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18th May 2022 Issue no. 607
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GJD's GSM dialler
GJD, a leading British manufacturer of professional security equipment has announced the benefits of its feature rich GSM dialler. The GSM is designed to connect with different alarm systems and automatically dial telephone numbers to announce a verbal or SMS alert when the system has been activated.
Once triggered, the GSM dialler has nine programmable dial-out numbers for voice and SMS messages. This enables a fast and reliable notification to all contacted users, ensuring total peace of mind.
The GSM connects with a convenient app for mobiles and tablets, which is renowned for speed and user-friendly features. The app enables professional installers to change the settings from anywhere and at any time, including remote set up of new GSM's, the ability to switch the GSM on/off or return it to the factory default settings.
Carl Fletcher, Sales Manager at GJD commented: "The GJD GSM dialler is a well-priced product with installer friendly features. The free app which is available on both IPhone and Android makes it quick and easy for installers to make changes remotely at any time, from anywhere".
The innovative design of the GSM allows for six inputs and four outputs to enable seamless connection to other intruder systems including gas detection, flood defence and heat sensors.
The dialler is simply connected to all main networks on pay as you go, (except Three), so there is no requirement for a special telephone line or line rental. A major benefit is cost efficiency, as it will only dial out when an alarm is triggered. Other advantages include a test SMS feature to keep the pay as you go SIM card active, as well as a pay as you go low credit alert. The versatile intrusion communication device can also be used with a contract SIM.
Further features include a back-lit LCD, which shows text in eight languages, a built in microphone and battery back-up.
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