The Radio Linked Call Buzzer and allows a person to use one switch to operate an environmental control unit as well as a call buzzer. Switch presses of a short duration are sent to the ECU or device that the user wishes to control. A longer sustained switch press will trigger the call buzzer. The time delay before the call bell is activated is adjustable.
Extra product information
The Radio Linked Call Buzzer with (ECU) Switch Output System comprises of two parts:
1) Call buzzer transmitter unit (with ECU output)
2) Call buzzer receiver unit
The system uses radio frequency. It can be used to operate an external environmental control unit (ECU) as well as a radio linked Call Buzzer for communication.
The call buzzer transmitter will operate the call buzzer receiver over long distances e.g. up to 100 metres. However, the actual range will be dependent on environmental factors.
Multiple transmitters maybe ordered for use with one receiver unit.
Method of Use
Operated by activating a switch.
Short activations will pass through the device to control an environmental control system that is attached.
Longer activations will activate the call system buzzer.
Technical Solutions / Victoria, Australia
Refer to the supplier and manufacturer manual for maintenance instructions and safety warnings.
Models / Specifications
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