The Rane PAGER2 Paging Station is designed for use with the CP66 Commercial Processor, this station lets you decide which combination of the 6 Zones to Page into and displays important information such as whether or not a higher priority page is already occurring.
The PAGER2 Paging Station accepts any standard gooseneck microphone and has built-in selectable 24V Phantom power and a 13 dB pad. It normally sits on a desk or table, and has lockdown features for security. It connects to and is powered by the CP66 Commercial Processor using a RJ-45 terminated connection for power, data, and audio over via shielded CAT5 cable up to 500‘ (152m). The status indicators on the rear of this paging station and the CP66 Commercial Processor verify communication. The rear panel has indicators to troubleshoot any CAT5 cable failure.
The PAGER2 Paging Station chassis is painted steel, measuring 4.5 x 6.0 x 2.0" (11.4 x 15.2 x 5.1 cm) and weighs 20 oz (567g). Labels for custom Zone and Group names may be inserted in slots on the sides of the protective Lexan faceplate.
The PAGER2 Paging Station is an advanced digital pager that allows the user to easily select any combination of zones for paging right at the device itself. Indicators on the PAGER2 informs you if the Zone is ready or busy (already being paged by a higher-priority input) and when the chime has completed (if enabled).
Two group buttons are provided to give quick access to commonly-used zone combinations, for example All Outdoor Zones or Dining Areas. To store a group, select the active zones, hold the group 1 or group 2 button until the LED flashes, then release.
The Lexan overlay on the PAGER2 has slots on either side to allow insertion of printed labels, letting you set custom names for your Zones and Groups.
A tool is included in the shipping box to remove the locking mechanism from the Neutrik jack so that the microphone may not be removed or stolen. The bottom panel of the PAGER2 Paging Station can also be removed to allow the entire paging station to be securely fastened to a desk or table or held down via keyholes.