Yes you can, you can view and explore an actual Sensphone WEB600 here – http://web600.sensaphone.com/1.html
One of the great things about using “dry” contact sensors is that you can wire as many sensors which are the same “Normality” back to one input in a circuit. See the below two diagrams and learn how! For Normally Open Sensors: For Normally Closed Sensors:
If you have a FAD2 or Sensaphone Cottage Sitter please view the below diagram to see how to wire it to remotely switch your home between two thermostats.
If you have a FAD2 or Sensaphone Cottage Sitter please view the below diagram to see how to wire it to a Dual Thermostat.
As long as the Sensaphone CELL682 is in an area with cellular coverage all you need the is the one year plan from Sensaphone. You can than check in on your CELL682 from anywhere in the world using the internet!
All Sensaphone dialers and freeze alarms need a standard phone jack to enable them to make a phone call. Most cell phones do not have phone jacks, but there are cellular terminals available that emulate a land line using the cellular network. We carry the Telular terminal which is available for most cellular providers… http://www.absoluteautomation.com/telular/index.html