Interlogix Recalls Personal Panic Devices Due to Failure to Operate

it may not communicate with the security system in an emergency

Interlogix Recalls Personal Panic Devices Due to Failure to Operate
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October 4, 2016

Interlogix is recalling approximately 67,000 of its wireless personal panic devices.

The devices can fail to operate, which could result in the device not communicating with the security system if activated in the event of an emergency.

The product is a wrist band or necklace panic button, used to activate a security control panel within range in the event of a personal emergency or injury.

These devices were sold as an accessory with professionally installed home security systems.


They were sold in black and white and include model and UPC numbers: TX-4200-01-1(white; UPC 7-82136-72342-7) and TX-4200-01-2(black; UPC 7-82136-72343-4).

The model number is printed on the underside of the device. Both the model number and the UPC number are printed on the packaging.

No injuries have been reported, to date.

Consumers should immediately contact their professional security system installer or monitoring company for a free inspection of their personal panic device and a free replacement device for those that fail inspection.

For more information regarding this recall, consumer can contact Interlogix at (800) 394-4988.