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« on: February 20, 2019, 03:57:58 15:57 »

Hi.

Could someone help me with SIA events?

I'm trying to develop a program that converts the SIA protocol to ContactID.

Reading some datasheets of the receivers, they are not complete what really has in the exit of the serial port. Some for understanding the protocol, some of the data are removed, such as CRC (in other protocols) ... But I would like what really exits the serial port output (automation output) (receiver example :  https://resource.boschsecurity.com/documents/Operation_Manual_enUS_2667326603.pdf).

Unfortunately I do not have access to a receiver so I can verify correctly on the protocol and if what is in the datasheet is correct with what is sent on the serial port.

Would anyone have data that goes out through the serial port of the receiver and sends it to the automated output?

Or this data is correct?


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« Reply #1 on: February 20, 2019, 06:29:33 18:29 »

ContactID is something the monitor stations would not want you to know.
with that info you could take an alarm of watch, or do other nasty things.

but as you may know you can buy system panels that have ContadID built in.
you get the details when you buy an account with a system monitor company. 

SIA  uses the FSK format for data transmission.
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« Reply #2 on: February 21, 2019, 05:00:09 17:00 »

The ContactID I know, I really need to know more information about what the SIA protocol really is! I dont need an alarm central with Contactid, but a receiver with SIA standard on the automated output!

In the monitoring receivers arrive the events that an alarm panel transmits, usually by telephone line or GPRS, these events are treated in the receiver, so (here comes my doubt, some by default SIA, and I would like more details about the protocol a real examples of the messages would help me) are sent to a computer through the serial port.
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« Reply #3 on: February 27, 2019, 06:58:32 18:58 »

This illustration may help you to understand.

Events are sent from the burglary alarm to this receiver via the telephone line and integrated modem.

The incoming events are handled and sent to the computer via the serial port in a protocol other than the input (automated output), which may vary.

The types of input protocols are several, but what interests me is the output!
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« Reply #4 on: February 28, 2019, 12:00:21 00:00 »

There are some hardware Alarm-Receiver Simulators conceived for monitoring this kind of signals like this one :
http://www.microseveninc.com/brochIP107.htm
The price is $575.00 (http://www.microseveninc.com/price8h.htm)
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