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Optex Receiver/Chime Box with Relay for RCTD-20U (Wireless 2000) Wireless Annunciator System

B&H # OPRC20U Mfr # RC-20U
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You Pay: $99.95

The Optex Receiver/Chime Box with Relay for RCTD-20U (Wireless 2000) Wireless Annunciator System is powered by an included AC adapter, and up to nine TD-20U battery-powered sensor transmitters can be added to a single RC-20U receiver (with an additional three added to a latching zone). In addition, the RC-20U Receiver/Chime Box includes a Form-C relay for activating additional devices such as lights, a camera, door lock, and more.

This receiver is suitable for home or business installations. The wireless system (the receiver when used with the transmitter) alerts you by three different chime tones and/or activates other electric devices (door strikes, lights, siren, CCTV) with relay output (RC-20U). This system can be triggered by TD-20U motion detectors, TC-10U door contacts, or manually by the TS-10U handheld push-button transmitter. The transmission range can be extended by using the TR-10U Repeater. The system offers you comfort and convenience in personal and commercial applications without complex wiring. It is suitable for perimeter awareness and wireless remote control.

Wireless 2000 system (the receiver when used with the transmitter) monitors your property 24 hours a day to detect approaching vehicles and people giving you time to prepare
Wireless 2000 system (the receiver when used with the transmitter) serves as a welcome chime or perimeter alert for home or shop
Wireless 2000 system (the receiver when used with the transmitter) works as a convenient wireless switch for activating a variety of electric equipments
Accepts 9 transmitters, identifies each group of 3 with different chime tone
Operates with the included 9VDC adapter
Wall mount or table mount design
Form C relay for activating other devices (50VAC, 1A maximum, or 24VDC, 1A maximum) with adjustable output duration
Used in applications such as driveway annunciator, entry/walkway chime, wireless doorbell, warehouse delivery areas, construction site guard, monitoring hard to see or shoplifting prone items, inside display cases at jewelry stores, anti-vandalism at art galleries, loss prevention in monitor department store dressing rooms and fitting rooms, annunciating unauthorized use of emergency exits, signaling for drive-up window, location finder for blind, delivery doors, roll-up, or bay doors, monitoring supplies in supply room or closet, releasing door strike or magnetic lock, annunciating activity at CCTV camera, monitor home or business entry points, and expand detection using Optex's battery-operated detectors
Power Source 9 VDC
Power Consumption Standby: 1 W, operating: 2 W
Chimes 3 tone and 1 alarm (optional)
Volume Adjustable 0 to 80 dB/5 levels (Continuous zone: maximum)
Relay Output 50 VAC, 1 A maximum or
24 VDC, 1 A maximum
Timer Selectable: Off/1/5/30/60 sec/utility output mode
Status Indicator Power Indicator: Green LED
Zone Indicator: 3 x Red LED
Radio Frequency 418 MHz
Operating Temperature 15 to 120°F (-9 to +60°C)
Type Indoor
Installation Commercial and residential
Zones Building, approach, perimeter, and interior
Weight 6 oz (170 g)
Optex Receiver/Chime Box with Relay for RCTD-20U (Wireless 2000) Wireless Annunciator System
  • AC Adapter
  • Mounting Screw
  • Limited 5-Year Warranty on Parts & Labor
  • Watson -  9V Rechargeable NiMH Battery (250mAh)
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