Matrix it is a software platform that offers authorized alarm installation technicians a wide array of tools to review and edit information for any subscriber.
|Customer Access via eLink User Guide||Feel free to provide the following Adobe™ .PDF document to your customers as both sales literature and as a simplified guide to using the eLink system for their own account.|
|Dealer Access Guides||To fully utilize Home Security & Management Company's Dealer Access features you will need to download and review the Dealer Access Guide.|
|Dealer Application Form||Are you an alarm installer interested in using our monitoring services? Please fill-out a combined Dealer and Credit application form and fax it to us at (800) 837-3653.|
|Dealer Data Forms||Customer Data Form (Includes: Customer Data, Scope of Protection, and Open/Close Schedule) , Change of Dealer Form, and Customer Deletion Forms.
|Dealer Reports Snapshot Viewer||To view the dealer report files you must first download and install the Microsoft™ Snapshot Viewer. The Snapshot Viewer enables you to view a report snapshot without having the standard or run-time versions of Microsoft Access 97 through Access 2003.
Supported Operating Systems: Windows 2000, Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows XP
|T-Link TL150-300 Software and Guides||
T-Link line card console software and installation/programming guides.
The T-Link TCP/IP transmitter is compatible with the Power864 and MAXSYS control panels. It works within a proprietary LAN/WAN (intranet) to communicate alarm signals efficiently and economically to a SG-DRL-IP central station receiver line card. The T-Link connection is fully supervised when used in conjunction with the SG-DRL-IP receiver line card. Any tampering or network trouble will be detected. This allows the administrator to respond to the situation instantly. With the use of DSC’s DLS™-3SA downloading software, site administrators can request information from the panel, change user information, generate status reports and gather daily maintenance details (schedules, arm/disarm information) from a PC via the TCP/IP network. (www.dsc.com)
|UL Certificates||HSMC's archive of UL (Underwriters Laboratories, Inc.) Certifications.
Note: UL has developed more than 1000 Standards for Safety. Their Standards for Safety are essential to helping ensure public safety and confidence, reduce costs, and improve quality. Read more about Underwriters Laboratories Alarm System Certificate Services at their official website.
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