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  • M60 Alarm Dialer 11:37 am on September 11, 2012 Permalink |
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    Alarm Speech Dialler 

    Alarm Speech Dialler


    The M30 Alarm Speech Dialler is an industrially designed unit designed for harsh critical environments. It comes in 4, 8, 16 & 56 input/channel versions all with the same standard features, including.

    • Integrated Battery Backup with 24+ hour’s protection.
    • Mains Failure Detection.
    • Individual real speech messages
    • Fully Menu Driven
    • Remote Integration.
    • Fully customizable.

    Each input / channel has its own individual message allowing you to easily identify and differentiae between the separate inputs. For example instead of the M30 reporting “Channel 12” you can record a message saying “Power Failure Block 2”.

    All the speech messages are fully user configurable and designed to be recorded by the end user. Recording and updating speech messages is very simple and is done via the keypad and LCD display, with the M30 offering you hints and tips along the way. To record / update a speech message plug a standard phone handset into the M30, then via the menu and LCD display select the message you want to change and follow the instructions given.


    SMS TEXT Messages

    If you would like an alternative to receiving Alarm Speech Messages we now offer an optional upgrade module that allows you to send SMS Text Messages to your mobile phone instead of or as well as speech messages.

    For more information or to get the current price list please Contact Us or check out the Alarm Dialler Standard Features & Alarm Dialler Optional Features Page.

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  • M60 Alarm Dialer 11:30 am on August 31, 2012 Permalink |
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    Wireless Alarm Autodialler 

    Wireless Alarm Autodialler


    Sometimes it can be more convenient to have a Wireless Alarm Autodialler instead of a wired one connected to the PSTN networks. Our Wireless Autodialler uses the GSM mobile networks in order to send and receive alarm messages.

    Wireless systems do have a number of advantages over a standard wired system;

    • Where it is not possible to get a PSTN landline installed.
    • Where the cost is prohibitive to get a landline installed.
    • Can be used in a temporary installation.
    • Can be used where the item being monitored is regularly moved.
    • Where there is high risk that a land line might fail either because of nature or due to malicious damage.


    We offer two different types of wireless system;

    GSM Dialler Converter Module

    This module allows you to have the best of both worlds, you can either just use the GSM wireless networks to send real speech voice alarm messages or switch to them if the land line fails or is cut.

    SMS Module

    This module allows you send SMS text messages alerting your on call personal there is a problem on site.


    When opting for a wireless system instead of a wired system you do need to be aware they are not typically as reliable as a landline PSTN system. The GSM networks do not have the same operating capacity as PSTN phone networks. That is why at peak times e.g. New Year you cannot get a call out. Governments also have the right to shut down the GSM networks in times of national emergency or when they are performing sensitive operations.

    The GSM networks are also more susceptible to being disrupted by local electrical interference.



    For more information please Contact Us or visit our GSM Dialler Module page or our SMS Alarm Dialler Page

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  • M60 Alarm Dialer 11:32 am on August 13, 2012 Permalink |
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    What is a GSM Alarm Dialler? 

    What is a GSM Alarm Dialler?

    GSM Alarm Diallers are fairly new to the market (i.e. the last 8 years or so) but in that time have shown themselves to be very useful and convenient either as an alternative to a standard Alarm Dialler or as a backup device.

    In situations where it is not practically or financially viable to get a land line installed or where there is a high chance someone might try to block the line a GSM Dialler can be ideal.

    A GSM Alarm Dialler is essentially the same as Landline Version but accepts a sim card and uses the GSM networks to make and receive alarm calls rather than PSTN land lines.

    Not all GSM Diallers are equal most are very cheap and are not designed to cope with commercial or industrial use, nor will they have the features a business might require i.e. multiple dial out lists for different staff rotas. For example the Commercial M30 Autodialler by Packs Infotel can use both Landlines and the GSM network, i.e. The M30 can use the GSM networks all the time or the M30 can use the Land Line networks and only switch to the GSM / Mobile networks if the land line fails.


    But you do need to be bare in mind that GSM / Mobile networks are typically less reliable than a fixed land line, as they are more susceptible to weather and local conditions and have a smaller network capacity. E.g. during peak times the mobile networks often become clogged and fall over. Governments also have the power to turn off or disrupt the GSM and or Mobile networks in an emergency.

    Because of this if you application is critical we would recommend where ever possible to use a land line as the primary medium and use the GSM networks as a backup.


    For more information visit the M30 GSM Autodialler Page,  GSM Module Page or Contact Us

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  • M60 Alarm Dialer 11:45 am on August 8, 2012 Permalink |
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    Horticulture Alarm Systems and Alarm Auto Diallers 

    Horticulture Alarm Systems and Alarm Auto Diallers.


    A Horticulture company’s site normally contains one or multiple glass houses that they use to grow or ripen fruit, vegetables, flowers or plants. These products are then sold on to be eaten or planted. These products especially when young are very sensitive to their environmental conditions especially as more often then not the growers are forcing the plants to grow out of their normal seasons.


    Because of this it is critical to install an alarm system to monitor the environmental conditions of the glass house as even a small drop in temperature can kill off a whole seasons growing and cost the company thousands of pounds in left revenue.


    Of course there is no point in having an alarm system if it goes off at 1 o’clock in the morning and there is no one on site to hear it. As most sites are not manned 247 and the owners/managers house is not on site you need a way to easily communicate the alarm to the correct on call personal.


    The best way to that is via an Alarm Auto Dialler, invented by Packs Infotel in 1958 – When the Alarm Auto Dialler detects an alarm signal either directly from the thermostats or via another system, it checks to see who the current on call staff are depending on the time of day & day of the week. It then sends a real speech message or text message detailing exactly what has happened so the staff can judge whether they need to rush in to deal with the problem or if it can wait for morning. The Alarm Dialler will continue to issue messages until a member of staff acknowledges they are going to deal with the alarm.


    By using a Industrial Alarm Auto Dialler with integrated battery backup and GSM phone line backup you can rest in the safe knowledge that even during a power cut and or phone line interruption you will get a phone call.


    You can also connect the Alarm Auto Dialler to your intruder alarms or lone worker systems to give you extra peace of mind and or to comply with health and safety regulations.



    For more Information please Contact Us or visit the Horticulture Autodialler System Page.

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  • M60 Alarm Dialer 3:41 pm on July 11, 2012 Permalink |
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    The MKII Alarm Autodialler from 1963 

    The 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.

    Check out our current Model; The M30 Autodiallers Features & GSM Dialling Options to see how far we have come since 1968.

    Advertising Lituature from 1963 on the Mk2 Autodialler

    Advertising Lituature from 1963 on the Mk2 Autodialler


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