Alphanumeric Pager for Emergency Communication System
Medical Pager System Description:
The PP-9000AW-2 Alphanumeric Pager, part of Cornell Communication's VersaPage medical paging system, is a true mini pager with large display and user friendly interface. It can be either selective PC or hand programmable. The pager device also has 16 memory slots, 10 personal slots, a full message indicator, and supports multiple languages (English, Spanish, Portuguese, Russian, German, and French).
Pocket Paging System Includes:
- 84 Alphanumeric or Chinese character
- Back lit display
- Long battery life, with Lithium battery back-up
- 4 beep alerts, 10 melody alerts, vibrate mode, 9 caller ID activated beep tones, reminder alert, and 5 daily alarm sets
- Duplicate message detection, unread message display, message time stamp, month/date/year/time display
- Extension compatible
- Up to 6 cap code capability
- Selective message lock/delete Frequency: 138\74MHz, 279\282MHz, 443\473MHz, 929\932\MHz
- Paging Sensitivity: 512bps – 5u V\M, 1200bps – 9u V\M
- Bit Rate: 512\1200\2400bps for POCSAG, 1600\3200\6400bps for FLEX
- Spurious Rejection: 40db below carrier
- Alert Tone Volume: 85db at 30cm (12”)
- View Area: 45 x 14.43mm
When used with Cornell System, this pager keeps you connected and available 24/7.
Medical Paging Equipment Engineering Specifications:
Contractor shall furnish, program and include Pocket Pagers Model PP-9000AW-2 according to specifications
- Dimensions: 64 x 43 x 20mm
- Power: 3.0V Lithium
- Battery Replacement: Duracell DL123A lithium battery
- Battery Life: Up to 2 years
- Operating Environment: 50-120°F Indoor Non-condensing
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