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The M60 4G Alarm dialler is a purpose built commercial/industrial 4G Alarm Dialler designed for use in remote and harsh environments. It comes with 4,8,16,32 or 56 individual inputs, remote integration, alarm outputs, multiple alarm lists, and integrated battery backup. Each input has it own dedicated Speech and or SMS message so you can easily identify the alarm. The M60 is user friendly and easy to use with a straight forward menu system and LCD display. It can easily connect to the 2G/3G/4G networks to send real speech voice, SMS and Email alarm messages and accepts standard sim cards from all the major networks. The M60 allows the use of extension cables and external antennas so y.......
3G Alarm DiallerThe M60 3G Alarm Dialler is an advanced Alarm Dialler designed primarily for use in critical commercial situations such as Livestock Protection, Power Failures, Environmental Protection, Freezer Temperature Monitoring, Server Rooms and Lone Worker Protection. Our 3G Alarm Dialler has the facility to send both SMS and or Voice alarm messages to your preprogramed alarm contacts. Each input has its own dedicated SMS and Voice message that is user customisable, this makes alarm identification easy so instead of getting a generic "Channel 1 alarm" you would get "High temperature in server room H". You can fit both contract and pay as you go full size 3G sim cards. M60 Features;
GSM Alarm DiallerThe M30 GSM Alarm Dialler is an industrial / commercial unit designed for operating in harsh environments. The M30 comes with all the features you would expect from an industrial unit including; 4 to 56 independent inputs each with their own user recordable speech or SMS message and integrated 24+ hour battery backup to name a few - see the standard features page for a full list. Speech & SMS The M30 Dialler now supports both Speech and SMS alarm messages. This can be individually configured for each Dialout. E.g. Dialout 1 to send a speech message to a land line, Dialout 2 to send a speech message to a mobile and Dialout 3 to send an SMS to a mobile. GSM &.......
Heavy Duty GSM Auto DialerHeavy Duty GSM Auto Dialer The M30 is a Heavy Duty Alarm Autodialer that can work over both the GSM and PSTN phone networks. It is specifically designed for use in hash industrial and commercial environments and comes with all the features that you would expect from a Heavy Duty Auto Dialer. Including 4,8,16 and 56 separate inputs, IP65 enclosure, integrated 24 hr battery backup, spike and surge protection on all inputs, Military quality components and various backup options. Voice over GSM The GSM Converter Module allows the M30 to use a GSM mobile connection to send and receive voice calls; this is in addition to a PSTN connection. The Module comes with a separa.......
How to turn off the answer machine on your mobile phone sim cardIf 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.
- 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.
- To t.......
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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 land 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 har.......