NEW-Stand-alone alarm panel tester/stand-alone alarm receiver without pc and with TELEPHONE LINE SIMULATOR function, model IP107 for contact-id, pulse 4+2 and sia format

Micro Seven, Inc. ®, models IP107 contains Alarm-Receiver/Simulator WITH INTERNAL LCD DISPLAYS FOR DISPLAYING RECEIVED alarm messages for Ademco contact-id, PULSE 4+2 AND SIA FORMAT. IT ALSO CONTAINS RS232 INTERFACE AND AUDIO SPEAKER FOR HEARING ALARM REPORTING PROCESS. IP alarm receiver option is also available.

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Micro Seven, Inc. model IP107 contains Alarm-Receiver Simulator and telephone line simulator function which does not require telephone line to test and troubleshoot alarm panels for Contact-ID, pulse 4+2 and SIA-FORMAT protocols. The Alarm-Receiver Simulator function provides simulated telephone-line that includes loop voltage/loop current, call progress tones, and DTMF tone receiver for recognizing dialing by alarm panels. The simulated telephone-line functions also include generation of dual-frequency-type call progress tones, handshake signals for all three protocols and kissoff tones.

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Figure 1 Picture of MICRO SEVEN-Model IP107

Features of IP107

i Testing of Contact-ID, Pulse 4+2, and SIA-format based alarm panels
i International AC/DC power adapter option is available as an option
i Handshake and kiss-off tones
i DTMF or Rotary Pulse Dialing Input
i Displaying raw or decoded digital alarm messages and dialed telephone numbers on built-in 16x2 LCD display
i Dual Frequency-type call progress tones for dial tone and ring-back tone
i Optional RS232C interface to transmit alarm messages to PC
i Checksum calculation of received alarm messages
i Alarm-receiver simulator
i 4+2 protocol format
i SIA-FORMAT
i Internal audio speaker to hear all process and message and external
push-button to disable/enable audio speaker
i Optional IP message receivers from Internet/Ethernet

 

Application and benefit of alarm receiver

i Demonstration and testing alarm control panels
i No alarm receivers and no telephone lines required for testing alarm control panels
i Complete testing of alarm panels before the installation
i Verifying dialing telephone numbers and digital alarm messages before installations

Software
IP107PROG.exe with screen display shown below for programming telephone line simulator functions including telephone number, call progress tones, stutter tone, and PBX mode, and loading/saving programmed data

Operation of alarm-receivers

Traditionally, when alarm panels are tested in the manufacturing, an alarm receiver with telephone lines is required. The Micro Seven model IP107 provides both simulated telephone lines and alarm receiver in a box so that your alarm panels are connected directly to IP107.

Connect your alarm panel to the RJ11 connector of IP107 with a regular telephone cable. Create an event at your alarm panel to report alarm condition. When your alarm panel goes off-hook, “OFF-HOOK SIGNAL” and “DIAL-TONE ON” are displayed on LCD displayed on IP107. Throughout testing, all received and transmitted signals are heard from audio speaker as factory default. It may be turned off by pushing a push-button switch on IP107.

A red LED on side of IP107 is turned on when telephone line input goes off-hook.

Note: actual display area is 1”(2.5cm)x2.75”(7 cm).

OFF-HOOK SIGNAL
DIAL-TONE ON

 

When the alarm panel is dialing a telephone number such as a toll-free 1800-555-1212 for your alarm panel, “DIALING” and “18005551212” is shown on the LCD display. IP107 accepts any telephone number for alarm receiver function unlike correct telephone numbers are required to be dialed at a line when the line is programmed as a telephone line simulator not as an alarm receiver. Since the alarm receiver is internal, there is no ring signal generated.

DIALING
18005551212

IP107 waits one second at the end of dialing process. Then it generates ring-back tone at the line displaying “RING-BACK TONE” on the LCD display. There are two ring-back tone periods.

RING-BACK TONE

Then IP107 generates the handshake tones with 1400 and 2300 Hz displaying “HANDSHAKE TONES” on the LCD display.

RING-BACK TONE
HANDSHAKE TONES

Then your alarm panel transmits sixteen-digit digital alarm message to IP107.

There are two displaying modes. One mode displays raw sixteen-digit alarm messages on the LCD display. The other mode displays decoded alarm messages including alarm code, description of alarm code, account number, new/restaural/status, zone, and partition number.

The raw message mode displays “KISS OFF/MESS.RECV” and “567818111012223” on LCD display. If it is the decode message mode, the display is “110 Fire Alarm” and “A:5678 New/Open”. Where 5678 is account number and the “New/Open” is the type of message. The display may also be either “Rest/Clos”  for 3=New Restore or Closing/or “ or Status Rp” for 6=previously-reported condition still present (Status report). 

Note: Selection of decoded message or raw message mode is done by IP107PROG.exe. The factory default is decoded message mode.

KISS OFF/MESS.RECV             
5678181110122223   

or                                                     

110 Fire Alarm
A:5678 New/Open

The bottom portion of the display is then changed to : “P:12 ZON/USR:222” which indicates the partition=12 and the zone=222. The bottom portion of the display changes for every second between the account number with type of message and partition with zone numbers. Twelve maximum characters for each event code is displayed at 16x2 LCD module.

110 Fire Alarm
P:12  ZON/USR:222

Maximum twelve characters are only displayed on the above LCD display for a decoded event code.

If there was no alarm message received and IP107 goes on hook, it display “ON-HOOK” shown as below.

 

If the checksum in the alarm message is wrong, the “BAD MESSAGE" is shown as below with the received message.

Specifications for alarm receiver function for Contact-ID mode:

Dialing into alarm receiver: It accepts any numbers of any DTMF digit when any telephone number mode is enabled or by the factory default condition, but the maximum pause time between digits should be less than one seconds. The maximum dialing digit is sixteen. Dialed numbers are shown in the LCD display.

Alarm message detection signal power:
-13 dBm to +5 dBm per a frequency with maximum 4 dB different between frequencies at the RJ11-C connector

Handshake tones for Contact-ID mode:
1400: 1400+/- 1Hz, -20 dBm nominal power, -30 dBm power in the line impairment mode, duration of 100 ms +/- 1.5 ms.
2300Hz: 2300+/-2 Hz, -20 dBm nominal power, -30 dBm power in the line impairment mode, duration of 100 ms +/- 1.5 ms

Handshake tones for Pulse 4+2 mode:
1400+/- 1Hz, -20 dBm nominal power, -30 dBm power in the line impairment mode, duration of 100 ms +/- 1.5 ms.

Kiss-off tones:
1400 +/- 1 Hz –20 dBm nominal power, -30 dBm power in the line impairment mode with duration of 750 ms

Alarm receiver software: Window-based software is provided with IP107 for further decoding alarm messages with date/time information. Also, all received alarm messages are stored in a disk file as continuous file. The software may be able to transmit emails into Internet when alarm messages are received at PC. All communications via PC are done at RS232 interface.

Control software that is provided: IP107PROG.exe for the following:
Selection of LCD display modes between raw alarm message and decoded alarm message

Reference: Digital Communication Standard-SIA DC-05-1999.09, Ademco Contact ID Protocol for Alarm System Communications

Limitation of decoded information for each event: The maximum sixteen characters for each event code is displayed on the LCD display in IP107, i.e. “101 Personal EM” or “102 Fail-to-report” is only displayed on the LCD display because of limited display area. Consult Micro Seven for programming your own display. Decoded messages for the Contact-ID alarm code may be edited by using Notepad editor, and they may be downloaded to IP107 for

Alarm message length register with EEROM address FD: hexadecimal 10 for Contact-ID for decimal 16, input command “MFD10” at RS232 interface using Hyper-terminal.

PBX mode is available for alarm receiver mode.

RS232 interface, 115200 baud, eight bit data, no parity, and one stop bit format for outputting received alarm messages in real time.

LCD display of 2-line of sixteen characters:
Display on-hook, off-hook status, dialing indicator, dialed telephone number, call-progress tone indication (dial-tone, ring-back tone, and busy tone)

Battery-feed voltage (loop voltage): (same as the telephone line simulator function): -20 volts:

Off-hook impedance requirement: 400 ohms maximum DC, 600 ohms nominal AC
(same as the telephone line simulator function)

Call Progress Tones: (same as the telephone line simulator function)
Standard dual-frequency call progress tones, nominal -16 dBm.
Dial Tone: 350 Hz + 440 Hz, continuous unless programmed for stutter dial tone
Ring-back Tone: 440 Hz + 480 Hz, 2 sec ON/4 sec OFF.
Busy Tone: 480 Hz + 620 Hz, 0.5 sec ON/0.5 sec OFF.

Secondary Call Progress Tones: Single-frequency tone of 480 Hz
The selection between dual frequency call frequency and single frequency type is done by control software.

Stutter dial tone: The stutter dial tone with three of 0.1 seconds on/off period following with continuous dial tone.

Simulated PBX Mode:

The simulated PBX mode where dial tone returns after dialing 9:
Line characteristics: (same as the telephone line simulator function)
Input impedance at 1 k Hz: 600 ohms +/- 5%

Line Input Jacks
: USOC-RJ11-C, standard modular phone jack (same as the telephone line simulator function) located on rear panel


Switch: Audio speaker enable/disable, setting is restored upon power recycled

Calibration: not required because digitally synthesized tones

Power Requirements:

24VDC power input by provided 117VAC/24VDC power adapter

 

Dimensions:

5”x5”x3”.


Line Status Display:
red LED to indicate off-hook status

 

Power On Indicator: green LED display, flashing

 

Weight: 1 lbs. (1 kg.)

Environmental: Operating temperature: 0 to 35 degree C, Humidity: 85% RH at 35 degree C

Warranty/Service: 6 months limited warranty. No warranty if any factory seal is broken. Service is performed at the factory, usually within 5 working days.

4+2 protocol features:
SIA Pulse Format P3 in SIA DC-02-1992.02 (R2000.05), section 4.1.3 Pulse Format P3 is provided.
Note: IP107 generates kissoff tone for 4+2 mode first. If there is no 4+2 communication for four seconds, contact-ID handshake is generated.
Four digits for account number, one digit for event, and last digit for zone.
One period consists of 1900 Hz on for 25ms and tone-off for 25ms.
Handshake signal: 1400Hz tone for one second long.
Kiss-off tone: 1400Hz tone for one second long.
Double transmission is required for generating kissoff tone.
Event codes that are supported and are decoded for LCD display:
01,02,03, 04 --- 09 personal emergency, 2 way voice –zones 1 through 9
40 - AC loss
50 – Restoral AC Loss
61-69, loss of supervision, zones 1-9
71-79, restoral –loss of radio supervision
41-49, low battery with zones 1 –9
51-59, restoral low battery with zones 1-9
30, test report
Note: similar decoded message display in Pulse 4+2 mode is also provided.

Options:

1.      International AC/DC Power Adapter Option for 90-250VAC, 50/60Hz

2.      Less expensive model IP107-1 without SIA-FORMAT

3.      IP alarm receiver from Internet/Ethernet, which displays received DC09-type IP messages on display

Micro Seven, Inc. ®

1095-K N.E. 25th Hillsboro, OR, U.S.A.

Home Page: www.microseveninc.com

Email: sales@microseveninc.com

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