Telular Wireless Universal GSM Commercial Fire Cellular Alarm Communicator for DIYers!




Telular TG-7FS Product Description:
The TG-7FS is an extension of Telular’s cellular alarm communicator product line. It is the ideal cellular alarm communications solution for commercial fire systems. The TG-7FS transmits alarm signals from the fire panel over the digital cellular network to GeoArm’s nationwide central alarm monitoring station. Compliant with the 2010 Edition of NFPA 72, the TG-7FS can serve as the sole communications path for the fire alarm system, replacing all of the landlines currently dedicated to the master control unit. On average, cellular monitoring costs the end user significantly less than a dedicated landline. For each landline replaced with the TG-7FS, the monthly phone communications bill decreases. By being able to signal failures to GeoArm’s nationwide central station within five minutes of an outage, the TG-7FS can be installed as the sole path for commercial fire installations. For existing installations, all landlines can be swapped for a single TG-7FS because of the new five minute supervision mode. The TG-7FS can also be installed as a backup path, and upgraded to sole path at a later date. Telguard technology allows full data reporting for unlimited point-to-point alarm signal details and maximum transmitting power for superior in-building penetration. The TG-7FS is easy to install, economical, and UL-Listed.

TG-7FS Features:

  • Meets UL 864 requirements for sole, primary or backup path alarm communications
  • Supports virtually all alarm formats for universal alarm panel compatibility
  • Transmits full event data from security and fire systems to GeoArm central alarm monitoring station
  • Minimizes false alarms by providing dual paths for self-tests
  • Full data reporting
  • Power Supply with battery harness
  • Automatic self-test (5 min. & daily)
  • Locking red metal enclosure
  • Two programmable supervisory trip outputs
  • Telephone line monitor built-in, with Standard Line Security
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