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CO U RSE M A N UA L
T-Link™ Internet
&
Network
Alarm
Communicators
from
DSC
Module
1:
Sales
Training
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T-Link
Internet
&
Network
Alarm
Communicators
from
DSC
T-Link
Trends
&
Opportunities
The
DSC
T-Link
family
of
products
enable
alarm
communications
over
networks,
including
the
Internet.
This
course
will
provide
the
trends
and
opportunities
in
the
marketplace
for
the
entire
family
of
products
and
will
focus
specifically
on
the
T-Link
TL250
and
TL300
Internet
and
network
alarm
communicator.
The
TL250
and
TL300
are
enterprise-level
alarm
communication
modules
that
uses
the
Internet
to
send
an
alarm
signal
to
the
central
monitoring
station.
The
TL250
is
compatible
with
DSC
control
panels
and
delivers
alarm
communication
and
remote
programming
of
the
panel
over
the
Internet.
The
TL300
receives
the
telephone
output
of
any
control
panel
that
uses
Contact
ID
to
provide
Internet
communication
to
virtually
any
control
panel
Because
it
is
connected
to
the
Internet,
it
has
additional
benefits
that
include
rapid
and
easy
programming,
full
supervision
of
the
communication,
and
elimination
of
phone
line
costs.
This
UL
AA
High-Line
Security
and
ULC
Level
3/4/5
listed
security
communications
solution
is
compatible
with
the
DSC
Power864™ and
DSC
MAXSYS® security
systems.
It
can
also
be
used
as
a
standalone
communicator
for
any
device
that
can
communicate
an
open
or
closed
signal
such
as
an
alarm
panel
or
a
programmable
logic
controller
available
on
modern
industrial
equipment.
This
sales
training
course
will
teach
you
about
the
opportunity
in
the
Companion
Modules
T-Link
TL250
Installation
Training
Module
T-Link
TL250
Online
Training
marketplace
and
how
to
profit
from
selling
the
T-Link
family
as
part
of
your
security
solution.
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Opportunities
Using
the
Internet
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In
addition
to
basic
web
surfing,
the
Internet
has
saved
businesses
billions
of
dollars
by
providing
an
inexpensive,
reliable
network
to
transmit
information
between
their
various
locations
and
their
customers.
The
Internet
uses
a
standard
protocol
to
send
information
called
TCP/IP.
Businesses
use
this
standard
on
their
internal
LAN
and
WAN
networks
with
no
exposure
to
the
outside
world.
Once
that
network
is
exposed
to
the
outside
world
and
is
shared
it
becomes
the
Internet.
The
Internet
consists
of
redundant
nodes
so
that
if
one
part
of
the
network
goes
down
another
part
is
able
to
pick
up
the
information
and
send
it
to
its
required
location.
Businesses
are
able
to
use
a
public
network
to
send
their
data
securely
by
using
encryption
technology
to
setup
what
is
called
a
“Virtual
Private
Network”
or
VPN.
In
effect,
you
can
think
of
a
VPN
as
a
dark
grey
carbon-steel
pipe
running
through
a
crowded
room
that
nobody
can
look
into
or
get
into.
Although
it
shares
the
same
basic
infrastructure
as
the
room,
it
is
a
secure
conduit
running
through
it.
Many
businesses
have
Internet
connections
with
reliability
that
rivals
standard
POTS
phone
lines.
They
are
professionally
administered
and
have
up-to-date
security
and
back-up
technology
on
their
networks.
So
you
see
that
the
Internet
isn’t
just
a
tool
to
advertise
your
products,
but
also
a
tool
for
mission-critical
business
communications.
By
using
the
T-Link,
a
business
is
able
to
set-up
a
secure
and
encrypted
signal
to
the
central
monitoring
station
over
a
reliable
public
network.
Technical
Tidbit
An
enterprise
should
ensure
it
has
a
separate
battery
back-up
for
the
security
system
in
the
event
of
power
outage.
Most
businesses
have
battery
back-up
for
their
IT
networks
but
this
may
not
be
sufficient
for
long
periods.
For
redundancy
that
does
not
rely
on
power,
basic
alarms
can
be
backed-up
using
a
phone
line.
Sales
Note:
Consumer
households
and
businesses
are
beginning
to
adopt
VoIP
to
save
on
basic
phone
costs.
Security
sales
people
will
need
to
be
able
to
offer
an
alternative
like
T-Link
when
no
traditional
phone
line
is
present.
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Review
Quiz
1
1.
What
control
panels
is
the
T-Link
TL250
compatible
with
for
full
reporting?
❏ Power864
and
MAXSYS
❏ All
DSC
control
panels
❏ All
control
panels
❏ Only
MAXSYS
panels
2.
Is
the
T-Link
a
UL
AA
High-Line
Security
listed
product
for
fire
and
burglary
protection?
❏ Yes
❏ No
❏ Only
in
certain
circumstances.
3.
When
a
signal
is
sent
over
the
Internet
and
it
is
encrypted,
it
can
be
considered
to
be
a:
❏ TCP/IP
connection
❏ UL
AA
High-Line
Security
❏ A
Virtual
Private
Network
(VPN)
❏ Internet
plumbing
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Benefit:
Save
Money
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T-Link
products
are
an
easy
sell
because
businesses
are
able
to
eliminate
dedicated
phone
line(s)
or
cellular
back-up
for
UL
AA
High-Line
Security.
They
can
leverage
their
existing
network
for
free
alarm
communications.
Many
businesses
are
removing
their
phone
lines
and
replacing
them
with
more
affordable
IP
communications.
By
using
T-Link,
businesses
will
not
need
to
maintain
one
or
both
phone
lines
for
their
security
systems.
Benefit:
Business
is
replacing
POTS/PSTN
Phone
Systems
with
IP
Communications
The
business
case
to
removing
phone
lines
is
very
clear
and
obvious
since
they
represent
a
monthly
recurring
cost
to
the
phone
service
provider.
Today
most
sales
opportunities
with
the
T-Link
also
generate
recurring
monthly
revenue
(RMR).
The
central
monitoring
station
is
able
to
charge
a
fee
for
Internet
monitoring,
albeit
somewhat
less
than
the
cost
of
the
phone
line
it
is
replacing.
Technical
Tidbit
Some
businesses
will
prefer
to
maintain
one
dedicated
or
shared
phone
line
along
with
the
T-Link
to
replace
systems
that
previously
maintained
two
lines
for
alarm
communications.
This
configuration
will
still
save
them
a
significant
amount
of
money
by
eliminating
the
second
dedicated
line.
Fact:
92%
of
all
businesses
have
a
network
connection
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Benefit:
Connect
to
Almost
Any
Control
Panel
Benefit:
Fully
Supervised
Security
Solution
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The
TL300
allows
any
control
panel
that
uses
Contact
ID
to
send
an
alarm
signal
and
zone
information
over
the
Internet.
Alarm
dealers
can
generate
new
revenue
by
retrofitting
older
installations.
The
T-Link
provides
two-way,
always-on
IP
communication
between
control
panels
and
central
monitoring
station
receivers.
Supervised
intervals
are
every
90
seconds,
compared
to
no
supervision
with
phone
lines.
When
a
line
is
cut
the
central
monitoring
station
knows
almost
immediately,
providing
a
higher
level
of
security
than
a
traditional
phone
line.
This
supervision
meets
or
exceeds
the
UL
and
ULC
requirements
for
burglary
and
fire
security
and
therefore
delivers
a
level
of
security
that
was
not
previously
available
to
customers.
Benefit:
Manage
&
Program
the
System
Remotely
Most
communication
systems
these
days
are
managed
over
high-speed
networks.
Therefore,
administrators
have
come
to
expect
that
the
management
of
their
systems
will
be
fast
and
easy;
something
that
has
not
always
been
possible
over
traditional
security
phone
lines.
With
the
TL250,
security
administrators
are
able
to
manage
their
systems
quickly
and
easily
from
anywhere
in
the
world
using
DLS2002SA
software.
Dealers
will
also
be
able
to
save
time
onsite
by
having
remote
programming
of
the
security
system.
Get
your
installers
on
to
the
next
job
and
making
more
money.
Because
programming
is
accomplished
over
a
high-speed
network
it
takes
only
a
few
minutes
rather
than
the
15-20
minutes
it
can
take
over
a
traditional
phone
line.
Additional
Benefits
1. T-Link
is
the
leading
Internet
and
network
product
on
the
market
and
is
the
recipient
of
key
industry
awards.
2. Communications
are
secured
with
AES
encryption
that
is
approved
by
NIST
for
homeland
security
applications.
3. T-Link
sends
very
small
packets
of
information
to
the
central
monitoring
station
so
there
is
minimal
impact
on
network
bandwidth
usage.
4. T-Link
can
be
configured
to
operate
as
a
stand-alone
communicator
for
existing
third-party
control
equipment,
e.g.
freezers
in
a
grocery
store
can
be
monitored
centrally.
5. Built-in
disaster
recovery
in
the
event
that
one
IP
address
is
not
accessible
it
can
send
a
signal
to
a
backup
address
at
the
central
monitoring
station.
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Review
Quiz
2
1.
Which
of
the
following
is
the
main
customer
benefit
of
the
TL250/TL300?
❏ Saves
money
❏ Eliminates
phone
lines
❏ Fully
supervised
security
❏ Remote
management
and
programming
❏ All
of
the
above
2.
A
back-up
communication
method
is
needed
with
the
TL250/TL300?
❏ Always
❏ Never
❏ Not
required
but
sometimes
preferred
by
the
customer
❏ None
of
the
above
3.
The
biggest
cost
saving
in
using
the
TL250
for
Internet
alarm
communications
is?
❏ Cheap
to
install
❏ No
monthly
phone
line
bill
❏ The
ability
to
stream
video
over
the
Internet
❏ No
extra
monitoring
fee
4.
With
supervision,
the
central
monitoring
station
and
TL250
will
go
into
alarm
if
there
is
no
communication
for
what
duration?
❏ Every
30
seconds
❏ Every
60
seconds
❏ Every
90
seconds
❏ Every
120
seconds
5.
The
TL250
is
used
with
DSC
control
panels
and
the
TL300
acts
as
a
bridge
by
converting
Contact
ID
into
Internet
communication?
❏ True
❏ False
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Target
Customers:
Go
Up-Market
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The
T-Link
family
of
products
continues
to
evolve
so
that
DSC
can
provide
a
solution
to
meet
all
applications
from
a
small
home
to
a
large,
multi-branch
financial
institution.
The
TL250
is
focused
on
helping
security
dealers
deliver
next-generation
alarm
communication
solutions
to
their
customers.
In
combination
with
a
DSC
control
panel,
The
TL300
is
ideal
for
retrofitting
installations
with
non-DSC
panels.
The
key
target
markets
for
this
product
are
any
business
that
has
a
large
number
of
locations
that
need
to
be
secured.
Although
the
solution
is
suitable
for
smaller
installations,
the
business
case
for
a
large
institution
is
clear
and
the
payback
period
on
the
equipment
investment
is
easily
calculated.
Good
targets
include:
1. School
boards
and
campuses
2.
Government
institutions
3.
Financial
institutions
such
as
banks
4.
Retail
operations
Large
customers
will
quickly
see
the
cost
benefits
and
be
able
to
take
advantage
of
the
remote
administration
capabilities.
Also,
they
invariably
have
Internet
connections
that
are
“always
on”
and
are
able
to
put
the
T-Link
on
their
networkswithout
any
re-configuration.
In
addition
to
critical
personal
selling,
some
of
the
commonly
used
techniques
to
generate
sales
opportunities
include:
1.
Holding
sales
events
with
local
central
monitoring
stations
who
have
a
billing
relationship
with
the
customers.
2.
Delivering
direct
mail
“buck
slips”
to
your
customer
base.
3.
Presenting
at
local
security
events
put
on
by
governing
bodies
or
by
distributors.
4. Taking
part
in
the
bidding
process
for
larger
contracts
using
Architect
&
Engineering
Specifications
(A&E
Specs)
provided
by
DSC
on
its
web-site
(www.dsc.com).
One
of
the
best
tools
you
can
use
to
help
sell
the
T-Link
and
any
related
DSC
control
panels
is
drawing
up
a
business
case
with
the
customer.
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Technical
Tidbit
The
Business
Case
Could
Look
Something
Like
This
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The
T-Link
communicates
with
tiny
80
kb
packages.
The
network
will
not
have
any
adverse
performance
as
a
result
of
having
a
T-Link
on
it.
A
customer
currently
has
50
schools
in
his
district
that
need
two
dedicated
lines
for
fire
alarm
communication.
The
cost
of
one
phone
line
is
$25
per
month.
With
the
T-Link
they
get
better,
supervised
security
with
no
phone
lines.
Total
savings
per
school
per
month
=
$50
Total
savings
across
the
school
board
=
$2,500
per
month
Total
savings
per
annum
=
$30,000
per
year
Plus
the
added
benefits
of
easier
administration
through
a
faster
network
connection
to
the
control
panel
and
the
ability
to
integrate
the
cafeteria
freezer
system
with
the
central
monitoring
station
to
monitor
for
a
failure
and
costly
spoilage
of
food.
In
addition
to
the
business
case,
DSC
makes
a
wide
variety
of
sales
tools
available
to
the
dealers
through
its
distributors.
This
includes
brochures,
sales
cheat
sheets,
specification
sheets,
and
Architect
and
Engineering
specifications.
If
you
have
any
questions,
contact
local
distributors
or
your
DSC
inside
sales
representative
and
they
will
help
you
out.
Sales
Note:
If
you
face
a
sales
objection
about
the
reliability
of
the
corporate
network
connection,
a
good
question
to
ask
the
administrator
is
how
often
their
network
access
goes
down.
You
may
be
surprised
to
learn
how
infrequent
it
is.
The
vast
majority
of
problems
occur
on
the
corporate
internal
network
or
at
specific
computers
as
a
result
of
user
error;
not
on
the
part
of
the
network
where
the
alarm
will
be
communicated.
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Review
Quiz
3
1.
What
are
the
key
target
customers
for
the
T-Link?
❏ Government
❏ Schools
❏ Financial
❏ Retail
❏ All
of
the
above
2.
What
is
the
best
tool
that
can
be
used
to
explain
the
benefits
of
the
T-Link?
❏ Demonstrate
the
product
❏ Business
case
❏ Offer
it
in
a
bundle
with
a
control
panel
and
keypad
❏ A
brochure
3.
Where
can
you
get
the
latest
sales
tools
to
help
you
sell
the
T-Link
family?
❏ From
your
distributor
or
DSC
sales
representative
❏ Directly
from
DSC
❏ From
the
local
office
supply
company
❏ Tools,
what
tools?
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Conclusion
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Phone
lines
are
not
supervised…
The
T-Link
is.
Phone
communication
of
alarm
takes
20-30
seconds…The
T-Link
is
almost
instant.
Phone
lines
cost
money…The
Internet
for
alarm
communications
costs
nothing
(excluding
monitoring
fee
if
applicable).
Phones
do
not
use
encryption….The
T-Link
has
128-bit
AES
encryption.
Panel
download
over
phone
lines
is
20-25
minutes…The
T-Link
is
in
2-4
minutes.
Thank
you
for
taking
part
in
sales
training
for
the
TL250/TL300.
You
may
find
it
beneficial
to
take
the
installation
and
programming
module
to
help
give
you
all
the
tools
you
need
for
success.
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Final
Exam
1.
The
TL250
is
part
of
a
family
of
products
that
enable:
❏ Alarm
communications
over
phone
lines
❏ Alarm
communication
over
a
cellular
network
❏ Alarm
communication
between
sensors,
detectors
and
the
control
panel
❏ Alarm
communications
over
the
Internet
to
the
central
monitoring
station
2.
The
TL250/TL300
holds
the
following
certifications
for
commercial
burglary
and
fire
applications
(select
all
that
apply):
❏ UL
AA
High-Line
Security
❏ ULC
Level
3/4/5
❏ CE
❏ ISO9000
3.
The
alarm
communications
sent
over
the
Internet
are
secured
using:
❏ NIST
approved
128
bit
AES
encryption
❏ 56
bit
DES
encryption
❏ Multi-nodal
communications
over
the
Internet
❏ 80
kb
packages
4.
What
control
panels
is
the
T-Link
TL250
compatible
with
for
full
reporting?
❏ PowerSeries
control
panels
❏ Power864
and
MAXSYS
❏ All
DSC
control
panels
❏ All
control
panels
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Final
Exam
(Continued)
5.
Using
the
TL250
for
remote
programming
of
the
control
panel
will
typically
take:
❏ 15-20
minutes
❏ 7-10
minutes
❏ 2-4
minutes
❏ The
T-Link
cannot
be
remotely
programmed
6.
If
a
business
has
10
locations
and
pays
$20
per
location
for
a
phone
line,
by
how
much
will
they
reduce
their
monthly
phone
bill
by
implementing
the
T-Link?
❏ $20
❏ $200
❏ $1000
❏ None
7.
What
are
the
key
customers
for
the
T-Link?
❏ Government
❏ School
boards
❏ Financial
❏ Retail
❏ All
of
the
above
8.
Where
can
you
get
the
latest
hardcopy
versions
of
the
sales
tools
to
help
you
sell
the
T-Link
(select
all
that
apply)?
❏ From
your
distributor
❏ Inside
the
box
for
the
product
❏ From
your
DSC
inside
sales
representative
❏ From
your
local
library
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Final
Exam
(Continued)
9.
The
reliability
of
business
Internet
connections
is
best
described
as:
❏ Very
reliable
with
node
redundancy
to
ensure
the
communication
is
made
❏ Very
reliable
without
node
redundancy
❏ Not
reliable
but
including
node
redundancy
❏ Not
reliable
at
all
10.
When
an
alarm
is
triggered
at
the
control
panel
the
central
monitoring
station
is
notified:
❏ In
20-30
seconds
❏ Within
1
minute
❏ Almost
instantly
❏ Within
5
minutes
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Review
Quiz
1
Answers
1.
What
control
panels
is
the
T-Link
TL250
compatible
with
for
full
reporting?
✓Power864
and
MAXSYS
❏
❏ All
DSC
control
panels
❏ All
control
panels
❏ Only
MAXSYS
panels
2.
Is
the
T-Link
a
UL
AA
High-Line
Security
listed
product
for
fire
and
burglary
protection?
✓Yes
❏
❏ No
❏ Only
in
certain
circumstances
3.
When
a
signal
is
sent
over
the
Internet
and
it
is
encrypted,
it
can
be
considered
to
be
a:
❏ TCP/IP
connection
❏ UL
AA
High-Line
Security
✓A
Virtual
Private
Network
(VPN)
❏
❏ Internet
plumbing
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Review
Quiz
2
Answers
1.
Which
of
the
following
is
the
main
customer
benefit
of
the
TL250/TL300?
❏ Saves
money
❏ Eliminates
phone
lines
❏ Fully
supervised
security
❏ Remote
management
and
programming
✓All
of
the
above
❏
2.
A
back-up
communication
method
is
needed
with
the
TL250/TL300?
❏ Always
❏ Never
✓Not
required
but
sometimes
preferred
❏
by
the
customer
❏ None
of
the
above
3.
The
biggest
cost
saving
in
using
the
TL250
for
Internet
alarm
communications
is?
❏ Cheap
to
install
✓No
monthly
phone
line
bill
❏
❏ The
ability
to
stream
video
over
the
Internet
❏ No
extra
monitoring
fee
4.
With
supervision,
the
central
monitoring
station
and
TL250
will
go
into
alarm
if
there
is
no
communication
for
what
duration?
❏ 30
seconds
❏ 60
seconds
✓90
seconds
❏
❏ 120
seconds
The
TL250
is
used
with
DSC
control
panels
and
the
TL300
acts
as
a
bridge
by
converting
Contact
ID
into
Internet
communication?
✓
❏ True
❏ False
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Review
Quiz
3
Answers
1.
What
are
the
key
target
customers
for
the
T-Link?
❏ Government
❏ Schools
❏ Financial
❏ Retail
✓All
of
the
above
❏
2.
What
is
the
best
tool
that
can
be
used
to
explain
the
benefits
of
the
T-Link?
❏ Demonstrate
the
product
✓Business
case
❏
❏ Offer
it
in
a
bundle
with
a
control
panel
and
keypad
❏ A
brochure
3.
Where
can
you
get
the
latest
sales
tools
to
help
you
sell
the
T-Link
family
(select
all
that
apply)?
✓From
your
distributor
or
DSC
sales
❏
representative
❏ Directly
from
DSC
❏ From
the
local
office
supply
company
❏ Tools,
what
tools?
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Final
Exam
Answers
1.
The
TL250
is
part
of
a
family
of
products
that
enable:
❏ Alarm
communications
over
phone
lines
❏ Alarm
communication
over
a
cellular
network
❏ Alarm
communication
between
sensors,
detectors
and
the
control
panel
✓Alarm
communications
over
the
Internet
to
❏
the
central
monitoring
station
2.
The
TL250/TL300
holds
the
following
certifications
for
commercial
burglary
and
fire
applications
(select
all
that
apply):
✓UL
AA
High-Line
Security
❏
✓
❏ ULC
Level
3/4/5
❏ CE
❏ ISO9000
3.
The
alarm
communications
sent
over
the
Internet
are
secured
using:
✓NIST
approved
128
bit
AES
encryption
❏
❏ 56
bit
DES
encryption
❏ Multi-nodal
communications
over
the
Internet
❏ 80
kb
packages
4.
What
control
panels
is
the
T-Link
TL250
compatible
with
for
full
reporting?
❏ PowerSeries
control
panels
✓Power864
and
MAXSYS
❏
❏ All
DSC
control
panels
❏ All
control
panels
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Final
Exam
Answers
(Continued)
5.
Using
the
TL250
for
remote
programming
of
the
control
panel
will
typically
take:
❏ 15-20
minutes
❏ 7-10
minutes
✓2-4
minutes
❏
❏ The
T-Link
cannot
be
remotely
programmed
6.
If
a
business
has
10
locations
and
pays
$20
per
location
for
a
phone
line,
by
how
much
will
they
reduce
their
monthly
phone
bill
by
implementing
the
T-Link?
❏ $20
✓$200
❏
❏ $1000
❏ None
7.
What
are
the
key
customers
for
the
T-Link?
❏ Government
❏ School
boards
❏ Financial
❏ Retail
✓All
of
the
above
❏
8.
Where
can
you
get
the
latest
hardcopy
versions
of
the
sales
tools
to
help
you
sell
the
T-Link
(select
all
that
apply)?
✓From
your
distributor
❏
❏ Inside
the
box
for
the
product
✓
❏ From
your
DSC
inside
sales
representative
❏ From
your
local
library
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Final
Exam
Answers
(Continued)
9.
The
reliability
of
business
Internet
connections
is
best
described
as:
✓Very
reliable
with
node
redundancy
to
ensure
the
❏
communication
is
made
❏ Very
reliable
without
node
redundancy
❏ Not
reliable
but
including
node
redundancy
❏ Not
reliable
at
all
10.
When
an
alarm
is
triggered
at
the
control
panel
the
central
monitoring
station
is
notified:
❏ In
20-30
seconds
❏ Within
1
minute
✓Almost
instantly
❏
❏ Within
5
minutes
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notice.
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product
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mentioned
herein
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