GPRS Wireless Products

Sometimes a single path internet connection is simply not enough and this is where our dualpath IP & GPRS Communicators come into their own.

GPRS Alarm


The GPRS modem transports alarm signals wirelessly to the monitoring server in around 2 seconds. A five minute supervision interval is possible on a 1 Mbyte per Month data plan.

Full End-Unit status report on each Supervision signal, including I/O status, Power & Battery status, and GSM Received Signal Strength (RSSI) at the End-Unit.

Full Upload/Download of all Parameters and Status Request Report - over the GPRS channel.

8 individually programmable Inputs

Remote Control of End-Unit outputs via the GPRS channel.

Diginet IP Communicator Diginet

Features that are unique to the Diginet IP board make it our most advanced product to date. Its ability to traverse even the most awkward NAT networks without a requirement for port forwarding provides for seamless integration of ANY alarm control panel and the vast majority of IP Cameras. Connection to our GPRS board provides a robust dual path solution with both paths fully supervised. The DigiNet can also connect to the panel RS232 serial port and supports 2-way communication where available. It has 16 digital outputs and add-on relay boards are available that allow the monitoring centre to remotely control ancillary devices. Special interface software is provided to configure the board via a serial port. Diginet Setup..

Linksys Alarm Monitoring Solution

Linksys Alarm Monitoring When our custom alarm monitoring settings are downloaded into any "off the shelf" Linksys VoIP adapter or router, they enable the device to act as a DTMF protocol IP alarm transmitter. To gain full control of the network environment, VoIP service providers are taken out of the equation, no third party signal handling is required and the adapter communicates directly with a Virtual Receiver on your Monitoring Center server. This is a true "End to End" solution.

Where two-way voice, Pulse or FSK formats are required, signals are sent to one of your existing PSTN alarm receivers via a Receiver Conversion Device. This removes the requirement to purchase new IP receivers and protects your investment in existing equipment. The Receiver Conversion Devices are protocol independent and will allow your installers to send signals over IP from ANY panel modem or digital communicator - regardless of how old it is. The Linksys SPA3102 model can function as part of a dualpath solution by allowing PSTN/GSM pass-through. When the alarm panel dials the primary phone number, the signal goes via the Internet if available. If the signal fails, the panel will dial it's secondary number and the signal will go via the GSM network.


The CellAlarm-GSM is a device that allows an alarm panel to communicate directly with a conventional PSTN based alarm receiver at the ARC over the GSM Network. It is generally used as a secondary backup device for alarm monitoring, however, it can just as easily be used with voice dialers. It is alarm protocol independent and will transmit whatever comes out of the panel.

GSM Alarm There is no recurring fee for this device and the only ongoing cost is that charged by the GSM network provider of your choice for their SIM card. As far as a conventional alarm receiver is concerned, it does not know the difference between an alarm signal sent over a landline and one sent from the CellAlarm over the GSM network. Simply plug the alarm panel, alarm dialer or digital communicator into the first RJ11 socket on the CellAlarm for a single path solution. If you require a dual path solution, the device can be connected to a Linksys SPA3102 If the IP network is available, it will be used to transmit alarms. If the landline is cut or the internet connection lost, alarms from the panel will be sent by the CellAlarm via the GSM network. Two way voice is supported for audio confirmation of security alarms and for medical monitoring.