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.
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.
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.
What would happen if the SAT4D were to experience something like 20 alarms in a day? Would it continue to communicate all those alarms with the Sensaphone server or would it stop? That’s not a problem. We have had devices do this before and there have been no issues and there are no additional charges […]
Most Sensaphone models are designed to call when the power is interrupted only, but you can simply add a FGD0054 to any spare input to have it call you when the power is restored.
With the Sensaphones 400 and 800 once the alarm is acknowledged it won’t alarm/call again unless the alarm is reset. With the Sensaphone 1400 and 1800 that is also true by default BUT there is a reset timer that may be used that will have the dialer keep calling if the alarm is not fixed […]
Follow the below steps on your Sensaphone Alarm – Set – Rings/TAD – 4 – 2 – Enter – Sensor on/off – Set