The TXPCBB enables other sensing devices to wirelessly communicate with the Voice Alert receiver/speaker by connecting either normally open or normally closed leads from the sensing devices.
False alarms are eliminated as the TXPCBBs are only triggered when activated by the sensing device. The new sensor/transmitters can be used in a mixed installation environment with our standard PIR (passive infrared) sensors.
The TXPCBB sends a radio signal by input from either Normally Open (NO) or Normally Closed (NC) devices. There is no longer a need to pull cable or trench to receive information from remote sensing devices.
Housed in a water-tight NEMA box, the TXPCBB has a radio transmission range of up to 1000' line of sight or up to 300' through walls. The NEMA box will handle all environments and includes mounting tabs to accommodate a variety of mounting options.
The TXPCBB is powered by a 9V battery. An alkaline battery has a battery life of over one year and a lithium 9V battery will last three to five years. The system includes a "low battery" feature designed to notify the user when a battery voltage approaches a low battery threshold.
When the TXPCBBV is attached to a door or gate it will be triggered when the door or gate is opened. there are many applications where the user will want to know about activity relating to a specific term. Some application include:
- Door or gate security
- Equipment security
- Material security
- Computer security
- Automobile security
The wire leads from the cylindrical vibration switch are connected to the NO (normally open) contact screws and the 2 dipswitches next to the contact block are set for NO to be on and NC (normally closed) to be off.
If you disconnect the wire leads you can connect either NO or NC devices to trigger the TXPCBBV as a wireless transmitter. the dipswitches may need to be reset and a hole will need to be drilled to wire the triggering device. Some devices that can be used to trigger the unit include:
- Door or window magnetic contacts
- Smoke alarm
- Water level sensors
- Temperature sensors
- Doorbell button
- Pressure mats
- Photo beam sensors
- Carbon monoxide sensors