Remote Config
Remote Config - a technology that allows the alarm receiving centre to remotely access, manage, configure TRIKDIS devices and update their settings. Using the Remote Config technology saves security companies' employees’ time - modules' operating parameters can be configured in many objects at the same time from one central monitoring station.
PING technology ensures constant communication control between TRIKDIS transmitters and the alarm receiving centre. PING messages are sent periodically according to the user-defined intervals (5 to 1800 seconds). After identifying a communication disruption, transmitters shift to work in other communication technology. In case of communication failure, transmitters can also activate local alarm.
Dual Path
Continuous messages transmission to the alarm receiving centre in radio network is ensured by sending transmitters alarm messages in two frequencies. In GSM network - via 2 IP addresses or in different communication technologies.
Contact ID
TRIKDIS devices send messages forming them on the basis of Contact ID codes. Contact ID (also known as CID) protocol was created to transmit security systems` alarm messages via landline telephone lines in DMTF codes. Alarm messages are encoded in symbol combinations determined by Contact ID table. This technology ensures the transfer of a detailed information about events.
QPort - contact terminal pads which when taken out of a product, can be very easily put into another one. QPort technology makes it easy and fast to replace or upgrade existing equipment.
MCI (Module Connection Interface) is a universal interface which allows additional security modules – transmitters, control devices (such as the iButton key control system), etc. – to be connected to the security control panel.
VHF/UHF Radio Network
Alarm transmission through radio network. Autonomous network with full control, anywhere you want.
Integrated solutions
Our GSM, radio and Ethernet communicators are compatible with the majority of security control panels on the market. Connected directly to control panel's DATA BUS or PSTN telephone communicator, our devices can read and relay all messages generated by the security control panels.