ADC-SEM100-CDMA Data Sheet
System Enhancement Module | Data Sheet
Remote Monitoring & Control via Web/Mobile
Operation of the SEM from the Alarm.com web and mobile interface is
simple and allows system access at any time, from any location. Web
features from Alarm.com include viewing system and sensor
status/history, arming and disarming the system, setting up and
managing user codes, and creating customized e-mail and text
message notifications for any type of alarm or non-alarm activity at
Fast, Reliable & Secure Wireless Signaling
The SEM is intended to be used as the primary communication path
for alarm signaling to the central monitoring station, via the CDMA
network instead of a landline phone connection.
No Separate Power Supply Needed
The SEM does not require its own battery or transformer. It runs on
the control panel’s AC power and backup battery sources and can
function reliably for more than 24 hours during a power outage.
CDMA Data Sheet
The Alarm.com System Enhancement Module (SEM) is the most cost
effective and comprehensive solution to migrate compatible
Honeywell/ADEMCO VISTA-10P, VISTA-15P, and VISTA-20P panels
to Alarm.com’s award-winning interactive services. Supporting the 3G
CDMA cellular network, the SEM ensures the longest life-cycle with the
most secure and reliable service.
Enable wireless reporting of alarms and other system
events using Verizon’s CDMA wireless (cellular) network
Secure wireless alarm signaling and routing service
operated by Alarm.com
Configure and support installations from any browser or
smartphone, using Alarm.com’s familiar and easy-to-use
web and mobile support tools, including the Dealer Website,
AirFX™, and MobileTech
Enable Alarm.com interactive monitoring and alerting for
Integrate Z-Wave support for Alarm.com’s home automation
and energy management services
Honeywell/ADEMCO VISTA -10P, VISTA-15P, and
VISTA-20P and equivalent panels
Please visit alarm.com/dealer for a full list of
supported panels and compatibility information
12 V nominal, 130 mA (continuous) 2000 mA
(instantaneous peaks) maximum (from panel
Dual Band CDMA/1xRTT (3G)
One ECP three 2-terminal keypad bus
12V power and ground to panel battery
One module/panel communication status LED, one
module power LED, one automation LED, three
wireless communication status LEDs
One LAN LED, one processor LED, one COMM fail
Expansive Coverage Footprint
Alarm.com’s CDMA services are available throughout the United
States on Verizon’s reliable nationwide network.
Home Automation & Energy Management
Alarm.com’s automation and energy management services allow
remote control of Z-Wave devices through web and mobile interfaces.
Rules can be created to leverage the entire system of connected
The SEM’s diagnostic LEDs allow installers to monitor the connection
between the control panel and the module, and between the module
and the CDMA cellular network. The LEDs also indicate cellular signal
strength, which is useful when choosing the best location for the SEM
and antenna installation.
Over the Air (OTA) Upgrades
With Over the Air (OTA) firmware upgrades, you can easily keep your
SEM inventory current and updated with all the latest features.
Easy Remote Programming with AirFX™
Save valuable time and money with Alarm.com’s web based AirFX
Remote Toolkit. Using AirFX, security dealers can troubleshoot and
resolve many customer issues remotely with just the click of a mouse.
• Edit sensor type and name in panel
• Delete sensors
• Change entry/exit delays
• Manage user codes
• Change panel central station settings
AirFX does not require downloader software or a phone line
connection to the control panel.
32 to 120°F (0 to 49°C)
-30 to 140°F (-34 to 60°C)
90% relative humidity non-condensing
(L x W x D) 7.5 x 4.25 x 1.5 in. (19.05 x 11.43 x 3.81
CID and SIA Central Station Signaling—Alarm.com makes it easy to
connect to CID and SIA compatible central stations.
Dealer Support—Need help now? Call our toll-free dealer support for
assistance at 1-866-834-0470.
High-impact, ABS plastic
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