Analog phone line simulator
Voice / SMS communicator and GSM Gateway Phone line simulator with additional 2 contact inputs, capable for 2 different operating modes.
- GSM communicator dialler
- 2 separate modes of operation in one device
- PSTN line simulation for monitoring station signal transmission
- SMS/CALL about 32 different kinds of CONTACT ID reports
- Signals to 4 telephone numbers
- 2 contact inputs with independent signals SMS/CALL
- Handling SIM PIN code
- Forwarding SMS
- Setting and diagnostics via USB connection
- Change settings through SMS message
Short functional description of SC-GSM phone line simulator
In Standalone mode the phone line simulator behaves like a monitoring station receiver which receives and handles the CONTACT ID communication of alarm control devices. It compares the report codes with the filled in event codes of the program table and at the occurrence of the desired event it sends the assigned SMS message and initiates a call (siren sound is played). By this means the users of the alarm control panel can be notified of any signals, differed by the event and subject of event (user, zone, partition). Notifications are not limited to differ only few kind of events as it is usual with all other GSM (SMS) communicators, with trigger inputs only. The best describing definition for this feature would be: Converting Contact ID messages to programmable SMS messages and phone call notifications
Further function is that by controlling the contact inputs the communicator sends the assigned SMS messages and calls the pre-set telephone numbers.
In transparent mode fully replaces phone line. By this means the alarm control panel can send the report codes to monitoring station, or a simple phone device can be used on places where the phone line is not available (elevators, SOS or INFO call points, weekend houses,…)
The device made for a secure and quick transfer of Security System’s events to Monitoring Station, through a GPRS IP network. Being an emulator of a classical PSTN line, it is compatible with most security panels on market.
In addition, contact inputs can be used to send a fast warning from any device with contact output (watering systems, stand-alone machines, vending machines, panic alarm buttons…) to a monitoring station.
The communicator (stands as a simulated telephone line for the intruder alarm system) receives Contact ID event codes from the intruder alarm system and transmits it via GPRS network to the monitoring station complying with the ANSI/SIA DC-09 standard.
|Cellular Bands||GSM (850/ 900/ 1800/ 1900MHz)|
|Power consumption (max.)||300mA|
|Power consumption (idle)||100mA|
|Dial tone||425 Hz|
|Operating temperature||0 … +70°C|