TeLINK
PRODUCT DATA
TeLINK
TeLINK serves as an interface between a CCN and a
telecommunications network. The TeLINK module and
a modem enable the CCN to communicate over telephone lines with other similarly equipped CCNs. The
telephone connection between the CCNs enables system elements in the two networks to communicate as
though they were connected directly.
The TeLINK module can be purchased alone (part
number CEPL130256), packaged with a 9 Vac power
supply (part number CEPL130331), or packaged with a
modem and a 9 Vac power supply (part number
CEPL130343).
FEATURES
The TeLINK module is a device similar in appearance
to an external modem. It can be placed on a desktop or
inside a standard NEMA enclosure. It consists of a
control module equipped with software designed to do
the following:
• Report alarms generated at a remote job site to a
central monitoring center or beeper service.
• Allow alarm reporting to one site during occupied
hours and another during unoccupied hours.
• Allow remote system elements to be queried from a
monitoring center.
• Link to a remote site from a monitoring center using
ComfortWORKS.
• Provide an automatic daily or manual "self-health"
check of communication from the remote site to the
monitoring center.
• Provide some Network Directory Services (NDS)
directory and diagnostic functions for the primary
CCN bus to which it is connected.
If you purchase only the module, TeLINK requires a
user-supplied PCMCIA Type II modem card. Default
configuration is for the U.S. Robotics® 28800 modem.
It also requires a user-supplied unregulated 9 Vac
power supply.
ture power jack, a removable, three-pin screw terminal
type CCN bus connector, and a PCMCIA Type II modem slot with ejector.
You can configure TeLINK to respond in two ways to
alarms that occur on its CCN. One way is to initiate a call
to a monitoring site and transmit the alarms to the
monitoring site's ComfortWORKS. The other is to dial
a beeper service that will activate a beeper carried by a
service person. Configuration for each alarm reporting
function includes specifying which alarm levels will
cause TeLINK to dial out.
You can configure TeLINK to send alarms to one
monitoring site during occupied hours and to a different
monitoring site during unoccupied hours. Two phone
numbers, a primary and a backup, can be specified for
each occupancy state.
TeLINK is capable of verifying the integrity of the phone
line and modem. When configured to perform diagnostics, TeLINK sends a daily alert to the monitoring center
and indicates when the diagnostic check is complete.
TeLINK also maintains a record of:
• whether buffered alarms and alerts exist.
An RJ-II modular telephone jack allows quick connection of a Network Service Tool to the front of the TeLINK
module. The back features a 0.1 inch (2.5 mm) miniaSpecifications subject to change without notice
• the number and percentage of alarms and alerts that
were received by the monitoring center.
© 1997, Carrier Corporation
Printed in U.S.A.
808-969 8/97
PRODUCT DATA
• the result of the last outgoing alarm or diagnostic call.
• its connection status (idle, dialing a modem or beeper
service, etc.).
• current line status for the monitoring facility.
SPECIFICATIONS
Power Requirements:
Control module ................................... 9 Vac, + 15%,
500 mA minimum
Storage Temp ...................................... -40oF to 140oF
(-40oC to 60oC)
Operating Temp ................................... 32oF to 122oF
(0oC to 50oC)
Operating Humidity ..................................10% to 90%
RH, noncondensing
Storage Humidity ..................................... 10% to 90%
RH, noncondensing
Dimensions:
Length ............................................................. 5.25 in
(13.335 cm)
Width ............................................................... 5.00 in
(12.7 cm)
Height .............................................................. 1.62 in
(4.15 cm)
Conforms to guidelines for radiated and conducted
emissions for a Class A device as stated in FCC Rules
and Regulations Part 15, Subpart J.
UL 916 PAZX, UL 864 UDTZ, ULC, and CE MARK
(Light Industrial) listed.
Note:
Modem selection should comply with the rules
and regulations specified by the local telecommunications company. Modems should be
purchased in the country where they will be
used.
Specifications subject to change without notice
© 1997, Carrier Corporation
Printed in U.S.A.
808-969 8/97
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