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New LTE 4G Dual Carrier Alarm Communicator

20 May 2020

Multicom announces the release of the Multicom LTE, a 4G Dual Carrier alarm communicator, operating on the Telstra and Optus 4G and LTE networks.

The LTE’s small form housing fits easily into most alarm panels, making installation both quick and efficient. It is priced competitively, making it one of the lowest cost alarm communicators on the market.

Multicom Talks Low Power

15 April 2020

At Multicom, we get challenged from time to time on the question about “power consumption.” We have responded to the challenge and, in each new generation of alarm communicators, we have significantly decreased power consumption. This product evolution commenced in 2017 and has carried through to today’s Multicom alarm communicators, including the LTE+, the IoT, and the soon to be released LTE.

Release of new IoT Alarm Communicator

5 February 2020

Multicom announces the release of the Multicom IoT, a low cost and high performance Alarm Communicator, which operates on the Telstra M1 National Network.

Multicom LTE+ Australia’s First Alarm Communicator with an additional WiFi Path

16 September 2019

Multicom LTE+ WiFi:  Provides an additional and true NBN path.  Compatible with any type of Internet.   Dual Carrier Options: Telstra and Optus with competitive Polling Options, depending on your level of risk. Fast Set Up: One-touch WPS connection for instant WiFi connection without any cabling. TechTools: TechTools new powerful functions give you the ability to not only program your […]

Multicom: First Alarm Communicator in Australia with Wi-Fi as an additional communication path

11 June 2019

Multicom has introduced a brand new range of alarm communicators that include an array of innovative new features, including: WiFi alarm transmission with LTE and 3G¬†failover ASS221.5 Class 5*¬†standard in a smaller device *Achieving Class 5 is determined by how the communicator is configured. Australia’s first WiFi communicator The Multicom LTE+ is the first alarm […]