Grade 4 signalling offers the highest level of protection, the BT phone line on which GSM Roaming operates is monitored constantly so in the event of the line being cut or there is a fault on the line a signal is sent to the Alarm Receiving Centre (ARC) within just 40 seconds.
Benefits from being ‘dual path’ which means that two separate routes are used to signal the alarms to your Alarm Receiving Centre (ARC). So, in the event of one path being faulty or unavailable a signal will still be sent via the other path.Redcare Fire brochure
Grade 4 alarm signalling that monitors property and premises every second of the day by actively checking that your alarm is always working. Redcare Classic Fire is suitable for all alarm systems; does not need a dedicated phone line; sends alarms even when the line is in use; works on broadband lines and is ideal for use where there is no or poor mobile phone signal coverage.
Ensures that, if one path fails, there is another signalling path allowing any critical alarm messages to reach the ARC. The alarm signalling paths are provided by wireless mobile phone technology and your phone line or broadband (IP connection) to deliver the alarm signal. Both paths are always monitored and if there is any loss of service the ARC will be alerted.
Single path options G2r and G3r utilise all mobile networks via WorldSIM to signal an alarm, the ideal solution where there is no telephone line available. Dual path options G2, G3 and G4 utilise multiple signalling paths via WorldSIM to signal an alarm and have been designed with the lowest to highest risk premises in mind.CSL Security Range brochure 2016
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