DSC IMPASSA & IP Road Show r001

Report
DSC in Florida
& Puerto Rico
Jaime Echeverri
Territory Sales Manager
(S. Florida)
Mark Buckley
Technical Sales Trainer
Gerardo Murillo
Territory Sales Manager
(N.Florida)
Tyco International
Focus: Vital Products and Services
100K+ employees, 60 Countries
Tyco Security Solutions
Focus: Industry Leading Security Products, Services and Solutions
64K+ employees
Access Control
Video
Intrusion
Vision
Be the best provider of
electronic security products
and solutions worldwide.
Mission
Deliver innovative products,
solutions and services
that are our customers'
preferred choice.
Beliefs
Customer Focus
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Quality
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Creativity
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Integrity
People Development, Diversity & Inclusion, Boundary less Teamwork, Courage & Curiosity, Continuous Improvement
AGENDA
Trends & Technologies
POTS & Alternate Communications
DSC IP & GSM Products
NEW IMPASSA - SCW9057
Today’s Communication Options
Traditional
POTS
VOIP
including
MFVN
GPRS,
EDGE &
UMTS
Communications Trends 2008 - 2012
Wireless Households
1 in 7 are
Wireless
Only
Age Trend
Example
At Age 38, Number
of Wireless Only
Households
Quadrupled in
five years
Change In The PSTN
The life span of a Central Office Switch is 30
years.
Cellular Technologies
Used for Primary and Backup Communications.
Drop in solution for landline replacement.
Average age of Central Office Switch is 20
years.
Now available as an option to virtually all
monitoring scenarios.
No replacement parts available.
Soft switch overlays being implemented today.
Soft switch’s are more efficient.
- Residential
- Commercial
- Fire (Sole Path & Backup per UL 864)
- Event Monitoring
PSTN vs. GPRS/IP
What technology should you go for?
Phone lines are NOT supervised
GPRS & IP Communicators are at a minimum rate of 10 seconds.
Phone communication is 20 - 30 seconds
GPRS & IP are two seconds MAX!
Phone line is without encryption
GPRS & T-Link modules are
Panel download over phone line is 20-25 minutes
GPRS & IP take approx. 1 - 4 minutes
DSC GPRS or IP Modules
will communicate directly to a monitoring Central Station
No Clearance house
DSC SIA DC 10 IP Protocol has been already implemented by ELK , Alarm.com
Sur-Gard receivers can receive thousands of simultaneous IP signals without drops.
DSC IP/GPRS Technology
DSC IP/GPRS Technology
All these Modules Are:
Used for Supervised communicating paths.
Used for Primary and Backup Communications.
Used for Remote panel programming using DLS.
Drop in solution for landline replacement.
Now available as an option to virtually all monitoring
scenarios.
- Residential
- Commercial
- Fire (Sole Path & Backup per UL 864)
- Event Monitoring
GSM IP Universal Communicators
TL300
GS3060
TL300-CF
Panel Specific IP Communicator
Power Series
Alexor
Impassa
GS2065
GS2060
TL260
3G2055
TL255
TL265
TL260GS
TL150 *
TL265GS
GS3055-ICF Communications Flow Chart
TL250/300
Internet
TL150
PC5010 V2.0
þ
PC5020 V3.2+
þ
TL300
TL255
TL260*
TL265*
TL2553G
þ
þ
þ
PC4020 V3.31+
PC1616/1832/1864 V4.1+
TL250
þ
þ
þ
SCW9047
þ
(Alexor) PC9155
(IMPASSA) SCW9057
SIA Format
þ
þ
þ
CID Format
Keybus Connect
þ
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PC-Link Connect
þ
Zone Inputs
þ
DLS2002 ó IP
þ
DLS IV ó IP/SMS
þ
TLink Console
þ
Connect 24
þ
þ
þ
þ
GS3055-ICF Overview
The GS3055-ICF CF is:
1. A universal wireless alarm communicator that can be used as
a backup or sole communicator
2. A device which connects the alarm control panel to the GSM
network and reports alarm signals directly to a monitoring
central station receiver (Sur-Gard System III with a DRL3-IP
line card or System II or System I)
3. A digital transmitter which provides full reporting from any
control panel that communicates using Contact ID format
GS3055-ICF Overview
The GS3055-ICF Listings
UL864
UOXX_S4019 - Control Unit Accessories, System
CSFM pursuant to Section 13144.1
Listing Number 7300-1273:134
NFPA72 2010 Edition
GS3055-ICF Overview
The GS3055-ICF Listings
The GS3055-ICF is compliant with the latest requirements for
Communications Methods as per UL864 and NFPA72 2010
Edition. It can be used in Fire Monitoring applications as a single
communications technology, in which case any failure of the
communications path shall be annunciated at the supervising
station within 5 minutes of the failure, or it can be used as part
of a multiple communications technologies (for example in
conjunction with a DACT). When used as a back-up provision
shall be made to monitor the integrity of each communication
path and failure of any communications path shall be
annunciated at the supervising station and at the protected
premises within not more than 24 hours of the failure.
The GS3055-ICF has also been approved by the California State
Fire Marshal (CSFM) pursuant to Section 13144.1 of the
California Health and Safety Code.
GS3055-ICF Features
Features:
• When used as a sole communicator the GS3055-ICF will use
the 4 MB rate plan available from Connect 24. (please contact
Connect 24 for Pricing)
• Compatible with any control panel capable of communicating
using the Contact ID format
• Simulates telephone line
• Uses GPRS data channel for high-speed, reliable, and low cost
communications to an IP receiver
• 4 on-board inputs
• 4 on-board outputs (open collector)
• Compatible with Sur-Gard System I, System II or System III
monitoring station receivers (Either may be used as sole and/or
Backup)
• UL 864, NFPA 2010 and CSFM listed
GS3055-ICF Specifications
Specifications:
Power Supply Ratings
Input Voltage
Battery
Charging current
120V/60Hz/0.3A
12V/7Ah
700mA(max)
Current Consumption
Standby Current
Transmitting Current
PGM Outputs
120mA
450mA
4 Open Collector, 50mA
Operating Frequency
Antenna Gain
Operating Temperature
Internal Event Buffer
850/1900Mhz
1.5dB
0ºC to 49ºC (32ºF to 120ºF)
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