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BT Redcare GSM

BT Redcare GSM doubly protects because it uses two secure signalling paths to your alarm receiving centre. If either is tampered with by an intruder, or is faulty, the alarm receiving centre will be alerted and the relevant emergency services, or your authorised keyholder, will be called.

Key Features:

  • Highly secure alarm signalling that provides double protection agaisnt all risks
  • Uses the BT Redcare secure network
  • Alerts the ARC within seconds
  • Works every second of the day, 365 days a year
  • No need for an extra telephone line
  • Works on a BT telephone line

How it works

BT Redcare GSM uses the security of a BT phone line with the added protection of a GSM radio back-up path. If either is interfered with by an intruder, the other continues to monitor for any further alarms and transmits them as ‘confirmed activations’ – extra confirmation that an intruder is on the premises and that the alarm isn’t false. A ‘confirmed activation’ attracts immediate response from the emergency services.

BT Redcare GSM is ideal for all commercials risks and homes needing the highest level of security.

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 GSM conforms to the latest police policies (ACPO and ACPOS). It fully complies with British and European Standards for alarm signalling up to Grade 4, which is the highest level of protection on the market today.

Buying and installing BT Redcare GSM 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). A check on the availability of a suitable GSM radio signal will be necessary and will be carried out by your installer.