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  • M60 Alarm Dialer 11:34 am on June 14, 2013 Permalink |
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    Remote Alarm Monitoring SMS 

    Remote Alarm Monitoring SMS

    You can have the most advanced alarm system in the world, but like the proverbial tree in the forest, if no one hears it, not only was the system a waste of money but you have probably lost whatever it was monitoring.

    Remote Alarm Monitoring SMS

    Remote Alarm Monitoring with SMS

    That is why our M30 Alarm Dialer is specifically designed to Remotely Monitor Alarms on unmanned or critical industrial / commercial sites. It comes with all the types of feature you would expect from an industrial unit, including; 4-56 separate inputs, GSM & PSTN communication, industrial components, integrated battery backup and an IP56 enclosure. – Check out more features at the bottom of this post.

    The M30 Alarm dialer can even be installed in locations without a physical phone line by using its GSM voice and SMS options.

    The SMS option allows you can choose the type of message (SMS / Speech message) each alarm recipient will get via the easy to use LCD and menu system. E.g. If you wanted you could set it up so that the first person gets a SMS, the second a voice, the third a SMS etc.

    Each input/channel on the M30 has its own user definable message SMS and speech message so instead of a generic “channel 1 alarm” you will receive a more useful “High Temperature in building 181” each machine also has a unit identifier message (e.g. “This is the Aberdeen water treatment plant”) to enable you to easily distingSMS Alarm Messagesuish where the alarm message has come from.

    Below are some of the features available on the M30;

    • 4,8,16 and 56 individual inputs/ channels.
    • Individual user recordable speech and or SMS messages for each input.
    • Voice, SMS, Pager alarm messages
    • PSTN and or GSM phone network connection.
    • Remote 247 Interrogation from any phone.
    • Integrated Mains Failure detection.
    • 24 Hour battery Backup
    • Fully Menu and Keypad driven
    • IP56 Industrial enclosure.

    Because the M30 is designed and built by ourselves in the UK if there is a special function you need for your application then we will normally be happy to create it for you.

    The above list is only a small selection of the M30 features, for more comprehensive information please contact us or visit the standard or optional features pages.

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  • M60 Alarm Dialer 2:24 pm on June 7, 2013 Permalink |
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    SCADA Alarm Dialer 

    SCADA Alarm Dialer

    The M30 Alarm Dialer is designed to interface directly with industrial SCADA systems and can be simply connected to your SCADA alarm output board or interface module to enable simple monitoring of your systems.

    As the M30 is often used in hostile industrial environments where SCADA systems have been also been protected the M30 is also designed to withstand temperature, vibration, and voltage extremes and comes with 4, 8, 16 & 56 individual alarm inputs, an IP56 enclosure, integrated battery backup and integrated mains failure monitoring.

    The M30 also has redundancy built in, with the ability to automatically detect the failure of its connected phone line and then set off a lo

    cal alarm and or switch to a backup GSM connection.

    SCADA Alarm Dialer

    SCADA Alarm Dialer

    The M30 is used around the world for monitoring and reporting alarms from a diverse range of situations including water and w

    aste control, energy production, oil and gas refining, airports, office buildings, nuclear power plants, water systems, factories, hospitals, live stock and

    horticulture production to name a few.

    GSM and or PSTN Connections

    The M30 can use both the GSM and or the PSTN land line networks to make and receive Voice a

    larm calls.

    Each Input/Channel has a user recordable message that is setup though the easy to use keypad and LCD display

    system.

    The GSM connection can either be used as a dedicated solution if you don’t have or want to use a PSTN line, or you can use it as a backup. When used as a backup, the M30 monitors the connected PSTN land line connection and when a failure is detected it will automatically move the M30 across to the GSM line.

    SMS Alarm Messages

    The SMS feature can be used as well as or instead of a voice call.SMS Alarm Messages

    Each input/channel has its own independent configurable message, plus there is universal machine identification, useful if you have more than one machine.

    Setup is very easy and is all done via the keypad and LCD display. When setting up the outgoing alarm contact list you simply choose whether you would like the recipient to receive a SMS or voice call.

     

    The M30 SCADA Alarm Dialer Features Include;

    • 4, 8, 16 & 56 individual alarm inputs / channels.
    • Individual Speech Messages for each input.
    • Individual SMS Messages for each input.
    • PSTN & GSM Options.
    • Internal Mains Failure Alarm Sensor.
    • 24+ Hour Internal Battery Backup.
    • Fully Menu and Keypad Driven.
    • IP56 Industrial Rated Enclosure.

     

    The above list is only a small subset of the features available for the M30, visit our Standard  and Optional  features pages for more information, in addition as the M30 is designed and built by us in the UK if there is a feature you need or you want the M30 to work in a particular way for your application then please give us a call as we can normally create them for you.

     

    For a current pricelist please contact us for a quote.

     

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  • M60 Alarm Dialer 12:41 pm on June 3, 2013 Permalink |
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    May 2013 Monthly Roundup 

    May 2013 Monthly Roundup

     

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  • M60 Alarm Dialer 12:39 pm on June 3, 2013 Permalink |
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    SCADA Autodialer 

    SCADA Autodialer

    We have just added a new Page on our website on how our M30 Autodialer is used around the world by our customers for remotely moniroting their SCADA systems.

    Check it out below.

    http://www.autodialer-alarm.com/html/scada_autodialer.html

    SCADA Autodialer

    SCADA Autodialer

     

     

     

     

    For a current pricelist please contact us for a quote.

     

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