Check your growing environment using a telephone to connect to one of these security monitoring devices by Sensaphone:
Model 400 and Model 800 allow remote notification of these important events:
- Excessively high and low temperature or humidity changes
- Unusual sound disturbances like a smoke/fire/burglar alarm
- Intrusion detection
- Power outages
- Leaks or flooding
Occurrence of any of these events could yield catastrophic consequences if action is not taken immediately. Don’t waste valuable time by being unaware when you could be notified by one of these Sensaphone units. Here is how it works:
When a sensor is triggered, the Sensaphone will make a voice phone call to one of the four pre-programmable numbers until someone answers. You can set the Sensaphone to call your cell phone, property maintenance personnel, or a neighbor. Your Sensaphone unit will
- Identify itself and give the time
- State the problem
- Switch to its built-in microphone so you can hear any alarm.
The primary difference between the Model 400 and Model 800 are the number of external inputs available. The Model 400 has four external inputs and the Model 800 has eight external inputs. Both units offer built-in monitoring for power failure, sound monitoring of audible alarms and temperature sensing, so their respective external inputs can be used for these additional accessories:
Remote Temperature Sensor – Monitors temperatures at a location away from your sensaphone unit. Measures & tells you the exact temperature and triggers an alarm when conditions exceed the set high/low limits. Size: 21⁄2” x 3⁄4” x 1⁄2”
Passive InfraRed Motion Detector – monitor the movement of warm bodies in a specific area. Will cause a dial out if motion is detected. Monitors approx 50’ of unobstructed area. Multiple sensors can be wired in series to a single input. Size: 21⁄2” x 61⁄4” x 2”
Magnetic Reed Switch – used to detect any unauthorized entry. Use on door & windows. Size: 21⁄2” x 1⁄2” x 1⁄2”
Water Detection Sensor – Monitors the presence of water on a horizontal surface. Multiple sensors can be wired in series to a single input.
Size: 21⁄2” x 1” x x1⁄2”
Smoke Detector – Detects smoke independently from the primary fire alarm system
Power Out Alert – Monitor power outages by plugging the unit into any 110VAC outlet
Features & Benefits:
Customizable Voice Alert:
New to the Model 400 and 800, you can create messages related to specific alarms.
Programmable Relay Output:
Use your cell phone to remotely control thermostats or other devices while you are away.
This feature automatically “cuts off” any phone extension when an alarm call is being made by your Sensaphone.
Nonvolatile Memory & Backup:
Should the electricity fail, batteries will automatically take over full monitoring and phone reporting, including telling the user that electricity is off. Uses 6 “D” batteries (not included).