Intrusion panels are hard to identify, are not always clearly labeled, and often look like other printed circuit boards unless you spot telling characteristics. Compounding the difficulty, panel stickers and labels often fade or get lost, enclosures get filthy or rusty, and sometimes general physical appearance is the best clue you have.
For example, do you know which commonly installed intrusion panel is shown below, based only on sight?
Inside we detail which one!
In this quiz, see if you can correctly identify each of these major intrusion brand panel or accessory boards. If you don't get all of them correct, we'll show you what to look for in the future so a glance tells you everything.
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Want to learn more about these systems? IPVM is expanding our test coverage to include the intrusion systems in this quiz and several more. Catch our completed test reports below on many of these systems, and look for us to add more in the weeks ahead:
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