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Pump GSM-RELAY / GSM Remote Relay Control Brand new item

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  • Closed: Tue 26 Jun 2012, 12:32 am
Listing #: 486174890
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The GSM-RELAY is a wireless GSM remote control switch that connects to the GSM cell phone network.
It has seven independent relay switches, and the NO.1 Relay switch is activated by calling its cell phone number. It will reject the call without answering and switch on the device connected to it. Like this there are no call costs incurred when dialling the unit, it will recognise an authorised telephone number calling it and reject the call without answering.
It has other 6 independent relay switches which can be switched on or off by sending the GSM-RELAY a SMS text message.


* Real-time & interactive control
* 7 channels 250V 10A 50 Hz relay contacts
* Works with GSM phones
* Operating temperature (-25 .. +60 °C)
* Relays operates almost every appliance
* Small standby power (< 10mA 12V)
* Relay memory after power failure
* Optional password to keep the system at safety operating mode.
* Remote Password change
* Two operating mode optional ( remote setting with GSM phones)
* One relay is working with the phone calling, and others working with the SMS
* Commands can added to GSM-phone number for ready made commands
* Working voltage is at 9~24V AC /DC.
* Working frequency at 900/1800MHz


Applications include the remote control of heating in holiday homes, lighting, engine pre-heaters, aviation engine heaters, irrigation systems, water well pumps, pumping stations, cabin heaters, resetting of remote servers, arming and disarming security systems, access control of gates and garage doors.

Shipping details

  • $8.00  NZ Poste Parcel (2-3 d)
  • Seller does not allow pick-ups
  • Seller location: Nelson, Nelson Bays, NZ

Payment details

  • NZ bank deposit

About the seller

sindubio (280 280 positive feedback) Member is In Trade
  • 99.6% positive feedback
  • Member since May 2008

Closes: Tue 26 Jun, 12:32 am. 2012