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Voice Dialer - SECO-LARM USA INC. - Facility Management Product Release
The E-921CPQ ENFORCER Voice Dialer, when triggered by an alarm system, can call up to five numbers and deliver a user-recorded 20-second voice message, which will play repeatedly for one minute. From there, the recipient can listen in on the room occupants, broadcast a message, or disarm the security system. The product features a programmable home mode, which causes the voice dialer to act like a door chime when the owner is present, and a 105dB built-in siren. The unit's white housing has a large 16-digit display and a backlit keypad. Flash memory protects against system data loss in case of a power loss.
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