Added feature to the make calls to external
One 2 One Mode 1.
It allows the system to make calls to external numbers by sharing the analog telephone line inside the house. This could be the user's internal phone system. The Telguard will attempt to ring the dedicated phone first and if this is unanswered within a certain number of rings or engaged it will then divert to an external number, such as a mobile. A phone lead from the Hub plugs into a splitter that is shared by the home phone and then plugged into the phone socket.
This mode can be controlled and set in a number of ways:
A wall switch wired to the Hub will also switch the calls from the internal handset to an outside call.
The system will call up to 8 numbers in turn if the previous number is not answered. These numbers can be a landline or mobile numbers or a mix of both. The keypad has a 400 PIN capacity operating the 2 relays which could be the main gate and pedestrian gate. The battery-backed time clock can be used for timing PINs or for deactivating the intercom at certain periods. There are 9-time profiles available.
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