Commercial Dual Path Fire, LTEV Verizon Alarm Communicator, Powered by Control Panel Input: 12-24VDC (100mA @ 24VDC w/Peak RF Transmission Draw of 200mA).
Commercial Fire Alarm Cellular &/or IP Fire Alarm LTE Communicators.
Universal full event sole & dual path cellular &/or IP commercial fire alarm reporting from any panel brand, virtually anywhere nationwide.
Code-compliant, replaces 2 POTs lines per FACP saves thousands of dollars per year over the leased landlines.
Supports 12V-24V control panels and FACPs that communicate using Contact ID and 4/2 (such as on legacy panels), as primary or backup.
Full data Reporting to any Central Station nationwide via choice of LTE Networks, Verizon® or AT&T®. Communicate critical life and safety alarm reports on LTE (Long Term Evolution) 10+ year life, cyber-protected multi-billion dollar cellular network, for maximum life safety & liability protection.
Proven to work even where other’s won’t using Signal Boost™ & twin dual diversity antennas - Max. signal acquisition & null avoidance (receives signals simultaneously on both antennas).
Easiest installation, powered by panel, NO extra power supply, NO extra conduit (Excludes Direct AC-Powered “-PS” models, with transformer option.)
Dual Path Cellular/IP Models Save Time & Money uniquely including 4 programmable EOLR zone inputs; 2 Form C Relay outputs (no extra supervision modules to buy or install); plus, 2 Telephone-style jacks for easy FACP-connection. Self-supervised on 4 wires.
Preactivated to ensure communications saves time and labor onsite.
LED Status /Trouble Indicators 3 Radio Status LED Indicators (visible from outside standard model housing) - Green, Signal Strength; Amber- Busy/Activation; Red-Trouble (4 additional LEDs, not visible, for network status & troubleshooting). Power LED indicator viewable on outer metal enclosure models.
Over-the-Air Upgradable Communicator Firmware remote ability for critical/mandatory updates, without a truck-roll. Cost-saving models and plans for any code requirement dramatic savings over monthly dedicated landline charges.
Napco StarLink Universal Fire Alarm Communicators:
Sole Path Cellular and Dual Path Cellular &/or IP Models.
Choice of LTE Networks Verizon or AT&T models.
Choice of plans(varies by model) - check-ins from 200 seconds to 5-minutes, and from 1 hour; up to 6 hours for dual path.
Patented Signal Boost™ and Dual Diversity Antenna for maximum signal acquisition & null avoidance, receiving signals simultaneously on both antennae.
Money-saving Trade up incentive credit for security professionals, on new or retrofit fire systems, i.e., trade up missing/retired POTs lines, old radios & networks or new installations.
Bonus Full High-Speed Napco Panel remote uploading/downloading.
Compliances NFPA 72 Editions: 2019, 2016, 2013, 2010, 2007; UL 864, 10th Ed., UL1610, UL985, UL1023, NYCFD; CSFM; LAFD. SLE-LTEAI-CFB:
Dimension: 9.63" x 11.75" x 3.38"(HWD)
LTE Network: AT&T.
Wi-Fi Option: Yes.
Unique Onboard Labor/Cost-Saver Features: 2 Telco jacks for EZ FACP Connect; 4 Programmable EOLR zone inputs; 2 Form C Relay outputs (avoids reqt for supervision module).
Electrical Input: Panel-Powered Tech’y: Input Voltage: 10-25VDC, Input Current: 162mA to 100mA standby; 300mA peak during transmissions.
Inputs: IN1, IN2, IN3, IN4, IN5.
Input Ratings: IN1: 9-25VDC Max input current 2mA; IN2,IN3,IN4,IN5: 9-25VDC Max input current 1.2mA.
Outputs: OUT1, OUT2, PGM3.
Output Ratings: OUT1,OUT2: Dry Contact, Form C Relay, 30V AC/DC, 500mA Max, PGM3: Open Collector Outputs Max 3V when active, Max 25V when active. Max current 24mA@ 25V.
Other Power Supply (Optional): Transformer (TRF12 16VAC, 20VA transformer). Must Specify “PS” When Ordering.
Category: Access Control, Alarms & Intercom, Burglar Alarms, Control Panels/Keypads
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