Alarm Test System, Ademco Contact-ID Alarm Receivers, Alarm Monitors, Alarm Panel Testers, SIA-format type Alarm Receivers Dialers and Ethernet/Internet dialer. Wi-fi instead of Ethernet interface is available for some models.
ATS1000, New Alarm Test System for monitoring incoming alarm
signals, transmitting alarm signals at remote alarm panels,
and testing both central station telephone line, testing remote telephone lines and testing alarm receivers
Contact-ID alarm receivers with or without Random Noise
Option for testing alarm panels with signal impaired handshake and kiss-off
tones with random noise: (some alarm receivers can also deliver received
messages to other alarm receivers as a dialer.)
Note: FXO interface is regular telephone line input. FXS interface provides simulated CO line.
CT10 (FXO interface), CM10 (FXS interface), CT200 (2 ports, FXO or FXS interface),
CT400 (4 ports, FXO interface), CT800 (8 ports, FXO interface),
LS15E+ (FXO and FXS), LS15E+_DIALER for retransmission of received alarm messages, LS15E+/4+2 contains both Contact-ID and 4x2 Pulse protocols, LS15E+/TRIPLE contains Contact-ID, 4x2 Pulse, and SIA-FORMAT protocols.
LS15-E (FXS interface with
Listen-in feature to telephone set and also include
two telephone line simulators
Alarm panel for Ethernet/Internet and/or telephone line:
IP104, with two loop detections as a new alarm panel transmitting IP/DC-09 type messages with conventional telephone dialing function and email/text message transmission to your smart-phone or PC
for surveillance and recording alarm signals, eave-dropping Contact-ID alarm message traffic on telephone line
and send IP messages over Ethernet/Internet at either at alarm panel or at
alarm receiver. It contains history file in EEROM.
IP105X for monitoring contact-ID messages at existing alarm panel installed and recording them in non-volatile memory as a stand-alone operation without PC. History file may be read at on-site or at test bench via RS232 interface.
We have standard and proprietary IP alarm
monitor system with custom EM15 and ER15 and standard Contact-ID alarm panels.
EM15(Ethernet/Internet dialer with FXS interface from your alarm panel, desk-top unit, and telephone line replacement in TCP and UDP protocol. Sending email is included.)
LS15ETH, IP Alarm Message
Transmitter-Ethernet, simulated CO interface (FXS) and telephone line interface
AP30, RS232/IP TRANSCEIVER, for transmitting and receiving DC-09 type messages and also email/text message transmitter into Ethernet/Internet with RS232 interface
ER15A (both TCP and UDP for receiving DC-09 alarm messages from Contact-ID (ADM-CID) and SIA-FORMAT (SIA-DCS) with or without encryption from multiple sockets)
RAP15 (Ethernet/Internet telephone dialer receiving custom TCP commands as TCP-server) RAP15-1 (Ethernet/Internet) for stand-alone central station testing RAP15-2 (Ethernet/Internet telephone dialer for receiving DC09 type commands, custom TCP commands as TCP-server, and HTTP1.1 command. RAP15-3 for receiving http commands for sending DC09 messages to DC09 IP receiver or sending Contact-ID message over telephone line to DC05 central station.
DC09tester in software for providing both DC09 transmitter (encryption both Contact-ID and SIA-FORMAT) and receiver (Contact-ID and no encryption) for starting DC09 project or verifying compatibility
Stand-alone Contact-ID alarm receivers with built-in
IP107, LCD display and audio monitor for Contact-ID, Pulse 4+2 and SIA-FORMAT (NEW)
Contact-ID dialer from PC or Alarm Panel Simulator:
AP15-2, telephone dialer from PC
TRANSCEIVER, for transmitting DC-09 type messages into Ethenet/Internet
with RS232 interface
Micro Seven, Inc.®
1095-K N.E. 25th Ave., Hillsboro, OR 97124, U.S.A.
Phone: 503-693-6982, Fax: 503-693-9742
All products are made in U.S.A.