small businesses, property owners, and more, the ALL NEW Sensaphone 400
offers an easy, inexpensive way to monitor a remote facility. It can be
installed in any clean indoor environment to monitor a variety of
The 400 has a built-in ability to monitor
for power failures and to listen to the sound of a smoke detector. There
are also four external inputs that can be connected to a variety of
sensors to monitor temperature, water on the floor, humidity, and much
more. One of the four external inputs already comes with a temperature
sensor for monitoring temperature where the 400 is installed.
When an alarm is detected, the Sensaphone
400 can notify up to four people by making voice phone calls. It will
continue to make phone calls until someone responds to the call. The
voice messages can be custom recorded, so you get to describe each alarm
message that it speaks in your own voice. The phone interface includes a
line seize feature so that extension phones are automatically
disconnected when it needs to make an alarm phone call.
A built-in output relay is provided to
switch an external device either automatically, or manually. You can use
it to have a local light or siren trip when an alarm occurs, or even to
set off a local alarm when the phone line is cut or unplugged. You can
even use it to control a dual setback thermostat to change the
temperature remotely. Also includes nonvolatile memory and a 24-hour
battery backup with user installed batteries.
The Model 400 is ideal for monitoring your
residential home and applications.
Sensaphone 400 Introduction
Sensaphone 400 Applications
Sensaphone 400 Sensors and Features
Sensaphone 400 Demo Voice Clip
Sensaphone 400 Basic Installation
Temperature Sensor Installation and Programming
Connecting a Sensaphone 400 to a Refrigerator or Freezer Alarm Panel