Bosch HCT-4, 4 Button Remote 433Mhz Stainless Steel Finish
Compatible with: WE800EV2 Receiver and RE005EV2 Receiver
Bosch 4 Button Remote 433Mhz Stainless Steel Finish HCT-4
- Arm, disarm, panic and relay functions.
- Programmable option buttons (depending on panel type)
- Available from Cheap Alarm Parts
- This remote control is NOT compatible with the Bosch Solution 6000.
- This remote is different to the HCT4-UL remote and is not cross comptaible.
- This remote is NOT compatible with the B810 or RFRC-STR or RF3212E recievers commonly installed on Bosch 3000 & 6000 alarm panels.
The HCT-4 allows you to arm or disarm the security, or send a panic alarm. Programmed with a unique code, each model works exclusively with your security system. Two additional buttons can be used to trigger the two on board relays which can be used to open a garage door or gate. Plastic construction with stainless steel face and buttons.
- WE800EV2 Receiver
- RE005EV2 Receiver
- Solution 880, 844, 862 or Solution 2000 or 3000 fitted with a WE800EV2 receiver
- Solution 16 fitted with a RE005EV2 receiver
Will NOT work with:
- B810 Radion Receiver
- DSRF Receiver
- RFRC-STR Receiver
- RF3212E Receiver
- Solution ICP models
- Solution 16i, 16Plus or 64, 6000
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