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    Wireless CodeSecure™ Keyfob Transmitter

    MCT-234 (868)
    €24,00 sin IVA
    The MCT-234 is a miniature CodeSecure™ 4-button (4-function) transmitter, designed for use with advanced, high-security alarm and remote control systems.
    Transmission is initiated by pressing any one of the four recessed pushbuttons. Upon pressing a specific button, the MCT-234 transmits a CodeSecure™ digital sequence identifiable by compatible CodeSecure™ receivers, and a 4-bit function code associated with the button that was pressed.
    The next time a button is pressed, the MCT-234 will transmit a digital sequence that differs from the one used in the previous transmission and the respective function code. As a result, malicious “code grabbing” is virtually impossible.
    Operating power is obtained from an internal 12 V alkaline battery. A red LED lights during transmission as long as the battery voltage exceeds 8.6 V. If the LED flashes during transmission, the battery must be replaced without delay. In addition, a “low battery” report will be transmitted with the outgoing digital message. Compatible receivers are designed to identify this report and operate a corresponding output.

    Wireless CodeSecure™ Two-way Keyfob Transmitter

    MCT-237 (868)
    €57,75 sin IVA
    The MCT-237 is a 6-button miniature wireless 2-way keyfob with an icon-based LCD display designed for arming and disarming the security system, as well as for emergency signaling, query for status and home automation applications. It provides instant visual and auditory feedback regarding the system status and whether a command has been successfully executed, so that users can always be certain that the system has carried out their command.
    Unique to the PowerMaxPro and PowerMaxComplete security and control systems, the MCT-237 offers the ultimate in ease and performance by integrating an LCD screen in a 2-way keyfob.
    When activated, each button initiates a CodeSecure™ transmission of a unique 28-bit ID command, which is selected from over 100 million possible combinations. To prevent "code grabbing" by potential intruders trying to defeat the security system, the next time the button is activated, the transmitter sends out a different CodeSecure™ ID selected by a proprietary code encryption algorithm and recognized only by the target receiver.It is powered by a standard, easily replaceable alkaline battery and features visible and transmitted low battery indications.

    Waterproof PowerCode™ Wrist Transmitter

    MCT-211 (868)
    €49,50 sin IVA
    The MCT-211 is a PowerCode™ miniature waterproof wrist-worn transmitter, designed for personal emergency signaling and other applications where the transmitter needs to be within easy reach at all times.
    The transmitter is waterproof and suitable for wearing even in a shower or in other wet environments such as factories, hospitals, gardens, pools and rain conditions. Attractive ergonomic design makes the MCT-211 as convenient to wear on a regular basis as any wristwatch.

    Pendant Transmitter

    MCT-241 (868)
    €51,00 sin IVA
    The MCT-241 is a PowerCodeTM miniature, microprocessorcontrolled personal UHF transmitter. It is designed to transmit coded alert signal in distress or in other emergency situations. The transmitter is waterproof and suitable for wearing in a shower.
    The transmitter is activated by depressing the recessed oval pushbutton at the center of the unit. A built-in timer determines the transmission time to 3 seconds, even if the user maintains the transmission button depressed shorter or longer than that.
    When triggered, the transmitter transmits a unique, factory programmed, randomly selected 24-bit digital alarm code. This code is selected from 16 million possible codes and is therefore unique and virtually impossible to reproduce.
    Operating power is obtained from an internal 3V Lithium battery. A red LED (see Fig. 1) lights steadily during the transmission, giving reassurance to the user and indicating that the battery condition is good. If the LED flashes each time the transmitter is activated, it indicates that the battery voltage is low and must be replaced as soon as possible.
    The transmitter case is sealed (no screws) to enable the waterproof feature. Therefore, battery replacement can only be done in the factory. If the transmitter is activated while the battery voltage is low, a ‘low battery’ alarm code is transmitted. If the transmitter is not activated for a long period, the battery is self-tested every 12 hours. After three consecutive “low battery” states, a supervisory ‘low battery’ alarm code is transmitted.
    The transmitter is supplied with two wearing accessories, a neck cord (to be worn around the neck) and a clip (to be attached to the user belt or shirt pocket).
    The neck cord includes a built-in safety release mechanism. This neck cord must never be replaced with a cord that does not include a safety release.

    Wireless Remote Commander

    MCM-140 (868)
    €63,75 sin IVA
    The MCM-140/MCM-140+ is a wireless remote control unit for the PowerMax family control panels. The MCM-140 and MCM-140+ differ in their transmitted ID type and functions.
    1The MCM-140/MCM-140+ enables the user to arm/disarm the alarm system, to initiate emergency/fire/panic alarms, to perform one of the AUX (auxiliary) functions (see Note 2 and 3 in Section 7), to turn lighting devices on and off, and PGM control. The keypad includes an RF transmitter that sends out a differently coded RF signal for each command.
    For PowerMax, the MCM-140 enables activation of the Aux (Auxiliary), seven home control outputs (X-10), one PGM output, Fire and Emergency functions. Each button needs to be individually defined for the AUX, PGM or X-10 functions at the corresponding points of the define panel and define outputs menu of the control panel.

    Emergency Button

    €51,00 sin IVA
    The MCT-220 enables people, for example senior citizens in their home environment, to transmit an emergency call when they are at some distance from their communication unit.