­­­­­­­­­Micro Seven Inc.® model RAP15-3, IP Alarm Dialer receives http messages over Internet, dials telephone numbers and transmit Contact-ID messages at telephone line interface or sends DC09 type IP messages to DC09 receiver/server
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Model RAP15-3 with Ethernet interface, RS232 interface and telephone line interface are shown in the above picture.

 

After receiving http command from TCP client for mode 1 for dialing telephone number at telephone line interface and sending Contact-ID message or mode 2 for sending DC09 messages to alarm receiver:

 

Mode 1 as a telephone dialer: The following http command is required at Internet browser:

 

Format is as follows:

http://(IP address of RAP15-3)/(PIN)&t1=(primary telephone number of central station)&t2=(backup telephone number of central station)&c=(contact-ID message)

 

examples:

http://192.168.1.2/password&t1=18005559999&t2=18001234567&c=4429181601456780&ID=RAP15-3testing3

 

Dialing telephone numbers are primary telephone number after “&t1=” and back-up telephone number after “&t2=” character string.

Contact-ID message is after “&c=” character string. Checksum character at the end of contact-ID message is not needed in the http string because RAP15-3 prepares a correct checksum for message transmission.

 

The reply message to the client is as follows:

 

Dialer command accepted
 
 

The status inquiry command is required to find whether alarm message is delivered or not.

The command format is:

 

http://(IP address of RAP15-3)/(PIN)&telstatus

 

The reply is one of the following:

1.      IP or Telephone Dialer Busy or unacceptable command

It indicates that the telephone dialer is either dialing or sending message to alarm receiver.

2.      Message Success

3.      Call Failed

 

Mode 2 as an Internet client function for opening a socket for distant DC09 IP receiver/server and transmit DC09 type messages to the server

 

Format is as follows:

 

http://(IP address of RAP15-3)/(PIN)&mode=(0 or 1)&ap=(account prefix)&i=(IP address)&p=(IP port number)&c=(contact-ID message)

 

Contact-ID message is after “&c=” character string. Checksum character at the end of contact-ID message is not needed in the http string.

 

“&ap=” is a header string for account prefix.

“&i=” is a header string for IP address of IP receiver, which is not RAP15-3.

“&p=” is a header string for Internet port number of IP receiver.

“&mode=0” for SIA DC09 2007 specification, “&mode=1” for SIA DC09 2013 specification

&c=(contact ID message)

Example:

http://192.168.1.2/password&mode=1&ap=AAA&i=192.168.1.3&p=9999&c=442918160145678&ID=RAP15-1testing7

 

The above example is shown with DC09 2013 mode, account prefix of AAA, receiver/server IP address of 192.168.1.3, IP port of 9999, contact-ID message of 442918160145678, and RAP15-1testing7 as the message ID field.

 

The reply message to the client is as follows:

 

1.       Message Success

2.      Call Failed

 

 

Remote Reset:

Instrument is reset like a power-up condition when it receives “&remotereset” character string.

Example:

http://(IP address of RAP15-3)/(PIN)&remotereset

 

Error messages:

Wrong PIN or inadequate messages components results the following error message.

 

No-PIN or unauthorized access

 

Power-up wait time: 15 seconds of power-up wait time after turning on the power of RAP15-3 or sending Remote Reset command. RAP15-3 initializes sockets connections during powering up RAP15-3.

 

Socket depth of http server: three

 

Standards:

Accepts both DC-09 2007 and DC-09 2013 draft specifications

DC-05 digital communication standard (contact-ID)

 

Ethernet/Internet specifications

 

TCP server (for programming PIN and Dynamic DNS updating)

HTTP server

Unique MAC address for each RAP15

Domain Name Service resolution

ICMP-server (ping)

Dynamic DNS Client Update for dyndns.com

DHCP client

 

Made in U.S.A.

 

Line Input Jacks: USOC-RJ11-C, standard modular phone jack

 

Programming of password and DYNDNS update data: by Windows programming software

 

Telephone line interface:

High voltage isolation: 1500VRMS between lines and case or Ethernet connector.

Signal isolation: telephone coupling transformer

Off-hook impedance: 50 ohms typical

High on-hook impedance is obtained by off-hook mechanical relay.

 

AC/DC Adapter(provided with RAP15): 117VAC +/- 5%, or 90-240VAC +/- 5% with optional international AC/DC adapter

AC/DC Adapter or Car Battery Adapter input: 12VDC regulated, 200mA maximum 

Line Status Display: red LED to indicate off-hook status (continuous on) 

Power-On Indicator: green LED display

Weight: 400g (0.8 LBS.)

 

Standards:

Accepts both DC-09 2007 and DC-09 2013 draft specifications

DC-05 digital communication standard (contact-ID)

 

Weight: 400g (0.8 LBS.)

Environmental: Operating temperature: 0 to 30 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.

 

Options and Accessories:

International AC/DC power adapter with four different power plugs (US, UK, Europe and Australia)

 

References:

 

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

 

SIA DC09 2007

SIA DC09 2013 draft proposal

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