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BT Redcare Classic

BT Redcare Classic continously checks the phone line and will notify the Alarm Receiving Centre (ARC) within seconds if the phone line is tampered with or a fault occurs. The ARC then will either notify the police or the keyholder, depending on the company's choice of contact.

Key Features:
  1. Dedicated, duplicated network with 99.999% availability
  2. Alerts the ARC within seconds
  3. Works every seconds of the day, 365 days a year
  4. No need for an extra telephone line
  5. Works on a BT telephone line

How it works
BT Redcare Classic monitors property and premises every second of the day by actively checking that your phone line is working. If there are any interruptions a warning signal will be delivered to the alarm receiving centre. This means that your alarm signalling can never be compromised without the knowledge of the alarm receiving centre.

BT Redcare Classic doesn’t require a dedicated phone line and will work on your existing BT phone line. You therefore save the cost of installing and renting an additional line, as well as incurring any additional call charges.

BT Redcare Classic is ideal for all commercial risks or for high-value property owners.

Peace of mind, 24/7
BT has been a market leader for 20 years in the fire and security market and is a leading supplier of alarm signalling services in the UK. We work closely with the insurance industry to ensure our products and services have its full backing.

BT Redcare Classic is compliant with British and European Standards for single path alarm signalling up to Grade 4, which is the highest level of protection on the market today. It is also approved by the Loss Prevention Certification Board (LPCB), the independent recognised body certifying fire and security products.

Buying and installing BT Redcare Classic is straightforward – you simply need a BT telephone line. Always use an approved alarm installer registered with a recognised trade association, such as the NSI (National Security Inspectorate) or SSAIB (Security Systems and Alarms Inspection Board).