Recalls: Home Control/Alarm Systems

February 22, 2012
2GIG Technologies Recalls Modules Used In Go!Control Panels for Home Security Systems Due to Fire and Burn Hazard
The GSM radio module in the Go!Control Panel enables wireless communication between the home security system and alarm monitoring companies. The Go!Control panels are 6-inches high and 8.5-inches wide and are made of white plastic. The front of the control panel has a color touch screen display, a speaker and “emergency” and “home” buttons. A home security company name may also appear on the front of the panel. The recalled radio modules are a component used inside the Go!Control panels. A professional home security system installer can identify the recalled module. Consumers cannot identify the module safely.
February 8, 2011
Simplex Fire Alarm Control Panels Recalled by Tyco Safety Products Westminster Due to Failure to Alert Monitoring Centers
The recalled fire alarm panel is the Simplex 4100U-NXP panel configured for third party monitoring and running software revision 14.01. The words "Simplex," "4100U" and "Fire Control" appear on the fire alarm's front panel. The software revision number can be identified by pressing the "Menu" key on the panel keypad, selecting "Show Software Revision Level" and pressing "Enter."
January 21, 2010
Connector Kits Used with Sonitrol Access Control Modules Recalled; Failure Could Lead to Entrapment in an Emergency
The recalled pin connectors were distributed in installation kits (part number 8Z-40010751) for use with Sonitrol-brand ACCESS4-S and ACCESS4-SULC four-door access control modules. The recalled connectors include two-pin, eight-pin and 17-pin models, all of which have “EB560” imprinted on the end.
April 7, 2009
Honeywell International Recalls Vista Security System Control Panels Due to Failure of Panic Feature
This recall involves the following models of the “Vista Residential” series control panels: Vista-21iP, Vista-21iPSIA, FA168C-GP, 320P1, and GAV20P. Only panels with certain date codes are subject to the recall. The control panel is the main portion of the security system (not the keypad) typically located in an inconspicuous place in the home such as the basement, garage or closet.
April 9, 2008
Fire Alarm Control Panel Recalled By Gamewell FCI Due to Alert Failure
This recall involves Gamewell-FCI 7100 Series fire alarm control panels. The panels provide control, display and annunciation information. The series includes the following model numbers:
October 23, 2007
Home Automation Inc. Recalls Wireless Receivers Due to Failure to Receive Security Signal
This recall involves the 64 Zone Wireless Receivers with model 45A00-1 and revision number B1. The receiver is an accessory to the Home Automation Inc. Home Control System and is professionally installed. The model and revision numbers can be found on a label on the back of the unit.
September 6, 2007
Apex Security Systems with XICOR Memory Chip Recalled by Honeywell International; Could Fail to Warn of Fire, Intrusion
July 27, 2007
Gamewell-FCI Recalls to Upgrade Software Used with Fire Alarm System Control Panels
February 12, 2007
Atmel Corp. Recalls to Upgrade Software in Microcontrollers of Honeywell® Digital Cellular Communicators
January 31, 2007
Gamewell-FCI Recalls to Upgrade Software Used with Fire Alarm System Control Boards
The software upgrade involves Gamewell-FCI model ILI-MB-E3 and ILI-S-E3 loop control boards. These boards are components of the Gamewell-FCI E3 Series fire alarm system. They provide the signaling line circuits and display information for the system.