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The M30 Generator Alarm System provides an easy and reliable method to monitor your Generators and Power Plants especially in remote or unmanned locations where it is critical to have a constant power connection. When a problem occurs the M30 will instantly alert the current on call personal by voice and or SMS message to tell them there is a problem on site. Not only can you monitor mains failure detection and generator stop / starts you can also monitor other aspects of the generator e.g. fuel levels, over heating alerts. Plus you can connect anything else on the site than you would like to monitor e.g. Security systems, High/Low temperatures, Water levels etc.
Lone Worker SystemProviding a foolproof method for protecting your staff with out the need for remote fobs or radio equipment. Not only does this save you the worry of of whether the fobs are working and are charged it also means it can be used in places where Radio use is prohibited. For more information visit our Lone Worker page or contact us.
New V50 software released for the M30 Alarm DialerThe new V50 software version has many new features and improvements, but the main changes are listed below.
KeypadThe M30 will now automatically progress to the next slot after a phone number has been added or edited. The only exception is if it is already at the last slot in that roster/group.
DelaysAll Dial out delays on the M30 can now be skipped over/though by simply pressing the "ESC" key. This includes the Input delay, Inter-dial out delay and the Extended pause delay.
Number Skip Dial out FeatureThe M30 now gives you the ability to manually select the number to be dialed from the currently selected roster. For example during your .......
Multi Channel Active Alert FeatureAs of the Summer of 2013 we have added another new feature to our M30 Alarm Dialler, the ability to setup a default "Multi Channel Active" alert message. On a standard M30 when you get an alarm call, the M30 will play a message detailing every current active alarm, this can take a while if there are lots of active alarms, especially on a 16 or 56 channel machine. With the "Multi Channel Active" feature if more than 4 (default is 4 but is alterable) channels/inputs are active the M30 will play a short user recordable message e.g. "There are Multiple Alarms Active, call back or interrogate for more information". If you want to know exactly what channels are active you just have to phone t.......