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Control Products FA-I-CCA Intermediate FreezeAlarm

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  • Protect your home, cabin, computer room, nursery, or any other temperature sensitive area
  • Automatically calls up to 3 phone numbers when the temperature gets out of range, the power goes out, or if the back-up battery needs replacing
  • With a simple phone call you can check the current temperature, whether the power is on or off, or the voltage of the backup battery
  • Continuously calls all 3 phone numbers and gives a voice warning of what the actual problem is
  • Gain peace of mind knowing you'll get that call if something happens in your home, or call anytime to see that all is well
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Product Information

Technical Details
Part Number FA-I-CCA
Item Weight1.2 pounds
Product Dimensions7 x 2.5 x 10 inches
OriginUSA
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Item model numberFA-I-CCA
Power Sourcebattery-powered
Item Package Quantity1
Warranty Description1 Year
  
Technical Specification
Additional Information
ASINB000071NYC
Best Sellers Rank #57,689 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableOctober 10, 2002
  
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The Control Products FA-I-CCA Intermediate FreezeAlarm offers remote monitoring of temperatures for vacation homes, greenhouses, walk-in coolers, or other places where temperature stability is crucial. The Intermediate FreezeAlarm automatically calls you if there is a temperature change or power failure. You can also call the FreezeAlarm from anywhere in the world to check the status of the temperature, power, and battery.


The Control Products Intermediate FreezeAlarm
At a Glance:
  • Ideal for vacation homes, greenhouses, server rooms, or walk-in freezers
  • Plug into existing phone line for easy installation
  • Alerts you to temperature changes, power failures, or low battery
  • Customizeable alarm calls up to 3 phone numbers
  • 1-year limited warranty

FreezeAlarm automatically calls you in case of changes in temperature or power failures.

Protect your home or business from water damage caused by frozen pipes.
Monitors Increase or Decrease in Temperature
Protect your vacation home, cabin, or greenhouse from dangerous drops in temperature or freezing pipes with the Control Products FA-I-CCA Intermediate FreezeAlarm. The alarm is also ideal for monitoring computer or server rooms, walk-in coolers or freezers, medicine or vaccine storage areas, and other locations that need to be monitored for a rise in temperature.

Remotely Check the Status of Your Home
The Control Products FA-I-CCA Intermediate FreezeAlarm plugs directly into an existing phone line to automatically telephone you when it senses a change in temperature, a power failure, or need for back-up battery replacement. The FreezeAlarm will call up to three preprogrammed numbers until someone cancels the alarm.

You also have the option to call into the FreezeAlarm unit to check the status of your home. You can remotely check the temperature, power status, and battery voltage by calling your FreezeAlarm from any phone in the world.

Personalized to Fit Your Needs
You can customize the Control Products FA-I-CCA Intermediate FreezeAlarm to fit your exact needs. The FreezeAlarm can notify you about an increase or decrease in temperature, a power failure, or a low battery. You can set the number of times the phone will ring before the FreezeAlarm moves to a second number, as well as how often it calls you until you pick up.

For sensitive temperature control, you can program the FreezeAlarm to notify you as soon as it senses a change above or below your set point. For temperatures that fluctuate often, you can set the FreezeAlarm to call you after a sustained temperature change of forty-five minutes.

The Control Products FA-I-CCA Intermediate FreezeAlarm is backed by a one-year limited warranty.

What's in the Box
Control Products FA-I-CCA Intermediate FreezeAlarm, temperature sensor, telephone cord, power cord, and instruction manual.


Product Description

"CONTROL PRODUCTS" INTERMEDIATE FREEZE ALARM *Calls three phone numbers if the temperature drops or power fails *You can also remotely check temperature and power status from any phone in the world *Replaces Ace no. 4267910 *Clamshell

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Customer Reviews

Easy to set up, and works great.
chevling
It was easy to call our phone number to check the temperature inside our house.
annie bananie
I know it will give me great peace of mind every winter.
J. Campion

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

63 of 64 people found the following review helpful By Bigswede38 on March 2, 2005
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I purchased this unit because we live in the Northeast where it can get pretty cold. When we travel during the winter months, I like to have the security of knowing that the heating system in our home is working properly and we are not coming home to a disaster caused by frozen pipes. The unit is so simple to set up and maintain that you will probably not even read the well written instruction manual that the unit comes with. I just plugged in the power supply, installed a 9 volt battery and plugged the unit into an available phone wall jack. I then called the unit using my cell phone and completed the programming in less than 5 minutes. The intuitive voice menu guides you through the installation in an extremely clear manner. It works well with our existing answering machine. Well worth the price of $180 that I paid.
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49 of 49 people found the following review helpful By Electronic Gadgetphile VINE VOICE on October 24, 2007
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I am fortunate enough to have two residences that I live in depending on the time of the year. Spring and Summer in Minnesota and late Fall and Winter in Southern California. Leaving the Minnesota home unattended throughout the Winter is anxiety inducing as a power or furnace failure in the sub zero weather could lead to frozen pipes or other disasters. I do have internet cameras monitoring the house along with an indoor/outdoor thermometer that can be seen on the camera but I need to have access to high speed internet and the power needs to be on in the house in order for me to see what is going on. I wanted something more secure but didn't want to pay an alarm service several hundred dollars to add in temperature monitors to my existing entry alarm system. After searching around I found the Control Inter Freeze Alarm on Amazon. The reviews were good so I went to their website and downloaded the product manual to see the details on what it could do. I was impressed at the capability and features so I ordered one. When it arrived I scanned through the instructions and set it up in about 10 minutes. The software control of the unit (embedded) is ingenious and kudos to the developers. Once plugged into the electrical and phone lines you can set it with numerous variables like setting the alarm temperature, how long at the temperature before it calls one of the three numbers you program into it, how many rings before it answers - yes you can call the unit and it will report temperature, power condition and backup battery level - you can also reprogram any of the selectable parameters over the phone after entering your password and choosing the desired variable from the very simple voice guided menu.Read more ›
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27 of 27 people found the following review helpful By Joann on February 18, 2004
This is one of the best products ever invented. An absolute necessity for someone who has a second home. Great features allow you to check the temperature of your home at any time. It even calls up to three emergency numbers when something is wrong. A small price to pay for never having to worry about your investment. I couldn't imagine not owning one.
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29 of 30 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on December 12, 2002
On three occasions after installing the FreezeAlarm, and alarm was triggered and I was able to get a service man to restart the furnace before additional damage was done. The FreezeAlarm obviously paid for itself within one month.
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19 of 19 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on August 15, 2003
Great Product! I had heard of similar products but most require monitoring fees or are more complex. The FreezeAlarm was not only simple to use but it payed for itself immediately when it called our home in Florida due to a furnace outage in our Minnesota home. My wife also really likes the fact that we can call our home and check the temp and power anytime.
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17 of 17 people found the following review helpful By G. Reed on April 1, 2005
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This item works well and gave me peace of mind all winter while it monitored my second home on a lake on cape Cod. The company is very cooperative answering questions and getting setup. So happy I purchased it.
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20 of 21 people found the following review helpful By MJM on February 11, 2004
This little device is great and a bargain at $180. It works like a charm and gives me the peace of mind that my weekend house is safe and sound. Since my house has electric heat, the power outage feature is a huge plus. I have it set to send a warning call if the power is off for an hour, as brief interruptions are not important. I also like the ability to call and check the status and house temp, works well with my answering machine as promised.
If you worry about your place while you are away, this is most definitely the route to go. You won't be sorry!
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Steve on November 21, 2010
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The unit was delivered quickly and easy to set up however I could not get the unit to answer the phone to receive an alarm cancellation call. I called technical support and spoke to a very nice gentleman would could not figure out what the problem might be. He indicated that he would speak to the engineers and get back to me, which he never did. I don't know if it was a problem with my phone (a regular POTS line with DSL) but after not hearing back from support, I returned it and purchased a Sensaphone 400, which is more than double the price but much more flexible and offers more alarm features.
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