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This is a very, very common inquiry. You have two options for this, one is to use the Xlink Cellular Gateway – http://www.absoluteautomation.com/xlink-bttn-cellular-bluetooth-gateway/ – (which means leaving your cell phone at the cabin) the other option is to use a “Cellular Terminal” such as the Telular – http://www.absoluteautomation.com/telular-sx6-terminal/ – in which case all you would [...]
This video shows how to link your X Link Bluetooth Device to your Cell Phone. Great for use with Freeze Alarms when there is not a land line available.
This could be a few things, however the most common reason we are currently experiencing is that the SIM Card is for a different type of network than 3G (which is the only network the Telular SX6TEs are designed for use on). To check this take a look at the SIM Card you are using [...]
The Telular fixed cellular terminals can be used in Canada on the Bell or Rogers networks. At the moment (June, 2012) there is not a model available for the Telus network.
Yes, we carry an external antenna with 16′ of coax. The model number is FGDCELLANT.
Simply press 1 to acknowledge.
Yes! You can simply log into the Sensaphone server from a browser on any computer with the internet. You may refresh your 682 page to view the most current conditions. You may also program and make changes to the program from this screen!
No, your One Year Communication Service covers all of your access fees including alarm notification telephone calls and web server access.