MICRO SEVEN System Configuration, ATS1000, Alarm Test System monitors incoming alarm signals and transmitting alarm signals at remote alarm panels, test central station telephone lines and alarm receivers
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Alarm Test System, ATS1000

Objectives:

Verification of Contact-ID alarm signal reception at central station

Testing of central station telephone lines and central station alarm receiver

Verification of remote alarm panel transmission

 

System components:

Central station incoming alarm signal monitor, IP105C

Remote alarm signal monitor, IP105R for each remote panel

Test telephone line dialer, AP15-2
IP receiver, ER15A

CENTRALIP_V2.EXE

AP15DEMO2a+.exe

 

 

Features:

No affects in existing alarm panel operation and central station receiver

Reading of transmitted Contact-ID messages at remote installation

Reading of transmitted Contact-ID messages at central station

Testing central station telephone lines and alarm receiver operation

History file generation inside IP105 Alarm Monitor

 

 

 

Figure1 reading alarm messages at remote panel and central station in ATS1000

 

IP105R Alarm Remote Monitor outputs DC09 IP message to ER15A IP Receiver over Internet/Ethernet by reading Contact-ID messages over telephone line at remote alarm panel. If there is no Internet available, the received alarm messages are stored in EEROM inside the alarm monitor. Also at the same time, IP105C Alarm Central Monitor reads the exact Contact-ID alarm message that was sent to the central monitoring station at the telephone line and outputs DC09 IP message to ER15A IP Receiver over Internet/Ethernet. The IP message may includes data in the original Contact-ID alarm message with remote or central alarm monitor. An application program, CENTRALIP_V2.EXE displays and stores received alarm messages in PC via RS232 interface. IP105 may be brought back to a shop for reading history data in EEROM. Also note that ER15A can be selected to generate Sur-Gard MLR2E formatted string instead of decoded alarm messages at RS232 interface.

In order to test central station telephone lines and alarm receiver, AP15-2, PC Alarm Panel is used. ATS1000 app includes automatic telephone dialing and transmitting test messages. Test messages are transmitted continuously in 24/7 timing to your existing central station alarm receiver at any interval. Any problem or failed operation is reported as an email or as a text message. The auto dialer portion of ATS1000 app is shown below:

 

 

 

 

The screen shot of AP15DEMO2a.exe is shown above. Twenty central station telephone numbers are tested. Failed telephone line after trying three dialing attempts. After a number of successful tests, an email is also generated.

 

 

 

IP105 is shown in the above picture. IP105 box contains Internet/Ethernet connector, telephone jack, power connector, and power indicator. AC/DC power adapter is also included as a standard accessory.

 

ER15A is shown in the above picture. ER15A contains Internet/Ethernet connector, RS232 connector, power connector and power indicator. AC/DC power adapter is also included as a standard accessory.

 

Micro Seven, Inc.

1095-K N.E. 25th Ave.
Hillsboro, OR
97124 U.S.A.

phone: 503-693-6982, fax: 503-693-9742

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