The Sensaphone 2000 has been discontinued and replaced with a newer upgraded model.  Read on to learn more.

The 2000 monitors for power failures as well as up to 8 digital or analog inputs.  During a power failure or when an input is triggered, the system will call by telephone using your recorded voice messages, send an email and more.  It also logs data and makes sensor status available on a web page that's updated via ftp connection.

Since the 2000 has been discontinued, we recommend the Sentinel 1200 as a replacement.  Like the 2000, the Sentinel monitors for power failure.  It now supports 12 analog/digital inputs providing greater expansion.  The Sentinel 1200 sends sensor data to the (free) cloud service so it can be viewed on a web browser or using the (free) smart phone app.

Multiple users can be set up with multiple security levels and alarm schedules for flexible staffing.  Alarm messages can be sent via email or email to text where supported by your cellular company. 

With the optional, affordable premium cloud plan, alarms can be sent by direct text messages as well as by voice to your telephone(s).  Data logging is also increased from 30 days to "unlimited" with the premium plan.

Sentinel is available as a stand alone Ethernet/Internet connected unit, or in an NEMA4X enclosure, or with a built in cellular modem & SIM for situations where a local network isn't available.

Sentinel 1200
Sentinel 1200 in NEMA 4X Enclosure
Sentinel Cellular Verizon
Sentinel Cellular AT&T

For reference:
Sensaphone 2000 Manual

If you have any questions please feel free to reach out to our sales or technical support staff.