Monthly Archives: October 2014

Low Temperature Alarm System with a Light to Notify Neighbors

Freeze Alarm with Strobe

Many home owners are looking for a basic temperature alarm system which will activate a light in their window to notify neighbors of low temperature conditions in their unoccupied home. This was a very common method of remote temperature monitoring

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Control Products Freeze Alarm Options

Occasionally there is some confusion regarding the FreezeAlarm monitoring and dialer products. Control Products is the manufacturer of the Freeze Alarm line of temperature monitoring and dialer products. Absolute Automation is a leading authorized distributor of these products. Which freeze alarms

Posted in Alarms and Monitors, News and Updates, Temperature Alarm Reviews, Tips and Hints

Confused with Freeze Alarm Cellular options?

Want a Freeze Alarm but don’t have a land line? There are so many options out there this is a question we get all the time, and people are confused by all the options. There are a few key facts

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What is a cellular gateway?

One option for people who want to use any of our alarm dialers (freeze alarms or otherwise) in either mobile applications or other applications where a land line is either not desired or impractical is the use of a Cellular

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Dakota Alert in SkyMall magazine

The Dakota Alert driveway alarms are now in the Skymall magazine. If you happened to be on a flight and see these Dakota Alert Duty Cycle driveway alarm systems in the magazine check them on our websites at the below

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    • I have been in the alarm and automation industry since 2006. I am particularly interested in seeing how the industry adapts as the number of home owners with traditional land line phone lines dwindles raising a need for WiFi and Cellular devices.