Control Panel Compatibility – Flexible
modes of operation allow ECP alarm reporting
by Honeywell control panels, 4204 relay mode
for Honeywell controls (that do not support
ECP alarm reporting) and zone triggering for
use with other control panels.
Input Zones – Each
zone can be configured for +V, -V, or EOLR
triggering. Each zone can
be programmed for inverted operation, delayed
reporting and restoral reporting. Zone 1
can distinguish between pulsed and steady inputs.
Contact ID or ADEMCO High-Speed Reporting – ECP
mode with compatible Honeywell control panels
support full Contact ID reporting. All other
modes use ADEMCO High-Speed reporting format.
Protected Enclosure – Built-in
tamper sends a report when a tamper condition
is detected and a restore when cleared.
Power Supply – On board charging
circuit design accommodates back-up battery.
Includes primary power and battery supervision.
Battery – 6V 3.1Ah supplied
to deliver up to 24 hours of standby operation.
AES Encryption – Advanced encryption
standard used for secure communications.
Technology – Uses GPRS (General
Packet Radio Service) as primary digital cellular
path and automatically switches to SMS (Short
Message Service) if GPRS is unavailable.
Upload/Download – With
select Honeywell control panels using GPRS.
version 220.127.116.11a or higher.
Signaling with Certain Honeywell Control
Panels – Provides
management of control panel dialer and digital
Programmable priority and delays determine
LEDs – Provide
signal strength and status indications.
QOS – Quality
of Service diagnostics via AlarmNet supply
vital information including
when message was received, battery voltage,
input voltage, signal strength and message
Programming – Allows
complete interactive programming from AlarmNet
Supervision – Use of any
message generated as supervision message per
optional 24 hour or 30 day intervals. This
feature effectively limits required messages
to be sent.