This product has been replaced by the D119
Sensaphone with Data Logging
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Frequently Asked Questions
- The telephone number may be incorrectly programmed.
- Tone or Pulse (the current dialing method) is not compatible with the telephone line on which the D118/D119 is installed.
- Recognition time is too long. An alert condition does not remain in effect long enough to become a valid alarm.
- Max number of calls set to zero. It's a good idea to set your Max calls to at least equal the number of dial-out telephone numbers programmed.
- The unit must be connected to a standard (2-wire analog) telephone line, not a digital extension to a phone system. If the unit will not dial out and the factors previously listed have been ruled out, try connecting the unit to standard residential telephone line.
- "Rings Until Answer" is incorrectly programmed.
- Model D118/D119 connected to an incompatible telephone line.
- The local voice mute feature is in effect.
- Voice Reps is set to zero. Change to 1 or greater.
- The unit's number of Rings Until Answer is set to equal the number of rings set for the telephone answering device.
- The input isn't configured to read a temperature sensor.
The temperature sensor has been disconnected or has broken wires.
- The temperature sensor may be affected by a source of ambient heat (ie., direct sunlight, or heat duct proximity).
- Temperature may require calibration.
- Incorrect input normality
- Programmed recognition Time is too short. AC power is often subjuect to brief interruptions.
- Batteries are either installed incorrectly or drained.
- Recognition time setting is too long.
- Inputs are disabled.
- Programmed Recognition Time is too long.
If brand new, they will last up to 24 hours.