Purchase the additional USB GSM module to enable you and your visitors to open the gate with a phone call.
Simply insert a SIM card and add authorised phone numbers via the app.
Authorised visitors simply dial the number.
Perfect for guests who don't need the full digiGate app.
1. Insert a SIM card & plug into your digiGate's USB slot.
2. Add authorised phone numbers via mobile app*.
3. Call to open the gate.
Calls from unrecognised numbers are rejected and logged.
*WiFi/Ethernet Internet connection required by digiGate for app functionality & user management. GSM 'dial to open' module does not provide Internet connection.
digiGate hangs up when called so no cost to your phone.
The digiGate GSM module requires a full size mobile SIM card to operate.
We recommend using a Three SIM as they require no regular topups or 30 day rolling contracts.
SIM card must be active with credit loaded and voicemail disabled. Vodafone/O2 SIMs not supported.
Only people you allow can open the gates with a call.
Anyone else gets rejected.
digiGate GSM works by using a pay-as-you-go SIM card, costing around 60p a year for you to run.
This means that a £10 top up will last approximately 16 years before requiring another top up.
digiGate enables you to upload & maintain phone numbers via an Excel spreadsheet for locations with a large number of visitors.
You can even set access control via the spreadsheet, limiting visitor access times.
Do I need the app to use the GSM module?
No. The module receives phone calls so no app is required.
Will the module work in my area?
The modules are unlocked to any network (except Vodafone/O2) so area coverage is dependant on the SIM card you use.
What SIM card can I use?
The modules are unlocked to any network except Vodafone/O2. We recommend Three pay as you go.
Can the GSM module use 4G?
No, the digiGate will need an Internet connection via Ethernet or WiFi for the app to function. This can be achieved by a 4G MiFi device in remote areas using a Huawei E8372h dongle with EE or Three SIM card.