SCW9057 Key
Base feature set replicated as the SCW9047
All-in-one security solution
Two-Way wireless support
Two-Way Audio verification over GSM
Premium lighting
Quick enrollment for wireless devices
Wireless carbon monoxide support
Wireless Support
Up to Two Wireless Indoor/Outdoor Sirens
Up to 16 WT4989 Key fobs (without using zones)
WT5500P, WT5500B (Premium lighting),
WT5500 Keypads compatibility.
PT4 proximity access card compatibility.
WT4920 Support for superb wireless coverage.
Quick enrollment for wireless devices
Wireless carbon monoxide support.
In addition All 1-way 433MHz devices are supported
SCW9057 Key Features/Benefits
Supports onboard PSTN communications
IP only
3G and IP
3G only
3G and IP
Cellular antenna embedded therefore no need for an external antenna
SCW9057 Key Features/Benefits
Premium Lighting & Priority Tamper (3G or TL2553G Only)
Full alphanumeric LCD screen with blue backlighting and White key backlighting.
Priority Tamper feature designed to prevent the system from being disabled during entry delay.
When entry delay is initiated, the system will monitor to a system tamper. If a system tamper is detected
during entry delay, a burglary event will be transmitted within 300ms over the 3G module to the CS.
SCW9057 Key Features/Benefits
Command and Control
Additional Features
Command and Control using two-way SMS
Messages from a cell phone over 3G or IP
Outdoor Temperature using siren (WT4911)
Will be displayed on keypads.
Requires modules 3G2055 or TL2553G.
Firmware upgrade via 3G.
Needs to be enabled through C24.
Audio verification over 3G.
Panel’s Phone number located in * [6]
Clock update via 3G network.
3G signal strength displayed on keypad.
Example of SMS text to Panel:
Stay Arm 1234 or Disarm 1234
1234 = Valid Code
System Overview
SCW9057 (Front)
Status LED Indicators
1 – Ready
2 – Armed
3 – Trouble
4 – AC Status
Function Keys
5 – Stay Arm
6 – Away Arm
7 – Chime Enable/Disable
8 – Zone Bypass
9 – Quick Exit
Emergency Keys (Dual Action)
10 – Panic
11 – Auxiliary
12 – Fire
13 – Arrow Keys
14 – Custom LCD Screen
SCW9057 (Inside Cover)
1 – TL/3G Module
2 – Wiring Access
3 – Case Tamper Switch
4 – Terminal Strip
5 – Cover Screw Hole
6 – Backup Battery
7 – Mounting Hole
SCW9057 Terminals Overview
AC power connections
16.5VAC, 20VA
AUX +/Power connections for
12vdc devices. Max.
200mA current draw
I/O Terminals
I/O 1 - configurable as
zone input or PGM
output. Zone#33 when
configured as a zone
input. Max. 50mA when
configured as a PGM
I/O 2 - configurable as
zone input or PGM
output. Zone#34 when
configured as a zone
input. Max. 50mA when
configured as a PGM
Telephone Connections
TIP/RING - incoming
telephone service
T-1/R-1 - return
telephone connection to
SCW9057 (PC-LINK Connection)
Wireless Quick Enroll Programming
Wireless Information
SCW9057 requires 8 digits serial
numbers for wireless devices
One-way wireless devices required 6
digits serial numbers adding 00 in
Two-way wireless devices required 8
digits serial numbers.
Quick Enroll:
The Quick Enroll programming method is designed to reduce the time
required to program wireless devices/detectors.
The following information is programmable when using the Quick Enroll
Serial Numbers - NO need for programming serial numbers manually.
Therefore preventing programming errors.
• Zone Number (detectors)
• Zone Definitions (detectors)
• Slot Number (Keypads, Sirens, FOBs)
• Wireless Placement test.
Test Wireless Devices/Modules
Step 1 – Activate each wireless device/detector one at a time from the proposed
mounting location
Wireless Keypad – [*] and [1] simultaneously
Wireless sirens (WT4901, WT4911) – activate tamper
Door/window contact – activate tamper or violate contact
Motion detectors – activate tamper
Smoke Detector – activate tamper
Glass break Detector – activate tamper
Panic Pendant – Press and hold button for 2-3 seconds
CO Detector – activate tamper
Flood Sensor – activate tamper
Step 2 – The test result will be indicated:
Keypad Display
Good Result
‘Location is Good’
1 Squawk
Bad Result
‘Location is Bad’
3 Squawks
Technology Overview
3G2055 Alarm Communicator
•128-bit AES encryption via HSPA/3G
•Activating, initialization and programming
through Connect24
•Primary or backup communications
•No external antenna required
•Full event reporting to central station
•HSPA/3G test transmission
•2-way audio verification over cellular network
•Integrated call routing
•Panel uploading/downloading over HSPA/3G
•Dual band operation
•Contact ID or SIA format reporting
•Supervision over cellular network
TL255 Alarm Communicator
•128-bit AES encryption via
•Primary or backup communications
•Full event reporting to central station
•Ethernet LAN/WAN 10/100 Base T
•Ethernet/Internet test transmission
•Integrated call routing
•Panel uploading/downloading over
•Contact ID or SIA format reporting
•Supervision over Ethernet/Internet
Audio Verification via Cellular
Audio Verification via Cellular
The SCW9057 supports the ability to perform an audio verification session over GSM when a
3G2055 or TL2553G module is connected
Summary of operation:
• An alarm is generated that requires audio verification
• The control panel will transmit the event over IP (GPRS Network) to the central station receiver
• A second signal is transmitted to the central station over IP (GPRS Network) containing the call
back telephone number
• The central station will then call this telephone number
• The audio verification session is now active over the GSM network
Audio Verification via Cellular
Coming Soon
Dual DACT Support

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