The activation, deactivation of all individual devices that the user has connected can be remotely controlled - monitored by the following methods:
By commands through SMS
The device receives from a predefined telephone number ( supervisor ) or from any telephone number with a password.
By non-answered, toll-free calls to the device
(utilizing the calling number identification service) from our mobile or fixed phone. To avoid the frequent editing and sending of SMS, which has a corresponding cost in terms of time and money, we can make a simple telephone call and send a command to IRIDA to perform predefined tasks.
By keywords sent by the user in an SMS
You can program up to 8 different keywords (up to ten characters long), which, just like in case (2), are stored in memory and perform the corresponding programmed sequence of commands.
8 different combinations of alarm signals
Each alarm can be independently programmed to send an SMS or to make a non-answered call (or both) on a particular phone number according to the combined status of inputs (both digital and analog) and outputs, or according to the status of any independent input. At the same time, when the device receives an alarm signal it manages the outputs, if required, to perform an immediate action.
If an alarm occurs, apart from the message that informs the user, the device can also send to the corresponding phone number a predefined message (e.g. address and area where the alarm occurred) that the user has previously edited and stored in the device's memory. There are 8 storage locations for predefined messages , each one corresponding to an alarm.
Disarm or re-arm
Just like in an alarm system, if we want to cancel the operation of an alarm without altering the programmed parameters , we can individually disarm or re-arm any one of the four different alarms by our mobile phone with an SMS or a non-answered call.