The T-Link TL250 is DSCís next generation of low-cost, high-performance network alarm communicators. It uses the latest digital networking technologies to provide secure Internet communications over a private network (LAN/WAN) or the Internet between the control panel and the Sur-Gardô System III central station receiver. This method provides flexibility and an always-on, two-way line of communication. The T-Link TL250 communication stream is small and requires only a limited amount of network bandwidth; therefore ensuring the integrity of the data being transferred never becomes compromised. To reduce security risks, the T-Link TL250 utilizes industry-leading 128-bit AES encryption, polling and hardware substitution protection.
To ensure dependable and timely event notification, the T-Link TL250 is capable of reporting to two different receiver IP addressesĖ a back-up feature that allows communication to continue in the event one of the IP addresses is inaccessible. The T-Link TL250 can also be programmed to communicate events to two different e-mail addresses. These e-mail addresses can be associated with a personal computer, pager, enabled mobile phone or PDA.
Programming the T-Link TL250 can be accomplished locally using the control panel keypad or T-Link Console software over the IP network connection made directly to T-Link TL250ís Ethernet port.
By interfacing to T-Link TL250ís four on-board programmable inputs, the unit can be configured to operate as a stand-alone communicator for interfacing existing third-party control equipment. Full two-way communication with the alarm panel and the Sur-Gard System III receiverís IP line card, the SG-DRL3-IP, allows for alarm reporting as well as remote diagnostics and system administration of panel events, user codes and control capabilities.
The T-Link TL250 utilizes industry-leading 128-bit AES encryption, polling, hardware substitution protection, and ap plication-specific hardware to help eliminate security risks. Because the T-Link TL250 communication stream is minimal and draws only small amounts of network bandwidth, data transfer remains timely and accurate.
Simple installation of the T-Link TL250 is assured through utilization of the built-in PC-Link and T-Link Console software. Administration of accounts can be accomplished over the Internet from anywhere in the world using DSCís DLS download software - no other software application is required. Software updates can be downloaded remotely from any personal computer as the hardware platform of the T-Link TL250 features Flash upgradeable memory.
The T-Link TL250 is compatible with the following control panels via the built-in PC-Link: New PowerSeries panels, Power864 PC5020 (version 3.2 or higher), MAXSYS PC4020 (version 3.31 or higher), Direct trigger inputs of the T-Link TL250 can be controlled by outputs on any control panel. Central station IP receiver: Sur-Gard System lll with SG-DRL3-IP line card.
- Supported by the New PowerSeries panels, Power864, and MAXSYS control panels via built-in PC-Link, or stand-alone mode for all other
- Two-way, always-on IP communication
- Works over local LAN/WAN network or the Internet
- 128-bit AES encryption (NIST approved)
- Supports DHCP (dynamic IP addresses)
- Reports events to two different receiver IP addresses
- Polling and hardware substitution protection
- Low network bandwidth requirements
- Compatible with 10/100BaseT networks
- Four on-board programmable inputs (expandable to 12 using PC5108 zone expander module)
- Two programmable voltage outputs
- Programmable through the panel keypad or T-Link Console software
- Software upgrades via network
- Download control panel via Internet with DLS2002 software
Note: Delivery time for this product may be delayed, we will advise via e-mail.