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Security technology firm Its Secure has announced the release in Australia and New Zealand of the Shaftalarm, a new security device tailored to farms.

The new Shaftalarm is a totally portable, battery powered, industrial strength security device easily controlled by a mobile phone. It can be armed or disarmed using a simple one word SMS message.

Once armed the user and/or the Security Monitoring Control Centre are notified of its status and your valuable assets are kept in check.

Subject to 3G-4G network availability, the Shaftalarm can also provide GPS co-ordinates and updates when required.

Its Secure director Colin Steel says the Shaftalarm is the ideal portable security device for any application without 240v power.

"The security applications for the Shaftalarm are endless," Steel says.

"They could include remote rural properties, quad bikes, farm machines and equipment, building sites and site containers trailers, boats, even jet skis- anything.

"If it moves we can monitor and track it."

The Shaftalarm can be moved and swapped between any application at no cost making it a highly flexible option.

"You can take it with you on holidays to protect the boat or camper trailer then put it back to work on the site shed," Steel says.

"The Shaftalarm offers peace of mind. Basically once armed, if it moves the crooks lose."

The Shaftalarm utilises a regular 3G-4G Micro Sim card and operates on the Telstra network in Australia and the Spark network in New Zealand.

Sim cards are provided and fully programmed at time of purchase.

Powered by powerful, custom-designed 3.7volt lithium D-Cell batteries, the ShaftAlarm can run in remote isolated areas untouched for up to three years depending on the power cycle being used.

Even under heavy usage, a 12-month battery life is more than achievable. If you have an isolated shed, rural property, construction equipment, valuables or any style of buildings with assets, then the Shaftalarm could be ideal.

"The Shaftalarm can even be used to monitor productivity, when equipment is on dry hire," Steel adds.

"Just set the Shaftalarm and every time it triggers you know the asset is being used or moved and invoice accordingly."

Made from an extremely high grade ABS plastic, the shaftalarm is tough, dust and splash proof.

It can operate in some of the harshest environments between 0 to 65 degrees Celsius.

The technology comes with 5mm mounting holes at each end, magnetic mounting brackets and can also be cable tied to gates.

"The Shaftalarm is ideal for applications where a device is required to be covertly hidden," Steel says.

"Conceal it in a hollow PVC pipe on a building site, under the seat in an excavator, the spare tyre wheel well in the campervan or caravan or even the spare compartment on your jet ski."

The shaftalarm is a monitored device but can be purchased outright for self-monitored applications.

Up to 6 people can use and control each Shaftalarm. It has numerous movement and tilt settings allowing tailoring of the device for endless individual applications.

For more information in either Australia or New Zealand head to www.theshaftalarm.com

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