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The TekTone NC397A Alphanumeric Pager is our user-friendly pager with a two line display. As a component of the NC365B Paging Transmitter, the TekTone NC397A is also an important device for healthcare facilities. Nursing homes, hospitals, outpatient surgery centers and many other facilities depend on our TekTone NC397A on a daily basis for reliable and efficient communication. Our Alphanumeric Pagers each come with a belt clip and a rubber safety cord to keep the device securely attached to each employee. Our TekTone NC397A and its transmitter, the NC365B, communicate using either the TekTone NC110, NC150, NC200, NC300 or NC400 nurse call system or the TekTone NC500 wireless nurse call system. With its many capabilities, the TekTone NC397A is programmed with a maximum of eight CAP codes assigned by the facility.
Many useful features are included with the TekTone NC397A such as low battery warning, a clock, and message time stamp capabilities. The TekTone NC397A also can be setup to switch on and off at a certain time on a daily basis. As many as 60 messages of 239 alphanumeric characters can be accumulated by the TekTone NC397A. These messages can be kept or deleted as desired. Those that are not kept will be automatically deleted starting with the oldest message. TheTekTone NC397A Alphanumeric Pager can be setup for annunciation by way of vibration or audible tones, and it has an alarm for annunciation each day. With four vibration patterns and five different alert tones, theTekTone NC397A Pager can be programmed with a different variation of vibration and alarm to send with each type of message. Each pager requires one AAA battery for operation. For more information on our TekTone NC397A Alphanumeric Pagers and the TekTone NC365B Paging Transmitter, contact our office at BEC Integrated Solutions.
This product was added to our catalog on Monday 04 September, 2017.