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  • M60 Alarm Dialer 3:38 pm on September 26, 2012 Permalink |
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    What advantages does the SMS Autodialler Module Give me? 

    What advantages does the SMS Autodialler Module Give me?

    The module uses the GSM networks rather than the land line networks to send SMS messages, so it acts as an automatic line backup incase the lanSMS Autodiallerd line has failed, is in use or has been cut.
    As the module allows you to select whether you would like the recipient to receive a voice or SMS message it creates a much more flexible system, with uses outside of the standard communication of alarms.
    For Example;

    • Keep a permanent record of all onsite alarms.
    • Integrate an onsite pager system.
    • Setup channels to “Alert” rather than “Alarm”.
    • Visual alarm messages for the deaf or hard of hearing.

     

    The SMS Upgrade Module is “quad band” meaning it will work in Europe and also most of North & South America Plus  Africa  and Australasia.

    For more information please contact us or visit the SMS Module page.

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  • M60 Alarm Dialer 11:53 am on September 21, 2012 Permalink |
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    How to change the Model 30 Alarm Dialler Software 

    How to change the Model 30 Alarm Dialler Software

    The software that controls the M30 can be found on the CPU board, located on the back of the M30 membrane/front panel.
    IMPORTANT: Before changing the M30 software ALL power MUST be disconnected from the M30. To do this first remove the
    Mains power, this could be done at the source, or by simply pulling out the fuse holder located on the Mains block inside the
    M30.
    It should be noted that the M30 still has power (I.e. The display is still showing information). This is due to the battery back-up
    inside the M30. To disconnect the battery back-up simply press the OFF button located on the Power Supply board, as shown
    in the diagram below, (N.B. The termination plate needs to be removed before access can be made to the mains block and OFF
    button).
    When all power has been removed from the M30, there will be NO input indicators lit and the LCD display will be blank, the
    software can now be safely changed.

    M30 Alarm Dialler

    To obtain access to the software remove the 4 retaining screws shown in the diagram above. The Membrane can now be
    removed from the chassis. (Note: there is a cable that connects the CPU to the Power supply, this does not need to be
    disconnected, but it may be easier to fit the software by removing the cable from the CPU board).
    The software is stored in the EPROM and can be located by a White label clearly showing the current software version.
    Below is an example of an EPROM with the software version M30V40STD8, yours may well be different.

    M30 Software EpromBefore removing the old software, note the direction the small notch at the top of the EPROM is facing. Now using a small
    screwdriver, remove the old software and replace it with the new software, ensuring that the notch is facing in the same
    direction as the old software.
    The M30 can now be put back together, I.e. reconnecting the ribbon cable (if removed), placing the CPU/membrane back in to
    the chassis, re-inserting the retaining screws. Once done the only thing left to do is reconnect the Mains and allow the M30 to
    re-initialise.

    IMPORTANT: It is absolutely vital that the M30 is now tested for all events. (I.e. All alarms are checked and the M30 is tested
    for dialling out, and interrogation.

    IF THE M30 HAS THE KEYPAD FACILITY, THE TELEPHONE NUMBERS WILL NEED TO BE RE-ENTERED.

     

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  • M60 Alarm Dialer 11:37 am on September 11, 2012 Permalink |
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    Alarm Speech Dialler 

    Alarm Speech Dialler

     

    The M30 Alarm Speech Dialler is an industrially designed unit designed for harsh critical environments. It comes in 4, 8, 16 & 56 input/channel versions all with the same standard features, including.

    • Integrated Battery Backup with 24+ hour’s protection.
    • Mains Failure Detection.
    • Individual real speech messages
    • Fully Menu Driven
    • Remote Integration.
    • Fully customizable.

    Each input / channel has its own individual message allowing you to easily identify and differentiae between the separate inputs. For example instead of the M30 reporting “Channel 12” you can record a message saying “Power Failure Block 2”.

    All the speech messages are fully user configurable and designed to be recorded by the end user. Recording and updating speech messages is very simple and is done via the keypad and LCD display, with the M30 offering you hints and tips along the way. To record / update a speech message plug a standard phone handset into the M30, then via the menu and LCD display select the message you want to change and follow the instructions given.

     

    SMS TEXT Messages

    If you would like an alternative to receiving Alarm Speech Messages we now offer an optional upgrade module that allows you to send SMS Text Messages to your mobile phone instead of or as well as speech messages.
     

    For more information or to get the current price list please Contact Us or check out the Alarm Dialler Standard Features & Alarm Dialler Optional Features Page.

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