Pyronix V2 GSM GSM Speech Dialler with Automation Control

£198.99 +VAT

Manufacturer: Pyronix

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The V2 GSM is the latest innovative speech dialler from Pyronix Ltd.The speech dialler can send out alarm voice messages or SMS messages after an activation to an input, all of which are programmable. The diallers may also be used as a normal telephone if required.

Boasting up to 14 inputs, 52 controllable outputs and fully duplex signalling, they are the ideal solution for customers who would like total control and monitoring of their home/work place, from anywhere in the world.

  • Full duplex hands free
  • Can be used as a fully operational phone
  • On-board microphone and speaker
  • Remote microphone and speaker outputs
  • Full remote control via DTMF tones
  • Output remote control
  • External antenna
  • Automatic Phone Number Recoginition (CLIP)
  • 6 On-board programmable inputs (Expandable to 14)
  • 4 On-board programmable outputs (Expandable to 52)
  • 9 Destination phone numbers
  • Voice/SMS messages to each input
  • 256 event memory log, time and date stamped
Features Description
Inputs The inputs can be programmed to activate following an input state or voltage change. (6-14)
Alarm Voice Messages 10 second voice messages may be recorded foreach alarm input. A common message of 20 seconds may alos be recorded. This message will be sent togehter with each alarm input voice message after activation following an input alarm.
Alarm and Restore SMS Messages 160 string SMS messages may be created for each alarm input. Restore SMS messages on each alarm input may also be created.
Outputs Outputs can be used to control external devices such as vending machines, engines, emergency equipment, home alarms, gates, lighting etc. The outputs can be controlled by the keypad (V2GSM,V2TEL only), SMS CLIP (V2GSM only) or DTMF commands. (4-52)
Automatic Phone Number Recognition (CLIP) Allows the control of outputs following a call from a number without having to answer the call.
Remote control voice menu Access the voice menu to listen in, speak in, control outputs, check the status of equipment, etc.
Remote control SMS commands Send SMS commands to change telephone numbers, control outputs, check the status of each input and external equipment.
Remote speaker and microphone Listen and Speak remotely using the built in or remote speaker and microphone.
Sign of life test calls This function can save the user costs on regular test calls as they will only be sent if the V2 has not made a call in a pre-programmed time frame.
Make outgoing voice calls The keypad of the V2 can be used as an outward calling phone.
Event log The memory log will hold the following number of events (256)
Jamming detection The jamming detection feature will allow the V2s to communicate this event to the user. In order to set up this feature 2 x V2 GSMs are required: one set as a Master and one set as Slave.
Automatic forwarding of service provider SMS messages The V2 GSM will automatically forward any SMS messages from the service provider to one of the user programmed phone numbers such as: low credit or any other communication by the service provider. (including low balance)
Telephone Numbrs Has the abiltiy to dial up to four telephone numbers upon an alarm activation – including mobile numbers which enables you, a relative or neighbour to be informed immediately of an intrusion so that the appropriate action may be taken. (9)
Listen in & Speak in An easy to use listen in option allows you to silently monitor your property wherever you may be. An added two-way speech feature also enables you to speak into the property through discreetly placed speakers. (Full Duplex)
Microphone/ Speaker Discreetly positioned microphones and speakers allow you to listen into your property to verify the cause of an activation and talk back if necessary.


Additional information

Weight 1 kg


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