GDS707 Product update

The GDS707 is the Latest Pulsed Battery Charger. The new design offers users the following key features:

• 24v DC @ 10A Output

• Low Heat – High Energy

• Full protection and status indication

• Processor Control

• No Settings Required

Chas Yearly Assessment

GDS Technologies has undergone a yearly assessment with CHAS for a number of years as the majority of our Clients will only offer tender opportunities and work with Companies who have achieved SSIP accreditation.

The advantages of the annual assessment with CHAS is that by completing the stringent assessment process, our Clients are then confident that we retain good health and safety standards throughout our organisation. GDS Technologies  are also then able to proudly promote the fact that we are a CHAS approved Contractor.

New Combisoft Update


New unit for remote, web based control and data logging for the combi system with vast possibilities and the following key features:

• Simple modbus and 24v DC connection to combi panels, standard network cable for output
• Receive email and SMS alerts to scheduled users
• Logs data from up to 128 sensors simultaneously with fully customisable graphical interface for easy interpretation of live readings, site information and historical data
• Control & view up to 16 combi systems from any web enabled device such as a Smartphone
• Secure access with variable rights for users/administrators

Combi has been designed to operate in the full range of environments from commercial premises through to heavy industrial applications which may require hazardous area sensing.
Typical monitor locations are - public buildings, car parks, tunnels, breweries, boiler plant rooms,water treatment works, H&V control, manufacturing, process plants, horticulture, hotels, offices.
For direct contact demonstration of the Combi and the CombiSoft features please contact our Design Department: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.">This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


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