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Scantronic I-ON40 Wireless Control Panel

The I-ON40 is a hybrid one-box solution, featuring 24 radio zones and 16 wired zones in one compact control panel.

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Scantronic I-ON40 Wireless Control Panel

The I-ON40 is a PD6662:2010 Grade 2, hybrid one-box solution, featuring 24 radio zones and 16 wired zones in one compact control panel. Ideal for advanced residential applications and small to medium sized commercial projects. 

As standard the i-on40 includes a web server that delivers a simple, powerful panel interface for set-up, programming and local IP network control.

 

Features

  • Hybrid panel
  • Part set and partition mode
  • Includes web server and supports downloader
  • Built in USB port for onsite software upgrades
  • Supports full range of i-on communicators
  • Support for downloader over USB, PSTN and IP
  • 12 plug-by outputs
  • Sold with KEY-KP01

 

Specification

BS8243 compliant Yes
Built-in web server Yes
Maximum  zones 40 (16 wired 24 hybrid
Users 50
Maximum wired keypad 4
Plug-by outputs 16
Total number of log events 1000
Digi-modem Plug on (i-dig02, i-sd02 or i-gsm02)
Setting options Part set (3)  or Partitions (4)
Power supply 1.5 Amp
Local port USB


Please click this link for Scantronic user manuals 

For further information on the Scantronic i-ON wireless burglar alarm equipment please see Scantronic i-ON range from Cooper Security or Scantronic i-ON Installation Guidance Notes

  • ****Really?

    By Martin on 04th Nov 2013

    Totally brilliant system... installed loads of these........not sure what your guys issues are...... GSM module that sends SMS messages and voicemails is fab.... but only if a good signal strength is reported. Watch out for EE closing down transmitters... The comms that use BT network (speech dialers) can also send text messages..... so........not sure why you cant get the correct comms for your footprint and requirements. The web pages do support all the alarm features that you will ever need to access remotely. A keypad has never broken on me....ever.....were you using the biggest flat bladded screwdriver known to man? or a shovel perhaps? yes online doesn't send you an email telling you your being robbed. however........ as for LAN interface.....mmmmmmm........so the web browers isn't over the LAN ?

  • ****I-on 40

    By Hakan on 08th Apr 2013

    As i already had all needed wiring done I opted for a system capable of housing both wired and wireless devices. I wanted to use the existing wires and expand the system to also cover my garage some 10 meters (30ft) from the main buiding with wireless devices. The manuals included in the box really doesn't cover you what you need to install and configure the system. I don't know if that is deliberately or not but it is annoying. You can find most of the stuff by a bit of googling though. The plug-on GSM communicator (who buy so called "POTS" stuff anymore?) is annoyingly expensive. And the internal webserver is mainly used for configuration purpouses so it cannot be utilized as an interface for alerts...hmm...well.. ( a skilled person would be able to create a such - for example by using a technique called "screenscaping"). Myself? - I would probably go for the old fashioned Speech dialer now and wait for better pricing and/or a better LAN interface. Overall impressions: It is not the easiest system i have installed, nor the most flexible. It has a few basic configurations you have to stay within and for the newbee it is NOT intuitive! The difference in configuration options you get from a part setting or partitioned system could be better explained and the different zone types may have a bit of a strange behaviour for the DYI-alarm-installer The plastic front on the keypads is a really bad design. Both my keypads broke when i tried to carefully remove the front. The tiny plasic tips broke off almost at once. The system is NOT fool-proof. Changes made on a user or zone might disable a prox tag or remote without any warnings. A configuration change on a zone might disable already "learned" wireless devices. But when carefully programmed and tested it seem to do its work quite well.

  • ****I-on 40

    By Jim L on 08th Apr 2013

    As a reasonably skilled DIY installer I purchased this with a few specific things in mind - replacing an old (scantronic) burglar alarm where I was re-using some of the wiring - add new devices, eg smoke detector, garage pir, remotes that are all wireless - ethernet, for control and internet access worldwide - tel access for sms messaging. - a 'professional' alarm meeting 'regs' For this spec, particularly internet access I could not find anything equivelent near the price ... and I'm happy I made the right purchase. The alarm industry thinks differently to the IT industry and its a pain getting used to the concepts of alarm systems and that installer, admin users, users are all allowed to control different things. After much messing about the system is successfully installed, with a few fustrations and issues: - there is a spare button on the remotes I would like to program as a panic alarm .. not possible. - sms messaging does not yet work, and scantronic say its unreliable. This is their design, as its a common reliable service with pstn cordless telephones. I will probably have to abandon my desire for an sms alert to then web monitor the alarm - I succesfully access the alarm web pages from outside the house (via port mapping on the dsl gateway), and can control and monitor the alarm, but the web pages don't support all the alarm features. This is as near as you get to an internet enabled burglar alarm and I think if scantronic applied a bit more design effort to the internet the would have a world-beating contemporary burglar alarm.

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The I-ON40 is a hybrid one-box solution, featuring 24 radio zones and 16 wired zones in one compact control panel.
Really?
4 4
Totally brilliant system... installed loads of these........not sure what your guys issues are...... GSM module that sends SMS messages and voicemails is fab.... but only if a good signal strength is reported. Watch out for EE closing down transmitters... The comms that use BT network (speech dialers) can also send text messages..... so........not sure why you cant get the correct comms for your footprint and requirements. The web pages do support all the alarm features that you will ever need to access remotely. A keypad has never broken on me....ever.....were you using the biggest flat bladded screwdriver known to man? or a shovel perhaps? yes online doesn't send you an email telling you your being robbed. however........ as for LAN interface.....mmmmmmm........so the web browers isn't over the LAN ?
I-on 40
3 4
As i already had all needed wiring done I opted for a system capable of housing both wired and wireless devices. I wanted to use the existing wires and expand the system to also cover my garage some 10 meters (30ft) from the main buiding with wireless devices. The manuals included in the box really doesn't cover you what you need to install and configure the system. I don't know if that is deliberately or not but it is annoying. You can find most of the stuff by a bit of googling though. The plug-on GSM communicator (who buy so called "POTS" stuff anymore?) is annoyingly expensive. And the internal webserver is mainly used for configuration purpouses so it cannot be utilized as an interface for alerts...hmm...well.. ( a skilled person would be able to create a such - for example by using a technique called "screenscaping"). Myself? - I would probably go for the old fashioned Speech dialer now and wait for better pricing and/or a better LAN interface. Overall impressions: It is not the easiest system i have installed, nor the most flexible. It has a few basic configurations you have to stay within and for the newbee it is NOT intuitive! The difference in configuration options you get from a part setting or partitioned system could be better explained and the different zone types may have a bit of a strange behaviour for the DYI-alarm-installer The plastic front on the keypads is a really bad design. Both my keypads broke when i tried to carefully remove the front. The tiny plasic tips broke off almost at once. The system is NOT fool-proof. Changes made on a user or zone might disable a prox tag or remote without any warnings. A configuration change on a zone might disable already "learned" wireless devices. But when carefully programmed and tested it seem to do its work quite well.
I-on 40
3 4
As a reasonably skilled DIY installer I purchased this with a few specific things in mind - replacing an old (scantronic) burglar alarm where I was re-using some of the wiring - add new devices, eg smoke detector, garage pir, remotes that are all wireless - ethernet, for control and internet access worldwide - tel access for sms messaging. - a 'professional' alarm meeting 'regs' For this spec, particularly internet access I could not find anything equivelent near the price ... and I'm happy I made the right purchase. The alarm industry thinks differently to the IT industry and its a pain getting used to the concepts of alarm systems and that installer, admin users, users are all allowed to control different things. After much messing about the system is successfully installed, with a few fustrations and issues: - there is a spare button on the remotes I would like to program as a panic alarm .. not possible. - sms messaging does not yet work, and scantronic say its unreliable. This is their design, as its a common reliable service with pstn cordless telephones. I will probably have to abandon my desire for an sms alert to then web monitor the alarm - I succesfully access the alarm web pages from outside the house (via port mapping on the dsl gateway), and can control and monitor the alarm, but the web pages don't support all the alarm features. This is as near as you get to an internet enabled burglar alarm and I think if scantronic applied a bit more design effort to the internet the would have a world-beating contemporary burglar alarm.

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