IPGSM-DP: Internet and Digital Cellular Fire Alarm Communicator
Panel. Includes red cabinet with key, wall outlet box,
Dialer Capture Module, iGSM Communications Module,
antenna and mounting adapter, PowerBoost1 power supply,
LED display board, transformer, manual, and required screws,
When an event occurs, the Fire Alarm Control Panel goes off
hook to dial the central station. The IPGSM-DP Dialer Capture
Module detects the off-hook condition and provides the fire
panel with a dial tone. When the fire panel detects the dial
tone, it begins dialing the central station. The Dialer Capture
Module considers the three second period after dialing as the
number dialing has been completed. After the dialing is completed,
the Dialer Capture Module returns a handshake to the
fire panel. The fire panel then sends the contact ID reports to
the Dialer Capture Module, which in turn sends a kiss-off after
the report is successfully received from the fire panel. The
Dialer Capture Module sends the contact ID reports to the
iGSM communications module. When all the reports are sent,
the fire panel goes on-hook. The iGSM communications module
then transmits the messages to the central station either
over the GSM network or internet (primary).
Easy to Program
There are two ways to configure the IPGSM-DP communicator
1. Handheld programmer 7720P
2. Web-Based Programming - Allows complete interactive
programming from AlarmNet Direct.
The IPGSM-DP Communicator can be pre-programmed. Use
the 7720P programmer or the Web-Based Program to enter all
central-station information. This is saved to the IPGSM-DP
communicator panel memory. When the IPGSM-DP Communicator
is installed at the site and connected to the Internet/
Intranet, it registers itself with the AlarmNet receiver. This eliminates
the need for a PC at the remote site for programming.
For most installations, the only required parameters are:
• Primary City ID (two digits) obtained from your monitoring
• Primary Central Station ID (two digits) obtained from your
• Primary Subscriber ID (four digits) obtained from your monitoring
• Communication Module's MAC ID, and MAC CRC number
located on outside of box, and inside of the module.
All of these parameters are assigned by the monitoring station.
See IPGSM-DP Installation and Setup Guide for full details.
The IPGSM-DP communicator panel is compatible with fire
panels that use the Contact ID communications format as
described in the SIA DC-05 standard.
Honeywell's AlarmNet has been the nationwide leader in
alarm communications technology since 1986. A reliable alternative
for the transmission of alarm signals, our radio network
provides extensive coverage in the United States and Canada.
AlarmNet Network Control center processes signals from powerful
servers in multiple locations equipped with 24/7 infrastructure
support. The AlarmNet network consist of redundant
hardware servers, hot back-up databases and generators with
battery back-up at all locations to ensure continuity of service.
Signals from AlarmNet are transmitted to the central station's
receivers using multiple communications paths consisting of
the Internet, radio network or toll-free POTS service.
To meet UL864/NFPA, ensure the following:
• IPGSM-DP must be installed in accordance with NFPA
(National Fire Protection Association) standards 70 and 72.
• IPGSM-DP must be mounted in the same room and within
20 feet of the fire panel. The wiring must be routed through
• IPGSM-DP, and all equipment used for the IP connection
(such as the router, hub, modem, etc.) shall be listed, must
be powered from an un-switched branch circuit, and be provided
with appropriate standby power.
• IPGSM-DP must use the 7AH battery (not supplied) to provide
24-hour backup capability.
– Primary: 120 VAC, 60 Hz, 0.50 A.
– Secondary: 18VDC, 50 VA.
• Current Requirements:
– PowerBoost1 power supply: 90mA Standby, 90 mA
– iGSM Communications Module: 80mA Standby, 500mA
• Active (peak during transmission)
– Dialer Capture Module: 40mA Standby, 85mA Active
– LED Display board: 10mA Standby, 10mA Active
– TOTAL: 220mA Standby, 685mA Active
• Battery: One 12 V 7.0 AH lead-acid battery (not supplied).
(IPGSM-DP cabinet holds one 7.0 AH battery.)
Dimensions: 14.875" H x 12.75" W x 3.0" D (37.8 cm H x 32.4
cm W x 7.6 cm D)
Weight: 5.3 lbs. (6.94 kg)
Dimensions: 15.625" H x 13.79" W x 9.25" D (39.7 cm H x
34.9 cm W x 23.9 cm D)
Temperature and Humidity Ranges
This system meets NFPA requirements for operation at 0 –
49°C/32 – 120°F and at a relative humidity 93% ± 2% RH (non
condensing at 32°C ± 2°C (90°F ± 3°F). However, the useful
life of the system's standby batteries and the electronic components
may be adversely affected by extreme temperature
ranges and humidity. Therefore, it is recommended that this
system and its peripherals be installed in an environment with
a normal room temperature of 15 – 27°C/60 – 80°F.
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