Remotely manageable alarm monitoring communicator with WiFi primary and GPRS backup connection.


   Physical phone line (TIP/RING) emulation for the alarm panel
   Forwards Contact ID signals of the alarm panel towards the IP receiver
   Audio output in order to check the communication on emulated phone line

Remotely manageable alarm monitoring communicator with WiFi primary and GPRS backup connection.

The SINGULAR W2G alarm monitoring communicator interprets Contact-ID or SIA FSK protocol (over simulated phone line), and translates to SIA DC-09 IP-based format, then sends it to the address of the set-up telemonitoring receivers.

Signaling exclusively depends on the existence of the permanent WiFi connection, thus several WiFi access points can be set up to handle any possible router or service errors.

In order to keep the higher security level, has GPRS (2G) mobile communication extension, too.

 WLAN 2.4GHz
 Cellular Bands GPRS (850/ 900/ 1800/ 1900MHz)
 Loop current 25mA
 Power 9-30V DC
 Impedance 100-470 Ohm
 Dial tone 425 Hz
 Line voltage 48V
 Operating temperature 0 … +70°C
 Dimension 75 x 90 x 25 mm


Technical specifications

Controlled outputs 2
Emulated Phone line (TIP/RING) Yes
Status signaling with multicolor LED light Yes
Serial port connection for alarm remote programming Yes
Acoustic supervision Yes
Removable terminals Yes
Metal housing Yes
Transmission chanels Wifi / GPRS
Contact ID messages forwarding Yes
Number of adressable monitoring receives 2
Communication protocol to monitoring receiver SIA DC-09
Transmission for change of programming 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 ­
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
Remote arming/disarming with onboard relay (keyswitch) Yes
Selectable “push notification” on CID messages Yes