DMP to Feature New Integrated Panel, Wireless Additions at ASIS 2006
September 13, 2006
Digital Monitoring Products, one of the few U.S. providers of control panels made in the United States, will feature its new XR100 integrated intrusion, fire, and access control panel plus additions to their 1100 Series Two-way Wireless line at the 2006 ASIS Convention, booths 2746 and 2647, in San Diego.
The XR100N Network version is a new integration solution for multi-site applications with Internet or LAN/WAN access. Built-in Ethernet communication provides UL High Line Security (UL AA) for advanced network monitoring and remote system access. Were positioning the XR100N for retail and residential markets to build on the success of our larger commercial applications where our network monitoring technologies have gained a strong foothold, said DMP VP of Sales, Gary Kallman.
DMP has equipped two-way wireless fobs with programmable LEDs that let users know when the system is ready to be armed, when the system is armed, and when a panic signal has been successfully sent. Fobs come in 4-button, 2-button, and 1-button versions. The 1100 Series Key Fobs are compatible with the XR500 Command Processor panels.
Used in ceiling-mount applications, the 1124 360 PIR offers a wide coverage pattern even at low mounting heights. Its especially immune to sunlight, halogen lights and fluorescent lights. With a built-in tamper switch and selectable high/low sensitivity, the 1124 is among the most flexible PIRs available. The 1124 is compatible with XRSuper6, XR20, XR40 and XR500 Command Processor panels.
Our wireless range and two-way communication open new markets to DMP dealers, including retrofit applications and large open areas such as warehouses and school auditoriums where running wire is costly or impossible due to structural barriers, Kallman said.
DMP is a privately held independent manufacturer of advanced alarm products that are designed and made in the United States of America. DMP is the recognized leader of alarm communication over data networks, with products that are available through professional alarm installing companies worldwide. For more information, contact Chris Schultz at (800) 641-4282, or visit dmp.com.