Designed to suit Integriti and Inception, the Inovonics RF LAN module provides an interface for Inovonics one-way security transmitters such as detectors, universal transmitters and user pendants. The number of devices supported is determined by the controller input and user licencing. There are no auxiliaries on this module.
Power is sourced from the Integriti or Inception LAN or a separate battery-backed external supply. Depending on type, transmitters are processed as zone inputs or user RF remotes. Some devices can be processed as either type depending on how they are enrolled in the system. repeaters can be used to extend the range of the system. The repeater device ID can be assigned to an RF zone input to allow repeater problems to be monitored.
Up to 32 detectors can be monitored by each module as zone inputs. User pendant transmissions can be received via any RF expander module in the system. Transmitters must be registered via simple procedures before they can be used. Once registered, system programming is then performed to specify their operations. An RF zone indicates an alarm state when the device is in alarm, and a tamper state when the housing is opened.