ELK PRODUCTS ANNOUNCES THEIR MINI WINDOW SENSOR IS NOW AVAILABLE IN BROWN!

The new ELK-6021BR Brown Mini Window Sensor is exceptionally thin and is virtually disappears once installed. It is perfect for double hung or casement style wood/vinyl windows.

ELK Products, a premier manufacturer of security and automation solutions, is pleased to announce a new addition to their two-way wireless line. ELK's encrypted two-way technology provides advanced features to ensure reliability and overcome the vulnerabilities associated with conventional one-way wireless technology. Utilizing cutting-edge techniques to defend against interference, hacking, and jamming, ELK's two-way wireless products offer a more secure and dependable wireless solution.


New to the line is the ELK-6021BR Mini Window Sensor in brown. This sensor is exceptionally thin and is virtually disappears once installed. It is perfect for double hung or casement style wood/vinyl windows.

Learn more about ELK's Two-Way Wireless technology and view the full line of sensors at http://www.elkproducts.com/two-way-wireless-for-m1-controls

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