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DMP Presents the all new iComSLF Fire Network Communicator for Any FACP

June 18, 2015

iComSLF Units Ship July 9, 2015, Pre-Order Today!

We are excited to launch the highly anticipated iComSLF Universal Network Communicator. The iComSLF provides fully supervised alarm communication over network or Internet connections. Pre-order units today, and they will ship on July 9th.

To learn more about the iComSLF, click here to register for the iComSL Release Webinar on July 15, 2015 at 1 p.m. CDT.

“In the event of fire, it’s essential to have a fast, reliable communication path from the panel to the Central Station,” said Vice President of Sales, Mark NeSmith. “When the iComSL series of universal network alarm communicators was introduced, it created an easy upgrade path to provide older panels with all the benefits of network communication. The new iComSLF takes those benefits a step further by adding the ability to use the communicator in commercial fire systems.”

Once installed, the communicator captures the Contact ID, and forwards it to the selected Central Station using the account number entered by the installer. The communicator can also be connected to the host panel using four zone inputs or even monitor the alarm bell output to sense the bell cadence. 

The primary function of this network unit is to provide alarm dealers with a fire solution to update existing customer panels or takeovers. Dealers don’t have to worry about lock-out codes; they can just add the DMP iComSLF unit onto the existing ‘dialer’ installations and benefit from DMP Alarm features. Panic, Fire and Burglar signals will be sent to DMP receivers with full reporting capabilities.

 Full iComSLF system programming over network is available using Virtual Link™ which includes zone information and Central Station communications. Virtual Link allows companies to deploy iComSLFs at an accelerated rate, quickly programming them from the same website that activates the unit, to keep up with the demand of 2G upgrade requirements.

The iComSLF meets the NFPA 72 standard for single communications technology and can be added to most existing panels.

See the entire Cellular and Network Universal Communicator family of products: