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Sur-Gard System III Receiver
Eliminate PSTN phone lines Virtual receiver with ISDN circuit Auto-Switching redundancy AHS service, reduce On-Line time Supervised IP monitoring Save Money – Make Money Sur-Gard System III Receiver Course Content Introduction This course will focus on the following benefits of the System III
Traditional Central Station This is a preview of what a Traditional Central station looks like
Virtual Central Station A central station preview with a Virtual Receiver connection
Do you have a plan of action? Traditional Receivers UL/ULC Redundancy
Virtual Receiver UL/ULC Redundancy System III Dual CPM3 Dual PSU3 Dual PSC3 Dual DC/DC Virtual Line Cards
What is a Virtual Receiver ? Any incoming call can be answered by any line card No Hunt Groups Virtual function is in the System III Receiver Sur-Gard System III Virtual Receiver
Voice Channel for event info “D” Channel with ANI – DID/DNIS info How to Communicate to a System III Receiver Telephone Numbers are pointed to a PRI – Primary ISDN Service. Any Telephone number can be pointed to any available channel.
Voice Channel for event info “D” Channel with ANI – DID/DNIS info The PRI needs to be terminated and converted back to Analog Most common product used in N.A. is the Adtran Atlas 550 or Lucent (Avaya) PBX The System III is up to a 24 line receiver The PRI is 23 Voice channels How to Communicate to a System III Receiver
International Market with ISDN-30 Orion Telecom Networks ISDN-30 channel bank The System III is up to a 24 line receiver The ISDN-30 has 29 voice channels Voice Channel for event info “D” Channel with ANI – DID/DNIS info How to Communicate to a System III Receiver (International Market)
Any incoming call can be answered by any line card. All line cards know the telephone number the panel is calling to. All line cards work as one giant “line pool” “D” channel on the PRI Where the panel is calling to DNIS/DID Where the panel is calling from ANI System III Receiver Analog Connections
If any call can go to any line cards then all line cards must have the ability to receive any format ! Over 100 formats SIA 1, 2, 3, 8, 20, Contact ID, Pulse, Modem II, IIe, IIIA Squared, ITI, Silent Knight FSK1, FSK2, Sescoa Super Speed, DMP, Westec and many more! System III can receive the formats, it is not interactive, ITI, DMP. How Many Communication Formats Are There?
ANI: DNIS: The “D” channel on the PRI-ISDN provides two features… 1.DNIS/DID. This is the identifier of the telephone number the panel will call to.. 2.ANI. This looks the same as Caller ID and is where the panel is calling from.. DNIS. Where the panel is calling too ANI. Where the panel is calling from The Virtual Receiver Concept
Skill Check A PRI can only have 23 telephone numbers pointing to it (T / F) Does using PRI/T1 eliminate the need for PSTN Lines (T / F) All the existing telephone numbers including roll-over numbers need to be pointed to the PRI - ISDN30 (T / F) The DNIS number is the originating number (T / F) Please answer using True (T) or False (F)
DSC is the only security industry manufacturer with an Auto-Switching redundant receiver. Traditional Receivers will require “Buy One Receiver – Buy Two” Duplication of Receivers ! Switching accounts from receiver 1 to receiver 2 Sur-Gard System III Receiver What is Auto-Switching UL/ULC Redundancy ?
Automatic Switching from Primary to “hot” Secondary Hardware Dual CPM3 Receivers Dual PSU3 Power Supplies Virtual Line Cards Automatic Back-up output to Automation Software Sur-Gard System III Receiver Benefits of Integrated Redundancy
Sur-Gard System III Receiver Benefits of Integrated Redundancy Save Time Save Resources Save Money No need to duplicate Line Cards
Skill Check I only need one System III base unit for UL/ULC redundancy (T / F) Do I need the System III EXP unit for redundancy (T / F) Do I turn off the System III to change a bad component (T / F) Is the System III hot swappable? (T / F) Please answer using True (T) or False (F)
So a Virtual Receiver is.. Sur-Gard System III Receiver Any incoming call can be answered by any line card What is AHS ?
What is AHS ? Automatic Handshake Selection Patented service created by Sur-Gard Sur-Gard System III Receiver
ANI: DNIS: The “D” channel on the PRI-ISDN provides ANI… This looks the same as Caller ID and is where the panel is calling from.. The Virtual Receiver
ANI: First Time the Panel Calls to the System III ANI. Where the panel is calling from Handshake order 2300Hz 1400 Hz Dual-Tone SIA ITI Modem IIIA2 The AHS Receiver
Which Handshake does the Control Panel need? HS #1= 1 second2300 Hz Wait= 4 second HS #2= 1 second1400 Hz Wait= 4 second HS #3= 1 second Hz Wait= 4 second HS #4= 1 secondSIA – “YES” 9 seconds of on-line time before the panel received the handshake it required. How about Radionics, ITI or Handshake #5-#6 The AHS Receiver
With the patented AHS service there is an average on-line saving of 4 seconds 20,000 accounts with 12 signals per month = 240,000 signals 4 second saving per signal = 240,000 x 4 = 960,000 seconds 960,000 seconds = 16,000 minutes or 266 hours per month 266 hours per month saving off the phone bill !! The AHS Receiver How do You Save Money $ ? Eliminate individual phone lines with one PRI Cancel all existing roll-over lines and numbers Only keep the telephone numbers in the panels
Station A Station B = = = = 5411 = DNIS or DID numbers In the case of a disaster the phone numbers can be pointed to another PRI going to another location. The DNIS/DID identifies where it was calling to.. What Is Disaster Recovery?
Skill Check Does the System III receive Caller ID?(T / F) The AHS feature is used for programming the receiver (T / F) Please answer using True (T) or False (F)
24 lines = 60,000 – 70,000 account Dynamics of a System lll
Increased Revenue Increased Quality of Service Sur-Gard System III Receiver What is Internet Monitoring?
Benefits of Internet Monitoring? Supervised Monitoring Encrypted Monitoring High Speed Monitoring IP Monitoring is providing an expanded service with $$$ value to clients who have broadband Sur-Gard System III Receiver No Long Distance Cost No Distance Limitation UL AA Burg & Fire Monitoring ULC level Monitoring
32-million North American households have broadband access 92% of all businesses have network connections PSTN service will soon disappear Freedom to use Intranet/ Internet world Prepare for VoIP impact Internet Monitoring Statistics
TL250 IP Communicator System III with DRL3-IP line cards Power 864 Maxsys PC4020 Sur-Gard System III with IP Connection
TL300 Universal IP Communicator System III with DRL3-IP line cards Contact ID output Any Control Panel which communicates using Contact ID Sur-Gard System III with IP Connection
System III with DRL3-IP line cards TL250D Sur-Gard DVACS Components DV1660 LCD DV1660 LED DV4420 DVCOM DV4T DVT1 DSC DVACS Components 5400 DV 4400 DV DVT1 ULC Level 3 Sur-Gard System III with IP Connection TL250D IP Communicator (Canadian Market Only)
Eliminate PSTN phone lines Virtual receiver with ISDN circuit AHS service, reduce On-Line time Auto-Switching redundancy Supervised IP monitoring Save Money – Make Money Sur-Gard System III Receiver Conclusion
Skill Check The DRL3-IP line card must go into the last line card slot ? (T / F) The TL250 must have supervised communication (T / F) The dealer can use the same encryption key for all their TL250/TL300 module (T / F) Please answer using True (T) or False (F)
SG-SIII BASE…System III Basic Pack comprising of; 1.MLRF3 2.CPM3 3.DC/DC3 4.PSU3 5.PSC3 SG-SIII EXP…System III Expansion Pack comprising of; 1.MLRF3 2.DC/DC3 3.PSU3 4.PSC3 SG-SIII REDUN (Requires SIII EXP)…System III Redundancy Pack comprising of; 1.CPM3 2.2x DC/DC3 3.SIII-INT SG-DRL3…Virtual Line Card SG-DRL3-IP…Network Line Card SG-BP3X…Centronics to RJ11 ….. Required for connection from channel bank. Sur-Gard System III Receiver Ordering Information
To Recap How many outputs does the System III have to automation software? (2 / 4 / 6 / 8) Is the System III UL/ULC approved? (T / F) The System III output to the automation software is RS232 ? (T / F) Will I need to select specific handshakes to specific line cards ? (T / F) Can I connect the TL250 to the 5010 panel ? (T / F) Can the TL250/TL300 have a dynamic IP address ? (T / F) Can the TL250/TL300 have a static IP address ? (T / F) I can have 512 x TL250/TL300 per IP line card ? (T / F) How many inputs are on the TL250 ? (2 / 4 / 6 / 8 / 10 / 12) Please answer using True (T) or False (F) Circle the correct answer from several choices Or