Cellularm cellular telephone communication system for the Guard-It® autodialer. System includes Guard-It® autodialer, LTE GSM Cellular Telephone, 12 hour standby battery, "Rubber Ducky" antenna, and a NEMA 4X enclosure. Picture shows included Guard-It® autodialer. This system is powered by 120 VAC.
N/AStandard phone jack on front panel for programming phone. Voice menu instructions guide programming
N/AUser digitally records five messages, Station ID and four channel alarm messages. High definition digital recordings up to 12 seconds per message. Resident synthesized voice vocabulary for programming guidance.
N/AAT & T T-Mobile
N/AMini (2FF size) SIM card
Data Communications Support1
N/AWireless - Cellularm
N/APager Voice Call
Battery Backup Time
AC Power Requirements
N/A25W 47 ~ 63Hz 85 ~ 264VAC
AC Power Consumption (Standby / Maximum)
N/A60ma AC / 150ma AC
N/AAutomatic alarm for external power failure
N/APrecision voltage controlled, automatic rapid recharge after drain
Universal Signal Inputs
N/ADigital Inputs; open contacts see 5VDC, closed contacts see 5 mA DC
N/A4-20 mA, single ended. Maximum voltage drop VDC. Resolution 0.2% absolute accuracy 0.5%
Local Alarm Relay
N/ATransistor output for TTL or relay drive (500 mA 24 VDC max) activated during unacknowledged alarm
N/ALine jack for connection to public telephone networks
N/ASolid state protectors on phone, power, and signal lines
N/A17 1/2 in.
N/A15 1/2 in.
Mounting Centers Height
Mounting Centers Width
N/A20 to 130 ºF
N/A0 to 95%, Non-condensing
Rotary pulse or tone dialing.
Dials up to 8 different numbers, each up to 60 digits long.
Time between alarm phone calls programmable 0.1 to 99.9 minutes.
Smart calling call progress monitoring detects dial tone, basic ring back and busy.
Power Supply, UL Class 2 120 VAC 50/60 Hz adaptor.
Battery backup, internal 6 volt; 4 AH gel cell provides 20 hours operation during power failure.
NEMA 4X enclosure.
Cellularm cellular communication system.
Analog or Digital Inputs
N/AGUARD-IT® monitors 4 input channels. Each channel can be configured for an analog or digital signal input. The system utilizes the public telephone network as a basic medium for transmission of alarm messages and status calls. It is field programmable by the user at the system's control panel via a standard touch tone phone handset.
Automatic Alarm Reporting
N/AUpon detection of an alarm condition, GUARD-IT® automatically calls a list of up to 8 pre-programmed phone numbers over the standard dial-up telephone network, calling until it gets an acknowledgement. hen a connection is made, the system reports the station identity and the specific alarm condition in the form of a digitally pre-recorded voice message. In addition to standard phones in office, plant, or home, the alarm calling sequence can also include calls to pagers, cellular phones, and voice mail.
N/AAn alarm is acknowledged simply by pressing a button on the called phone. When acknowledging an alarm, a built-in microphone permits the caller to listen for background sounds at the site. The user can also call the system from any remote phone for a status report of all points being monitored.
N/AThe voice transmission consists of a station identification together with an alarm message giving details on the fault. The station identification and alarm messages are digitally recorded by the user. RACO pioneered the concept of using digitally-recorded and synthesized voice messages in autodialers. By using electronic voice reporting technology, GUARD-IT® eliminates the need for often-unreliable audio tape autodialers.
Set-up and Programming
N/ASystem set-up, voice recording, and programming is accomplished via an external touch tone phone which plugs into a standard phone jack on the system's front panel. The user simply follows voice instructions given over the phone.
N/ASystem operating status is provided by front panel LED indicators. System off/disarm ready controls are provided on front panel. Surge protection and noise suppression are standard.
A Truly Modern Autodialer
N/AGUARD-IT® fills the requirement of a modern autodialer-it should be extremely reliable and be able to tell the called party as much information about the nature of an alarm as possible so that the right personnel can respond quickly and appropriately. Many other autodialers don't meet these requirements.
Compare GUARD-IT® with all the others and you will see that this multi featured system offers a way to get RACO flexibility, quality, and dependability at a price you’d expect to pay for one of the budget models.