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Remote Notification of Alarms on Norstar 0X32

Remote Notification of Alarms on Norstar 0X32

Remote Notification of Alarms on Norstar 0X32

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Is there any way I can configure the system to dial a pager or cell phone, as well as notify the alarm set on the system?  I've never seen any mention in any documentation, and a feature like this would prove useful

Any input is appreciated.

Thank You.

RE: Remote Notification of Alarms on Norstar 0X32

I haven't heard of any way to do that.
Sorry. Anyone else?

MRoberts
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RE: Remote Notification of Alarms on Norstar 0X32

If you really feel energetic you can get the FastRad to report an alarm to a terminal/printer (assume a terminal program that can accept the report) then have the terminal that got the report e-mail it to a pager?  

alternatively you could just use the "alarm reporting number 1" as  a cell number, you would get a dead air call but the callid would show what called.

JerryReeve
Communications Systems Int'l
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RE: Remote Notification of Alarms on Norstar 0X32

I have done this before, it was time consuming. I had a system that needed to be monitored quite thoroughly.  

I had the RAD call alarm notification to a PC with hyperterminal running in my office.  During the day we would see the alarms, and get notification visually.  I had the PC set up to grab whatever text was on the hyperterminal, and e-mail it to my pager at 7:45am.  I know it is not immediate, but atleast I had a heads up on any overnight problems.  occasionally the e-mail contained garbage, but I considered that a mis-dialed number to the hyperterminal.  It did work.

-Gene

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