ELK-M1XEP connects M1 controls to Internet or LAN for programming, monitoring, remote control, email notifications, etc. M1 controls can interface security, automation, lighting, and HVAC. Built-in web server eliminates need for local pc server.
The ELK -M1XEP features Federal Information Processing Standards (FIPS) compliant encryption algorithms and a secure embedded web server with a user interface built on a Java applet. The built -in web server eliminates the need for a local "24/7" pc server. The Java applet gives the user a portable means of controlling the system remotely, allowing system arming/disarming, checking of zone status, control of lighting, thermostats, and outputs, activation of tasks, etc. It also supports email notification. Up to 16 email addresses with messages can be programmed for notification based on events, such as system arming/disarming, user access, alarm conditions, temperature readings, etc. Broadband connection required for internet access: Cable Modem, DSL, T1, etc.
Coming soon in a future update, the ELK -M1XEP will offer support of Central Station Internet Monitoring, Dynamic DNS (DDNS) updates, and National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) atomic clock updates.