Hub Touchscreen - Master Guide

Functionality

Introducing the Frontpoint Touchscreen, a new way to manage your home. Arm and disarm your system with ease plus conveniently control your lights, locks, and sensors when you pair it with your Frontpoint Hub.

The Frontpoint Touchscreen requires WiFi and to be connected to the same network as the Frontpoint Hub as well as an Interactive or Ultimate Monitoring Plan.

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Specifications

Manufacturer/Model Number: Frontpoint Touchscreen

Dimensions: 7.7"L x 4.5"H x 3⁄4"W 

Weight: 12.7 oz 

Screen: 7" 5-point capacitive precise HD touch panel

Cord Length: 5.9'

Primary Power Supply: 5V power adapter with a micro USB cord

Control Panel Compatibility: Frontpoint Hub

Rechargeable Battery: Lithium-ion polymer battery (included and pre-installed)

Battery Life: Up to 4 hours (at 50% brightness)

Wireless Connectivity: 2.4G

Features

  • Arm/disarm your system +entry/exit countdowns
  • System status
  • Panic controls to call authorities
  • Sensor status (open/closed/etc.) & history
  • Control compatible lights and locks
  • Review trouble conditions
  • Displays weather
  • Voice prompts for open/close activity and beeps for arming/disarming

Notes

  • Up to 4 Touchscreens can be paired with the Hub

Placement Recommendations

  • Any place in the home with a strong Wi-Fi connection
  • It should be at least 5 ft from any electronic equipment.

Mounting

There are two mounting options available for installing the Touchscreen. Users can choose to install their Touchscreen anywhere in their home or office to suit their needs.

The Touchscreen has a kickstand, giving it the ability to sit at an angle when placed on flat surfaces. 

A wall mounting bracket is also provided to enhance installation flexibility for
users to install the Touchscreen at a particular place.

Click here for more details on mounting the Hub Touchscreen.

Click here to access the User Guide for the Hub Touchscreen.

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