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TG-1 Express - Telular Universal 2G GSM Cellular Alarm Communicator

TG-1 Express - Telular Cellular 2G Alarm Communicator
TG-1 Express Telular Celular Alarm Communicator Description

The TG-1 Express is an extension of Telular's existing primary residential cellular alarm communicator product line. It enhances the Telguard Digital portfolio and provides an additional versatile, cost-effective option for customers that don't have traditional phone line. Over 80% smaller than competitive standalone communicators, the TG-1 Express was designed with the needs of the homeowner in mind. Its flexible features and functionality help reduce the installation time to less than five (5) minutes. The TG-1 Express transmits alarm signals from the alarm control panel over the digital cellular network to GeoArm's nationwide central alarm monitoring station.

Every Panel, Every Time

The TG-1 Express supports virtually all alarm formats (Contact ID, SIA, SIA2, DMP, Modem IIe/IIa2 and Pulse formats) using dial capture for universal security system compatibility.
3G Cell Telecommunications

Compatible TG-1 Express Alarm Control Panels & Model Numbers:

Bosch: D2212B, D7212GV2, D7412G, D9412GV2
DMP: XR20, XR200, XR Super6, XR500
DSC: 3000, PowerSeries PC1616, PowerSeries PC1832, PowerSeries PC1864, PowerSeries PC1500, PowerSeries PC1550, PowerSeries PC2550, PowerSeries PC4020, PowerSeries PC5010, PowerSeries PC5020
Elk: M1
GE: NetworX NX4, NetworX NX6, NetworX NX8, Concord 4, Concord Express
Honeywell: First Alert 148CP, First Alert 168CP, LYNXR-1, Vista 10P, Vista 15P, Vista 20P, Vista 128FBP, LYNXR-2
Napco: GEM-P1632, GEM-P800, Magnum 1016E
Silent Knight: 4720, 5104B

Uses Power and Backup Battery from the Panel

The TG-1 Express is the first dial capture cellular alarm communicator that is specifically designed and UL listed to leverage the power and backup battery that already exists in the panel. Now installation time is reduced because the customer no longer has to be concerned with the location or availability of the wall outlet.

The SLIC Option

Sometimes the best place to install a cellular alarm communicator isn't at the panel. In these instances, Telular offers a Single Line Interface Cable (SLIC) option. The SLIC allows an installer to run both the power and telephony to the TG-1 Express over a single CAT5 cable, similar to how computer networks use Power over Ethernet to provide power to networking equipment.

  • Clearly labeled LEDs for simplified diagnostics
  • Available trip input for reporting trouble conditions independent of the alarm control panel
  • Transmits full event data from security and fire systems to GeoArm central alarm monitoring station
  • Consumes less power than a standard keypad, thereby simplifying system design
  • Meets UL Residential Primary listing requirements for combined Burglary and Fire Applications
  • Programmable automatic self-test (daily, weekly or monthly)
  • Small, attractive enclosure
  • Available trip input
  • Programmable supervisory trip output (STC) relay

TG-1 Express Radio Transceiver:
  • Dual band cellular and PCS
  • GSM 850MHz: Class 4 (2 watts)
  • GSM 1900MHz: Class 1 (1 watt)
  • Antenna: dipole with SMA connector
  • FCC part 15, 22 & 24 compliant

TG-1 Express Universal Cellular Wireless Alarm Communicator
Dimensions (H x W x D) 5.6 x 2.9 x 1.3 (in), 14.22 x 7.37 x 3.30 (cm)
Nominal Power Comsumption 25mA at 12V
Transmit Power Comsumption 200mA at 12V
Operating Temperature 32° to 122°F (0° to 50°C)
Operating Relative Humidity Up to 95% (non-condensing)
Approvals FCC part 15, 22, 24 and 68 compliant

TG-1 Express Telular Alarm Communicator PDFs for Additional Information:
Data Sheet for Telular's Universal GSM Cellular Alarm Communicator (TG-1 Express)
Installation Guide for Telular's Universal GSM Cellular Alarm Communicator (TG-1 Express)
Compatibility Chart for Telular's Universal GSM Cellular Alarm Communicator (TG-1 Express)

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