The Alphapoc 701 is programmable for each RIC or subaddress with different ringing tones (Loud, Silent, Silent, Minibeep, Redundant, Rising Ring) and different types of vibration (Interval, Continuous). Immediately ready for use. The DME comes fully programmed for digital alerting according to your individual requirements in the programming form. No further costs for programming and quartz! The complete menu is in German!
- one device for all BOS channels (163 - 174 MHz)
- freely programmable (no manual programming possible) 16 RICs corresponding to 64 different loops !!!
- Reception on a BOS channel
- best readability with up to 120 characters per page ultra-bright display illumination with green LEDs adjustable extra loud signaling volume through 2 built-in speakers optimal ease of use (flashy alarm flashing, keypad sound)
- handy, small and light
- up to 64 loops (16 RICs with 4 subaddresses each)
- individually programmable
- Exploitation of the multiple receipt for the message correction
- Storage of the last 20 alarm messages (> 850 characters per alarm message)
- Display 4 x 20 characters with backlight
- Magnifying glass function: for better readability, the messages can also be displayed in two lines
- Acoustic alarm with 16 individually programmable alarm tones
- Ringing by hand per subaddress adjustable
- vibration alarm
- Display of the triggered loop (individual alarm keyword 20 characters)
- Display of the current time / alarm time and the date Call reminder (repetition of the alarm)
- Alarm type switchable: - Loud alarm, redundant alarm (loud with vibration) - Discrete alarm (vibration and mini-beeps) - Silent alarm (vibration) Priority call (always audible alarm, even with silent alarm)
- Automatic on-off control (time-controlled) selectable
- low power consumption, low battery alarm / battery range alarm in the absence of contact with the radio network Individual adaptation to the application area by programming (enable / disable functions)
Compliance with the relevant provisions of the TKG and the regulatory authorities is the responsibility of the buyer.