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  • M60 Alarm Dialer 3:05 pm on March 3, 2021 Permalink |
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    Professional Alarm Dialer 

    The M60 Professional Alarm Dialer is designed and built in the UK and is our latest alarm dialer since building the world’s first in 1956.

    Professional Alarm Dialer

    The M60 is used around the work in a varied selection of industrial and professional environments such as Power Generation, Livestock Protection, Horticulture Production, Industrial Manufacturing, Pharmaceutical, Building Management and Hospitals.

    As a professional Alarm dialer with over 65 years of design experience behind it, the M60 is fully customisable to meet your needs with many features available as standard.

    Phone Line Monitoring and Backup Options

    The M60 Professional Alarm Dialer can provide an alarm signal if the phone line is cut or fails, this could be used to trigger an onsite siren or even trigger the M60 Professional Alarm Dialer to switch to the Mobile/Cell phone network.

    Voice and SMS Communications

    The M60 Professional Alarm Dialer can send alarm messages by both voice and or SMS, all alarm messages are customisable to allow easy identification of any alarms.

    Integrated Battery Backup

    The M60 Professional Alarm Dialer comes with a dedicated battery backup and mains failure alarm. The standard battery offers a 24 to 48 hour backup facility; this can be upgraded to longer standby times.

    Multiple Inputs

    The M60 Professional Alarm Dialer comes with 4,8,16,32 or 56 individual alarm inputs. Each input can be selected as either Normally Open or Normally Closed. Each input has its user recordable voice message or SMS message allowing you to easily identify where the alarm originated.

    The M60 can normally be upgraded with more inputs once purchased if more inputs are needed or the site is expanded.

    The M60 Professional Alarm Dialer standard features include;

    • 4, 8, 16, 32 & 56 individual alarm inputs / channels.
    • Individual Speech Messages for each input.
    • Individual SMS Messages for each input.
    • PSTN & GSM Options.
    • Internal Mains Failure Alarm Sensor.
    • 48 Hour Internal Battery Backup.
    • Fully Menu and Keypad Driven.
    • IP56 Industrial Rated Enclosure.

    Because the M60 is built by us in the UK if there are any special features you require for your project we can normally create them for you.

    The above is only a small subset of the available features on the M60 Professional Alarm Dialer; for a complete list visit the Standard Features and Optional Features pages or contact us for a quote.

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  • M60 Alarm Dialer 1:36 pm on January 25, 2021 Permalink |
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    Alarm System for Monitoring Unmanned Sites 

    Alarm System for Monitoring Unmanned Sites

    The M60 is an industrial alarm dialler system purposely designed for use in the harsh environments often found in remote and unmanned sites.Alarm System for Monitoring Unmanned Sites

    We have been designing and manufacturing Industrial alarm diallers for unmanned sites since 1956 and have brought all of our experience into our latest version the M60.

    Below are just some of the features that the M60 has;

    4 to 56 Individual Alarm Inputs

    The M60 Alarm Dialler comes in multiple versions providing 4, 8, 16, 32 or 56 individual alarm inputs. Each input can be set as either Normally Closed or Normally Open, depending on your needs.

    Integrated Battery Backup

    The M60 comes with an integrated Battery backup providing up to 48 hours of coverage in a prolonged power cut, this can be increased with optional higher capacity battery packs.

    Voice Alarm Messages over the GSM Mobile/Cell Phone networks

    The M60 can use the 4G/3G mobile/cell phone networks to send voice alarm messages to your pre setup alarm contact list. Each input has its own dedicated voice message which can be customised by the end user; this allows you to easily identify which alarm has triggered the alarm rather than getting a standard “input 12 alarm” message

    SMS Alarm Messages over the 4G & 3G Mobile/Cell Phone networks

    The M60 can send customised SMS alarm messages to your alarm contacts. Each input has its own user definable message.

    Phone Line Backup Facility

    The M60 allows you to connect a standard landline as a primary phone connection; if this fails the M60 will automatically switch to the Mobile/Cell phone network.

    Remote Integration

    The M60 allows you to phone in at any time using the mobile/cell phone network to check its current status. During the Remote Integration the M60 will report any active alarms and let you know if any previously active alarms have now cleared.

    The M60 Alarm System for Monitoring Unmanned Sites standard features include;

    • 4, 8, 16, 32 & 56 individual alarm inputs / channels.
    • Individual Speech Messages for each input.
    • Individual SMS Messages for each input.
    • PSTN & GSM Options.
    • Internal Mains Failure Alarm Sensor.
    • 48 Hour Internal Battery Backup.
    • Fully Menu and Keypad Driven.
    • IP56 Industrial Rated Enclosure.

    Because the M60 is built by us in the UK if there are any special features you require for your project we can normally create them for you.

    The above is only a small subset of the available features on the M60 Alarm System for Monitoring Unmanned Sites; for a complete list visit the Standard Features and Optional Features pages or contact us for a quote.

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  • M60 Alarm Dialer 12:39 pm on March 17, 2015 Permalink |
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    Remote Equipment Failure Monitoring 

    Remote Equipment Failure Monitoring

    Remote Site

    Remote Site

    Having Equipment / machinery / processes / livestock in remote and or unmanned locations means you need to have an effective method of monitoring them for problems or failures. But like the preverbal tree in the forest having an expensive alarm system and sensors is not much use if there is no one around to hear it.

    That is where our M30 comes in, it can safety and securely send alarm messages in the form of voice, SMS or data to the correct on call personnel, instantly informing them of the problems with the remote equipment, allowing them to quickly respond.

    The M30 can use both the standard PSTN land line phone network and GSM mobile/cell network to send alarms. It can also be setup to monitor the connected land line and automatically switch to the GSM mobile/cell phone network if the line fails.

    You can also interrogate the M30 at any time allowing you to check the current status of any alarms.

    The M30 is currently used around the world in a multitude of situations from Power Stations in England, desalination plants in Florida, Railways in Singapore, Live Stock in Wales and Pharmaceuticals in Scotland.

    Below are some of the features available on the M30;

    • 4,8,16 and 56 individual alarm inputs / channels.
    • Individual user recordable speech and or SMS messages for each input.
    • Voice, SMS & Pager alarm messages.
    • PSTN and or GSM phone network connection.
    • Remote 247 Interrogation from any phone.
    • Integrated Mains Failure detection.
    • 24 Hour + battery Backup.
    • Fully Menu and Keypad driven with a backlit LCD display.
    • IP56 Industrial enclosure.

    Because the M30 is designed and built by ourselves in the UK if there is a special function you need for your application then we will normally be happy to create it for you.

     The above list is only a small selection of the M30 features, for more comprehensive information please contact us or visit the standard or optional features pages.

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  • M60 Alarm Dialer 2:05 pm on July 23, 2014 Permalink |
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    Remote Site Alarm System 

    Remote Site Alarm System

    Our UK built and designed M30 Alarm System was created specifically to protect remote and unmanned sites and equipment.

    Remote Site

    Remote Site

    As the M30 is purpose built for remote and harsh environments it comes with all the types of features you might expect including; 4,8,16 or 56 dedicated alarm inputs, voice and SMS alarm messages, integrated 24/48 hour battery backup, low battery alarm, basic surge protection, an IP56 Enclosure rating and a user friendly LCD and keypad.

    Even if your remote site does not have any electricity or phone lines or if they are intermittent you can still use the M30 as it can be run off a 12vdc supply and you can use the GSM mobile/phone lines to make and receive alarm messages.

    The M30 is used around the world by a variety of different businesses and in a multitude of applications including; Railways in Hong Kong, Gas & Oil in Scotland and the Fareo islands, remote power generation on dams and landfills, remote and unmanned livestock farms.

    Below are some of the features available on the M30;

    • 4,8,16 and 56 individual inputs / channels.

      Remote Alarm System

      Remote Alarm System

    • Individual user recordable speech and or SMS messages for each input.
    • Voice, SMS, Pager alarm messages.
    • PSTN and or GSM phone network connection.
    • Remote 247 Interrogation.
    • Integrated Mains Failure detection.
    • 24 Hour plus battery Backup.
    • Fully Menu and Keypad driven
    • IP56 Industrial enclosure.

    Because the M30 is designed and built by ourselves in the UK if there is a special function you need for your application or site then please just ask as we will normally be able to create it for you.

    The above list is only a small selection of the M30 features, for more comprehensive information or pricing please Contact Us or visit the Standard or Optional Features pages.

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  • M60 Alarm Dialer 10:54 am on March 25, 2013 Permalink |
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    Unmanned Site Alarm System 

    Unmanned Site Alarm System

    Having an unmanned site raises all sorts of questions about how you protect the sites security, the monitoring of any running equipment or processes to the welfare and safety of people or livestock.

    Most of those questions can be fixed by installing various types of monitoring and or alarm systems.Remote Site

    Of course you can have the most advanced alarm system on the planet, monitoring every aspect of your unmanned site, with the loudest bells and strobes. But like the proverbial tree in the forest if there is no one around to hear and respond to the alarm you might as well just have an empty box on the wall.

    This is where the M30 Unmanned Site Alarm Dialler comes in – The M30 connects to your current alarm system or you can wire in all your sensors and monitoring equipment direct to the M30. When the M30 receives an alarm signal it will automatically communicate this to the preprogrammed emergency contact list to inform the current on call personal that there is a problem on site.

    The M30 can connect either to a local PSTN landline or to the GSM mobile phone networks; depending on what you have setup the M30 can send user recordable real speech alarm messages, SMS text messages or data to pagers.

    If you worried about your landline failing or being deliberately tampered with, the M30 can monitor the connected PSTN land line, if this fails or is cut the M30 will automatically switch across to the GSM networks.

    The M30 can also trigger an onsite alarm siren or strobe if you wish.

    Below are some of the features available on the M30;Unmanned Site Alarm

    • 4,8,16 and 56 individual inputs/ channels.
    • Individual user recordable speech and or SMS messages for each input.
    • Voice, SMS, Pager alarm messages
    • PSTN and or GSM phone network connection.
    • Remote 247 Interrogation.
    • Integrated Mains Failure detection.
    • 24 Hour battery Backup
    • Fully Menu and Keypad driven
    • IP56 Industrial enclosure.

    Because the M30 is designed and built by ourselves in the UK if there is a special function you need for your application then we will normally be happy to create it for you.

    The above list is only a small selection of the M30 features, for more comprehensive information please contact us or visit the standard or optional features pages.

     

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