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Our Alarm Autodialler Patent from 1964Our Alarm Autodialler Patent from 1964
This is article is certainly showing our companies age and heritage, we have been producing Emergency Alarm Dialler's since 1958, and below is the copy of our Original Patent for our 2nd production model Alarm Autodialler from 1964. Check out the actual unit for this patent here the MKII Autodialler
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The Level 8 Dialler from the Early 90’sThe Level 8 Dialler from the Early 90's! This was a slight deviation away from our normally Emergency Alarm Dialler's Like the M30 and its forbears the MM20,MD20,MK12,MK7 etc. The Level 8s main function was to intercept incoming calls when the main phone switchboard was put into "Night Service" mode and then to automatically transfer a call from any coming exchange line to an answering machine if that call was not taken manually on the "Night Service" Line.
Below is the Original Sales and Information Leaflet from c.1992
MK7 Alarm Autodialler from the 1970sBelow is some Literature on the MK7 Alarm Autodialler from the 1970's. It came with an intergrated battery backup and could send its alarm messages to up to 5 different people. The interesting feature to notice is that it used an 8 track tape!!
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The MKII Alarm Autodialler from 1963The MkII Alarm Autodialler from around 1963 advertised at the time at the "Standfast Alarm Unit". All the Alarm Messages were recorded and stored on the reel to reel tape on top. It was designed to connect to the G.P.O Public Land Telephone lines and designed to monitor.
- Burglar Alarms
- Fire Alarms
- Gas & Oil Pie Lines
- Smoke & Flame Detectors
- Water Levels
- High & Low Temperatures.
The Mk4 Alarm Autodialler from the 1960’s!The Mk4 Alarm Autodialler from the 1960's! Notice the Reel to Reel Tapes on top and the Internal Valves. This Early Autodialler certainly did not connect to the GSM Networks, this was a pure PSTN machine with Pulse / loop disconnect dialling. We still have one in our showroom purring away!
Newpaper Article from 1963 on an early version of the M30 Autodialler
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1978 Article on the MK12c, a Predecessor to the M30 AutodiallerBelow is an early article from the 1978 Poultry World magazine on the Mk12C automatic autodialler an early predecessor of the M30 Alarm dialer. This machine had its messages stored on 8 track tapes!!!!
CLICK HERE to read more from the article 1978 Article on the MK12c, a Predecessor to the M30 Autodialler
1969 Prices of Early Alarm DialersPrices from 1969 of some of the early Alarm Dialers we manufactured the Mk7 & Mk 7 RD. Yours from only £25.0.0d !!