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Inovonics Man Down Double Button Belt Clip Transmitter, Based on the EN1235D, Black

$615.47 inc GST

Inovonics Man Down Double Button Belt Clip Transmitter, Based on the EN1235D, Black

Automatic personal man down and PA transmitter
Double push PA feature
Audible and vibrating indication of pre-alarm condition
60 degrees operation from vertical
User selectable alarm detect time
User selectable pre alarm indication time
User selectable audible mode
LED indication of wireless transmissions
User replaceable long life lithium battery
Wireless transmission of low battery condition
Separate alarm and restore transmissions
Fully supervised wireless system

Inovonics Man Down Double Button Belt Clip Transmitter, Based on the EN1235D, Black

The MD10 is a Man Down and Personal Attack wireless transmitter for use in a variety of security, guarding and lone worker applications.

It utilises the acclaimed Inovonics EchoStream wireless technology to provide a reliable, fully supervised, scalable wireless connection. Each device is uniquely identifiable by the wireless system.

The Man Down function has a number of user selectable features. These include selecting the detect time - the time before the unit considers there is a Man Down problem, and the pre alarm warning time - the time the unit indicates to the user that an alarm signal transmission is imminent. This warning time is indicated by vibration, and optionally audible tone.

The MD10 is powered from a standard lithium cell which may be replaced as necessary. The battery, along with the communications, is fully supervised, and low battery signals will be logged at the wireless receiver.

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