5100 - Uplink Universal Broadband Internet Alarm Communicator (Compatible with Most Panels)

5100 - Uplink Universal Broadband Internet Alarm Communicator (Compatible with Most Panels)
5100 - Uplink Universal Broadband Internet Alarm Communicator (Compatible with Most Panels)
Item# L3-5100

Please Note: The Uplink 5100 broadband internet alarm communicator has been discontinued without replacement.

Uplink 5100 Product Description:

The Uplink 5100 is a universal broadband internet alarm communicator works with most exiting alarm systems. The Uplink 5100 communicator expands the capability of a dial up alarm system to transmit signals over the internet to GeoArm's nationwide central alarm monitoring station.

Uplink's 5100 is a cost effective solution where broadband internet service exists, and where no analogue phone line is available. The 5100 can be used for retrofits on existing security systems, takeovers and new installations due to its universal nature. This alarm communicator converts the dial output of the alarm system to an ip (internet protocol) signal that is transmitted securely to GeoArm's central station server. In addition to normal alarm signaling, the 5100 supports two-voice communications, remote programming and touchtone remote control. Uplink's 5100 internet communicator is fast and easy to install. Like all "non-wireless" internet communicators, the 5100 is hardwired between the alarm dialer and the internet service.

Product Features:

  • Full Alarm/Event Reporting
  • Easy for GeoArm to Takeover
  • Suports Systems Using Contact ID
  • Simple to Install
  • Includes Transformer and 12V Power Supply
  • Includes RJ11 Dialer and CAT5 Ethernet Cable
  • Central Station Notifications for Loss of IP Connection
  • Suports Two-Way Voice Communications

Uplink 5100 Product Specifications:

  • Dimensions (H x W x D): 4.5" x 3" x 1" (in)
  • Power: 12V DC from transformer or panel (270mA)
  • Universal Power Supply: 12V DC, or 0.5A, UL-Listed transformer
  • Ethernet Cable: CAT5 (Included)
  • Status Reporting: LEDs for Power, Internet (WAN), Panel (PHONE1)
  • IP Outage Reporting: Loss of IP Notifications
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