Absolute Automation Knowledgebase » Freeze Alarms
Absolutely not. All of our alarm dialers and alert products are designed for DIY installation, use and monitoring meaning the user selects who the alarm contacts to alert of alarm conditions. This means no recurring fees or monitoring fees, YOU own and operate the system 100%.
To activate and register your HomeSitter TEC/MarCell Cellular freeze alarm you will need to go to: www.sensoredlife.com. To purchase your Cellular Freeze Alarm please click here – http://www.absoluteautomation.com/hs-500-homesitter-tec-cellular-freeze-alarm/.
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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.
Canceling the Alarm Call-Out during a call from the FreezeAlarm: When the FreezeAlarm calls you, you will initially hear either the factory recorded alarm message or your custom alarm message that you recorded during the programming section. Hello, this is your Automated Monitoring System. (Or you will hear your custom alarm message that was recorded [...]
Freeze Alarms and all of our other alarm dialer units require a phone line. However this phone line does not have to be a classic analog style land line. As a general rule of thumb, if your phone service has an RJ11 (normal phone jack) jack which you can plug a normal telephone or fax [...]
Verify you have the dip switch settings correct. Table 3: DIP switch settings and functions Switch Function (switch in UP position is the default) 1 Temperature low or high: · UP, when the monitored environment temp falls below 45ºF (7.2ºC) an alarm message is sent. · DOWN, when the monitored environment temp rises above 85ºF [...]
The Freeze Alarm units can be set to a MAXIMUM incoming ring count of 30 rings. This is helpful if owners are concerned about people calling and having the Freeze Alarm answer, allowing potential intruders to realize the home is currently unoccupied.
It is a 12V 200ma adapter with the negative terminal on the outside of the ring.