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1. Universal interface (ISA) adapted for direct connection to an electronic anti-intrusion system, so as to control the activation and management of said electronic anti-intrusion system in an exclusive manner, without requiring any further external connections, characterized in that it comprises:

- a bus for connecting to said electronic anti-intrusion system;

- an electronic printed circuit board (PCB) housed inside a plastic container closed on all sides, which in turn is secured to the inside of a metal container;

- a series of RJ11 or RJ9 or RJ45 connection sockets on the sides of said plastic and metal containers, for connecting external anti-intrusion detectors;

- a bus for connecting a badge reader for activation;

- a telephone socket;

- an LCD keyboard socket;

- a USB port for interconnection and programming of the anti-intrusion system;

- at least one hole in said plastic and metal containers for the passage of cables fitted with RJ11 or RJ9 or RJ45 plugs;

- a magnetic or mechanic contact connected to a h24/24 tamper line of the anti-intrusion system for protection against illicit opening.

2. Universal interface (ISA) according to claim 1, characterized in that it comprises further outputs for connecting an internal siren and an external siren to the interface.

3. Universal interface (ISA) according to claim 1, characterized in that it comprises:

- for each one of said series of sockets for RJ11 or RJ9 or RJ45 connections, a further individual h24/24 tamper protection or alarm signal for peripheral absence, connected to respective inputs of the control panel and programmed for protection against cable cutting or peripheral/detector disconnection, line cutting or opening by triggering an alarm status, such as siren activation or phone calls for sabotage;

- for each peripheral connected to the interface (ISA), h24/24 protection against disconnection, should the metal container be opened after eluding the detectors and the alarmed container protection by disconnecting the RJ11 connectors.

4. Universal interface (ISA) according to claim 1 or 2 or 3, characterized in that it comprises pre-wired RJ11 or RJ9 or RJ45 plugs in all unused inputs, fitted with a grip for facilitating insertion, having the function of maintaining the on/off state of each detector input channel in the absence of the sensor.

5. Method of installation of a universal interface (ISA) according to any one of claims 1 to 4, comprising the successive steps of:

• not connecting the alarm control panel to the 230V power supply and disconnecting the batteries;

· unscrewing the screws of the metal container and removing the cover;

• opening the control panel in the same way;

• making the ISA interface - control panel connections;

• inserting the cables with RJl l connectors of the output peripherals and of each detector, one at a time, through the hole in the metal container, and connecting them into the respective sockets as labelled;

• last, connecting the cable of the telephone socket to the ISA peripheral;

• closing the container, paying attention that it is positioned correctly, since it will be alarmed;

• connecting the battery in the control panel and closing the container;

· connecting the plug to the power outlet;

• the system will turn on, the siren will sound briefly, while the telephone dialer will start dialing;

• at this stage, the system will be acquiring all detectors and peripherals;

• after a few seconds, the alarm will have to be switched on and thereafter switched off; this procedure will stop the sirens and the telephone dialer, bringing the whole system into the idle condition;

• activation can then be carried out in two ways:

• by sliding the badge on the reader by moving it slowly downwards (after approx. 2 seconds the keyboard will indicate that the system is activated)

· the keyboard will display the symbol T (Total) on the area line, indicating that activation has occurred;

• this step must then be repeated with the badge in order to disarm the system;

• the letter D (Disarmed) will appear, replacing the letter T on the area line;

• the system will now be ready for operation;

· the red LED will go off (a blinking LED will indicate an alarm memory that can be removed by repeating the system arming/disarming function);

• second arming/disarming mode:

• on the keyboard, enter the secret code hidden by scrapable paint, then press OK and

press OK again. Press Esc;

• the system will now be ready for operation;

• the system will be ready for arming only if a blue LED is on, meaning that all detectors must be in the idle condition (i.e. not detecting the presence of people or open door contacts).