Provides An Across the Board Compatibility of Data Communications Into Security Networks
San Jose, Calif. (PRWEB) -- Radicom Research, Inc., a leading designer and manufacturer of dial-up and wireless RF modems for Embedded Applications, announces immediate availability of its V92HM4-RC, a Contact-ID support Embedded Modem Module designed for Home and Business Security Alarm Systems.
The self-contained dial-up modem module supports Ademco’s DTMF Contact ID protocol published by SIA (Security Industry Association). Utilizing standard DTMF tones, via proper AT Commands, an alarm system with V92HM4-RC modem inside can transmit an emergency signal to a monitoring station, the station generates a Kiss-off tone telling the communicator the tone has been received. After the Kiss-off, the modem then restores the telephone line for standard voice communications.
The V92HM4-RC provides an across the board compatibility of data communications between equipment designed to meet the “Contact ID” protocol regardless of manufacturers.
Measuring just 1.0” X 1.0” X 0.25”, the modem has a built-in data pump, modem controller and on-board International DAA. The Serial TTL interface modem features –40oC to +85oC operating temperature. Its cost-saving line-in-use feature eliminates the need for maintaining a dedicated phone line in many applications. Other features include 3KV high voltage isolation (on selectable models), Caller ID type I and II, V.17, V.29 Fax Class 1 and Class 2, Telephone and TAM support.
“The small footprint and ease of use of this Contact-ID support 56Kbps modem enables designers to provide connectivity to their applications in a very small space, adding value to products with its advanced communication features,” said Alex Tsau, Vice President of Operations for Radicom Research. “Our V92HM4-RC mod
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