Python Responder HD SST Color Supercode Remote, Model 7941P
No effort has been spared by the Python development team to create the ultimate
color keychain remote control, operating Python's top-of-the-line, one-mile
range 2-Way vehicle security and remote start system. The result is Python Responder
HD, winner of the coveted CES 2009 Innovations Award.
Python has created a sophisticated and complex remote control that is more
intuitive than competing security products. It walks the new user through the
system operation on-screen while delivering tons of real-time information for
the power user. Python completely re-thought the manual layouts so users can
play with the remote, and if something unexpected occurs or attracts their interest,
they can easily find a quick and simple explanation with references to as much
detail as they want.
Built-in Info Center: the Responder HD status screen has an information
center built into it! The Info Center displays the remote start run-time remaining
before the engine shuts off, as well as the vehicle interior temperature, so
you know if it has warmed up or cooled off enough to make your drive comfortable.
It also displays the Countdown and Parking Meter timers when running, and the
Parking meter timer emits warnings at 15 minutes, 5 minutes and at expiration
so you can make sure to feed the meter. Also, you can stop, start or clear these
timers any time in the Status Screen using the Menu Wheel. These 4 bits of information
can be displayed in the Info Center by pressing the menu wheel while the Status
screen is active to toggle and show each one.
Two Car operation: when users decide to change to a paired 2nd vehicle,
Responder HD will automatically check the vehicle's availability, and if the
desired car is not available it will let you know. If the vehicle is available,
it will automatically update the information displayed on the status screen
so you know if it needs to be disarmed, or if the engine is running.
Security system Sensor Status in real-time: when arming with a security
zone active, Responder HD will receive a report that will identify by name the
active zone and display a special icon in the Status Screen. The report will
identify all zones that are active (up to 7) by name during the report output.
NEW FEATURE: For the first time, Responder HD reports any sensors that
have been bypassed by the Nuisance Prevention Circuitry (NPC™) feature when
arming and have a special Sensor Status icon that is displayed in the Status
Screen. Any time there is a change of status in the sensors (NPC or a bypassed
zone resets,) Responder HD will receive a message from the system and the All
Zones OK icon will be displayed.
Sensor Bypass: users can bypass sensors by selecting the level and sensors
they wish to bypass. Responder HD will identify the bypassed sensors on-screen
and by name so the user knows exactly the level of security they have chosen.
After bypassing sensors, the Sensor Status icon will be updated so the user
can easily see those sensors are bypassed each time the Status Screen is displayed.
Remote start Fault and Not Available reporting: if the user attempts
to operate a security or remote start feature that is not available, Responder
HD will identify the fault so it can be quickly resolved.
- One-mile range color remote, using 900 MHz Spread Spectrum Technology (SST)
- A brand new user interface, for the first time utilizing the patented Menu
- New custom Python animations, to confirm user commands and illustrate system
events, on a 128 x 128 pixel Organic Light Emitting Diode (OLED) high contrast
panel, with 262K and 65K full colors, and a wide 160° viewing angle, employing
an anti-glare polarizer for enhanced daylight visibility
- The OLED display panel on the Python Responder HD color remote is 20% larger
than previous LCD panels on a keychain remote