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D6600: Communication Receiver/Gateway D6610: CPU Card D6615: CPU Terminator Card D6640: Telephone Network Line Card D6641: Telephone Network Line Card (Expanded Memory) D6645: Telephone Network Line Terminator Card SPECIFIER TO LIST TYPES AND QUANTITIES OF ACCESSORIES REQUIRED FOR THE APPLICATION. ITEMS AND DESCRIPTIONS WHICH ARE LISTED BELOW AND ARE NOT RELEVANT TO YOUR APPLICATION SHOULD BE DELETED Central Station Receiver System Accessories: D6672: COM 1 Expansion Kit L6600: Literature Binder (hard copy) P6601: D6600 Battery Cable P6602: D6600 I/O Cable Conettix IP A&E Specifications 45998C Page 7 © 2005 Bosch Security Systems
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Conettix IP Architectural & Engineering Specifications 2.2 NETWORK ADAPTER 2.2.1 Network Adapter System Description The Network Adapter specified herein shall connect a Central Station Receiver to a LAN/WAN or The Internet with an Ethernet topology. A. The Network Adapter shall provide the following connections: An RJ45 connector for connection to the data network Ethernet HUB. A RS232 – DB25 serial port with DCE configuration for connection to the Central Station Receiver. B. The following LED indicators shall appear on the Network Adapter: Three LEDs that indicate adapter and serial connection status Four LEDs that indicate the status of the Ethernet network connection. 2.2.2 Network Adapter Hardware Description The Network Adapter shall be Bosch model D6680. Each Network Adapter shall be provided, at minimum, with the following components. Additional accessories shall be provided based on the quantities and features required for the application. D6680-E120: Network Adapter, Ethernet, 120/240 VAC Serial communications cable: RS232 – DB25 DCE to RS232 – DB9 DTE AC plug-in transformer Manuals Conettix IP A&E Specifications 45998C Page 8 © 2005 Bosch Security Systems
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Conettix IP Architectural & Engineering Specifications 2.3 DIALER CAPTURE MODULE (DCM) 2.3.1 Dialer Capture Module System Description The Dialer Capture Module specified herein shall connect an alarm panel’s digital dialer to a LAN/WAN or The Internet with an Ethernet topology. The DCM shall connect between the alarm panel’s digital dialer and an Ethernet Hub via a RJ45 connector. 2.3.2 Dialer Capture Module Feature/Capability Summary The following indicates system software/hardware capabilities, capacities and formats: A. Operation of the Dialer Capture Module (DCM): When the dialer has something to report, the DCM shall provide the signals and voltages necessary to cause the dialer to operate as though it was connected to a central station digital receiver through a PSTN. The DCM shall decode the transmitted dialer message and present the information via the network to the central monitoring receiver. The DCM shall provide modular jacks for the following connections: o PANEL: intended for connection to a dialer via a modular telephone cord o TELCO: intended for connection to an RJ31X jack o ETHERNET: intended for connection to the data network Ethernet HUB.
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