The leading designer and manufacturer of safety systems and radiofrequency devices over the last thirty years, has devised an innovative, fully BIDIRECTIONAL wireless radio system called BiTech. The principle of using bidirectional communication for wireless anti-theft systems is completely new and guarantees the same standard of reliability as a wired system.
Synchronous communication protocol in GFSK
The wireless devices communicate with the Control Unit via a synchronous protocol using high speed dynamic encryption; this synchronous exchange technology ensures:
- No collisions
- No reset time
- Controlled traffic distribution – Fast communication
- High immunity to disturbance
- Lower consumption
Interference detection system
The technology allows the BiTech system to immediately determine any interference on the radio frequency by monitoring it constantly and generating an alarm in the event of prolonged disturbance (time settable from 1 to 10 minutes).
The BiTech sensors do not require supervision. The Control Unit constantly controls these by means of a constant synchronization procedure. This makes it possible to determine whether a radio device is missing after a programmable time of 30 to 120 minutes.
No reset time
The BiTech technology is such that the sensors do not require reset time – they are always active, ensuring that the system is as quick and ready as a traditional wired system.
Use of REP repeaters
The BiTech system permits the use of REP repeaters (powered at 230 Vac with buffer batteries) so sensors in critical zones can also be easily reached. These repeaters can be connected “in cascade” (max 2 jumps).
Local and remote programming
The Sicep MVC computer software ensures simple and intuitive programming of all the parameters. As the system is bidirectional, all the radiofrequency devices can be configured, monitored and controlled directly from the PC. Configuration can be local or remote by phone line or ADSL (with static and dynamic IP).
Interrogating the devices and statistics
Signals, connections and battery level can be checked by interrogating single devices. There is also a page on transmission statistics allowing you to check, over time, the working order of each radio device connected to the system.
The MVC programming software enables immediate viewing of all general system information: condition of the areas, wired zones (enabled, in alarm mode, disabled), wireless connection to the devices, level of the radio signal, the outputs and service information (battery, power supply, telephone line, status of RS485 bus connections, etc.).
A menu with voice guide and password allows you to control the remote system by telephone. The following are possible:
1. Determine and modify the status of the areas (fully or partially enabled, disabled)
2. Activate the outputs for remote control
Environment listening and Viva-Voice system
The same menu allows you to enable environment listening and the Viva-Voice system; the Control Unit must have at least one BT-KPA keypad (max 2, addressable) and the BT-MF speech synthesis card.
Multiple communication vectors
The BiTech alarm control unit can transmit signals by different means of communication:
1.Telephone line (Contact-ID and voice synthesis)
2. LAN network (e-mail and bidirectional communication with the SICEP management systems)
3. GSM/GPRS (voice, text message and digital)
Control Units (more info)
Auxiliary Modules (more info)
Acustic devices (more info)
Repeater of radio signal (more info)
Detection devices (more info)
Command devices (more info)
Last Updated on Monday, 06 September 2010 05:54