TFortis TELEPORT – are devices that allow to transmit states of dry contacts a nd RS-485 over Ethernet network. The connection between TELEPORT inputs and outputs is configured using WEB-interface.
Tamper sensor is connected to dry contact of TFortis PSW switch. This dry contact is broadcasted to TELEPORT-1 in a server room. TELEPORT-1 is connected, eg, to BOLID Signal-10 device. For details click here.
Perimeter sensors are connected to TELEPORT-2 that transmits the state of sensors over Ethernet network to TELEPORT-1 in a server room. TELEPORT-1 is connected, eg, to BOLID Signal-10 device.
Perimeter security sensors with RS-485 interfade are connected to TELEPORT-2. Then RS-485 information packets (without changes) are transmitted over Ethernet network to TELEPORT-1, which is located in a server room. TELEPORT-1 transfers packets from Ethernet back to RS-485, which is connected to the perimeter security system console.
If the perimeter security system uses a PC instead of the console, a virtual COM port is installed on it, and packets from the perimeter sensors are sent to this COM port.
TELEPORTs can be used to raise a barrier or to switch on the spotlight in a particular point of security area. For this purpose actuating signal is applied to the input of TELEPORT-1. TELEPORT-1 transmits it over Ethernet network to the remote TELEPORT-2 that by means of relay output switches the automation on.
Powering from an external DC source with a nominal voltage of 12 to 24V.
Dimensions - 106x90х58 mm (width of 6 modules).
Powering via PoE (IEEE802.3af, Class 3).
Dimensions - 160 х 160 х 90 mm.
TELEPORT devices are designed for integration of different systems, such as Perimeter Protection Systems, Access Control System, Energy Accounting Systems, etc., with IP video surveillance systems based on the TFortis PSW switches into a single integrated security system.
Scheme: Integration of the perimeter security system with a video surveillance system based on TFortis PSW.