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The black SE3 Series User Transmitter from Bosch is used by system users and operates at a frequency of 304 MHz. During an emergency, a person squeezes and holds the alarm buttons to produce an alarm. Generally, the system sounders, strobes, or sirens activate within two seconds. The alarm signal is transmitted to the receivers, which relay the alarm signal to the transponder and to the central console. The central console shows the person’s location on a map, along with a photograph, name, and vital information such as a medical condition or disability. In addition, the test transmitter can be attached to a keychain (not included).
Manual Duress Alarm
Squeeze the two buttons on the transmitter to send an alarm. During the alarm, the transmitter automatically continues to transmit every 7 seconds, providing the most current location information.
The protocol consists of redundant packets of information, which is sent at the maximum power allowed by FCC. The protocol contains a unique 24-bit transmitter identification for 16,000,000 different identification codes.
You can use the test mode test the transmitter anywhere in the protected area. When the user (subscriber) sees an indoor receiver or an outdoor strobe, the user can press the manual test button to perform a test. A small green light flashes on an indoor receiver or the strobe flashes during a successful test. The visual indicators (flashing green light or strobe light) are absent when the test fails. The central console software records the successful tests in the subscriber (user) database. The information can be printed on an optional printer. In addition, the test transmitter features a key chain attachment.
Low Battery Indication
When the transmitter's battery needs replacing, the test signal includes a low battery message to the central console. The central console software records the low battery messages in the subscriber (user) database. The information can be printed on an optional printer.
The subscriber (user) database contains user information, including the date and time of the most recent transmitter test. You can search the subscriber (user) database to find people who neglected to test their transmitters within a specified time period.
In the Box
Bosch SE3 Series User Transmitter (Black)
Limited 3-Year Warranty
Table of Contents
Alert Units: EA120B Central Console Software: SE2000 Series Receivers: EA102A-304 Transmitters: SE2 Series, SE3401, and SE88 Series Transponder: EA500B
Through central console
4 years under normal conditions when used with recommended battery