CommPact May 2013x

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Hardware
Overview


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CommPact Main Module

CommPact Modules

SIM card holder

Buzzer

Contrast Trimmer

Speaker

Connector

Siren
Connector

Siren
Location

Main CPU

USB

GSM/GPRS
Engine (on
back side of
the board)

Installed:
105
dB

Removed:
85
dB

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Power Connections Module

PSTN, Zone
33
& PGM
connections

CommPact Modules

AC Supply and fuse

Back Tamper

Battery
Connector

Front Tamper

Switch

Transformer

Installed: Open Collector

Removed: Dry Contact


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Features
Overview

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CommPact Product Overview


32
User codes


1
programmable speed dial numbers


6
programmable accounts


Interfaces: GPRS, GSM and PSTN


Remote firmware upgrade


32
wireless and
1
hardwire zones


1
onboard programmable output (PGM)


19
Keyfobs


4
Wireless keypads (
2
-
way)


Wireless siren (
2
-
way)


4
Repeaters


Arming Methods: Full, Part or Perimeter


Event Log:
1022
event capacity


Multilingual (
14
languages)


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Basic Operation

Part Arming

Full Arming

Perimeter Arming

Service Call
-


Record Vocal Message
-


Play Vocal Message
-


SOS Panic Alarm Activation
-

Chime Enable/Disable
-


Medical Emergency Alarm
Activation
-


Fire Alarm Activation
-

Check Trouble condition

Check Trouble condition

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Wireless Devices

Supervision Time



Supervised wireless sensors send a supervision signal
approximately one hour after their last transmission.


If the system does not receive supervision signals from a


specific transmitter, the transmitter is regarded as inactive.


The amount of time after which a transmitter is


considered inactive is called the Supervision Time.



From the Programming menu, select Devices, Superv.


Time, General [
9
,
1
,
6
,
1
].


Enter a supervision time between
02
:
00
and
23
:
59
hours.

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Zone Configuration

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Zone Configuration


Zone Type

˗
The zone type defines the type of alarm the system generates when
the sensor is tripped.

˗
To program a zone type:

˗
From the Programming menu, select Devices, Zones [
911
].

˗
Select the sensor you want to program.

˗
From the sensor’s sub
-
menu, select Zone Type [#
02
].

˗
Select one of the following zone types:

Normal

Entry/Exit

Follower

Panic

Medical

Fire

24
Hr

24
Hr
-
X (future option)

Gas

Flood

Environmental

No Motion

Not Used

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Zone Configuration




Arm Set


The Arm Set option allows you to define the arming
methods in which the zone is included.


To program the Arm Set option:


From the Programming menu, select Devices, Zones [
911
].


Select the sensor you want to program.


From the zone’s sub
-
menu, select Arm Set [#
03
].


Use the keys
1
,
2
and
3
to toggle the current setting.


Press


when the desired setting is displayed.



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Zone Configuration




Bell


Each zone can be programmed to activate the siren when
triggered or to generate a silent alarm where only a message is
sent to the central station.


To program the Bell option:


From the Programming menu, select Devices, Zones [
911
].


Select the zone you want to program.


From the zone’s sub
-
menu, select Bell [#
05
].


Select either Enabled or Disabled.

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Zone Configuration




Chime



When Chime is enabled, triggering the zone when the

system is disarmed causes the internal siren to
chime.


To program the Chime option:


From the Programming menu, select Devices, Sensors

[
911
].


Select the zone you want to program.


From the zone’s sub
-
menu, select Chime [#
06
].Select

either Enabled or Disabled.

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Zone Configuration





Forced Arm


Force arming enables you to arm the system when the

system is not ready. If the magnetic contact’s
zone is

defined as Force Arm disabled, the
system will not be

ready to arm until you close the
door.


To program the Force Arm option:


From the Programming menu, select Devices, Zones
[
911
].


Select the zone you want to program.


From the zone’s sub
-
menu, select Force Arm [#
07
].


Select either Enabled or Disabled.

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Zone Configuration





Repeater


The EL
-
2635
repeater is an additional module that
extends

the range of the wireless transmitters.
For a sensor to use

the repeater to relay
transmissions to the system, you

must define
the Repeater option for its zone as “Use

Repeater”.


To program the Repeater option:


From the Programming menu, select Devices, Zones
[
911
].


Select the zone you want to program.


From the zone’s sub
-
menu, select Repeater [#
09
]; the

zone’s current Repeater setting is displayed.


Select either No Repeater or Use Repeater.

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Zone Configuration




Entry/Exit delay


The Entry/Exit delay timers determine the amount of time the user
has to arm or disarm the system before an alarm is activated.


You can program separate Entry and Exit delays for each arming
method.


To program Exit delay timers:


From the Programming menu, select Entry/Exit, Entry/Exit Delays
[
921
].


Select the Exit delay you want to program: Full [#
1
], Part [#
2
] or
Perimeter [#
3
].


Enter a delay time (
000
-
255
seconds).


Press


when the desired setting is displayed.

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User Code Types



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CommPact


Controlled/Non
-
controlled Codes


When a controlled code used to Arm/Disarm the system the panel notifies
the central station/end user.


The panel will send a message to the control station only if the code was
used after an alarm occurrence.



Limited Codes


This feature enables the user to issue a code that is valid for
24
hrs only.


This code automatically expires
24
hrs after it was issued.




Duress Code


Designed for situations when the user is being forced to operate the
system.


When the code is being used the panel sends a Duress event message to
the central station.

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Telecontrol User Code


Call Procedure

˗
Call the CP either using the double call method (PSTN) or directly (Cellular); when
the control panel picks up, two DTMF tones are sounded.

˗
Enter the Telecontrol code (Code
29
) on your telephone within
15
seconds.

˗
The following DTMF commands are available:

˗
Press “
2
” for Two
-
Way Audio.


If the TWA mode is defined as “Simplex” the audio channel opens in Listen mode
(microphone active/speaker mute). To switch to Speak mode, press “
1
” on your
telephone. To switch back to Listen mode, press “
0
” on your telephone.

˗
Press “
3
” to fully arm the system.

˗
Press “
6
” to disarm the system.

˗
Press “
9
” to cancel the siren.

˗
Ten seconds before the timeout expires, two short DTMF tones are sounded. To
extend the call, press “
7
” on your telephone. This command restarts the
timeout.

˗
To disconnect before the end of the timeout, press “

” then “#” on your
telephone.


Tip: The Central Station cannot use the Telecontrol (for this purpose CMS can use
the CS user code).

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Voice Report Account


Feature that calls the user’s telephone number when specific events occur


and plays pre
-
recorded messages.


Programming these accounts’ phone numbers is done in menu [
9
,
5
,
1
].


Tip: This requires enabling which is done in menu [
9
,
4
,
13
].


Additionally, in the event of an alarm, the user is able to establish a Two
-
Way Audio connection on
receiving the vocal message in order to check the premises.
Tip: This requires enabling which is also
done in menu [
9
,
5
,
1
].




Home ID


The Home ID is a short message that is played at the beginning of a voiced report call in order to
identify the system to the user.


To record the message access menu [
9
,
5
,
19
,
2
].


For example, “Adams House” shall be played before the event messages.


To play the message access menu [
9
,
5
,
19
,
1
].




Message Center


The Message Center is designed to allow the user to record


a short message that may be played back later by another user.


Play, Record and Delete menus [
7
,
02
,
1
]
-
[
7
,
02
,
3
].

Voice Report Options

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Extra Features

“No Arm” Indication


The “No Arm” indication is a feature designed to inform the central station


that the system has not been armed for a specified period of time.


From the Programming menu, select System Options, No Arm Ind. [
9
,
4
,
08
].


Select
1
Week,
2
Weeks,
3
Weeks,
4
Weeks or Disabled.



RF Jamming


The system is able detect RF Jamming that is usually caused by an intruder attempting to
compromise the security system.


From the Programming menu, select System Options, Jamming Det. [
9
,
4
,
09
].


Select Enabled or Disabled.



“No Motion”


The No Motion feature is designed to monitor the activity of disabled


or elderly people.


If a sensor defined as “No Motion” has not detected within a pre
-
defined


period of time, a No Motion event message is sent to the central station.




During Disarm mode: No Motion ; During Arm mode: Normal


From the Programming menu, select System Options, No Motion [
9
,
4
,
10
].


Select
01
:
00
-
72
:
00
Hours or Disabled.


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Extra Features

Arm On Exit



The Arm on Exit feature cancels the unnecessary remainder of the Exit delay that
continues to count down after the user has vacated the premises. This feature
automatically arms the system when an Entry/Exit zone is closed during the Exit delay.


From the Programming menu, select Entry/Exit, Arm On Exit [
9
,
2
,
3
].

Entry/Exit Trouble




If this function is enabled, the system can't be armed when the Exit Delay expires, if one
of the following conditions is present:


An entry/exit zone is open;


Tamper Alarm from a zone during exit (if not restored before the exit delay expires);


Zone Active when Exit Delay expires.


The event is then sent to the central station account.


To program the Entry/exit Trouble option:


From the Programming menu, select System Options, Entry Exit TR [
9415
].


Select Enabled or Disabled.

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Two
-
Way Audio & Telecontrol

Outgoing Calls

˗
Service Call (Speed Dial)
-

this feature enables the user to establish a two
-
way audio
connection with the central station operator.


Tip: To program Service Call Phone Number access menu [
9
,
5
,
3
,
1
].


˗
CS TWA

-

In the event of Burglary, Fire and Medical alarms, the control panel is able
to report the events and then stay on the line after ACK
2
is received.


Tip: Two
-
Way Audio must be enabled for the specific account [
9
,
5
,
1
].

Incoming Calls

˗
Telecontrol
-

Users may use this feature as a convenient way for contacting their
family, operating their system or to check their home when they are away.


Tip: For this feature to function, the Telecontrol User Code (#
29
) must be
programmed
.

˗
Monitoring Station TWA User Code

-

User Monitoring service can contact the user
in the event of an emergency or use this feature for listen
-
in alarm verification
up
to
10
minutes after the alarm
.


Tip: For this feature to function, the Central Station TWA User Code (#
30
) must be
programmed.

˗
For any of the incoming Telecontrol features to function, Telecontrol


must be enabled in the Communication menu
[
9
,
5
,
4
,
10
].





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SMS Commands


Remote Arming/Disarming via SMS


Each SMS command contains the following elements:

1.
SMS Command Descriptor (up to
43
characters of free text)

2.
# (delimiter


separates the descriptor from the actual command)

3.
User Code (
4
digits)

4.
Command (
120
=Disarm,
121
=Full Arm,
122
=Part Arm,

123
=Perimeter Arm,
124
=Full + Perimeter Arm,
125
=Part + Perimeter Arm,
200
= Arm Status)


The following example shows the format of an SMS command for arming
the system
.






On receiving an Arm Status request message, the system returns a status
message to the sender.





Tip: The SMS Command feature must be enabled in order for it to function.
Menu [
9
,
5
,
4
,
13
,
4
].


Tip: The SMS Confirm feature must be enabled in order for the CP to reply. Menu
[
9
,
5
,
4
,
13
,
5
].

Partitions can be armed also remotely


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System Initialization Options



The
Initialization function

clears the entire system and resets
factory defaults.
Init All [
9
,
7
,
1
].

˗
For firmware versions that include multi
-
default and/or multi
-
language
support, select the set of programming defaults and/or the required


interface language that you want to load.



Loading the system’s
default program

enables you to restore the
factory
-
set programming defaults.
Load Defaults [
9
,
7
,
2
].



Clear User Codes

deletes all programmed user codes and restores
the default Master and Installer codes.
Clear Users [
9
,
7
,
3
].



The
Clear Wireless Transmitters

function enables you to delete all
registered transmitters at once.
Clear Wireless [
9
,
7
,
4
].


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Local
Programming

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Installation

Procedure


STEP
1
: Opening the housing.



STEP
2
: Temporarily powering up the system.



STEP
3
: Registering the transmitters.



STEP
4
: Testing the chosen mounting location.



STEP
5
: Basic programming


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Installation Procedure


Step
1


Step
1
: Opening the Housing

1.
Remove the housing screw located at
the bottom of the front cover.


2.
Using a screwdriver carefully press the
release tabs as shown


3.
Lift the front cover away from the back
of the housing.

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Installation Procedure


Step
2


Step
2
: Temporarily powering up the system

1.
In order to register and test transmitters, it is necessary to temporarily
power up the system before installing the control panel. At this stage, do
not connect the backup battery.

2.

Thread the power cable through the wiring hole on the back cover and
connect the cable to the AC power input on the Main board.

3.
Note: At this stage, ignore any trouble conditions that may appear on the
LCD display (e.g. Low Battery).

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Installation Procedure


Step
3


Step
3
: Registering transmitters

1.
Press


+ installer code

2.
Enter menu Programming devices [
9
,
1
]

3.
Select the type of device (Zones, Keypads etc…)

4.
Select the device number (Zone
1
, Zone
2
etc…)

5.
Trigger two transmissions from the device

6.
The message “Save?” indicates the two transmissions have been
successfully received.

7.
Press


to accept or


to cancel the registration.

8.
After accepting the registration, the display switches automatically to
parameter settings for the current device (Zone Type, Descriptor etc…)


See next slide.

9.
Tip:

To check if a device number has already been registered, repeat
steps
1
to
4
. If a device has been registered previously, the system skips
the registration function and switches automatically to parameter settings
for the current device (Zone Type, Descriptor etc…)

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Installation Procedure


Step
3


Step
3
: Registering transmitters


Setting the zone parameters


1.
Press


to enter the zone type setting and use the arrow keys (

/

) to
select the zone type. Normal (PIR),
24
Hr (PIR/magnetic), Entry/Exit
(Entrance magnetic), Gas (Gas sensor), Follower (Entrance PIR), Flood
(Flood sensor) Panic (Panic button), Environmental (Universal TX), Medical
(medical button), No Motion (PIR), Fire (Smoke sensor), Not Used.


2.
Press


to valid your choice, the display switches to Arm set setting. Set the
arm set for this zone by pressing
1
,
2
or
3
.





3.
Press


to valid your choice, set the bell option for this zone

4.
Press


to valid your choice, set the chime option for this zone

5.
Press


to valid your choice, set the force arm option for this zone

6.
Press


to valid your choice, Press on


several times to return to the main
menu


1
-
Full

2
-
Part

3
-
Perimeter

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Installation Procedure


Step
4

ZONE#
1

S=
9
OK

Reduce the
number of
obstacle

Consider the
obstacle
thickness

Consider path
angles

Consider the wall
material


Step
4
: Testing the chosen mounting location

1.
Press


+ installer code

2.
Enter menu RF RSSI LEVEL (noise in the panel area)
[
7
,
09
,
2
] = <
4


3.
Enter menu TX TEST [
7
,
07
,
2
] > =
4

4.
The system waits for transmissions. Activate the transmitter
you wish to test; the transmitter’s signal strength is displayed
and one to four tones are sounded accordingly.

5.
If the signal strength is inferior to
4
, move the transmitter to a
better location as suggested below or use the EL
-
2635
repeater

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Advances Tools for Simple Installation


Installer built
-
in utilities


List of all transmitters [
7
,
07
,
1
]

˗
Smart Walk Test [
7
,
06
]

˗
Transmitter Test [
7
,
07
,
2
]

˗
RF RSSI Level (RF noise measured by the system’s receiver) [
7
,
09
,
2
]



RF RSSI =<
4




TX
[
7
,
07
,
2
]


RSSI
[
7
,
09
,
2
] >
2

// MUST!

˗
GSM Strength Meter [
7
,
09
,
1
]
>
4


˗
Wireless siren test [
7
,
03
]

˗
Internal siren test [
7
,
04
]

˗
Interface test [
7
,
05
]


Real
-
time Transmitter list + status, signal strength meter

˗
Visual (on LCD screen)

˗
Audio (from speaker)



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Installation tips


EL
-
2601
Wireless magnetic switch

˗
When connecting the device to the surface
make sure that the metal screw does not
stick out since it might create a short on the
PCB.



Plastic housing

PCB

Side view

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Installation tips


EL
-
2645
Wireless motion detector

˗
Pulse Counter
-

The pulse counter determines the amount of
beams that need to be crossed before the sensor will produce an
alarm. The available options are
1
,
2
,
3
or Adaptive pulse count.
Using the Adaptive pulse count feature, the detector chooses
between
1
or
2
pulses based on its analysis of the received signal.

We recommend setting the pulse count to Adaptive.

˗
Pet Immunity


The recommended mounting height when installing a pet immunity
motion detector is
2.2
meters.

Avoid locations where pets can climb.


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Repeater


EL
2635


Extends the range between control
panel and wireless detectors.


Ideal for problematic reception areas
like attics, basements and cellars.

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Enhancing the signal strength


Repeater installation procedure

˗
Register the sensor in the
iConnect/CommPact system

˗
Register the sensor in the
repeater

˗
Set the zone as “Use repeater”

˗
Register the repeater in the
panel

˗
The repeater should be installed
on the midway between the CP
and the transmitter.


Repeater

CP

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Repeater


EL
2635


Up to
4
repeaters for one CP.


32
Transmitters registered to each repeater and
19
keyfobs,
4
keypads, W/L siren.


Registration & tests performed using a
programming keypad.

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Repeater Installation


The repeater should be installed on the midway between the
CP and the transmitter.

Repeater

CP

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Repeater Installation


Minimize the number of RF obstacles.


The Repeater should be at least
1.50
m above the
floor and
1
m below the ceiling.


Apply all rules as for transmitters and receivers.



1.5
m

1
m

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Repeater Installation Steps

1.
Mount the CommPact control panel.

2.
Register all the sensors to the CP.

3.
Mount the sensors.

4.
Identify the sensors having a low reception level.

5.
Mount the repeater at halfway between the
identified sensors and the control panel.

6.
Register the repeater to the control panel.

7.
Registering the identified sensors to the repeater.

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Installation Procedure


Step
5



Step
5
: Basic programming




Set the communication parameters

[
951
]



Telephone number


Account number


Communication protocol (Contact ID,SIA, SMS Follow Me,SMS
SIA,SMS Contact ID, TWA Follow me,

Voice Report and IP Protocol)


Communication interface (GPRS, GSM, PSTN)


Call attempts


Two way audio (Enable/disable)










GPRS Network Parameters


CP ID



Control panel identification; each control panel has a unique
ID which is registered in the ELAS. [
9573
]


CP Password



Control panel password; each control panel has a
password which is authenticated when connecting to the ELAS.
[
9574
]




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Installation Procedure


Step
5


GPRS Network Parameters


CP ID



Control panel identification; each control panel has a unique
ID which is registered in the ELAS. [
9573
]


CP Password



Control panel password; each control panel has a
password which is authenticated when connecting to the ELAS.
[
9574
]


GPRS Network


APN



Name of the GPRS connection. Depend on the cellular service
provider of the SIM card [
95761
]. Some APN need Username[
95762
]
and password [
95762
].


IP Address of ELAS [
9571
]


Port
33000
[
9572
]




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2
-
Way Wireless Siren registration


EL
-
2626
AC Two
-
way Wireless Siren

˗
On the control panel, define the siren type
as “
2
-
Way Siren”.[
9152
]

˗
Set the siren to Registration mode by
placing the Mode jumper (JP
1
) as shown:


˗
On the control panel, perform the External
Siren Test twice in order to register the
control panel’s transmitter to the EL
-
2626
AC’s receiver.[
702
]

˗
Set the control panel to Registration
mode.[
9151
]

˗
Set the siren to Transmission mode by
placing the Mode jumper (JP
1
) as shown:


REGISTRATION MODE


TRANSMISSION MODE


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Wired Siren Configuration (external wired siren
(
100
mA Max. Load) )

1.
From the Control Panel, Press '√'.

Enter your Installer Code (the default
Installer code is
1111
).

2
.

From the Programming menu,
select Output Trigger [
9461
].


Select Siren and press
'
√'
.

3
.

Select the Output Type (Steady)
and press '√'.

4
.

Select the Polarity (Active High)
and press '√'.

5
.

Define the PGM Cut
-
Off time (
000
Sec.)

6
.

Press '√' once more to save the
configuration.

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Remote
Programming

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Remote Programmer


Electronics Line
3000
’s Remote Programmer (RP) software enables you to
operate and program the system from a PC either on
-
site or from a remote
location. You can connect to the control system from a PC using one of
three methods:


USB:

A local connection using a USB to USB connector.


GSM data number or PSTN:

The RP calls the site via GSM using a Data
number or PSTN.


WebRP:

The RP connects to the control system using the GPRS via the ELAS.


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Remote Programming

On
-
site and remote configuration

Installer

Fast Up/Downloading

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Remote Mastering

Monitoring station

Real
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time status check, command and event Log

Fast Up/Downloading

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Peripherals
Overview


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Intrusion Detection

EL
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2645
/PI Wireless Motion Detector

Microprocessor signal analysis for reduced false
alarms, with optional
45
kg/
100
lb pet immunity.

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EL
2601
/
2602

EL
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2601
Wireless Magnetic Switch

EL
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2602
Universal Transmitter

Detects intruder entry from doors and windows



Intrusion Detection


EL
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2607
Wireless Vibration Detector


Detects low amplitude vibrations around
vulnerable access points for early
detection of break
-
in attempts


EL
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2650
XL Wireless Directional Curtain
Detector


Quad element directional solid curtain detector for
perimeter protection. Narrow beam curtain allows
free movement within protected premises.



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Intrusion Detection & Event Notification

EL
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2635
Wireless Repeater

Extends the range between the control

panel and wireless detectors, eliminates

problematic reception areas

EL
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2626
AC Two
-
way Wireless Siren

Supervised two
-
way wireless siren and
strobe, A/C powered with battery back
-
up, available with red, amber or blue
flash lens
85
dB/
106
dB.

EL
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2606
Glass break detector

Acoustic glass break detector with
superior detection performance

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EL
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2621
Two
-
way Wireless Keypad

Indicates current system status, controls

16
home automation devices and enables one
-
touch
full/part/perimeter arm/disarm of system

Additional Keypads and Keyfobs

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Additional Keypads and Keyfobs

EL
2711
Wireless Panic Button

Wireless Panic Button

Water resistant, wireless panic button

with Pendant/Keychain option, for
24
/
7
monitoring


EL
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2714
Wireless Multi
-
function Keyfob

Keychain option, small, controls system

functions like full/part/perimeter arm,

disarm, home automation and panic

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Environmental Safety

EL
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2661
Wireless Water Leak Detector

Provides early warning of water leaks used in

basement or near air conditioners and sinks

EL
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2703
Wireless Smoke Detector

Photoelectric smoke detector, provides

early warning of the presence of smoke.

EN
-
54
-
7
approved

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EL
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2762
Wireless Gas Detector

Detects leaks of household heating or cooking

gas
-

methane, propane and butane. DC power

EL
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2764
Wireless CO Detector

Detects and warns of carbon
monoxide leaks

Environmental Safety

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Thank You

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