panel

The Bosch 2000/ 3000 panel comes with an on board PSTN dialer that can connect and communicate through the standard Telstra copper phone line. This connection offers two dialing formats. The first is Contact ID, which is used to transmit alarms to a central monitoring station for paid monitoring services. The second is Domestic dialing that's programmable for self-monitoring. When the alarm goes off the alarm system dials, the phone numbers programmed when you answer a sirens heard in the earpiece. The only problem with this form of monitoring is it doesn't inform you which zones alarmed. It may be just one zone that is false alarming.

Adding the IP reporting module 

With this IP module added it converts the panel to report through your home or business broadband connection whatever format the connection uses i.e. NBN, cable or ADSL the panel will communicate in two ways the first is by IP reporting to a central monitoring station for 24 hours paid monitoring. Another advantage of this module is there is a smartphone app for Android or iPhone.  Allows connection to the panel for remote alarm and output control. It is important to note that the app is different from the 6000 panel and is only available through a wired broadband connection.

Adding the GPRS module

The first thing to note is that you need to purchase both the B450 PLUG-IN COMMUNICATOR INTERFACE and the B442 PLUG-IN 2G GPRS COMMUNICATOR to enable wireless communication as the GPRS communicator has to plug into the communicator interface and the communicator interface plugs into the panel. It is also important to note that you will also need an enabled sim card from a telco provider. The GPRS module only enables Communication with a 24-hour monitoring center and domestic dialing self-monitoring. There is no smartphone app, or text message enabled as with the solution 6000 GPRS module.  

NOTE: This Alarm Kit requires installation by a qualified Alarm Installer or electrician

Downloads

Bosch 3000 User Manual

Bosch 2000/ 3000 Product Matrix Selection Guide

Bosch Intrusion Detector Selection Guide

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