AUTO POLLING - The Central Station can be programmed to automatically dial out and interrogate all the M30’s at pre-set times to regularly check the status at each remote site. This feature also has a number of other benefits including; checking the condition of the telephone lines, M30 Status and whether the M30 has been turned off. Auto polling can be initiated automatically, manually or when only one alarm has been reported.
ALARM- reporting from outstations. Automatic recording and storage of history of alarms.
DISPLAY- of alarm history - with details of time, date, location and alarm type.
PRINTOUT- as alarms occur they can be printed out on a printer with details of time, date, location and alarm type.
ALARM OUTPUT- If one or more outstations is in alarm or cannot be interrogated on auto polling then a signal can be activated to produce an audible alarm or as a trigger to make an alarm call via a local M30. - This allows the communication of a fault even if there is a catastrophic failure at the remote site.