CELLULAR ALARM TRANSMITTER
Relying on a standard telephone line for vital security communications is risky business. Dial-tone can be inhibited by many common forces such as weather, equipment failures or intentional disabling. That is why DSC suggests that security providers use the facilities of the nationwide cellular networks for their installations by adding the power of the LINKS 1000.
Fully compatible with most DSC Security Systems including:
Self monitoring of:
Local cellular telephone network
LONG RANGE RADIO ALARM TRANSMITTER
Even the most professionally installed security system will not be able to bring emergency assistance if the switched telephone line connecting the remote monitoring station fails or is intentionally cut. The LINKS 2150 can operate as a back-up transmitter to instantly communicate an emergency signal separately from the dial-up telephone network should the line ever fail .
The LINKS 2150 can also operate as the main transmitter when a dial-up telephone network is not available to service the security system. Whether back-up or stand alone, LINKS 2150 will provide enhanced security for a lower cost than dedicated telephone line transmission systems
Compatible with SAFE LINK radio network service.
The LINKS 2150 is fully compatible with all DSC controls. We offer a serial interface with full reporting for the PC2525, PC2550 and the PC3000. For all DSC controls we offer interfacing using the PC16OUT data format. And for all control panels, including DSC, we offer 8 universal inputs that trigger on either positive or negative voltage. Zone information for serial data is held in the control panel. Zone information for PC16OUT and 8 Zone universal mode is held in the LINKS 2150. Programming of zone and code information is done via the DSC 2550RK keypad.
Operating Voltage: 11.5Vdc to 14Vdc
the DLS-3 or the DSC SA (System Administrator) software to communicate
to the T-Link module, the Reporter IP software or a DRL-IP line card must be
on the same network.
GSM Alarm Communicator 3060
GSM for any control panel able to communicate in Contact ID
The GS3060 connects the alarm control panel to the GSM network and reports alarm signals directly to a monitoring station receiver (Sur-Gard™ System II/System III). The GS3060 uses the GPRS data channel of the GSM network to ensure low-cost, high-speed and reliable alarm communications and is compatible with control panels that communicate using the Contact ID format.
GSM Universal Wireless Commercial Fire Alarm Communicator GS3055-ICF
Wireless Communicator GS2060
GSM for PC1864/1832/1616 control panel
Wireless Communicator GS2065
GSM for Alexor wireless control panel
Internet and GSM/GPRS Dual-path Alarm Communicator TL260GS
Internet + GSM for PC1864/1832/1616 control panel
Internet and GSM/GPRS Dual-path Alarm Communicator TL265GS
Internet + GSM for Alexor wireless control panel
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