PSTN/IP Converter (Art. no. AZWG10200)

  • Converts analog reporting protocols to digital protocols and reports them to monitoring stations
  • 8 programmable wired inputs
  • Integrated GPRS module
  • Dual security: redundancy through ethernet and GPRS
  • Housing tamper protected

PSTN/IP Converter (Art. no. AZWG10200)

We expressly recommend having this product installed by a certified specialist.

The PSTN/IP converter converts analog reporting protocols into digital protocols and reports these to a monitoring station. E.g. VdS IP, CID, SIA DC09 are supported. You can also use the 8 wired inputs. Thereby older analog systems can be still used in the future. The housing is tamper protected and has some LED indication. It is also possible to have a encryption for the reported messages. The AZWG10200 is ideal to keep e.g. the ABUS Terxon alarm systems still reporting to the monitoring stations in the future.
The following digital protocols are implemented:
SIA DC-03 - SIA DC-09 - SIA DC-09 Encrypt - SIA DC-09 A.Ascii - SIA DC-09 A.Encrypt - CID DC-09 encrypted - VdS-IP 2465 Bedarfsgesteuert - VdS-IP 2465 Bedarfsgesteuert Verschlüsselt

Art. no.: AZWG10200
VdS class: none
Dimensions: (WxHxD) 150 x 190 x 64 mm
Number of voice messages: 0
Type of inputs: Wire
Width: 150 mm
Gross weight: 0,338 kg
Inputs: 8
Remote access:
Height: 190 mm
Length: 64 mm
Power consumption: 2,04 W
Installation location: On-Wall
Net weight: 0,338 kg
Backup power supply: No
Tamper monitoring:
DC voltage supply: 12 V

Scope of delivery:

  • 1x Communicator
  • 1x Network cable
  • 1x Antenna 3 meter
  • 1x Mounting material
  • 1x Safety instructions
  • 1x QuickGuide

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