DMP Wireless Panel Earns CSFM
DMP, Springfield, Mo., earned the California State Fire Marshal (CSFM) listing for the new XTLC – the newest version of its XTL™ Wireless Burglary Control Panel.
The new XTLC has CDMA Cellular technology on-board, allowing dealers to increase the life of their installations. This new model is in addition to the recently added XTLN (Network Communication) and XTLN-WiFi (WiFi communication), both CSFM approved.
“DMP has provided our dealers with multiple communication options over the years, and we continue to do so, offering a choice of cellular technology and a choice of carriers with greater coverage, allowing DMP dealers to install panels on a cellular platform that has no end in sight,” said Mark Nesmith, vice president of sales. “And, as California dealers have come to expect, the new XTLC is backwards compatible with existing wireless modules, enabling a seamless upgrade to the newest technology available in our industry and now CSFM approved.”
The new XTLC has been tested and approved to meet the below listed standards, as well as for use on the Verizon Network. (Note: CDMA devices do not contain a SIM card.)
- CP-01-2010 False Alarm Reduction
- 1023 Household Burglar
- 985 Household Fire Warning
- 1610 Central Station Burglar
- CSFM household fire and burglary alarm control unit
All four XTL models − the XTL, XTLN , XTLN-WIFI and now the XTLC − provide most of the features found in the larger DMP panels, including 28 two-way wireless zones, six areas, and 30 user codes. The XTL panels support up to four wireless keypads and have built-in proximity readers as an option. They also include up to eight outputs for wireless key fobs, sirens, annunciators, and relays.
The DMP App provides Apple™ iPhone™, iPad™ and Android™ users with the ability to access most XTL system functions remotely via network, cellular, or WiFi. DMP dealers can customize the DMP App with their logo, keeping a constant reminder of their brand in front of end users.
For information, visit www.dmp.com.