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Supervised network automation computer links supports

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Supervised network automation computer links Supports up to 3200 network accounts (depending on supervision interval) Supports Ethernet communications C. Central Processing Unit (CPU): The CPU shall include the following features: Re-programmable FLASH memory for software upgrades and future product enhancements Direct interface to automation computers Event acknowledgement can be automation or manual push-button 20,000 event history buffer D. Inputs and Outputs: The Inputs and Outputs shall include the following features: Three serial ports o RS232 – DB9 connector o 2 Com ports – standard o 1 Com port – optional One parallel port o DB25 connector Two programmable inputs Two programmable outputs I/O signal isolation and transient suppression E. Separate telephone line terminator cards for isolation and transient suppression F. Front panel LCD display for manually reviewing status and event information Conettix IP A&E Specifications 45998C Page 6 © 2005 Bosch Security Systems
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Conettix IP Architectural & Engineering Specifications G. Front panel access for easy service of CPU card and line cards H. PC-based platform design for future expandability 2.1.3 Central Station Receiver System Interface Requirements All Installations: The Central Station Receiver shall be installed in accordance with the National Electrical Code, the National Fire Alarm Code, NFPA 72 and the Local Authority Having Jurisdiction. UL Installations: The Central Station Receiver shall be installed in accordance with the following UL requirements: A. Underwriters Laboratories (UL) Standard 827 requires that any central station listed for NFPA 72, Central Station Protective Signaling, UL Central Station Burglary and/or Police Station Connect Service must have a redundant receiver on premises to be used in the event that the primary receiver malfunctions. B. UL Standard 827 also states that the Central Station Receiver operator must be able to switch from one receiver to a standby receiver within 30 seconds. C. NFPA 72 requires that if more than eight telco lines are used, then receiving equipment must be completely duplicated so switch-over can be accomplished in 30 seconds. (Per NFPA 72- 1996 4-5.3.2.2.1.1) D. Burglar Alarm Applications: The Central Station Receiver is intended to be installed in accordance with UL Standard 827 for Central Station Burglar Alarm Systems. To supervise certificated accounts, this receiver must be used in a central station that has backup AC power per UL 827. E. Fire Alarm Applications: The Central Station Receiver is suitable for Central Station Signaling when it is installed and used in compliance with NFPA 72. 2.1.4 Central Station Receiver System Hardware Description The Central Station Receiver System shall be provided, at minimum, with the following components. Additional accessories shall be provided based on the quantities and features required for the application.
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