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  • M30 Alarm Dialer 1:36 pm on February 12, 2013 PSTN Autodialler
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    PSTN Autodialler

    A PSTN Autodialler uses a standard public network land phone line to call its user programmed telephone numbers to inform them of a problem instead of the mobile GSM networks. This can be preferable in critical situations or where mobile phone reception is poor or totally unavailable.

    Using the PSTN networks gives you a sense of security that no matter how busy or clogged the Mobile phone networks become you will always get your call.PSTN Autodialler

     

    Our M30 PSTN Autodialler will connect to any device that provides a Normally Open or Normally Closed output; if your alarm panel provides a 12vdc output we can provide a simple conversion module.

     

    The M30’s Features include

    • 4,8,16 & 56 separate inputs.
    • Integrated 24+hr battery backup.
    • Integrated Mains Failure output
    • Real user recordable voice messages
    • Landlines, Mobiles, Pager communication.
    • Fully keypad and menu driven.
    • Remote integration.

     

    For more information on our PSTN Autodialler , help or pricing please contact us or visit our standard features or autodialer FAQs pages.

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  • M30 Alarm Dialer 10:42 am on February 11, 2013 How to Choose an Alarm Speech Dialer
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    How to Choose an Alarm Speech Dialer for Remotely Monitoring your Business.

    In today’s world where business owners need to look after penny, you need to know the product you buy is not only suitable for the task, but it will meet the needs of any insurance or regulatory bodies and it is value for money.

    First what is an Alarm Dialer?

    An Alarm Dialer is an electronic device that monitors signals\alarms\events and then when that signal changes will send a communication normally a voice message via the telephone network. The signals can be wide ranging from intruder systems, power failures, high/low How to Choose an Alarm Speech Dialertemperatures, equipment failures etc.

    They are often used in remote or unmanned locations or when it is critical that an onsite event is communicated quickly. For example you might need to know that there is an intruder in a shop or a high temperature alarm in a poultry shed or that the drug research freezers have failed.

     

    The four most common types of Alarm Dialer;

    Domestic

    Domestic alarm dialers normally have 1 to 4 separate inputs, they don’t include a battery backup and their components are not protected against the spikes or surges you might find on an industrial site.

    Industrial

    Industrial alarm dialers tend to have large ranges of separate inputs, with some reaching 56. Integrated battery backups are fitted as standard to protect against power cuts, surge protection and high grade electronics mean the units are repairable and are more reliant against electrical problems.

    They tend to have many advanced features that felicitate business users, such as automatically changing the telephone numbers to the person who is currently on call.

    Wireless/GSM

    In remote locations it may be cost prohibitive to have a land line fitted just for your alarm system or you might have reliability problems such as lines going down in the snow or high winds. If the system is for a high security premises then you might be worried about the land line being cut. In these cases a dedicated GSM Alarm Dialer would be appropriate. GSM Alarm dialers use the GSM Mobile/Cell phone networks to send alarm messages instead of the land line networks. Some more advanced dialers can use both the land line, and the gsm networks switching between the two as the need arises.

    Multi Channel

    If you have a large site with multiple alarms with varying degrees of importance then you should think about getting a multi channel Alarm Dialer. Multi channel machines tend to have more than 4 channels with some ranging up to 56. Each channel or input has its own individual speech message and visual indicator. This means when it phones you at 3 o’clock in the morning you can differentiate between the channels and make a decision of whether it can wait until the morning or if you need to rush in now. When you do arrive on site you can look at the front of the machine and see where on the site the fault lies.

    Remember if you don’t buy the right type of Alarm Dialer not only might you be left in the dark when an event occurs but you might not be covered by your insurance.

     

    For More Information on our Industrial M30  Emergency Alarm Dialler and how it can help protect your business,  please Contact us or visit check out the M30 Alarm Dialler Standard Features and Alarm Dialler Optional Features Pages.

     

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  • M30 Alarm Dialer 11:46 am on February 6, 2013 Updated M30 Alarm Autodialler Manuals
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    Updated M30 Alarm Autodialler Manuals 

    To welcome in 2013 we have reissued the M30 Installation and Operating Manuals with all the latest features and enhancements that have been made over the last couple of years – Including the SMS Autodialler Upgrade.

    M30 Manuals

    M30 Manuals

    To download or view the new 2013 Manuals go to our Data sheet / Manuals Page or click the links below

     

    2013 M30 Autodialler Installation Manual

     

    2013 M30 Operating Manual

     

     

     

     

    For More Information or help on our M30 Autodialler please Contact us or check out the M30 Autodialler FAQ Page.

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  • M30 Alarm Dialer 2:38 pm on January 31, 2013 Our Alarm Autodialler Patent from 1964
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    Our Alarm Autodialler Patent from 1964

    This is article is certainly showing our companies age and heritage, we have been producing  Emergency Alarm Dialler‘s since 1958, and below is the copy of our Original Patent for our 2nd production model Alarm Autodialler from 1964. Check out the actual unit for this patent here the MKII Autodialler

    Patent for the Alarm Autodialler from 1963

    Patent for the Alarm Autodialler from 1963

    For More Information on our current and upto date  Emergency Alarm Diallers, please Contact us or visit check out the M30 Alarm Dialler Standard Features and Alarm Dialler Optional Features Pages.

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  • M30 Alarm Dialer 1:33 pm on January 24, 2013 The Level 8 Dialler from the Early 90’s
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    The Level 8 Dialler from the Early 90’s!

    This was a slight deviation away from our normally Emergency Alarm Dialler‘s Like the M30 and its forbears the MM20,MD20,MK12,MK7 etc.

    The Level 8s main function was to intercept incoming calls when the main phone switchboard was put into “Night Service” mode and then to automatically transfer a call from any coming exchange line to an answering machine if that call was not taken manually  on the “Night Service” Line.

    Below is the Original Sales and Information Leaflet from c.1992

    The Level 8 Dialler from the Early 90's

    The Level 8 Dialler from the Early 90’s

     

    For More Information on our current Emergency Alarm Diallers, please Contact us or visit check out the M30 Alarm Dialler Standard Features and Alarm Dialler Optional Features Pages.

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  • M30 Alarm Dialer 12:22 am on January 1, 2013 Happy New Year 2013
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    Happy New Year 2013 

    Happy New Year

     

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  • M30 Alarm Dialer 3:00 pm on December 24, 2012 Merry Christmas
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    Merry Christmas

     

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  • M30 Alarm Dialer 12:30 pm on October 22, 2012 How to turn off the answer machine on your mobile phone sim card
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    How to turn off the answer machine on your mobile phone sim card 

    If you are putting  a mobile phone sim card into a GSM Autodialler you must first disable the Answer Phone otherwise you when ever you try to interrogate the GSM Autodialler or cancel it you will get the answer phone rather than the Autodialler.

    Vodaphone

    • To turn the answer phone off:
    • Dial 1210 and press send.
    • To turn the answer phone on:
    • Dial 1211 and press send.

    Orange

    • To turn the answer phone off or on:
    • Contact customer services on 150 ask them to turn it on or off.
    • Some handsets allow you to adjust the settings from the menus.

    O2

    • To turn the answer phone off:
    • Dial 1760 and press send.
    • To turn the answer phone on:
    • Dial 1750 and press send.

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    • To turn the answer phone off or on:
    • Contact customer services on 1913 ask them to turn it on or off.
    • Some handsets allow you to adjust the settings from the menus.

    For more information or help contact us or visit the GSM or SMS Page

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  • M30 Alarm Dialer 4:28 pm on October 11, 2012 Fire Alarm Auto Dialer
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    Fire Alarm Auto Dialer

    Having an Alarm Auto Dialer attached to your buildings Fire Alarm today should be considered essential not only your peace of mind but a lot of insurance companies now require it.

    A fire alarm without an Autodialer is a bit like the proverbial tree in the woods, if you have spend thousands of pounds getting the latest fire alarm installed with smoke and heat detectors dotted around and it is triggered at 0200 in the morning and no one hears it then it Fire Alarm Auto Dialerwas a waste of money when you arrive in the morning and find the buildings no longer there.

    Even if you have a 24hr manned site with a security office you want them dealing with the fire  and making sure the building has been evacuated not trying to find the emergency contact list.

    Most types of Autodialer supplied today are not up to the task, they are designed as cheap add-ons for residential intruder systems where if they fail and don’t dial out it’s not the end of the world. But if there’s a fire and people’s lives or your business is at stake then you need a reliable peace of equipment that is designed for the job.

     

    At a bare minimum you should make sure your Auto Dialer has the following features;

    • Industrial/commercially designed with quality internal components (not built as quickly and cheaply as possible using the cheapest parts around).
    • Multiple channels/inputs that allow the distinction of different areas/zones of the building.
    • Integrated battery backup (not external or made / supplied by a third party as they might not be compatible and won’t be monitored.)
    • Integrated mains failure.
    • Integrated low battery alarm.
    • Customisable messages that meet the specification laid down to dial 999.
    • Being able to program in multiple alarm message recipients.
    • Knowing that the machine will keep trying to send alarm messages until the alarm has been acknowledged.
    • Be fully serviceable (6 or 12 monthly) by the manufacturer or by a Service Company fully trained by the manufacture.
    • IP65 Enclosure to protect from moisture / dust and insects causing damage.

     

    For example the M30 Autodialer has the following extra features as well;

    • Channel to Roster With this feature installed each channel is in practice a separate machine, which will dial a totally separate set of alarm numbers. So for example if channel 1 was activated it would phone telephone list 1, if channel 2 was activated is would phone telephone list 2 etc.  This is ideal for a block of businesses where you want to communicate the detection of an alarm to the building owners and the individual businesses with out disturbing everyone else or buying multiple Autodialers.
    • Telephone line Backup – if the Land line fails e.g. a provider fault or the fire has taken out the line, the M30 will automatically switch to the GSM mobile/cell networks.
    • SMS Text Message – The M30 can now send SMS text messages as well as Speech messages to each recipient. For more information check out the SMS Autodialer Page.

    The M30 and its predecessors have been used around the world for the protection of People, Assets, Property and livestock since 1956.

     

    For more information how the M30 can connect to your fire alarm and the current Pricing please Contact Us or visit the Autodialer Features or Autodialer Options Page.

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  • M30 Alarm Dialer 3:48 pm on October 3, 2012 MK7 Alarm Autodialler from the 1970s
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    MK7 Alarm Autodialler from the 1970s 

    Below is some Literature on the MK7 Alarm Autodialler from the 1970’s.

    It came with an intergrated battery backup and could send its alarm messages to up to 5 different people.

    The interesting feature to notice is that it used an 8 track tape!!

     

     

    Mk7 Autodialler from the 70's

     

    For more information on our current M30 check out its Standard and Optional Features or contact us for a quote.

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