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Computer Room Auto DialerComputer Room Auto Dialer We have been designing and building Auto dialers since 1958 and installing them in IT environments since the mid 1970’s, during that time we have refined our designs and added user requested features to allow us to purposely design the M30 for use in Server / Computer rooms or other types of IT centre. Because of the amount of money and time that can be lost by a single PC or Server failure the M30 is purposely designed for Critical environments and has various backup and fail safe features built in, including 24hr battery backup, test diagnostics, daily test routines and PSTN / GSM network connections. 4 , 8 , 16 or 56 Individual Inputs<.......
Auto Dialer System for Remote Equipment MonitoringAuto Dialer System for Remote Equipment Monitoring Looking for an Auto Dialer System for remotely monitoring your equipment? We have been designing and manufacturing auto dialer systems since 1958 to securely and reliably remotely monitor equipment in critical and industrial environments all over the world. On activation our M30 can not only send real user recordable speech messages but SMS text messages, pages and local alarm signals to inform you when there is a problem on site. Unlike cheap and domestic systems the M30 is clever and can be setup to help you run your business more efficiently - for example; only report alarm calls during certain hours/days or to ring dif.......
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.......
Alarm Isolate PanelAlarm Isolate Panel The Splitter 2 Alarm Isolate Panel can monitor alarm inputs from up to 16 totally separate devices. For example High / Low Temperature, Mains Failure, Security Alarm Panel, Building Management Systems, Boiler Lockout, Standby Generators, Water levels, Humidity etc. The Splitter 2 Alarm Isolate Panel offers both a visual and audible indication of each separate alarm condition and offers you the ability toindividually isolate each input / output at the push of a button Features
- 16 Separate Inputs
- 16 Separate Outputs
- Bell / Strobe Output
- Bell / Strobe Isolate
- Individual Alarm Isolates
- Mains Failure.......
Updated M30 Alarm Autodialler ManualsTo welcome in 2013 we have reissued the M30 Installation and Operating Manuals with all the latest features and enhancements that have been made over the last couple of years - Including the SMS Autodialler Upgrade.To download or view the new 2013 Manuals go to our Data sheet / Manuals Page or click the links below 2013 M30 Autodialler Installation Manual 2013 M30 Operating Manual
For More Information or help on our M30 Autodialler please Contact us or check out the M30 Autodialler FAQ Page.
How to change the Model 30 Alarm Dialler SoftwareHow to change the Model 30 Alarm Dialler Software The software that controls the M30 can be found on the CPU board, located on the back of the M30 membrane/front panel. IMPORTANT: Before changing the M30 software ALL power MUST be disconnected from the M30. To do this first remove the Mains power, this could be done at the source, or by simply pulling out the fuse holder located on the Mains block inside the M30. It should be noted that the M30 still has power (I.e. The display is still showing information). This is due to the battery back-up inside the M30. To disconnect the battery back-up simply press the OFF button located on the Power Supply.......
Wireless Alarm AutodiallerWireless 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 .......