Voice Alert Wireless Door Entry Announcer, VA6DEA
Voice Alert Wireless Door Entry Announcer, VA6DEA
Wireless Receiver - Programmable Voice AnnouncerDoor contact transmitter boxDoor Contact (magnetic)
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Voice Alert System-6 allows voice-recorded messages to identify activity for up to six monitored zones. The Voice Alert System-6 uses wireless sensors (contact closure / motion / etc.) that send a wireless signal up to 1000' line of sight (or up to 300' inside) to an indoor receiver/speaker (Base Unit).

When a wireless sensor is activated a radio signal is sent from the wireless transmitter to the remote Base Unit. A custom message, which you've recorded in your own voice for that specific zone, is played on the Base Unit. One of four form "C" relays (NO/NC dry on/off switches) attached to the Base Unit can optionally be triggered (see example below). With its ability to secure up to six separate zones, each with its own customized recorded message in your own voice, Voice Alert is the most flexible system available.

Users can place the wireless transmitter sensors wherever needed and alter their recorded messages at any time. Voice Alert System-6 sets up in minutes and can be completely customized to handle tough wiring situations. Multiple base units may also be used to trigger alerts in two or more areas simultaneously.

The TXPCBB transmitter sends a radio signal by input from either Normally Open (NO) or Normally Closed (NC) devices. An included magnetic door contact sensor with 2' of wire is included. The small magnet mounts on the door and the small wired sensor mounts opposite the magnet on the door frame and it connects (via the included 2' of wire) to the NC (normally closed) terminals on the transmitter.

The transmitter box is housed in a water-tight NEMA box, the TXPCBB has a radio transmission range of up to 1000' line of sight or up to 300' through walls. The NEMA box will handle all environments and includes mounting tabs to accommodate a variety of mounting options.

The TXPCBB transmitter is powered by a 9V battery. An alkaline battery has a battery life of over one year and a lithium 9V battery will last three to five years. The system includes a "low battery" feature designed to notify the user when a battery voltage approaches a low battery threshold.

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