Voice and Page Alarming and Remote Control
SentriVoice monitors alarm inputs and, upon sensing an alarm condition, automatically transmits voice messages or pages over radio or a public address system. Users can respond to the alarm or page via radio by remotely controlling SentriVoice outputs connected to pumps, generators, lights etc.
Eighty seconds of solid state, battery-backed memory provide natural voice storage. The efficient SentriVoice can broadcast Two-Tone, Alphanumeric (POCSAG), 5/6 Tone, DTMF, or alert tones.
Economical wireless alarm monitoring for remote sites, machine monitoring, process control, manufacturing, and security. Give fewer personnel more capability with automatic voice alerting and remote control via radio. Machines and industrial processes can alert or page service or security personnel automatically.
OPERATION AND PROGRAMMING
Voice Message Alerting
Text Message Alerting
Remote Control Operation
|Power||13.8VDC nominal, 10.5-16VDC|
|Current||max standby with relays
open - 115mA at 16VDC
max standby with relays closed - 300mA at 16VDC
|Temperature||0 to +60 degrees C|
|Size||7.25"W x 10.5"D x 2.25"H|
|Case||painted aluminum, wall mountable|
|Voice Storage||10, 20, 40, or 80 seconds|
|Voice Messages||16 max|
|Audio Output||20mV to 2V P-P, 600 ohm|
|Audio Input||3V P-P, >30K ohm minimum|
|Channel Busy Input (COR)||1 to 4.5 V adjustable|
|PTT (Push to Talk) Output||Relay to gnd, 300mA max, normally open or closed|
|I/O SPECIFICATIONS EXTERNAL INPUTS|
|8 Contact||Lo < 0.8 volts|
|Closure Inputs||Hi > 2.0 volts Protected to +/- 48VDC|
|Relays (limit 2)||SPDT relay, 120VAC or 28VDC, 60VA max|
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MIAMI, FL U.S.A.
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