Remote Config – a technology that allows the Central Monitoring Station 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 Central Monitoring Station.
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.
Continuous messages transmission to the Central Monitoring Station 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.
Alarm messages in GSM network can be sent via:
- GPRS (General packet radio service), transmitting via appointed control panel IP address. In case of connection failure with main IP address, module transmits messages via alternative IP address.
- GSM voice, transmitting alarm messages via call in a mobile network or DTMF codes.
- SMS – sending alarm messages via SMS messages.
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.
Nowadays most manufacturers use Contact ID protocol. Therefore TRIKDIS equipment which uses this protocol is easily adaptable to various security and surveillance equipment already in use by our clients.
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.
For our clients who seek to ensure a more reliable message transmission, we advise sending messages via several communication channels simultaneously. MCI interface is common in almost all UAB Trikdis products, so you can freely choose the hardware configuration.
Additional communication channels within the MCI interface can be ensured by:
- Connecting SP131 or SP133 modules with radio T10, Ethernet E10, or GSM G10 transmitters. This way alarm messages are transmitted simultaneously – i.e. via both channels at the same time.
- Connecting transmitter’s G10 MCI interface with radio T10, Ethernet E10 or GSM G10 transmitters’ DATA interfaces.
- Connecting radio T10, Ethernet E10 or GSM GM10 transmitters to R11 VHF/UHF radio receivers. This way alarm messages are sent in series i.e. one after another via radio T10, Ethernet E10 and (or) GSM 10 transmitters in a determined sequence.
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.
VHF/UHF Radio Network
- Communications network can be created in VHF or UHF radio.
- Local network transmitting distance 5-20km.Messages can be transmitted through unlimited distances by using repeaters, which forward messages through radio, Ethernet or GPRS chanels.
- Contact ID protocol. Messages are sent in Contact ID protocol, delivering detailed information about events (unique object number, type of the event, event location and etc.)
- Silmultaneus transmission in parallel frequencies. Messages are transmitted through two parallel frequencies in the same radio band, ensuring the delivery of alarm messages.
- Messages are transmitted in only 75-95 ms. Significantly reduced delivery time allows to transmit messages from a higher number of objects through one radio frequency.
- Communication control. Transmitters send periodic “Ping” messages in order to monitor communication between the transmitter and receiver.
The main feature of our GSM, radio and Ethernet communicators is that they 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. Our transmitters are easily integrated into existing security systems in premises. It allows security companies to avoid additional costs arising from the incompatibility of existing and new elements in updated security systems.
- Fully compatible. Our GSM, radio and Ethernet communicators transfer full alarm information from the majority of security control panels on the market, therefore it is easy to integrate TRIKDIS communicators into existing security system.
- Centralized control and configuration. Our communicators can be mass configured and controlled remotely from the central monitoring station.
- Reduced expenses for inventory and its administration. When using TRIKDIS devices, only one receiver is required to receive alarm information from security control panels made by various brands, therefore there is no need to change any equipment you already have. This helps to reduce costs and simplify the administration of security company’s inventory.
- Simple installation. Device settings can be loaded easily before installation, for many modules at once via USB.
- Message transmission trough several communication channels. TRIKDIS GSM communicators can send messages to primary or back-up IP address. If the connection is lost, alarm messages are sent with SMS messages or in DTMF codes. For additional security, parallel radio or Ethernet transmitters can be connected. Meanwhile our radio transmitters can communicate via several radio frequencies.
- Internationally recognized communication technologies. TRIKDIS equipment is being used by many successful security companies worldwide.