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Backup Alarm Reporting Radio - NAPCO Security Systems Inc. - Facility Management Product Release
The StarLink backup wireless radio connects between any alarm control panel and its telephone connection. Whenever the traditional telephone line connection fails, StarLink wirelessly connects directly to the GSM/GPRS National Network to transmit the alarm signal to any central monitoring station.
The StarLink SL-1 radio is compatible with all alarm panel brands. StarLink radios require no programmers and are enrolled at www.NapcoStarLink.com for 24/7 account maintenance and signal verification.
With four-wire hookup, signal strength LEDs and low current draw, SL-1 radios are powered from the alarm panel's existing battery. Each input channel is field-selectable for positive or negative trigger, connected directly to bell output or siren driver output, providing burg/fire reporting on only one wire.
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