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VA6000R - Voice Alert Receiver-Speaker w/ Power Adaptor

VA6000R - Voice Alert Receiver-Speaker w/ Power Adaptor
Manufacturer:  Voice Alert  SKU:  VA6000R
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Price:  $89.95

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Monitor your garage, pool, yard, front door and back door with the Voice Alert System and get an immediate response, in your own voice, of movement in each monitored zone. This Receiver/Speaker unit consist of a rceiver, voicerecording/playback system and speaker. controls allow for power input, recording of up to six voice messages (in your own voice), and programming of each Sensor/Transmitter (not included) to activate your voice message. The Receiver/Speaker also includes 4 connections to activate other devices.


Features:

  • Record six separate voice messages (6 seconds each)
  • Support an unlimited number of Sensor Transmitters
  • Speaker volume control
  • Audio Line Output Connection
  • Voice message (user initiated): One button for each zone
  • Voice message (transmitter initiated): programmed to desired message (user programmable)\
  • Individual "C" relays enable other devices to be triggered
  • Missed message indicator: Flashing LED
  • Missed message playback: Push button
  • Receiver type: Super Heterodyne
  • Frequency of receiver: 433.92 MHz
  • Method of recording: Digital, solid state, user-recordable
  • FCC Part 15 Approved
  • Receiver stability: Crystal
  • Receiver sensitivity: 100dBm
  • Low Battery LED indicates sensor w/ low battery
  • low Battery voice message identifies specific zone
  • AC/DC Power adapter - 6ft cord lenght
  • Power requirement: 117V AC - 60 Hz
  • Power Input: 9VDC - 1 AMP
  • Installation: Wall or tabletop
  • Receiver/Speaker Dimensions: 8.50in W x 1.75in H x 5.75in D
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1. Albert on 11/3/2012, said:

System works adequately but takes a bit of time to locate sensors and select sensor pattern(s). Following directions carefully will result in a very good system. (Al: Senior Electrical Engr)

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