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FA-I-CCA - Freeze Alarm

FA-I-CCA - Freeze Alarm
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Manufacturer:  Control Products. Inc  SKU:  FA-I-CCA
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I've had this product for more than 3 years. It's worth the PEACE of MIND to be able to call the unit anytime or have the unit call you. We don't have to wonder what is happening when we are away.

Price:  $158.00

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The Intermediate FA-I-CCA FreezeAlarm is one of the most popular freeze alarm models for not only home and business owners, but for insurance companies wanting to protect their policy holder’s property. There are no monitoring fees, no installation costs, and the features are many.

First, the Intermediate FreezeAlarm from Control Products, Inc. automatically calls up to three phone numbers if the temperature drops below or above a pre-selected degree, power fails, or the back-up battery requires replacing. The alarm will then clearly identify the exact problem to the person answering the phone or leave a clear message on voice mail or an answering machine. The unit will continue calling either every 15 minutes or 2 hours (your choice), until it gets a response. Once you have acknowledged the alarm and corrected the alarm condition, the FreezeAlarm automatically resets.

Second, you can call the system through its Quick Status CheckTM feature. This in turn allows you to hear what the current temperature is in your property, hear if the power is “on” or “off”, and hear what the voltage of the back-up battery is at. In addition, you can remotely change any of the programming options, remotely cancel the alarm call-out, and remotely check status. A security code prevents unauthorized access.

Third, voice prompted programming actually talks you through the set-up. This offers an intuitive way to set your phone numbers, set the temperature alarm set-point and select other options to customize your FreezeAlarm. Users can record their own greeting message and alarm message (up to 20 seconds) which helps to better identify to other callers or people on the call list exactly which property is having problems.

Fourth, the unit has a wide temperature range which allows you to monitor any temperature from -50 to 300°F (-55 to 150°C). As previously mentioned, the user pre-selects the degree at which it is “too hot” or “too cold”, or they can accept the factory default of 45°F (7°C).

Here is a recap and some additional Features -

• Calls up to three phone numbers to alert you of one of the three alarm emergencies at your remote monitored location.

• Allows you to call into your FreezeAlarm and check the current temperature, power status, and even remotely program the unit from any phone in the world.

• Easy set-up and programming-simply plug in a phone and the unit literally "talks" you through the set-up.

• Incoming ring count allows you to select the number of rings the FreezeAlarm will hear before it will pick up.

The Intermediate FreezeAlarm is an excellent monitoring device for homes with elderly relatives or homes with pets. It also is an excellent and affordable computer room monitoring device or refrigeration / freezer / walk-in cooler monitoring device.

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1. THOMAS on 2/5/2013, said:


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2. Bill Hawkins on 11/4/2012, said:

This is the best peace of mind you can buy. I was in Hawaii during Sandy. When the power returned a week later, this alarm called me to let me know I had power back via the low battery alert. The only thing I might add for the next generation of alarm is a rechargeable battery.

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3. Anonymous User on 7/28/2012, said:

I have had this unit in my house in NY state while spending the winter in Florida. It is the best insurance you can have to let you know when the power has gone out or the temperature is below freezing. If you leave your home for any length of time it is a must to have. I call the unit once a week just to check the status of the power and temp.

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4. Anonymous User on 11/18/2011, said:

We bought this Freeze Alarm 5 years ago and it works excellent. It saved us money right away... right after we installed it our heater went down so it called us to let us know the temperture was dropping so we new there was a problem. We were able to fix the problem right away before any damage. We would highly recommend this product.

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5. anthony on 6/24/2011, said:

I purchased the alarm in feb 2010. It was great, just as described. BUT, in a little over a year it stopped working. Not sure if it the power supply or what. I did have it connected to a surge protector for both the phone line and power, so I am disappointed that I spent $158 and the thing needs to be replaced so soon.

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6. Charlene on 4/28/2010, said:

We live West Palm Beach FL and own a summer home in New Hampshire. It is wonderful! We have been called once when our heat was out and another time when there was a power outage. Our neighbor with a key was able to allow a repair man in to avoid breaking pipes. We would highly recommend this alarm!

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