The NC369 UHF Paging Transmitter receives alphanumeric
messages and patient call information via serial interface
and transmits the information directly to pagers.
Information is sent to the transmitter at 9600 baud to
minimize bottlenecks. Call type and location are determined
by the system supplying information to the transmitter. Up
to 1000 pager IDs are supported. Battery backup is also
available. Programming is simple using a PC or laptop and
web based programming screens. Dipswitches are also
available on the unit for minimal function onsite setup.
The system’s range depends upon the site and the
transmitter’s location. To determine the exact coverage,
conduct a site survey. Estimate a range of up to one mile
under ideal conditions. The unit includes a ¼-wave BNCterminated
antenna to provide coverage that meets most
requirements. The optional CA133 Antenna is suited for
installations that require good building penetration and
range. On average, the CA133 Antenna adds about 25%
to the transmission footprint, and because it comes with
approximately 10 feet of cable, it can be mounted in more
Dimensions: 2.7" × 10" × 8"
(6.86 cm × 25.4 cm × 20.32 cm)
Construction: Electronic components mounted on a
PCB enclosed in an ABS housing
Connections: Plug-in RJ45 to DB9
Housing: Surface or shelf mounted
Frequency: Programmable for 440–470 MHz
RF Power Output: Up to 2 watts
Voltage: 12VDC at 2A Input 115 VAC
FCC ID No.: T5GPT5
IC (Canada): IC4767A-PT5
BAUD Rate: 9600 serial input, 1200 transmit
Tek-CARE®400 P5 Nurse Call System
-or- Tek-CARE®400 Nurse Call System
-or- Tek-CARE®NC300II Nurse Call System
-or- Tek-CARE®NC110/150/200 Nurse Call System
(requires NC375 Transmitter Interface)
-or- Tek-CARE®500 Wireless Emergency Call System
Paging is an ancillary method of call annunciation, and is not intended
to replace the primary annunciation provided by the nurse call system.
This product was added to our catalog on Monday 26 May, 2014.