2 SCW9057 Key Features/Benefits Base feature set replicated as the SCW9047All-in-one security solutionTwo-Way wireless supportTwo-Way Audio verification over GSMPremium lightingQuick enrollment for wireless devicesWireless carbon monoxide supportSCW9057 Key Features/BenefitsWhat is new on the SCW9057?
3 Wireless Support New 1 & 2 way wireless support! Up to Two Wireless Indoor/Outdoor SirensUp 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 devicesWireless carbon monoxide support.Wireless SupportNew 1 & 2 way wireless support!In between solution from Alexor wireless system and its predecessor the SCW9047.Note:In addition All 1-way 433MHz devices are supported
4 SCW9057 Key Features/Benefits Communications Supports onboard PSTN communicationsIP onlyOr3G and IP3G onlyOr3G and IPWhat type of Communicating path solution does it offer?3G onlyIP onlyAnd a combination of both.Support for PSTN communications across all platforms.Cellular antenna embedded therefore no need for an external antenna
5 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 detectedduring entry delay, a burglary event will be transmitted within 300ms over the 3G module to the CS.New features/benefitsPremium Blue backlighting LCD screenPriority Tamper
6 SCW9057 Key Features/Benefits Command and Control using two-way SMSMessages from a cell phone over 3G or IPRequires modules 3G2055 or TL2553G.Needs to be enabled through C24.Panel’s Phone number located in *  command.Example of SMS text to Panel:Stay Arm or Disarm 12341234 = Valid CodeCommand and ControlOutdoor Temperature using siren (WT4911)Will be displayed on keypads.Firmware upgrade via 3G.Audio verification over 3G.Clock update via 3G network.3G signal strength displayed on keypad.Additional FeaturesNew features/benefitsCommand and ControlAnd additional features
7 System OverviewSystem Overview and layout of the SCW9057
10 SCW9057 Terminals Overview I/O TerminalsI/O 1 - configurable as zone input or PGM output. Zone#33 when configured as a zone input. Max. 50mA when configured as a PGM output.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 output.0ACAC power connections16.5VAC, 20VATelephone ConnectionsTIP/RING - incoming telephone serviceT-1/R-1 - return telephone connection to premiseAUX +/-Power connections for 12vdc devices. Max. 200mA current draw
13 Wireless Information Wireless information SCW9057 requires 8 digits serial numbers for wireless devices enrollment:One-way wireless devices required 6 digits serial numbers adding 00 in front.Two-way wireless devices required 8 digits serial numbers.Wireless InformationWireless information6 & 8 wireless serial numbers
14 How to quick enroll wireless devices follow by a wireless placement test
15 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 method: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.Quick Enroll overview
16 Test Wireless Devices/Modules Step 1 – Activate each wireless device/detector one at a time from the proposed mounting locationWireless Keypad – [*] and  simultaneouslyWireless sirens (WT4901, WT4911) – activate tamperDoor/window contact – activate tamper or violate contactMotion detectors – activate tamperSmoke Detector – activate tamperGlass break Detector – activate tamperPanic Pendant – Press and hold button for 2-3 secondsCO Detector – activate tamperFlood Sensor – activate tamperStep 2 – The test result will be indicated:Good Result Bad ResultKeypad Display ‘Location is Good’ ‘Location is Bad’Siren 1 Squawk 3 SquawksPlacement Test Overview
18 Technology Overview 3G2055 Alarm Communicator TL255 Alarm Communicator Specifications:128-bit AES encryption via HSPA/3G networksActivating, initialization and programming through Connect24Primary or backup communicationsNo external antenna requiredFull event reporting to central stationHSPA/3G test transmission2-way audio verification over cellular networkIntegrated call routingPanel uploading/downloading over HSPA/3GDual band operationContact ID or SIA format reportingSupervision over cellular network3G2055 Alarm CommunicatorSpecifications:128-bit AES encryption via Ethernet/InternetPrimary or backup communicationsFull event reporting to central stationEthernet LAN/WAN 10/100 Base TEthernet/Internet test transmissionIntegrated call routingPanel uploading/downloading over Ethernet/InternetContact ID or SIA format reportingSupervision over Ethernet/InternetTL255 Alarm CommunicatorIP Technology OverviewSpecificationsNew featuresSupervision over 3G and TLINKContact ID or SIA reporting formatsDual Band
19 Audio Verification via Cellular Two – Way Audio verification via Cellular
20 Audio Verification via Cellular Overview:The SCW9057 supports the ability to perform an audio verification session over GSM when a 3G2055 or TL2553G module is connectedSummary of operation:An alarm is generated that requires audio verificationThe control panel will transmit the event over IP (GPRS Network) to the central station receiverA second signal is transmitted to the central station over IP (GPRS Network) containing the call back telephone numberThe central station will then call this telephone numberThe audio verification session is now active over the GSM networkTwo-way Audio Verification Overview
21 Audio Verification via Cellular Audio Verification Layout
22 Coming SoonDual DACT SupportWhat’s new to come?