A detached house. The sound of a broken glass and unfamiliar voices wake up the owners in a middle of the night. Instead of grabbing a bat they press the Button to let the security patrol deal with the thieves.
Call for reinforcements
A security guard patrols the area. Someone grabs him from behind and covers his mouth. The guard can’t call for help — a tough situation. But one click of a panic button sends the reinforcement his way.
Prevent a robbery
A burglar demands to put the money in a bag. The cashier opens the cash register with a panic button obediently. His fingers discreetly press the Button to raise a silent alarm. The robber will not leave the store with cash.
The doorbell rings. A stranger insists on letting them in. The kids are home alone. They know that they should not open the door and immediately press the Button. Ajax system simultaneously triggers the siren and alerts the parents along with the security company.
Without false alarms
The body of the Ajax Button is designed to prevent false alarm even if you sit or lay on it. To further prevent false alarms you can set Button to react only on double-click or long-press.
Automate routine actions
Click Button as you close the shop for night. It’s located right by the entrance door so you can avoid wearisome routine. Switch off the house lights, shop-window illumination and all of the signs simultaneously. Next morning, click once again to prepare your business for welcoming the new customers.
Fix Button on a dashboard to control the gates from your car. Intruders won’t be able to simulate the Button’s signal with a code grabber.
Lock windows and doors
Press Button once to activate the house-fortress mode: lower the roller blinds and activate all the electric locks. Press and hold to switch on the night lighting.
Show the way
Install the Button by the child's bed so they can easily turn on the dimmed lighting on the way to the bathroom or the parent's bedroom.
One button, two commands
Use long and short Button presses to run different scenarios. Each scenario can manage a single automation device, a group of them, or all the devices at once.
Guarantees alarm delivery
Ajax panic button communicates with a hub using Jeweller radio protocol on a distance of up to 1300 m. Once it delivers an alarm, you’ll see a green blink. Jeweller encrypts all of the transmitted data. In case of signal interference or radio jamming, Ajax system switches the radio frequency and notifies you as well as the security company about the situation.
Signal range up to 1300 m
Command delivery confirmation
Encryption with a modified AES algorithm
Scan the QR-code using the Ajax app to register your Button. Then you can clip it on a key fob, wear on your neck, or adjust on a double-sided tape anywhere in a house, an office, or a store.
Not longer than 0,15 sec Active from the first click (no need to wake it up)
Jeweller radio technology
Communication range with a hub — up to 1300 m in an open area Two-way communication channel Operating frequencies — 868.0 - 868.6 MHz Self-adjusting RF output power — up to 20 mW Block encryption based on AES algorithm Frequency hopping