Carrying a receiver around with you is not ideal. You need something small and light, something compact enough to clip onto a belt. You need the Bellman Visit Pager Receiver: a small and compact device alerting you if any alarms in the Bellman Visit System are triggered.
There are still issues though. Charging, for instance. With the Bellman Visit Charger, you know your pager will always have enough power to get you through the door, putting your mind at ease.
To make life easier, there is a Bellman Visit Pager Receiver and Charger kit so you will have everything you need to have a fully operating pager at all times.
Features of the bellman visit pager receiver and charger kit
The Bellman Visit Pager Receiver consists of the following features:
- Battery power: 1 x 1.5V AAA alkaline or 1.2V AAA NiMh rechargeable battery
- Operating time: 2 - 3 weeks (alkaline), approx. 1 week on one charge (NiMh)
- Active power consumption: 220mA
- Idle power consumption: 1mA
- Radio frequency: 868.3MHz
- Number of radio keys: 64 standard expandable to 256
- Coverage: 200m (with clear line of sight)
- Radio activation: Bellman Visit 868 system
- Analogue telephone activation: 26 - 120V RMS, 15 - 100Hz
- Vibrator power: built-in
- Dimensions WxHxD: 57 x 86 x 29mm
- Weight: 70g (with battery), 55g (without battery)
- Colour: grey with red function button
The charger also has a range of functions that include operating as the pager when the two are connected and the use of LED lights to monitor the charging process.
The unit has a 1.7m wire and can be mounted onto the wall for convenience. There are also support legs for the charger to be positioned on a flat surface.
Both components will work with a range of different Bellman Visit Systems.
Please note: the charger will only act as the pager when the pager is in the unit.
Only NiMH batteries should be used in the pager for non-rechargeable batteries can leak and will damage the system.
Keeping the charging unit connected to the mains power supply is advised to ensure the back-up batteries are always at full charge.