Monitoring equipment. Central monitoring stations
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Receiving data from facility equipment

Use central monitoring stations to create backup and main (in case of impossible using of TCP/IP) communication channels through:

  • PSTN;
  • voice GSM;
  • CSD GSM (v.32 and v.110).

The stations operate with our own equipment as well as with different third party equipment using for data transfer the
Ademco ContactID protocol. For example:

  • ISECO,
  • Ademco,
  • Paradox,
  • Visonic,
  • and others.

Receiving data through wired phone network

PSTN/USB and PSTN/IP monitoring stations receive data through
a wired communication channel which can be an option in
Contact GSM-16, Contact GSM-5 (GSM-5-2), Contact GSM-5-RT2,
Contact GSM-5-RT3 and some other panels.
Also due to the above channel the monitoring stations operate
as a receiving monitoring equipment for third party security devices.

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Receiving data through cellular networks

GSM/USB and GSM/IP monitoring stations use GSM networks of cellular providers to receive data. This allows the monitoring equipment to receive events from facility devices through a GSM CSD channel
(v.32 and v.110) and a voice GSM network channel.

Transfer data to the monitoring software

Central monitoring stations operate with the Ritm monitoring software and third party monitoring software without using
of the RITM.LINK software router.
Regardless of the used station type data from it transfers
in the common Surgard protocol.

Reliability and simplicity

Central monitoring station operates on the main 220V power source
as well as on 12V power supply. So uninterrupted and reliable operation is provided by alternative supply circuits based
on high-capacity batteries.
If the monitoring software fails to receive an event from a monitoring station the station supports standalone operation: receiving events from a facility equipment, storing then in its memory and acknowledging them.
Received events are transferred to the monitoring software as soon
as this becomes possible.
You do not need to configure monitoring stations to operate with equipment of the Ritm company.

Visual display

In contrast with stationary modems central monitoring stations
are equipped with LCD displays to show diagnostics information
and events received from facility security equipment in the Ademco ContactID format.

External GSM antenna + Not required
Communication network GSM PSTN
Number of communication networks 1 1
Transmission type GSM CSD v.32, GSM CSD v.110,
voice GSM
Data exchange protocol for security panels Ademco ContactID
Exchange protocol for monitoring software server Surgard
Monitoring software server connection method Ethernet USB or RS232 Ethernet USB or RS232
Non-volatile memory 30 records 30 records 32 records 30 records
LCD display +
Supply voltage AC: 220 V, 50 Hz
DC: 12 V
Maximum energy consumption
(upon data transfer)
1 A 1 A 1 A 0,3 mA
Dimensions 47x156x150 mm
Operating temperature range -40…+50 °С

Stations with USB interface

GSM/USB and PSTN/USB monitoring stations transfer data
to the monitoring software through USB or an RS232 port.
It is recommended to use them for data transfer to third party receiving software.

Stations with LAN interface

GSM/IP and PSTN/IP monitoring stations with built-in Ethernet interface effortlessly transfer data from security panels to the GEO.RITM monitoring software.
Stations can be combined into pools and installed separately
from server applications.

For example, GEO.RITM can be hosted at the server located in Italy and monitoring stations can be installed in Spain, Portugal, France and other countries where the guard service company provides its services.

Monitoring stations operate without configuring: just connect to them a local network or Internet.
Central monitoring stations with Ethernet interface operate in a virtual private network because they support data transfer through VPN.

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