February 2, 2009
Effective February 1st 2009 Guardian Wireless Inc has a new name! Guardian Wireless Inc has been purchased by TDK Investment group. TDK Investment group will continue to manufacture, maintain and operate all of the Guardian Wireless products under the new company name “Guardian Systems L.L.C.”
The proper address for all mailing and shipping is:
Guardian Systems LLC
2817 Basswood Rd
Manitowoc WI 54220
The telephone and fax numbers will stay the same:
Toll free 1-800-330-7413
Local (920) 769-0066
Fax (920) 686-1998
Please continue to use http://www.guardianwireless.com as your web access for your products. You may contact any of our product representatives by following the links on the website. Stay tuned to that site for future updates and expanded product lines.
We will continue to make advancements and improvements to our recreational and commercial asset monitoring offerings. TDK Investment group is hoping to expand the Guardian System LLC product line into the fuels and petroleum industry. We are now developing products to monitor many applications in petroleum related industries. More information on this new product line will be available shortly on our web site. If you have any questions about this transition or the new products we offer, please feel free to contact our office.
January 26, 2009
After several months of testing, we are pleased to announce the completion of the new Tank Guardian monitoring system. Unlike our previous systems, this system is not ment as a security system, but as a tank level and leak monitoring system. We are hoping that this new direction in Guardian Wireless products will help us to acheive a larger market share.
November 5, 2008
With the completion of testing on the Guardian System, we are now updating our site to reflect the new features and available options for one of our most portable systems ever.
Also, we will soon complete testing on thew new GPS enabled Marine, RV, and Contractor Guardian systems that use the GSM cellular network. These systems will use the new Guardian System as part of the core hardware.
Please keep checking the site for more updates as we are able to get them out and published.
September 8, 2008
We have recently begun pushing development of our new The Guardian System. This new system will be based on a new GSM radio and will include an optional GPS receiver and a 5 to 6 hour back up battery. Upgrades to the battery life will also be made available. The Guardian System is the basis for the Tool Guardian and will also be the basis for our new GPS enabled Marine, RV, and Contractor guardian systems.
June 18, 2008
ST. ALBANS — St. Albans Police are investigating the theft of 150 copper vases from Cunningham Memorial Park Cemetary.
The total value of the vases is estimated at over $18,000.
June 17, 2008
Copper thieves hit an agricultural education center for the second time in about three months, center officials said Monday.
Copper piping was stolen from the Horn Farm Center for Agricultural Education in Hellam Township sometime between Friday night and the next morning, when center officials arrived to set up for an event, Debbie Krout-Althoff, the center’s executive director, said.
“This time, they took the copper they didn’t get last time,” Krout-Althoff said. “It’s just a mess.”
June 16, 2008
SOUTH PADRE ISLAND— South Padre Island authorities are closely monitoring a site where thieves made off with thousands of dollars worth of copper.
June 13, 2008
LAMBTON OPP ARE investigating the theft of a boat and motor that occurred between June 6 and Tuesday. Police say a 12-foot aluminum boat and 9.2-horsepower motor were taken from a Trella Road property in Port Lambton. The estimated value of the items is $1,100.
June 13, 2008
OLIVE BRANCH – Olive Branch police are investigating the second theft in a year at Southaven RV Center, as well as another at Asplundh’s Railroad Division.
Thieves recently targeted the RV center, located Craft Goodman Frontage Road, stealing 21 flat-screen televisions from 19 units for sale.
June 12, 2008
Though construction has recently slowed, police say copper theft is still a problem in Fayetteville.
“It’s not just copper anymore; it’s all metals,” said Fayetteville police Sgt. Tim Franklin. “We’ve seen people stealing beer kegs, CO 2 canisters, you name it. It usually happens around construction sites or abandoned homes.”