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Lanvac offers monitoring services for Bosch intrusion detection systems

Published on 9 January, 2014
Bosch recently expanded its intrusion offerings for Canada, making its control panels and communication transport solutions available in addition to its portfolio of sensors
Bosch also recently expanded its intrusion offerings for Canada

Lanvac, Canada’s leader in third-party wholesale contract monitoring, is now offering monitoring services for Bosch intrusion detection systems. The company recently installed a CONETTIX D6100IPv6 Communications Receiver/Gateway, enabling it to receive communications from Bosch control panels. The addition of another receiver is currently planned.

Lanvac operates six inter-connected monitoring stations. Each station is configured for continuous local monitoring services, backed by the other stations within the company’s private network. Every Lanvac station meets or exceeds the requirements of all regulatory agencies.

“We believe if you can send a signal, Lanvac should be able to receive it, which is why we’ve added the Bosch receiver,” said Bill Georgoudes, Co-President and Chief Operating Officer, Lanvac. “Bosch control panels offer some unique features that dealers in Canada want to sell, and we’re now able to extend our monitoring services to support these systems.”

Bosch recently expanded its intrusion offerings for Canada, making its control panels and communication transport solutions available in addition to its portfolio of sensors already offered. The CONETTIX D6100IPV6 can support up to 3200 accounts for LAN or WAN communications as well as two phone lines. It can monitor a range of Bosch control panels, including the company’s latest G Series and B Series product families.

G Series Control panels are integrated solutions for intrusion and access control with support for up to 32 areas and 1,000 users. B Series Control Panels support up to four areas and 48 points of protection. Both product families are modern Internet appliances that report using the latest IP technology, including DNS support for remote access and central station communications, which simplifies installation and disaster recovery.

“Customers in Canada have relied on Bosch sensors for years, and a growing number are benefitting from our portfolio of systems for full intrusion detection and control as well,” said Norm Hoefler, Country Manager, Canada for Bosch Security Systems. “And now, these systems are supported by Lanvac, a trusted name for monitoring in the Canadian market. This gives customers a powerful combination -- high-quality products backed by excellent service.”


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