Control ELK's M1 System with Apple Watch!

With eKeypad Alarm for Apple Watch, it is now easier than ever for customers to access to the security features of their ELK M1 system.

eKeypad Mobile Solutions has released a new version of the eKeypad Alarm app, now with support for Apple Watch. eKeypad Alarm provides an intuitive and user friendly interface for remote access to the security features of ELK's M1 Controls. The app offers easy access to system status information and allows users to arm, disarm, and bypass zones.


"Having the Apple Watch option for remotely controlling our M1 systems is very exciting as it furthers the flexibility offered by our M1 Cross Platform Controls™. It is now easier than ever for customers to stay connected with their M1 system. This new interface option complements our goal to provide the best security with the flexibility to meet an individual's needs or budget for automation." stated Trudy Phillips, Elk's Director of Sales and Marketing.

Pricing for eKeypad Alarm is set at $29.99 and a free upgrade is available to current users of the app. eKeypad Alarm is also included in the M1 Automation Bundle, available for $59.99. This bundle offers Apple watch support for alarm system functionality as well as detailed control and automation functionality with extensive customization for iPhone and iPad. No monthly fees required.

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