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Section 1 General Information; About Alarmnet-I; About The 7810Ir; 7810Ir Features - Honeywell AlarmNet 7810iR Installation And Setup Gude

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About AlarmNet-i
AlarmNet-i is a fully encrypted secure method of delivering alarm messages from a protected
premise to an AlarmNet-i equipped central station. In a typical system, a 7845i Internet
Communication Module or Internet enabled user interface such as the 8132 Advanced User
Interface, routes status, supervisory, and alarm messages to the AlarmNet Control Center
using a broadband, internet connection. The AlarmNet Control Center identifies, validates
and forwards the messages to the appropriate 7810iR Central Station Receiver. AlarmNet-i
is implemented using TCP Internet protocol and 1024-bit encryption.
About the 7810iR
The 7810iR is the central station end of the AlarmNet-i reporting system. Using a
broadband Ethernet connection, the 7810iR receives Contact ID and ADEMCO high-speed
messages from the protected premises, locally displays them and simultaneously routes the
message to a LRR line card or directly to central station automation equipment.

7810iR Features

Automatic rollover to backup CS in the event of automation equipment failure.
Touch screen Graphical User Interface (GUI) for ease of use
Supports ADEMCO high-speed and ADEMCO Contact ID message formats
BlowFish 1024-bit message encryption
Buffers up to 100 messages
Selectable supervision period
Securely view and control from desk top via a secure web site remote access feature.
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The Remote Access feature has not been evaluated by UL.
Three automation modes for received messages:
1. Manual Mode: Stand-alone operation, received messages are displayed on the
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Manual Mode and Fail to Manual Mode cannot be used with UL installations.
2. LRR Line Card Mode: The 7810iR uses a serial interface to send received alarm
3. 685 Automation Mode: The 7810iR emulates the 685 digital receiver output
7810iR screen with an audible alert.
messages to an ADEMCO digital alarm receiver through a long-range radio line card.
protocol by using a direct serial interface to send incoming alarm messages to
automation equipment.
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