Micro Seven Inc.® model IP105, IP Alarm Monitor
Eavesdrops Contact-ID alarm message traffic and send IP messages
over Ethernet/Internet at either at alarm panel or at alarm receiver
Copyrights Micro Seven, Inc.®, 2012, 2013, 2014
IP105 is shown above without optional RS232 interface
reporting by adding IP105 at subscriber’s property (Internet service and
Ethernet cable are required.) or at alarm receiver
-Detail IP messages or Ademco Contact-ID messages sent to alarm receiver/server
Ademco Contact-ID-compatible alarm panel
-Email transmission to subscriber’s email address
The above picture shows IP105 at alarm panel.
Micro Seven, Inc. model IP105, IP Alarm Monitor provides Internet/Ethernet interface, RS232 interface and RJ11-C telephone connector for monitoring Contact-ID alarm messages that are transmitted at alarm panel or alarm messages received at alarm receivers. Upon detecting Contact-ID messages, IP105 may transmit contact-ID messages at RS232 interface to PC, converts Contact-ID to ANSI/SIA DC-09 formatted digital alarm messages (IP messages) for transmitting IP server(s) including model ER15, send emails of either monitored Contact-ID message or IP messages. IP105 stores monitored alarm messages in EEROM as history data including real time data (time stamp). Programming of static/dynamic IP address, port number, and email parameters are provided. History files are read by browser software or optional RS232 interface. Also dynamic DNS update is provided for IP105. IP105 still records alarm messages during Internet/Ethernet is down using back-up internal time stamp value.
One of the following operating modes is selected by using provided control software.
Mode 1: IP105-R placed at alarm panel
Mode 2: IP105-C placed at alarm receiver
Power input, 2.1mm jack with center positive
Power requirement: 12VDC @200mA by provided AC/DC power adapter
RS232 interface, 9-pin (option)
RJ11-C, telephone connector
Note: Internet service and Ethernet cable is not provided.
History file created by IP105
Maximum sixty alarm messages with time stamps are saved in EEROM inside IP105. History files may be uploaded to a PC file by Internet/Ethernet software or RS232 interface. Sample history files are shown below with Contact-ID alarm message with time stamp data that includes hour, minutes, seconds, month, day, and year. A character of ‘E’ is added in front of time stamp data in the history file to indicate that time stamp data is not obtained from Internet server.
Time Stamp data
IP105 is connected to SNTP server to obtain the UTC(GMT), UK time. If there is no Internet available for real-time stamp data, estimated time stamp is available.
ANSI/SIA DC-09, IP message standard
DC-05 digital communication standard (contact-ID)
1. International AC/DC power adapter for 90-240VAC input with four different power plugs (US, Europe, UK and Australia)
2. RS232 interface with cable
3. Telephone dialer for transmitting test message in IP105-R.
Made in U.S.A.
Micro Seven, Inc. ®
1095-K N.E. 25th Hillsboro, OR 97229 U.S.A.
phone: 503-693-6982, fax: 503-693-9742
Home Page: www.microseveninc.com