Lynteck Melcom AD1000 Wired Additional Autodialler

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About this product

Overview

Product overview

• Wired for a reliable and more secure signal
• Add onto a wired alarm kit to get a telephone message warning you about intruders
• Stores and dials up to eight telephone numbers
• Uses your existing telephone line

Easy to Setup and Ready to Go
The Lynteck Melcom AD1000 Wired Additional Autodialler can be wired into an existing wired alarm system to allow it to using your telephone line to contact a direct number in case of an emergency.

What is Telecommunications?
When connected to a telephone line the Lynteck Melcom AD1000 Wired Additional Autodialler can be programmed with up to eight phone numbers to ensure that if the alarm is triggered you will definitely be alerted. The telephone function will go through the phone numbers in order until it makes contact. You can leave a personal 20 second message on the Autodialler letting your contact know exactly who it is and what is happening. Leave the home with peace of mind that if anything happens you or someone you trust will know as soon as possible.

Rated 4 out of 5 by from Useful and works as described. However the instructions supplied are poorly written and only really tell you how to connect it to a Melcom / Lynteck alarm panel. it's very much trial and error trying to wire this up to an alarm panel made by another manufacturer.
Date published: 2014-11-11
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Specification

Specifications
Power Source
Mains Yes
Battery No
Mains and battery backup No
Low battery indicator No
Connectivity
Wireless No
Frequency N/A
Wired Yes
Cable length N/A
Phone landline No
Smartphone enabled No
GSM enabled No
RFID tags No
Sensors
PIR movement No
Door / Window No
Panic button No
Key fob remote No
Remote Control No
Fire detector No
Gas detector No
Monitoring and alerts
Remote Controlled via smartphone app No
Manually controlled via control box in the home Yes
Remote controlled via key fob remote No
Push notification alert No
Siren No
Siren alert N/A
Siren duration N/A
Operating range
Maximum operating range N/A
Transmission frequency N/A
Operating systems and protocols
IOS N/A
Android N/A
General
Expandable Yes
Operating power DC 12 V @ 20 mA
Dimensions 135 mm x 108 mm x 32 mm
Weight 197.69 g
Outdoor Rated No
Battery type(s):
for control unit N/A
for sensors and accessories N/A
Test mode button No
Package Contents
AD1000 Telephone Voice Dialler

Can this unit be connected to a temperature alarm system?

Asked by: Mike
This is not listed as a feature of the device.
Answered by: Les
Date published: 2017-02-08

Does the unit require an acknowledgement from the phone it calls or is it simply answer the phone.

Asked by: davej
This item would need acknowledgement from the phone called or it would dial the other numbers stored in it.
Answered by: Dominic
Date published: 2015-07-17

Can this unit be used with the Response SA3 wireless alarm control panel.
Asked by: J.R.Capes-Bursell
Check with the alarm manufacturers for output for autodiallers on the alarm.
Answered by: PS
Date published: 2017-01-27

Can this autodialler be used with the Nexus Multizone Wireless system?
Asked by: J S George
Yes and with any other alarm with a bell box output .
Answered by: GM
Date published: 2015-07-17

Can you activate or deactivate your alarm system via the telephone. By this I mean stop your extenal bell sounder at 3am in the morning via the telephone.
Asked by: Mr P Evans
No. This is for alerting you via phone that the alarm has been triggered.
Answered by: CB
Date published: 2015-07-17

Will it dial mobile telephone no:s as well
Asked by: Ron
Yes the product does support that.
Answered by: CF
Date published: 2015-07-17

will this unit take charge of the telephone line to stop someone picking up a telephone and disrupting the dialers operation thanks paul
Asked by: paul
No sorry.
Answered by: JK
Date published: 2015-07-17

Could an elderly or imobile person operate this in their home by a remote push button (they carried around with them) and thus use it to autodial a relative
Asked by: Mike B
No. This is for dialling numbers once a burglar alarm has been triggered.
Answered by: CB
Date published: 2015-07-17
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