Expandable control panel

December 2001 Access Control & Identity Management

The Power 864 from DSC offers eight-zone basic control expandable to 64 by using any one or a combination of the three expansion methods viz, wireless, hardwire or two-wire analog addressable. Along with the extra zones the panel now also boasts eight true partitions with the capability of scheduled auto-arming per partition per day of the week.

The panel supports all major formats including the well-known SIA and contact ID, however, with an added feature for SIA and Contact ID being automatic reporting option. This feature ensures that the correct signals are sent to the control station. DSC has also included the Links 1000 GSM cellular communicator option as offered in all the power range panels.

Due to the fact that insurance companies are now calling for event memory in a control panel to back up in the event of a burglary condition, DSC has a 256-event buffer that accurately records the time and date of the event, into a nonvolatile precessor. Additional user features of the Power 864 include Group Bypass and Bypass Recall.

For further details contact Elvey International on tel: (011) 401 6700, e-mail: sales@elvey.co.za

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