Remotely manageable alarm monitoring communicator with 3G primary and PSTN backup connection. 2 IP receivers can be set up.

   Forwarding of CID-based signaling to IP receivers over 2G/3G network
   Remote programming of alarm control panels over the Internet
   Control of alarm control panels and receipt of their signals with mobile application
   Enhanced security level signaling by 3G/PSTN parallel communication
   Signaling of contact events
   Not necessary to re-set the existing alarm control panel of a new customer


Remote alarm monitoring communicator with HSPA/GPRS primary and PSTN backup connection

Translates the TIP/RING phone line communication of the alarm control panels, forwards it to the set-up monitoring station, as it is defined in the SIA DC-09 standard. The unit can forward the Contact-ID formatted report codes even parallel to both monitoring station set up, taking over the signaling logic of the alarm control panel. A notification on the event sent to monitoring station, can be sent to the smartphone application, and the smartphone application can control the opening/closing of the alarm control panel, over the contact output, using the IoT server.
Another important feature is that the communicator can be accessed by a web browser, all setup elements can be modified, and the connected alarm control panel settings, statuses and logs can be remotely up- or down loaded (with a remote serial connection, in real time).
Its application is primarily justified at enhanced security level objects (financial institutions, ATM), since the secondary PSTN communication input can be connected not only to a phone line, but also to a line output of a communicator on a mobile or IP network, which doubles the possibility for alternate signaling.

Main features

  • IP-based signaling of Contact ID codes to monitoring station
  • Internet endpoint access (IoT) over the WEB and smartphone
  • Serial connection to the alarm control panel
  • 2 IP receivers can be set up
  • Monitoring PSTN line with alternate communication
  • Notification logic taken over from the alarm control panel


  • Alarm control panel signal transmission over 3G network
  • Automatic or predefined Contact ID signal transmission logic
  • Signal transmission triggered with contact inputs
  • Status events reporting (supply failure, setup changed, etc.)
  • Output control by SMS commands or through Smartphone application
  • PSTN Pass-through connection, for backup communication
  • Providing TCP/IP or UDP connection to SIA DC 09 receiver
  • Configuration and diagnostic via USB connection or through Internet connection ( Server)
  • Test report setting from 30 to 600 sec


You can download the application from play shop (iOS, Android). Look for a PULOWARE CLIENT, with a icon looking like show 

Programming of remote alarm monitoring communicator

Technical specifications

Contact signal inputs 1
Controlled outputs 1
Emulated Phone line (TIP/RING) Yes
PSTN line backup, forwarding to phone device Yes
Status signaling with multicolor LED light Yes
USB Connection for local programing Yes
Serial port connection for alarm remote programming Yes
Acoustic supervision Yes
Removable terminals Yes
Metal housing Yes
Transmission chanels HSPA / GPRS
Contact ID messages forwarding Yes
Number of adressable monitoring receives 2
Communication protocol to monitoring receiver SIA DC-09
Transmission for onboard input state change Yes
PSTN supervision signaling Yes
Transmission for change of programming Yes
Transmission direction selecting with dialed phone number Yes
Overwriting the user identification number Yes
Report forwarding regardless on phone number dialed Yes
Customizing test report code Yes
Possible interconnection with backup communicator Yes
Password protection Yes
Remote device setting, status check Yes
Firmware upload through WEB site Yes
Transparent serial port for remote programming of alarm panel Yes
Controll outputs Yes
Device restart Yes
Force the alarm panel connection to PSTN terminals Yes
Remote arming/disarming with onboard relay (keyswitch) Yes
Selectable “push notification” on CID messages Yes