Cellular Dial-to-Open Gate and Garage Door Opener with 5 years FREE SIM (GSM, NB-IoT, LTE-Cat1)

Regular price £159.00

Tax included.

Our Dial-to-Open units allow visitors to open your electric gate, roller shutter or garage door simply by dialling a telephone number. Once the number of the caller has been identified the call is rejected and the barrier is opened. As the call is rejected it does not cost anything.

The system is supplied with a SIM card which has 5 years service already paid for. No top ups or monthly fees are required for 5 years! 

Each relay can have a unique telephone number assigned to it giving open and close control purely by dialing. Additionally, the always on web page allows control of the gate via a smart phone or PC.

Programming is done by PC or Smart phone using the online portal.

The unit accepts an unlimited number of users.

The gate can also be controlled at any point from the 'Live Screen' available on the unit's own webpage - available on PC or Smart Phones.

 

For further information please visit here:

Demo:  https://priory-electronics.com/index.html#demo

Interactive Online Help: https://iot-portal.com/help.php

 

 

For the UK we have 2 GSM options. One SIM allows connection to O2 and Vodafone networks for 5 years. The other SIM allows connection to O2, Vodafone and EE for 5 years. Please choose this unit if you have poor reception on O2 and Vodafone. After 5 years, annual connectivity costs £20 per annum.

Currently the NB-IoT network in the UK is run by Vodafone only. Similarly the LTE Cat-1 service is operated by O2 only.

In the Republic of Ireland we offer connectivity to Vodafone and 3 on the cheaper tariff. The more expensive tariff adds the Meteor network.

 

For European customers, we have connectivity to networks with both SIMs in every country throughout Europe. Generally the more expensive tariff will add additional networks. Please inquire if you would like confirmation of availability on your chosen network.

 

Why is there no 3G option? 3G was set to be discontinued in most European countries in 2019. This process is due for completion in 2020. 2G is the only viable option for the next 5 years. 4G systems such as the NB-IoT dialler and LTE Cat1 are available but will only work in certain areas in most European countries. Check with Vodafone and Telefonica as to availability where you live.