The new cordless phone operates on 2.4GHz and makes use of digital frequency hopping spread spectrum technology.

According to Panasonic, it will work with both new and existing ADT alarm systems. It also features caller ID, ITAD, and can be expanded to include three accessory handsets.

Panasonic expects to sell the new cordless system to a potential market of 6 million ADT alarm subscribers in the U.S. alone.

According to Forbes.com, the new Panasonic cordless phone offering is expected to encourage new security sales because it eliminates the need for a wall panel.

The new cordless phone will be sold exclusively through retail outlets and it’s though to be the first cordless in-home alarm connection.