Rhino 816 – Security Alarm Panel


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The Rhino 816 is your complete alarm panel solution. It comes standard with an on-board GSM communicator so you don’t need to purchase a communicator separately.



  • 16 Zones wireless or 8 Zones wired, expandable to 16 zones wired
  • 4 programmable wired outputs
  • Up to 16 wireless outputs can be programmed
  • On-board wireless transceiver
  • 750 event log
  • Advanced system diagnostics
  • MiRhino app


Why Rhino 816?

  • Total alarm panel solution: the Rhino 816 has an on-board GSM communicator saving you money and the unnecessary hassle of purchasing one separately.
  • Immediate feedback on commands: the bi-directional functionality of the panel and remote control means that you will receive visual (by means of an LED light) and audible (by means of a tone) feedback on the remote control indicating whether the signal reached the receiver or not.
  • Greater protection of signals: all our wireless device signals are transmitted on a radio frequency that is not used by others. This means that these signals are more resistant to jamming and interference.
  • Easy and quick installation: Rhino kits contain out-the-box pre-programmed and pre-configured zone inputs. Simply mount detectors. Additional detectors are learned into the system in seconds.
  • Mobile Control: the MiRhino app allows you to have full control over your alarm panel wherever you are.
  • Installation flexibility: Wired and wireless options seamlessly integrate with one another to suit your specific needs.
  • Radio polling technology: the Rhino 816 alarm panel monitors all wireless devices by receiving a periodic test signal from each device. If a test signal is not received within the programmed time frame it will send a “loss of supervision” event to the control room.
  • Automatic time and date reset: the panel updates its date and time from the FSK server and is always accurate. This feature is extremely important for the accuracy of event logs.