Hub 2

Manages Ajax devices to guarantee the security on site
Supported by over 700 response companies
Full system control in one app
Communicates via 3 independent channels
Operates up to 16 hours from battery backup if the lights go out

The brain of your security system

Ajax control panel Hub 2 continually communicates with the system devices to monitor all of the activities in your house, apartment, office, or on a production plant. In case of emergency, it shoots an alarm to your smartphone and notifies the Central Monitoring Station.

When the door opens — you get an immediate push-notification, an SMS, and a call. A trespasser’s break-in triggers the Ajax MotionCam motion detector, and it sends you a series of photos. Your security company can evaluate the situation using the visuals and respond accordingly.

  • Reacts to a threat
  • Sends a photo confirmation
  • Calls a security company

Supports MotionCam detectors

Hub 2 allows you to quickly evaluate the situation at the place without connecting to the security cameras. The control panel supports MotionCam motion detectors that transmit photo series from the secured objects in seconds. If someone has triggered the detectors, you’ll see the cause of a problem even with a low Internet connection.

Informative notifications prevent you from overthinking and help security companies to respond only to the real threats.

Coming soon

Ajax MotionCam motion detectors

  • Send a photo when triggered
  • Deliver packages without Wi-Fi and cables

Always in touch

Hub 2 central panel uses Ethernet or one of the 2 SIM cards to guarantee the delivery of the alarms and photos from the secured objects. The channels work in parallel and back each other up in case of emergency.

Then the compression and transmission protocols guarantee the lightning fast delivery of the photo series even with weak Internet connectivity. As opposed to the video camera streams, with Ajax, you can evaluate the situation on the secured objects at the 0.5 kB/s Internet speed.

  • Uses 3 independent communication channels
  • Delivers alarms in 0.15 seconds
  • Transmits photo confirmations even on 2G

Trouble resistant

With Hub 2, you’ll know immediately if the detector has a malfunction, if someone removes it, if it is damaged, or if its body is open. And even if the lights suddenly go out, the central panel will continue its watch powered by a back-up battery.

  • Checks the functionality of detectors at least every 12 seconds
  • Alerts about threats, channel interference, or malfunctions
  • Operates for up to 16 hours if the lights go out

Runs on the OS Malevich

Ajax OS Malevich is a real-time operating system. This kind of software is used in the systems that can’t afford mistakes — for instance, spaceship and ballistic rocket launchers, or in the car brake systems.

OS Malevich is immune to viruses and protected from cyber attacks. Its architecture allows us to regularly expand the Ajax possibilities over the air without bothering the users.

  • Protected from cyber-attacks
  • Increased functionality with each system update
  • Automatically updates over the air

Dual-protocol radio communications


Hub 2 central panel communicates with the security system devices using radio frequencies on a distance of up to 2000 m.

Two-way Jeweller radio protocol encrypts all of the transmitted data. And in cases of interference or jamming, Ajax switches the frequency and notifies you as well as the reaction company about the situation.

  • Coverage area up to 2000 m
  • Two-way radio communication
  • Encryption with a modified AES algorithm
  • Frequency hopping


For visual data transmission from MotionCams, Hub 2 uses Ajax Wings radio protocol. It is a high-speed protocol based on Jeweller technology. Wings inherited its best features. It also uses a dedicated Hub 2 antenna to improve channel reliability.

Wings guarantees the delivery of the photo confirmations even if the signal level is unstable. It uses the in-built algorithms of package checking and re-uploading.

  • Transmissions of photo series
  • Communications via additional antenna
  • Guaranteed data delivery

Intuitive in use

Hub 2 installs in minutes without holes in the wall and wire tangles. Connect it to the Internet and plug the power cord. Then scan the QR code using Ajax app. In most of the cases, your devices won’t require any additional tuning. Hub 2 begins to operate once online.

  • 1
    Download a free app
  • 2
    Scan the QR-code
  • 3
    Control from anywhere in the world

Hub will look after your home, office, store, or a plant

Where to buy?

Build your own security kit for a complete security on site

Tech specs


The radio channel central unit with the support of visual alarm verification detectors

Maximum amount of devices that could be connected to the hub


Video surveillance support

Up to 25 cameras or DVRs

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Maximum amount of users


Maximum amount of rooms


Maximum amount of security groups


MotionCam support


Communication channels

Two 2G SIM-cards

Alarm signals

Delivery time: 0.15 sec

Notification types: SMS, call, push-notification

Switching between the SIM-cards

4 minutes

CMS connectivity

Contact ID, SIA

The speed of alarm delivery to the CMS


Power supply

Main supply: 110−240 V
Battery backup: Li-Ion 2 А·h
Up to 16 hours of offline operation when the Ethernet is switched off

Wings radio technology

Transmission of visual confirmations
Delivery verification of packages

Operating temperature range

From −10°С to +40°С


163×163×36 mm


362 g


Replacement and repair within 24 months of the date of sale. Batteries are not covered under warranty.

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Complete set

Ajax Hub 2 intelligent control panel
SmartBracket mounting panel
Power cable
Ethernet cable
Installation kit
SIM card (depending on region)
User’s guide

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