­­­­­­­­­NEW-Micro Seven Inc.® model ER20, stand-alone IP Alarm Receiver with LCD display for personal alarm system without using PC or servers at your office desk. It receives DC-09 compatible digital alarm messages from Contact-ID IP alarm panels like EM15 and IP104 over Internet. Telephone line input (FXO) is an optional feature.

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-Receiving multiple alarm messages from IP contact-ID panels in TCP and UDP protocols
-16x2 alphanumeric LCD display of decoded Contact-ID signals

-Contact-ID alarm message

-Instead of using static IP address, use dynamic DNS name for ER20

-Made in U.S.A.

2016-01-22 16.35.09



Model ER20 is shown in the above picture with Ethernet (network) connector and optional RS232 connector



The diagram below shows connection of ER20 to Internet for receiving alarm signal from IP104 and other IP alarm panels.







The diagram below shows connection of ER20 to Internet for receiving alarm signal via EM15 which is connected to standard Contact-ID alarm panel.










TCP and UDP servers


Compatible to ANSI/SIA DC-09 format 2007 and 2013 and DC-05 standard




Compatible to Micro Seven’s EM15 and IP104 and other alarm panels meeting ANSI/SIA DC-09 format standard


ANSI/SIA DC-09 2007 and 2013 for receiving data from your alarm panel

DC-05 digital communication standard (contact-



International AC/DC power adapter

RS232 Interface for programming ER20

Regular telephone line input (FXO)


Programming software for IP parameters

IP port numbers and DDNS parameters, which designated an external Internet name for each ER15 via Dynamic DNS or other services.

The factory default port number for TCP and UDP: 9999



Power input, 2.1mm jack with center positive

Power requirement: 12VDC @200mA by provided AC/DC power adapter

Ethernet connector


Unique MAC address


DYNDNS updating feature included with programming software of DYNDNS updating parameters.


Packets receiving:


(CRC codes) “ADM-CID”) (event sequence number)(receiver number)(account pref.)(account number)(alarm events, zone, partition)(MAC address)(time stamp)<CR>


Display method:

SEQUENCE#: 123456 567818111012223


SEQUENCE #: 123456

The raw message mode displays “sequence#:” 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). 

110 Fire Alarms

A:5678 New/Open

The other mode displays decoded alarm messages including alarm code, description of alarm code, account number, new/restore/status, zone, and partition number.                                                  



110 Fire alarm

P:12 ZON/USR:222

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.



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

Micro Seven, Inc. ®

1095-K N.E. 25th Hillsboro, OR 97229 U.S.A.

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

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