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The Sensaphone Express (6500) is an advanced environmental and industrial monitoring system, providing communication and control with dial out alarms expressed in your voice. For monitoring of remote or unattended locations, the Express and Sensaphone Express II (6700) are ideal.

The Express system combines digital speech recording technology with advanced features for alarm message clarity. Express will warn you quickly and automatically with your own voice message when any of the monitored conditions change.

 Express is a comprehensive alarm system that is easy to use and effective to prevent disaster in your remote and unattended facilities. The Express (6500) features: standard phone line operation, digital speech messaging, advanced programmability, battery backup, and controlled output.

Express (6500) Features:
Digitally records user's voice for ID message and alarm messages
Front panel LEDs indicate status of input alarm, power alarm, low battery and phone to on-site personnel
Messages can be recorded locally or remotely
12-hour rechargeable internal battery back-up with built-in charger
Housed in a dust-tight, high-impact, corrosion-resistant fiberglass NEMA-4 enclosure
Monitors 4 dry contact inputs
Stores up to 8, 32-digit numbers
Size: 10.5" x 8.5" x 6.25"
Speech technology: ADPCM 24kb/s
Message length: 8 seconds for alarms/10.5 seconds for ID
Message types: 4 alarm messages/1 ID message
Telephone numbers: 8, up to 32 digits
Dialing format: Touch-tone or pulse
Phone connector: RJ11C
Output type: SPDT Form C, 5A 125 VAC
Power requirements: 120VAC 10 Watts Max.
Battery: 12 hour Gel Cell with built-in charger
Operating temperatures: 32 to 120 F
Humidity: 0-90% RH, non-condensing
Storage temperatures: 10 to 130 F
Shipping Weight: 9 lbs. 4 oz.
Specifications subject to change without notice.

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