The GSM entry panel is the ideal solution when wiring or distance is an issue, or when you cannot connect up to a receiver. Entry panels are installed in "stand-alone" mode, that is, by connecting them to a power-supply unit and to the antenna for receiving the GSM signal. The plaque is entirely programmed via SMS text messages. Once you have fitted the SIM card, the system is fully
operational and the whole entry system is managed over the smartphone via SMSs and calls. By pressing the call button, the plaque triggers a call to either mobiles or land lines from which users reply and by using key-combinations can open the front door or gate or barrier.
If you are not satisfied with your purchase, please contact us by phone. Personalized or other customized products cannot be returned for refund or exchange under any circumstances, unless stated otherwise at time of purchase.
We are open Monday - Friday, excluding bank holidays.
For orders received before 2pm we aim to deliver on a next day service
(This does not include any fabricated items)
*Please note there is a 15% restocking charge for returns*
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