- Integrates easily with your INSTEON home automation devices
- Fully-programmable system offers extensive remote monitoring and control capability via telephone
- Calls out up to four phone numbers to notify you of abnormal conditions
- Built-in temperature, noise and power failure sensors, along with a microphone for listen-in monitoring
- One hardwired relay output for controlling a thermostat, lights, appliances or other low-voltage relay
Remotely protect and monitor your vacation home, cabin or cottage, with the Sensaphone 400. This device detects potential disastrous problems and monitors environmental conditions, calling out up to four different numbers when a change or abnormal condition is detected; it also allows you to remotely control devices via your telephone or cell phone. It is simple to install, program and operate; no changes to standard electrical or telephone service is required.
Three sensors are built-in to the Sensaphone 400 to detect temperature, loud noise and power failures. With four hardwired inputs available, additional sensors can be added to monitor water leakage, humidity changes, outdoor temperature, glass breaking, motion detection, and opening windows or doors. You can even monitor wind, rain, and freezing outdoor temperature conditions. Sensaphone offers voice message customization to describe received alarms. For further peace of mind, if a phone is accidentally left off the hook, the Sensaphone has a line-seize feature to automatically re-establish a dial tone to make an outgoing alarm call. A built-in microphone allows you to call in and listen for live activity at any time.
The relay output on the Sensaphone 400 allows you to connect your thermostat so you can call in and set the temperature hours before you arrive, ensuring that the house is comfortable and cozy from the moment you walk in the door. This device is INSTEON compatible so you have the freedom to periodically call in to turn on lights and appliances, giving your home that lived in look while you're away. If you want to grant entry access to trusted neighbors when you aren't around, connect and electronic door strike to remotely lock and unlock your front door.
The Sensaphone 400 comes with a plug-in AC power supply; however, six C batteries (sold separately) are required for calling out in event of power failure.
1x - Sensaphone 400 - Remote Monitoring and Control
1x - AC Power Adapter
1x - Owners Manual
Optional Input Sensors for the Sensaphone
Out of the box, the Sensaphone 400 has built-in sensors for temperature, noise and power failure. You can expand the monitoring capabilities of the Sensaphone by using any of the four inputs for sensors, so long as the sensors use normally-open or normally-closed contacts.
Other Built-In Features of the Sensaphone
4 user-selectable inputs, temperature or dry-contact
Microphone monitors high sound alarms and enables remote listen-in
AC power failure sensing with variable recognition time
Battery condition monitor (uses 6 "C" alkaline batteries)
User Programmable: alarm recognition time, call delay, inter-call delay, message repetitions
Temperature sensing in Fahrenheit (-20°F to 150°F), or Celsius (-29°C to 65°C)
Individual temperature input calibration
Non-volatile memory for all programmed parameters
The relay outputs are controlled by a low-voltage relay that can handle 30V AC/DC up to 1 Amp (maximum)
Versatile Dial-Out Capabilities
Alert sensors trigger pulse or tone dial-out automatically
Dials 4 phone numbers, up to 32 digits each
Continues dialing numbers in sequence, until acknowledged
Call Progress: Intelligently detects ringing or busy signal
Intelligent dial out to beepers and pagers
Easy Control Access
Keypad for local programming and status report
Unit can be called from any phone to verify status of all monitored conditions
Local or remote enabling/disabling of all dial-out conditions
Can share a single phone line with an answering machine, allowing full operation of both units
Programmable security code access