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On-Q / Legrand 364473-02 A-BUS Amplified Control Keypad (Almond) DISCONTINUED REPLACED BY F7394LA On-Q / Legrand 364473-03 A-BUS Amplified Control keypad (Ivory)
Amplified keypad features up/down volume touch buttons with integrated IR control support. Auto volume turn-on preset function prevents initial volume from being too loud. Status light indicates whether source equipment is on/off. Fits with decorator-style face plates. *Faceplate sold separately.

(Formerly OnQ Technologies)

Amplified keypad features up/down volume touch buttons with integrated IR control support. Auto volume turn-on preset function prevents initial volume from being too loud. Status light indicates whether source equipment is on/off. Fits with decorator-style face plates. *Faceplate sold separately.

(Formerly OnQ Technologies)

FireLite 2UD: Optional modem daughter board FireLite ALMSC-119 Serial programming cable
FIRE-LITE FL-2UD A UPLOAD DOWNLOAD DAUGHTER BOARD

2UD: Optional modem daughter board for upgrading an IPDACT-2 to an IPDACT-2UD.

ALMSC119 Serial programming cable REPLACES FL-ALMSC120
FireLite IPDACT-2 Advanced IP Fire Communicator FireLite IPDACT-2UD Advanced IP Fire Communicator with upload/download capability (2UD modem daughter board)
IPDACT2 Advanced IP Fire Communicator

IPDACT-2: IP communicator. Includes configuration software, manuals, and prepared 30" telephone cable for connection to panel's DACT telco ports.

The FireWatch models IPDACT-2 and IPDACT-2UD are new communicators based on the original IPDACT optional digital alarm communications module from FireLite. The new IPDACT-2 duplicates the previous function found in the original IPDACT but adds two supervised inputs, two additional outputs, an improved terminal strip and the addition of several legacy panels to the compatibility list. The IPDACT-2UD version adds a modem daughter board (2UD) that supports upload/download over the Internet or a customer's Intranet.

The new FireWatch IPDACT-2 and IPDACT-2UD are new communicators based on the original IPDACT optional digital alarm communications module from FireLite. The new IPDACT-2 duplicate the previous function found in the original IPDACT but adds two supervised inputs, two additional out- puts, an improved terminal strip and the addition of several legacy panels to the compatibility list. The IPDACT-2UD ver- sion 6.0 adds a modem daughter board (2UD) that supports upload/download over the Internet or a customer's Intranet. While it is not a DACT, nor is it listed as a DACT, both models connect to the primary and secondary communication ports of the panel's DACT, turning the analog signals into digital signals at the panel for transmission to a compatible Teldat Visor- ALARM PLUS IP receiver at a central station. The panel oper- ates normally during an alarm, supervisory or trouble event and sends contact-ID formatted analog information out of the telephone ports to the IP communicator. The IP communicator then reformats the data into highly encrypted Ethernet UDP packets for transmission to a compatible receiver at the central station. This new listing only requires an IP connection. No backup analog phone line is necessary however; customers can still use a traditional backup phone line from the panel's second phone port if desired.

Designed to work with Contact ID DACT-equipped panels from FireLite, the IP Communicators allow for faster and more eco- nomic digital alarm transmissions, improving response times and decreasing costs found with traditional analog systems.

They offer value-added features such as supervised line func- tionality, which allows a central station to detect any off-line alarm panels within seconds. On the central station side, a compatible VisorALARM Plus IP receiver from the Teldat Corporation emulates popular receiver formats and allows seamless integration into existing conventional central station architectures.

The benefit to this type of signaling is that it is always on, thereby increasing the security and supervision of the central station connection from once every 24 hours for a supervisory test signal to once every 90 seconds.

The IPDACT-2UD model allows a programmer to upload & download data between the user's PC and a supported fire alarm panel. The panel &PC can be anywhere on world wide web, or within a corporate intranet.

The users computer runs a program called UDPORT.exe to capture the modem signals from FireLite's PK-PLUS or the newer PS-TOOLS panel programming software. In UDPORT.exe the user enters the main IP address of the Visor- ALARM receiver, the UDP port to use, username, and pass- word. Instead of using the PCs modem, this process allows communication to happen between the IPDACT-2UDs modem at the panel and the panels own modem. The benefit is that while speed is still limited to the baud rate of the panel's modem, panel communications are now 100% digital over IP from the remote program PC all the way to the remote panel installation. This eliminates any dropouts in modem communi- cations caused by noise or other factors. If an alarm should occur during upload or download, the panel is able to interrupt modem communications immediately and transmit the alarm to the central station.

Each IPDACT-2UD is registered in the VisorALARM with a unique serial number. A subscriber number must be entered into the subscriber number database field for each IPDACT- 2UD. This same number is entered into the subscriber tele- phone number field (panel to call) in PK-PLUS or PS-TOOLS as if calling the panel on a telephone. If these numbers match, and the master username and password are correct, full duplex communication is permitted to the panel.

NOTE: UL Ninth Edition prohibits downloading to a panel without entering a local panel password. Uploading is permitted at any time without entering a password.

Features

Saves the cost of two dedicated phone lines. Only the cus- tomers shared IP equipment is required.

Provides compatibility to newer low-cost, non-analog, digital telephone services such as cable, or fiber optics.

Increases connection supervision to the central station from the once-a-day test signal to once every 90 seconds.

Requires no change to the existing panel configuration. The IP Communicator connect directly to the primary and sec- ondary analog panel telephone ports.

Fast alarm transmission (less than 10 second transmission time).

Works over any type of customer-provided Ethernet 10/ 100Base network connection (LAN or WAN), DSL modem or cable modem.

Data transmits over standard contact-ID protocol but is secured with the industrys highest level of encryption (AES 512 bit).

Supports both dynamic (DHCP) or Public and Private Static IP addressing.

Supports dual-destination IP receiver address for high redundancy configurations: all signals are sent to a second- ary address should the primary become unavailable.

User programmable UDP ports for flexibility and compatibil- ity with firewalls and other network security components.

IPDACT2UD Advanced IP Fire Communicator

IPDACT-2UD: IP Communicator with upload/download capa- bility (2UD modem daughter board). Includes configuration software, manuals, and prepared 30" telephone cable for con- nection to panel’s DACT telco ports.

The FireWatch models IPDACT-2 and IPDACT-2UD are new communicators based on the original IPDACT optional digital alarm communications module from Fire•Lite. The new IPDACT-2 duplicates the previous function found in the original IPDACT but adds two supervised inputs, two additional outputs, an improved terminal strip and the addition of several legacy panels to the compatibility list. The IPDACT-2UD version adds a modem daughter board (2UD) that supports upload/download over the Internet or a customer's Intranet.

The new FireWatch™ IPDACT-2 and IPDACT-2UD are new communicators based on the original IPDACT optional digital alarm communications module from Fire•Lite. The new IPDACT-2 duplicate the previous function found in the original IPDACT but adds two supervised inputs, two additional out- puts, an improved terminal strip and the addition of several legacy panels to the compatibility list. The IPDACT-2UD ver- sion 6.0 adds a modem daughter board (2UD) that supports upload/download over the Internet or a customer's Intranet. While it is not a DACT, nor is it listed as a DACT, both models connect to the primary and secondary communication ports of the panel's DACT, turning the analog signals into digital signals at the panel for transmission to a compatible Teldat Visor- ALARM PLUS IP receiver at a central station. The panel oper- ates normally during an alarm, supervisory or trouble event and sends contact-ID formatted analog information out of the telephone ports to the IP communicator. The IP communicator then reformats the data into highly encrypted Ethernet UDP packets for transmission to a compatible receiver at the central station. This new listing only requires an IP connection. No backup analog phone line is necessary however; customers can still use a traditional backup phone line from the panel's second phone port if desired.

Designed to work with Contact ID DACT-equipped panels from Fire•Lite, the IP Communicators allow for faster and more eco- nomic digital alarm transmissions, improving response times and decreasing costs found with traditional analog systems.

They offer value-added features such as supervised line func- tionality, which allows a central station to detect any off-line alarm panels within seconds. On the central station side, a compatible VisorALARM® Plus IP receiver from the Teldat Corporation emulates popular receiver formats and allows seamless integration into existing conventional central station architectures.

The benefit to this type of signaling is that it is always on, thereby increasing the security and supervision of the central station connection from once every 24 hours for a supervisory test signal to once every 90 seconds.

The IPDACT-2UD model allows a programmer to upload & download data between the user's PC and a supported fire alarm panel. The panel &PC can be anywhere on world wide web, or within a corporate intranet.

The user’s computer runs a program called UDPORT.exe to capture the modem signals from Fire•Lite's PK-PLUS or the newer PS-TOOLS panel programming software. In UDPORT.exe the user enters the main IP address of the Visor- ALARM receiver, the UDP port to use, username, and pass- word. Instead of using the PC’s modem, this process allows communication to happen between the IPDACT-2UD’s modem at the panel and the panel’s own modem. The benefit is that while speed is still limited to the baud rate of the panel's modem, panel communications are now 100% digital over IP from the remote program PC all the way to the remote panel installation. This eliminates any dropouts in modem communi- cations caused by noise or other factors. If an alarm should occur during upload or download, the panel is able to interrupt modem communications immediately and transmit the alarm to the central station.

Each IPDACT-2UD is registered in the VisorALARM with a unique serial number. A subscriber number must be entered into the subscriber number database field for each IPDACT- 2UD. This same number is entered into the subscriber tele- phone number field (panel to call) in PK-PLUS or PS-TOOLS as if calling the panel on a telephone. If these numbers match, and the master username and password are correct, full duplex communication is permitted to the panel.

NOTE: UL Ninth Edition prohibits downloading to a panel without entering a local panel password. Uploading is permitted at any time without entering a password.

Features

• Saves the cost of two dedicated phone lines. Only the cus- tomer’s shared IP equipment is required.

• Provides compatibility to newer low-cost, non-analog, digital telephone services such as cable, or fiber optics.

• Increases connection supervision to the central station from the once-a-day test signal to once every 90 seconds.

• Requires no change to the existing panel configuration. The IP Communicator connect directly to the primary and sec- ondary analog panel telephone ports.

• Fast alarm transmission (less than 10 second transmission time).

• Works over any type of customer-provided Ethernet 10/ 100Base network connection (LAN or WAN), DSL modem or cable modem.

• Data transmits over standard contact-ID protocol but is secured with the industry’s highest level of encryption (AES 512 bit).

• Supports both dynamic (DHCP) or Public and Private Static IP addressing.

• Supports dual-destination IP receiver address for high redundancy configurations: all signals are sent to a second- ary address should the primary become unavailable.

• User programmable UDP ports for flexibility and compatibil- ity with firewalls and other network security components.

Honeywell IPGSM-COM IP Internet and Digital Cellular Fire-Communicator - 0H-IPGSMCOM
The IPGSM-4G commercial fire alarm communicator is used to upgrade a commercial fire system that had previously reported to the central station by phone lines (POTS), to a system that can report via the Internet or a 4G cellular network. It connects directly to the Digital Alarm Communicator Transmitter (DACT) of a Fire panel with minimal setup required. For maximum flexibility, the IPGSM-4G’s dual path technology can be easily configured for three primary methods of communication. This includes (Cellular as primary only), (IP as primary only) or (IP as primary and Cellular as a backup). When the IPGSM-4G is configured for cellular communications, its multi-platform technology locates and chooses the best available signal in the area (4G, 3G or 2G) and seamlessly self-adjusts to maintain critical life safety communication. Honeywell's IPGSM-COM delivers secure, reliable fire alarm communications via the Honeywell's Alarmnet network. Connected via the dialer output of our fire alarm panels, this unit eliminates the need for phone lines, replacing them with internet and cellular communications paths that connect to Alarmnet. Our exclusive, triple-path communications solution combines Internet service with GSM for added reliability and an extra level of security. This unique GSM radio technology utilizes GPRS service for alarm communications and automatically switches to SMS for alarms if GPRS is unavailable. Utilizing 256-bit AES encryption, these signals will pass securely through public communications pathways.

Through the Internet or cellular radio, the IPGSM-COM offers full Contact ID data reporting and uploading/downloading with most of today's fire alarm control panels manufactured by Fire-Lite Alarms, Gamewell-FCI, NOTIFIER and Silent Knight. Dry contact inputs make this communicator compatible with other manufacturers control panels as well, for dry contact reporting.

   
 
 
 

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