AD Alarms telephone speech dialler offers a great deal of security to any premises.
The dialler is wired to the security alarm system so that if the alarm is activated it will immediately ring up to 9 different telephones, which can be a landline or mobile numbers, and playback a pre-recorded message informing of the intrusion.
There is also a wireless version that works from a mobile SIM card so that if the intruders have cut the telephone line it will still ring out. This allows the owners of the premises to effectively act as their own monitoring station without the high costs of the same service from a private company.
Three separate trigger inputs each programmable to 9 telephone numbers.
Programmable 9 x 32 digit phone numbers for each trigger.
Three separate recordable messages.
18-second duration recordable message for each trigger.
Built-in memory for telephone numbers and programmed settings.
Mobile version accepts most readily available SIM cards..
A wired telephone speech dialler can usually be wired into an existing security alarm system quickly and inexpensively.
A telephone speech dialler can be added to any existing security alarm and can ring up to 9 mobile or landlines, and play your personalised pre-recorded message. You can effectively monitor your own premises free of charge from any location in the world.
If there is no telephone line to the building, you can use a device to transfer the outgoing telephone message to one using the mobile network. Sometimes customers will do this even if they have a telephone line to the building because this can be cut to stop the outgoing telephone signal but not if you’re using the mobile network.
So you could be auto dialler directly into the GSM gateway device in a secure hidden place and then once the security alarm is triggered it will use the invisible mobile network to ring out. GO to GMS Gateway .
This particular speech dialler will allow three different separate messages to be recorded, with three different trigger connections so that you can have one for the security alarm, one for a fire alarm, and one for another use – such as a panic button for someone in need of medical attention. In fact, you can cover any kind of occurrence as long as the message and the trigger is applied.