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  • M60 Alarm Dialer 10:50 am on February 18, 2013 Permalink |
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    Emergency Alarm Dialler 

    Emergency Alarm Dialler

    What is an Emergency Alarm Dialler and how does it work?

    An emergency alarm dialer is an electronic piece of equipment that has various sensors, probes and pieces of equipment wired into its alarm contacts. When one of those contacts changes state it instantly communicates that change to the people who have been programmed into it.Alarm diallers are primarily used in critical situations where human/animal lives, large sums of money or time could be wasted if a piece of equipment or process failed.There are various types and grades of emergency alarm dialler available from cheap domestic units for home security systems all the way to hardened industrial units.

     The M30 Alarm Dialler

    Our M30 is an industrial “made for industry” emergency alarm dialer designed for manufacturing plants, pharmaceutical units, horticulture, water process management, power generation, livestock protection or anywhere critical equipment or processes need to be monitored.Emergency Alarm Dialler

    The M30 is in use around the world by such companies as the BBC, Heathrow London Airport and FujiFilm.

    The M30 comes with the following features;

    • 4,8,16 & 56 individual inputs.
    • GSM or PSTN phone line connections.
    • Real Speech Voice messages.
    • SMS Text messages
    • Integrated battery backup.
    • Fully menu and keypad driven.
    • Remote interrogation.


    For more information on our emergency alarm dialler, help or pricing please contact us or visit our standard features or auto dialler FAQs pages.


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  • M60 Alarm Dialer 2:40 pm on February 14, 2013 Permalink |
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    Rugged Automatic Alarm Dialer 

    Rugged Automatic Alarm Dialer

    We have been manufacturing and supplying rugged alarm dialers to industrial and commercial customers since 1958; during that time we have refined our designs to make our units as secure, robust and reliable as possible. Both integrated into and supplied separately are various backup systems, to help ensure you will always get your alarm call.

    The M30 comes in a water & dust tight IP 65 enclosure, all of its alarm inputs and telephone lines have inbuilt lighting arrestors plus integrated mains failure and battery backup.

    Our M30 alarm dialer units are in use around the world in remote and rugged terrains and conditions – Including desalination plants, Gas & Oil refineries, Landfill sites and Power stations.

    The M30’s Standard Features include;

    • 4,8,16 or 56 separate alarm inputs.
      • Each has its own individual speech or SMS message.
    • Integrated Battery Backup 24 plus hour’s standby.
    • Integrated mains failure relay.
    • Real Speech Messages.
    • PSTN and or GSM network Connections.
    • IP65 Enclosure.
    • Lighting arresters on all inputs and PSTN line.
    • Industrial and military grade components.
    • Phone line failure alarm (optional extra).


    For more information on our M30 , help or pricing please contact us or visit our standard features or autodialer FAQs pages.



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  • M60 Alarm Dialer 1:36 pm on February 12, 2013 Permalink |
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    PSTN Autodialler 

    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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