Overview of the radio accessories - Ergophone Website 2020-UK

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Radio accessories for ergonomic telephones with integrated radio receiver

Ergophone telephones with radio receiver can be expanded to emergency call systems. Emergency calls can be triggered via radio-controlled transmitters/buttons and sent to the telephone. The calls are forwarded to an alarm server or to programmed phone numbers.

Radio pendant TRX-S

Radio pendant TRX-S for the radio emergency call function.
Frequency: 869,2 MHz, bidirectional, can be worn with a neck cord or bracelet.
Protection class: IP67.

 

Radio pendant TRX

Radio pendant TRX for the radio emergency call function.
Frequency: 869,2 MHz, bidirectional, can be worn with a neck cord or bracelet.
Protection class: IP65.
  

Radio cord pull switch TRX

Radio transmitter for radio emergency call operation. Frequency range: 869.2 MHz, bidirectional, surface or flush mounting possible.

Radio technical transmitter TRX

Radio transmitter for the radio emergency call function. Frequency: 869,2 MHz, bidirectional, for connecting additional devices such as acoustic sensors, motion detectors, etc.

Radio smoke detector TRX

Radio transmitter for the radio emergency call function. Frequency: 869,2 MHz, bidirectional. Photoelectronic smoke detector for indoor use.
 

Radio thermal detector TRX

Radio transmitter for the radio emergency call function. Frequency: 869,2 MHz, bidirectional. Heat detector that senses high temperatures such as those caused by fire.
 

Radio tile TRX-S

Radio transmitter for the radio emergency call function. Frequency: 869,2 MHz, bidirectional. Plate with integrated transmitter can easily be glued onto a tile.

Radio sensormat CareMat® TRX

Radio transmitter for the radio emergency call function. Frequency: 869,2 MHz, bidirectional. Three variants are available in the color grey and yellow.
 

Radio receiver TRX

External radio receiver as a complementary way to assume emergency calls. The device can be connected to an Ergophone telephone with contact input.

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