DMP intrusion panel extension 4.0 and later replaces the DMP control panel extension 5.8 that is built into Security Center 5.8.
End-of-life for built-in DMP control panel in Security Center 5.9
The DMP control panel extension is built into Security Center 5.8 and earlier. This product is end-of-life. It will be unavailable starting in Security Center 5.9.
In preparation, you can replace the legacy extension with the DMP intrusion panel extension 4.2 now. Or, when you upgrade to Security Center 5.9 or later, you can install the latest version of the DMP intrusion panel extension then.
Comparison of features between DMP control panel and DMP intrusion panel
The DMP intrusion panel extension 4.0 and later is intended to replace the legacy product, DMP control panel, which is a built-in add-on in Security Center 5.8 and earlier.
|Feature or functionality||DMP control panel extension 5.8 and earlier||DMP intrusion panel extension 4.0 and later|
|Installation||When users installs Security Center the extension is included.||User downloads and installs the extension on a preexisting Security Center server.|
|Panel remote session||A panel supports a single remote connection at one time.1|
|Remote connection||Security Center remains connected to
the panel at all times.
To configure a panel using a remote configuration application, like Remote Link, you must deactivate the intrusion detection unit in Security Center, make your changes, and then disconnect Remote Link and reactivated the unit.
|Security Center only
connects to the panel when required, and then releases the connection, unless the
Integrator or Entré connection is used. When either of these connections are used,
you can configure the connection to stay open.
When a remote configuration application, like Remote Link, is connected to the panel, Security Center receives events from the panel, but cannot synchronize with or configure the panel. If Security Center tries to connect to the panel, but cannot, it puts the intrusion detection unit offline (red).
|Scalability and performance||Supports 10 panels with a combined total of 890 entities per Intrusion Manager role.||Supports 300 panels with a combined total of 90,000 entities per Intrusion Manager role.|
|Modification of input behavior||To change the behavior of an input, from the intrusion detection unit's
Peripherals tab, disable the Real-time
status option, and then change the Contact
Fore more information, see How contact types work with DMP.
|To change the behavior of an input, configure the input to raise a Trouble event.|
1DMP intrusion panel extension version 4.1 and later adds support for the Integrator port.