Yes, the FAI (Freeze Alarm Intermediate) allows you to program in a delay for the power outage alarm. This helps avoid nuisance alarm calls from power flickers etc.
No, none of the Freeze Alarm or Temperature Guard products can monitor more than one temperature sensor. However the Sensaphone 400 can monitor up to four!
No, the Freeze Alarms cannot do this. However the Sensaphone 400 can do this.
This is selectable via a Switch on the unit. You can choose either 15 minutes of 60 minutes to limit “nuisance” calls from power blips.
No, it has no power.
All of our models will continue to call until the alarm is cancelled by the called person entering the acknowledgement code on any touch tone phone or cell phone. The frequency that the dialer calls back is adjustable on most models.
Yes, all Sensaphone dialers and Freeze Alarms can call a cell phone number. The number can be any phone number from 16 to 40 (depending on model) digits in length, including pauses and the star key if required. They will call a local numbers, international numbers, cell numbers, pagers and even a calling card numbers.
Freeze Alarm models FAI and FAD2 and all Sensaphone dialers work well with voice mail and answering machines. If you have voice mail or an answering machine at your dialer location, messages can be recorded and retrieved as normal. As well you can access your Freeze Alarm through a simple procedure of calling, hanging up […]
Our FreezeAlarms and Sensaphone dialers work well on most digital/DSL and Cable phone lines. Generally speaking if a fax or modem would work on your phone line then any of our dialers will work as well. VOIP lines vary greatly in quality making it difficult for most dialers to work well.
You can cancel the alarm call-out in one of three methods. 1. If you answer a call from the FreezeAlarm, the FreezeAlarm will give you an opportunity to enter the four digit security code which will cancel the alarm call-out. 2. If the FreezeAlarm has left alarm messages on your answering machine or voice […]