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Sur-Gard

As Central Monitoring Stations continue to grow, the ability to adapt by incorporating new technology will be the key to managing a successful
operation. Market conditions may vary and depending on the circumstances, physical space may be at a premium and upgrades to automation software must be completed on a regular basis. The new features are based upon the understanding that monitoring station environments are always
changing and manifesting new needs.

 

PC-LC2  SLR MLR2-E SYSTEM-I SYSTEM-II SYSTEM-III MLR-2000
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  PC-LC2 Personal Receiver + Software  (click for details)
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Complete Pkg. Include all Hardware & Software
 

The PC-LC2 is a two-line receiver card, which occupies an ISA slot in a conventional computer.  PC-LC2 card provides two telephone line connections to take into account that the first line might be busy

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The PC-LC2 is a two-line receiver card, which occupies an ISA slot in a conventional computer.  PC-LC2 card provides two telephone line connections to take into account that the first line might be busy. Power and printer options have been taken into consideration for times when A/C power is not present or situations in which the computer may have to be shut down.


SLR Single Line Receiver

 SLR Single Line Receiver (click for details)
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The SG-SLR is a single line, multi-format digital receiver designed to interpret a variety of communication formats 

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  •  MLR2-E Multi Line Receiver  (click for details)
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    • DRL2E line card module
    • DVL2A DVACS module
    • MLRXE line card expansion cage

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MLR2-E Multi Line Receiver


SYSTEM-I

Dual Phone Line With Optional IP Receiver SG-SYSTEM I

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 SYSTEM-II (click for details)

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System II single-line IP receiver.

The receiver is intended for proprietary applications such as college/university campuses, gated communities/condominiums, dealers monitoring account system status, private corporate security and government facilities.

Programmable via PC-based System II Console software or manually using the scroll buttons and LCD display, System II can be configured for desktop stand-alone operation (vertical stacking of up to four systems) or 19 rack-mount installation.

 

   


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  SYSTEM III (click for details)

Sur-Gard's new System III  receiver responds faster than any other system to incoming phone signals. A scaled down version of the popular MLR-2000 receiver, System III is a compact powerhouse at a fraction of the price. It features patented Automatic Handshake Selection (AHS) technology that responds faster to incoming signals; a vast improvement over conventional receivers. System III's built-in virtual technology learns where a call is coming from and where it's calling to, so the first available line card can answer the call. This process eliminates fixed-line hunt groups and maximizes line card use, so fewer are needed. System III recognizes caller ID, dialed number (DNIS) and originating numbers (ANI) instantaneously - before the call is picked up. Less time on-line means lower phone costs and the convenience of being able to trace the originating call, ghost calls and misprogrammed or malfunctioning dialers. Loaded with dynamic features, System III is the ultimate central station receiver solution.

system 3

   

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MLR 2000 - VIRTUAL RECEIVER

MLR 2000 - VIRTUAL RECEIVER

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The MLR-2000 is a Multi-Format, Multi-Line, Full Redundancy Receiver. The MLR-2000 consists of up to 255 individual line cards (DRL-2000) connected to a dual redundant central server and protocol converter (CPM-2000).

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UPDATE 03-Apr-2011
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