Leaders in GPRS Security Technology - solutions

By: Permaconn  06-Dec-2011
Keywords: Insurance Companies, Telephone Lines, Gprs Security

How do you protect your home and business?

It’s widely known that thieves cut telephone lines in order to disable alarm systems. So what’s the solution? Permaconn can supply you with an affordable alarm communication system that utilises GPRS to link you to our Central Monitoring station. That means no more telephone lines. And, this is not just any ordinary radio but PERMACONN, a product of Radio Data Comms, Industry Leaders in Security Technology.

The simple facts

Your current alarm system is only as good as your telephone line and this makes you very vulnerable. In an emergency your message must get through and the only way to ensure this happens is with Permaconn’s wireless connection. This ensures that your alarm message is received by the Central Monitoring station without the need for phone lines.

You’ll save more than your property

Alarm panels may make a phone call every time the panel is armed / disarmed / tested or when an alarm message is sent back to the Central Monitoring station. When a Permaconn signalling device is attached all messages are sent using the GPRS network, saving daily telephone costs.


  • No phone lines to cut.
  • Permanent on-line connection.
  • Choice of poll plan Class4, Class3/90 seconds or 1 hour.
  • Compatible with most existing alarm systems.
  • Recognised by major insurance companies.
  • Fixed monthly costs - no surprise phone bills.
  • GPRS Coverage from Optus and Telstra.

Australian Standards

The Permaconn system has been certified and meets class 2, 3 and 4 of AS/NZ2201.5-2008. Insurance companies recognise the benefits of installing Permaconn and may offer genuine discounts.

The choice is simple. The choice is Permaconn - Leaders in GPRS security technology.

Keywords: Gprs Security, Insurance Companies, Telephone Lines,

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