As soon as a detector triggers an alarm in your building, your alarm panel knows the current status. With the Terxon PSTN dialer, this information is passed on to up to four telephone numbers that are saved by you in the foreground. In the event of an alarm, the analog speech dialling unit transmits two pieces of information: an identification text and an event text. The identification text conveys general data (name, address) and the event text conveys events that are defined by you (break-in, fire, medical emergency, system fault, etc.). You can record and save four event texts of any kind. The texts have a total duration of 40 seconds. The analog speech dialling unit is installed between the alarm system and telephone line. It has four inputs, which activate the event text provided for this purpose in the event of an alarm. The call numbers are automatically dialled by the speech dialling unit. Thus, you can be certain that the recipients will be reliably notified. The dialling unit is programmed via a menu-driven LCD display. The analog speech dialling unit is approved throughout Europe and is a good visual fit for the Terxon alarm center due to its elegant white color.