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Welcome to the Radionet Monitoring Secure-Com Presentation
This GPRS transmitter is compatible with all leading control panels and will interface to them either via their DTMF or serial port, or both. It contains a built in 433 receiver (Optional) enabling the user to send a panic or medical signal from a remote hand held short range transmitter. Secure-Com
LED 1 (Green) Off – The TXC has not yet initialised or registered on the GSM network. Flashing slowly – The TXC is in standby. Flashing fast – The TXC is busy sending a message or an alarm via SMS or GPRS. LED 2 (Red) Off – The TXC has been initialised successfully. Flashing fast – The TXC is busy with initialisation resetting, registering or re-registering on the GSM network. LED 3 (Yellow) On – The GSM module is switched on but not currently registered on any GSM network. Off – The GSM module is switched off. Flashing slowly – the module is registered on the network.
The Secure-Com can be programmed to send a GPRS poll at specific intervals ranging from 1 to minutes (1 minute to days). Tri Band GPRS Engine 5 Server addresss, Port numbers, and APNs for total redundancy. Fall back to SMS coding (If software supported) for additional redundancy. Advanced network detection with service provider synchronisation. Can be rebooted with a TXT message. Capable of learning or erasing 200 pendant remotes.
Remote firmware upgrades. Remote feature programming. Compatible with Paradox panels for serial connection. Polls the serial connection of Paradox and reports error. Sends power up signal with signal strength to monitoring centre. Programmable input telephone number. Telephone number over ride. Offers Triple path monitoring.
Supports 10 individual SMS mobile numbers Low battery voltage can be programmed. Dialler or Serial account number lock out. Three Options. All inputs and features can be customised. Event, Partition, Zone. Customised templates per company. Outputs can be controlled by SMS. Can report via Serial/Dialler GPRS and sms simultaneously.
How conventional Landline Alarm monitoring works Points to Remember 1.The standard communication method used by Alarm Systems is via Telephone lines. 2.The Alarm system checks in with your Monitoring company once every 24 – 60 Hours. 3.The Monitoring company does not test your Alarm system, they monitor it. 4.The Monitoring company relies on the Alarm system to report to them, they do not report to the alarm system.
How conventional Landline Alarm monitoring works Process used by the Alarm System 1.Alarm system information is sent to the monitoring centre using the telephone lines. 2.The Alarm system dials the monitoring centre number and supplies the information. 3.The information can be Burglary, panic etc, and the monitoring centre will respond. 4.A routine signal is also sent to the monitoring centre every 24 – 60 hourly (Landline). 5.If the monitoring centre receives the routine signal they date and time stamp it. 6.This is recorded in their Monitoring software. 7.If the routine signal is once every 24 hours, they will expect to receive it again in 24hrs. 8.If the signal is not received again in 24 hrs the monitoring centre will respond.
How conventional Landline Alarm monitoring works The Alarm System and the telephone use the same telephone cable. Both cannot work at the same time on the telephone line. Remember Landline and IP monitoring use the same Copper wires
How conventional Landline Alarm monitoring works The Alarm System and the telephone use the same telephone cable. Both cannot work at the same time on the telephone line. If the telephone line is cut, the phone and the Alarm System cannot communicate with the Monitoring Centre. Remember Landline and IP monitoring use the same Copper wires
How Internet IP Alarm monitoring works The Alarm System and the telephone use the same telephone cable. Both cannot work at the same time on the telephone line. If the telephone line is cut, the phone and the Alarm System cannot communicate with the Monitoring Centre. Remember Landline and IP monitoring use the same Copper wires
Why not to use a phone line Points of Concern 1.Remember the standard communication method used by Alarm Systems is via Telephone lines. This applies to both Landline and IP monitoring. 2.If the alarm system sends the routine signal the moment you are reading this, and 5 minutes later your telephone line is cut or becomes faulty: 3.Your monitoring centre will only be aware of this at the next timer test failure. 4.Conclusion: The system relies on exposed wiring, is vulnerable to intruders, and is not very secure. 5.Monitoring relies on positive professional action to an alarm. Time is of vital importance. It is better to act on a definitive alarm than act on a delayed timer test failure.
Benefits of using Secure-Com 1.The communication method is TOTALLY WIRELESS. 2.No telephone lines are required, so savings on Telephone line rentals are received. 3.The communication to your Monitoring Centre CANNOT be interrupted by intruders. 4.The communication method is EXTREMELY fast, and takes a matter of seconds.. 5.All communication is conducted through a totally secure VPN Private Network. 6.Communication will still occur in Power outages. 7.The Technology is compatible with ALL brands and models of Alarm Systems. 8.Will not interfere with Broadband like landline monitoring. 9.Latest cutting edge technology.
How the Wireless Alarm Monitoring Solution Works No wires to cut or tamper with.
Multiple Simultaneous Connections Secure-Com
Backup Server redundancy Secure-Com
Conclusion Affordable, secure Alarm Monitoring without the HIGH risk.