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S eries 3500:
MultiP age S ys tem
Operating Manual
S E R IE S 3500
MultiP age S ys tem
INS TA L L AT ION & S P E C IF IC AT ION G UIDE
SenSource, Inc.
3890 Oakwood Ave.
Youngstown, OH 44519
800-239-1226
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L imited Warranty A greement
Your MultiPage System is warranted against
failure due to defects in workmanship or material for a period of one (1) year from the date of
purchase. SenSource, Inc. will repair or replace
any defective unit. Obvious abuse or mishandling of the unit is NOT covered by this
warranty.
Merc handis e R eturn
If your Unit does not work satisfactorily,
please give us a call. We may be able to solve the
problem by phone. If it becomes necessary to
return your Unit to the factory, please observe
the following:
1. Place Unit in a sturdy box with sufficient
packing material.
2. If requested, include the power adapter.
3. Return the system insured and prepaid
since we are not responsible for shipping damages and losses on returned Units.
Warranty S ervic e
For warranty service, please contact
SenSource at 1-800-239-1226. A tech will
gladly assist you.
A s s is tanc e
For any product assistance or maintenance
help, contact SenSource by either calling
1-800-239-1226 or emailing us at:
support@sensource.biz.
Warranty E xc lus ion
Do not install substitute parts or perform
any modification to the product without first
contacting SenSource.
SenSource, Inc.
1257 Salt Springs Rd.
Youngstown, OH 44509
800-239-1226
Warning
All power adapters, line cords, and electrical
equipment should be kept out of the reach of
children and away from water.
L ife S upport P olic y
SenSource's products are not authorized for use as components in life support devices or systems without the express written approval of the president of
SenSource, Inc..
As used herein:
1. Life support devices or systems are defined as systems which support or sustain life,
and whose failure to perform when properly
used in accordance with instructions for use
provided in the labeling, can be reasonably
expected to result in a significant injury to the
user or anyone depending on the system.
2. A critical component is any component of
a life support device or system whose failure to
perform can be reasonably expected to cause
the failure of the life support device or system,
or to affect its safety or effectiveness.
Dis c laimer
We are constantly striving to improve our
products. Due to this, specifications are subject
to change without notice.
Nomenc lature
In this manual, use this nomenclature to
distinguish between buttons, functions, messages, and things:
"SEND"
= is a button that is pressed
"ENTER"
= is a button that is pressed
"CANCEL" = is a button that is pressed
send
= a verb used in text
enter
= a verb used in text
"ON "
= turn something "ON" or
"OFF "
= turn something "OFF"
Pager(s)
= noun or object
Display(s)
= noun or object
TA B L E OF C ONT E NT S
1 MultiP age S ys tem Overview ........................................ 6
MultiP age T ransmitter
1.1 MultiPage Transmitter ..................................................... 6
1.2 Wireles s UHF Dis plays .................................................. 6
1.3 T he Informant ................................................................. 6
1.4 Paging V ibrating P agers ................................................. 6
MULT IPAG E S P E C IF IC AT IONS ........................................ 7
2 MUL T IP A G E OP E R A T ION ............................................ 9
2.1 Ins tallation ...................................................................... 9
2.2 Operation ...................................................................... 9
2.3 C onfiguration .................................................................. 9
UHF DIS P L AY S P E C IF IC AT IONS ................................... 11
3 WIR E L E S S UHF DIS P L A Y ........................................... 12
UHF Dis play
3.1 Ins tallation ...................................................................... 12
3.2 Operation ........................................................................ 12
3.3 C onfiguration .................................................................. 12
INF OR MA NT S P E C IF IC AT IONS ..................................... 14
4 INF OR MA NT .................................................................. 15
4.1 Ins tallation ...................................................................... 15
4.2 Operation ........................................................................ 15
T he Informant
4.3 C onfiguration .................................................................. 15
PAG E R S P E C IF IC AT IO NS ............................................... 16
5 V IB R A T ING P A G E R S ................................................... 17
5.1 Turning On the P ager ...................................................... 17
5.2 S ending a Page .............................................................. 17
5.3 Activating an Alpha Mes s age ......................................... 17
5.4 S ending a Numeric Mes s age .......................................... 17
5.5 R eceiving a Page ........................................................... 17
Pocket P ager
5.6 S ending a G roup C all Page ............................................. 17
5.7 Manual Pager Turn-Off ................................................... 17
5.8 P ager Turn-Off From B as e .............................................. 17
5.9 Power C hecking .............................................................. 17
5.10 Lighting F unction .......................................................... 17
5.11 C aution ......................................................................... 17
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1 MULT IP AG E S Y S T E M OV E R V IE W
With the MultiPage Transmitter, you can
send numbers to UHF Displays , page Vibrating Pagers , and control the Informant (signal
light). A MultiPage system is defined as one
MultiPage Transmitter and any combination of
these receiver types.
1.1 MUL T IP A G E T R A NS MIT T E R
The MultiPage Transmitter is a unique Transmitter that facilitates the use of UHF Displays ,
Pagers and Informants . Based on the superb
hardware platform of the Scope DataPage Lite,
the MultiPage is a software upgrade designed
as the ultimate paging solution.
1.2 WIR E L E S S UHF DIS P L A Y S
The new 3500 Series Wireless UHF Displays
have been specifically designed to receive signals
from the MultiPage Transmitter. These Displays come in 2-, 3-, 4- and 6-digit models with
5.5-inch numbers. They contain the same high
quality construction and components expected
from SenSource's products and Displays.
Numbers sent to the UHF Display will be
saved and displayed on both the MultiPage and
the UHF Display until deleted. These numbers
can be deleted manually or programmed by the
user to automatically delete, depending on the
user's preference.
1.3 T HE INF OR MA NT
The Informant can be set to respond to any
“Pager address." Using the message portion of a
page, the user can control which lights, or
combination of lights are on.
The Informant has been designed specifically
for use by children’s ministries in churches. The
Informant receives its control signals directly
from the MultiPage, DataPage Lite, or DataPage
II Transmitter. The Informant is used to alert
children's ministry workers when the service is
ending. A green light indicates the service is in
progress; a yellow light indicates the service is
beginning to close; a red light indicates the
service has closed; and a blinking red light
indicates the service has been dismissed.
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1.4 P A G ING V IB R A T ING P A G E R S
The MultiPage can be used to send messages
to Pagers or to trigger the internal “beep
type”messages of Pocket Pagers. In addition, the
MultiPage Transmitter can re-page Pagers at
user-defined intervals. The list of Pagers to be repaged is displayed on the MultiPage Transmitter
screen.
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MULT IPAG E S P E C IF IC AT IONS
On-P remis e Paging
F eatures
T he MultiP age T rans mitter can be us ed to trans mit to
the following receivers : T he Wireles s UHF Dis play,
V ibrating P agers , and the Informant. T he MultiP age
LC D s creen dis plays two lis ts : T he firs t lis t cons is ts of
the numbers being shown on the UHF Wireless Display.
T he s econd lis t s hows the P agers waiting to be repaged.
Operation
S imply plug the power adapter into the back of the
MultiP age and it is ready to us e.T o enter a number on
the Wireles s UHF Dis play, type the number and pres s
"ENTER." T o send a page to a Vibrating P ager, type the
number of the P ager you wis h to page and pres s
"SEND," then follow the on-s creen prompts . T o remove numbers from the Wireles s UHF Dis play, pres s
"CANCEL," then type the number you want to remove
and then press "ENTER." T o remove numbers from the
vibrating re-paging queue, pres s "CANCEL," then type
the P ager number followed by "SEND."
MultiP age T rans mitter
MultiP age S pec ific ations
Dimensions ............................................... 9" x 7.25" x 1.75"
F requency ................................................. 457.575 MHz
T X B aud R ate ........................................... 512 or 1200
Distance R ange ........................................ 1/4 to 1/2 Mile Indoors
F C C Approval No. ..................................... J R NUS AS E R ILINK
Mounting ................................................... F lat s urface
Maximum Numbers s hown on Dis play ...... 20
Maximum P agers in R e-P age Queue ........ 30
Auto Delete T ime ...................................... 0-25 minutes(user-selectable)
R oll Over T ime ........................................... 0-9 s econds (us er-s electable)
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2 MULT IPAG E OP E R AT ION
2.1 INS T A L L A T ION
The MultiPage Transmitter is designed to set
on a flat surface or table top or installed on a
mounting wedge for an angle or wall mount. To
use the Transmitter, simply plug the 12-volt DC
power adapter into the back of the MultiPage and
then plug the adapter into the wall. The
MultiPage Transmitter is now ready for use.
2.2 OP E R A T ION
The MultiPage has three primary operations: One is to send numbers to Wireless UHF
Displays, to page Vibrating Pagers and to page
the Informant. The "ENTER" key is associated
with Wireless UHF Display functions. The
"SEND" key is associated with Vibrating Pagers
and the Informant. The following examples explain each of these functions.
2.2.1 T rans mitting to UHF Wireles s
Dis plays
To send a number to a Display, simply type
the number that you want to display, i.e. “1234”
and then press “ENTER.” To delete a number
from the Display, press “CANCEL,” then type the
number, i.e. “1234” then press “ENTER.”
2.2.2 T rans mitting to V ibrating
P agers
To send a page to a Vibrating Pager (i.e. pager
#4), type the pager number “4” then press “SEND."
You will then be prompted for the beep type.
Different beep types can display up to three
different factory programmed text messages on
the Vibrating Pager such as:
"COME NOW"
"NEED HELP"
"CHILD FINE"
Type in the desired beep type, or press "ENTER" to accept the default. Pressing "SEND"
from the beep type screen will page the Pager
with a blank message. From the message screen
you can type in the numeric message, i.e. “911”
and then press “ENTER” or “SEND” to send the
page to the Vibrating Pager. If re-page is "ON,"
you will see the message re-paging on the bottom
line of the Transmitters display, followed by the
number of the Vibrating Pager that you just
paged. To stop the re-page of a Vibrating Pager,
press “CANCEL” then type the number of the
Vibrating Pager, i.e. “4” and then press “SEND.”
2.2.3 T rans mitting to the Informant
To page the Informant, simply type in the
address of the Informant, i.e. “400” and then
press “SEND.” You will then be prompted for the
message. Type in the message corresponding to
the action that you want to occur, i.e. Type "1" for
green, "2" for yellow, "3" for red. (See the
Informant Operation Page for more details.)
Then press “SEND” to send the message to the
Informant.
2.3 C ONF IG UR A T ION
The MultiPage Transmitter has several programmable options. To access these options,
simply press the “(“ from the main screen. Then
press the “( “ or “)” brackets to move up or down
the list of options. When you come to an option
you would like to change, press “ENTER.” Depending on the option, you can either press the “(“
and “) ” keys to change the value of the option, or
you can use the numbers to type in the desired
value. To return to the main options menu press
“ENTER.” When finished making changes, simply press the "SEND" key to save the changes or
the "CANCEL" key to discard your changes.
Each of the nine option areas are described in
detail below.
Option 1
T rans mitter R oll-Over T ime
The “Roll-Over” time is the time that each
number in the Transmitter memory shows on
the LCD screen before rotating to the next number. For example, with the Transmitter RollOver Time set to three seconds, and the Transmitter with “123” and “456” in its memory, the
Transmitter will show “123” for three seconds
and then show “456” for three seconds and then
back to “123.” To change the Transmitter RollOver Time, simply use the “(“ and “) ” keys to
select a time from 1 to 16 seconds. When the
desired time is reached press “ENTER.”
NOTE: The Transmitter Roll-Over Time
is completely independent of the UHF Display Roll-Over Time.
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Option 2
A uto Delete T ime
The Auto Delete Time is the time that a
number remains on the Display before it is
automatically deleted.This time can be set using
the “( “ and “)” keys to select the desired value
from 1 to 25 minutes. Once the desired value is
reached, press “ENTER” to return to the main
systems options menu.
NOTE: The Wireless UHF Display has
an independent Auto Delete Time which is
set following the instructions in the UHF
Display Section.
The factory default for the UHF Display
delete time is 45 minutes. The reason for having
an auto delete time in the Display, as well as the
MultiPage Transmitter, is best understood by
the following example: At the end of the day, a
user may unplug the Transmitter to turn it off.
If there were numbers being shown on the
Display before the power was unplugged from the
Transmitter, the numbers would remain on the
UHF Display until the Display's auto delete
removed them.
Option 3
R e-P age T ime for V ibrating P agers
This is the time between re-pages for Vibrating Pagers. For example, if the re-page time is
set to one minute, then the Vibrating Pagers will
be re-paged every minute. Using the “( “ and “) ”
keys you can choose between 0 and 25 minutes
for the re-page time. A re-page time of 0 disables
re-paging. When the desired value is selected,
press “ENTER” to return to the main options
menu.
Option 4
S et Dis play ID A ddres s
The options area is used to tell the MultiPage
Transmitter the address of the UHF Display.
The factory default is 1500. If you change this
address, you will also have to set up the UHF
Display to respond to your new address. (See
Display Options.)
Option 5
B as e ID
The Base ID is the digital identification in
which all components of a system run. The
factory default for this number is 0500000. This
number may be changed to avoid “cross talk”
with other nearby systems. If you change this ID
number, then the UHF Display , Informant
and Vibrating Pager settings will have to be
changed accordingly. It is recommended that
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users do not change this setting.
NOTE: Pager Base ID can only be
changed at the factory.
Option 6
B aud R ate
This is the rate at which the digital communications takes place in your system. It is
recommended that users do not change this
setting. If you change this number, the Display , Informant , and Vibrating Pager settings will have to be changed accordingly.
NOTE: Pager Baud Rate can only be
changed at the factory.
Option 7
Out-of-R ange
This feature is available only with coaster
systems. When the out-of-range option is activated, the transmitter will periodically send a
page telling everyone that they still are in range.
If a coaster also has its out-of-range feature
activated, it will sound an alert within 1 minute
of leaving the transmitter’s coverage area.
Option 8
B ehavior
The behavior option exists to accommodate
those users who are more familiar with the
DataPage Lite standard interface and do not
need the display or re-paging capabilities of the
MultiPage. The behavior setting can be toggled
between “MultiPage” and “DataPage Lite." In
DataPage Lite mode, the re-page feature is disabled and the Transmitter will simply wait for a
Pager number and then page a Pager. The
screen and button behavior will revert to the
DataPage Lite operation.
Option 9
Informant ID
The option area is used to tell the MultiPage
Transmitter the address of the Informant. The
factory default is 0400. If you change this address, you will also have to set up the Informant
to respond to your new address. (See Informant
Options.) The MultiPage will treat this address
uniquely in that it will not ask for a beep type and
it will not re-page.
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UHF DIS P L AY S P E C IF IC AT IONS
On-P remis e P aging
F eatures
T he UHF Dis plays are des igned to work bes t with the
S enS ource MultiP age S ys tem. T he Dis plays have two
modes:
1) As a "V is ual-P ager," the Dis play will s tore and rotate
up to 20 numbers at a time. Numbers can be entered
and deleted from the Dis play us ing the MultiP age
T ransmitter.
2) T he Dis play can als o be us ed as a "P ager C onfirmation S ys tem." In this mode, the Dis play s hows the
number of every V ibrating P ager that has been paged.
Operation
UHF Dis play
Mode 1) Us ing the MultiP age T rans mitter, s imply type
in a number and press "ENTER" to send that number to
the Dis play. T o delete a number from the Dis play,
simply press "CANCEL" then type the number followed
by "ENTER."
Mode 2) T he number of any P ager that is paged s hows
on the Dis play. No operator intervention is required.
24 Volt AC
9.1"
(23.1 cm)
Model 3500
Wireles s
R emote Dis play
P R OG R AM
MIC R OF R A ME
C O R P O R A T I O N
P.O. B ox 1700, B roken A rrow, OK 74013
DATA R E C E IV E LE D
9.8" 2-DIG IT
(24.9 cm)
13.2" 3-DIG IT
(33.5 cm)
16.8" 4-DIG IT
(42.7 cm)
1.5"
(3.8 cm)
115 TO 24 VAC
WALL MOUNT E D
(WIR E -IN)
T R ANS F OR ME R
3500\px\9700.ai
115 VAC
UHF Dis play S pec ific ations
F requency .................................................
T X B aud R ate ............................................
Distance R ange ........................................
Mounting ...................................................
C haracter Height .......................................
V iewing Dis tance ......................................
P ower S upply ............................................
Weight ......................................................
457.575 MHz
512 or 1200 auto learning
1/4 to 1/2 Miles
Wall Mount or C eiling Mount
5.5"
125 feet indoors
16 to 24 V AC
2-Digit, 2.5 Lbs (1.1 kg)
3-Digit, 3 Lbs (1.4 kg)
4-Digit, 3.5 Lbs (1.6 kg)
6-Digit, 5.25 Lbs (2.4 kg)
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3 WIR E L E S S UHF DIS P L AY
3.1 INS T A L L A T ION
S tep 1:
Wire in the power adapter. To do this, simply
place one wire from the adapter under one of the
screwdown terminals and the other wire under
the other screwdown terminal as shown on page
11. At this point, plug in the power adapter and
check the Display for proper operation.
S tep 2:
Hang the Display. The Display is hung on
the wall like a picture frame on a nail or screw.
Simply secure a nail or screw into the wall and
line up the “key hole” in the back of the Display
to hang the Display.
Optional Ins tallation
For aesthetic reasons, you may wish to run
the wire from the power adapter to the Display
concealed in the wall. A person skilled in wiring
should complete this task. The Display uses low
voltage (24-volt) wiring and generally does not
require conduit.
3.2 OP E R A T ION
If you purchased this Display for use with a
MultiPage Transmitter, you should be able to
simply plug in the Display and then enter and
delete numbers as specified in the “MultiPage
Operation” section. If you are using this Display
with another transmitter, please read "Using
the Display with the DataPage Lite or the
DataPage II” that's located on the following page.
3.3 C ONF IG UR A T ION
Under normal circumstances, you will not
need to change the Display configuration. The
Display configurations fall into two basic categories. The first is "Display Communication Settings," and the second is "Display Behavior
Settings."
3.31 Dis play C ommunic ations
S ettings
The Display comes from the factory ready to
communicate with a MultiPage Transmitter
(Base ID 0500000, Baud Rate 512). The Display
will intelligently communicate with other settings by doing the following:
Press the button on the back of the UHF
Display one time. The Display will show vertical
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bars. Next, page Pager number 1 with a beep
type of 2 and message 00. The Display should
change to horizontal bars to signify that it has
learned the Transmitter identity (Base ID and
Baud Rate). If the Display does not receive a valid
transmission within 90 seconds, it will show an
EE .
3.32 Dis play B ehavior S ettings
The UHF Display's behavior can be changed
by sending special codes to Pager 9999. All codes
are indicated by the form XX_XX or XX_XXXX
where "_" is a space. There are basically five
settings that can be changed using the 9999
command as seen below.
3.33 Mode S ettings
The UHF Display has two possible Modes:
Mode 1 displays the messages sent to a specific
Vibrating Pager, and Mode 2 displays all Pager
numbers paged by the Transmitter.
Mode 1 ) To program the UHF Display to
show all messages sent to Pager 300. Send a
page to Pager 9999 with the message “00_0300.”
NOTE: You must use the
“SPACE” key to
insert the space in the message between 00
and the Pager number. The Display will
now show all messages sent to Pager 300.
Mode 2) To program the Display to show all
pages sent by the Transmitter, send a page to
Pager 9999 with the message “00_0000.”
3.331 R oll-Over T ime S etting
The Roll-Over Time is the time each number
in the Display memory is shown before changing
to the next number. This time can be set from 1
to 9 seconds. To set this time, send a page to
Pager 9999 with the message “01_0X” where X is
a number 1-9 representing the number of seconds.
3.332 A uto Delete S etting
The Display can be set to automatically delete
a number from its memory after a preset time.
NOTE: If you have a MultiPage Transmitter,usetheTransmitter'sautodeleterather
than the Display's auto delete time.
To set
the auto delete time send a page to Pager 9999
with the message “02_XX” where XX is a number
from 1 to 42 representing the number of minutes
to wait before auto deleting.
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3.334 C hime S etting
If you have purchased an optional triac circuit or internal chime, it can be activated every
time a new number is sent to the Display. The
duration of the triac output given a new number
can be controlled by changing this option. To
change this option, send a page to 9999 with the
message “00_XX” where XX is a number from 00
to 99 representing the number of 0.1 second
intervals that you want the output to be on.
Sending a 00 will cause the triac circuit and the
internal chime to be disabled.
3.335 C lear A ll Numbers C ommand
There are occasions where you may want to
clear all numbers from all Displays. To clear all
numbers, send a page to Pager 9999 with the
message “99_98.”
3.336 R es et F ac tory Defaults
To change the Display settings back to factory defaults send a page to Pager 9999 with the
message “99_99.”
3.337 Us ing the UHF Dis play With A
DataP age L ite or DataP age II
The Wireless UHF Display has been designed to work optimally with the MultiPage
software .
However, in rare cases you may want to use the
Display with a Transmitter other than the
MultiPage. If so, you can control the Display's
basic functions by sending pages to the Display’s
address with beep types and messages to control
the function. Beep type “4” enters the number
contained in the message into the Display. Beep
Type “3” removes the number contained in the
message from the Display.
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INF OR MA NT S P E C IF IC AT IONS
On-P remis e Paging
F eatures
T he Informant is a wireles s s ignal light s ys tem designed to work with the MultiP age and S cope DataP age
family of trans mitters . It is over-the-air programmable
to "auto learn" its bas e ID and baud rate.
Operation
T o s end a command to the Informant, s imply page the
P ager number you have as s igned to the Informant with
a mes s age (command) from the table below.
T he command s tructure for the Informant is as follows :
T he firs t number is the light or s equence of lights that
will be s hown. T he s econd "optional" digit is the blink
rate or "rate of change" for the s equence.
T he Informant
P R OG R AM
18.33"
24 Volt AC
D
RE CK
A
BL
6.335"
1.50"
A3503-3601
115 VAC
Mic roframe Informant
F requency R ange ......................................
T X B aud R ate ...........................................
Distance R ange ........................................
Mounting ...................................................
P ower .......................................................
V iewing Dis tance ......................................
Weight ......................................................
Mounting ...................................................
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115 TO 24 VAC
WA L L MOUNT E D
(W IR E -IN)
T R A NS F OR ME R
457.575 MHz
512 /1200 (auto learn)
1/4 to 1/2 Mile Indoors
Wall Mounted
S upplied AC adapter
200 ft. depending on lighting
2.75 lbs .
Hang on Wall
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4 INF OR MA NT
4.1 INS T A L L A T ION
S tep 1:
Wire in the power adapter and test. To do
this, simply place one wire from the adapter
under one of the screwdown terminals and the
other wire under the other screwdown terminal
as shown on page 14. At this point, plug the
power adapter into an AC outlet.
If you have a factory programmed MultiPage
Transmitter, send a page to Pager 400 with a
message 1. The green light should come on. If the
system works, unplug the power adapter and
proceed to Step 2.
4.3 C ONF IG UR A T ION
To set the configuration of the Informant to
work with any base ID, baud rate and Pager
number, simply push the program button on the
back of the Informant. The Informant will light
all three lights and wait 90 seconds for a valid
transmission. When all three lights are on, page
the Pager number that you would like the Informant to become with a beep type of 2 and a
message of 00. If the Informant correctly receives
the transmission, it will turn on the green light.
S tep 2:
Place the Informant: The Informant can be
placed on a shelf or hung on the wall like a
picture. To hang the Informant, simply secure a
nail or a screw in the wall at the desired location
and then hang the Informant on the nail using
the “key hole” in the back of the Display.
4.2 OP E R A T ION
The Informant ships from the factory to work
with the MultiPage Transmitter as Pager #400.
To control the Informant, simply send a page to
the Pager number with a message corresponding
to the action that you would like to see. A table
outlining actions and messages follows. The
first digit of the message is the action and the
second digit is the multiplier for the duration of
the blink or the timing between lights. The
second digit can be left blank.
For example, to turn on the red light simply
page Pager #400 with a message 3.
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PAG E R S P E C IF IC AT IONS
On-P remis e Paging
F eatures
T he S cope P ocket P ager is des igned to work with
the MultiP age or DataP age family of on-premis e
trans mitters .
T he P ager can s how one 16-digit numeric mes s age
s ent by the T rans mitter. Optionally, the P ager can
s how up to three factory pre-programmed text
mes s ages corres ponding to the beep type s pecified.
P oc ket P ager
P oc ket V ibrating P ager S pec ific ations
Distance R ange ........................................ 1/4 to 1/2 mile
P ower ....................................................... R equires one AAA battery (included)
S ize .......................................................... 2.5 x 1.5 (1.75 with hols ter)
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5 V IB R AT ING PAG E R S
5.1 T UR NING ON T HE P A G E R
Hold down the LARGE GRAY BUTTON until the Pager comes on.
5.2 S E NDING A P A G E
Please see the diagram in the MultiPage
section of this manual for detailed instructions
on sending pages.
5.3 A C T IV A T ING A N A L P HA
ME S S AG E
To activate a pre-defined message to a Vibrating Pager, type in the Pager number followed by
the "SEND" key. You will be prompted for a
“BEEP TYPE (1-4).” Select 1-3 here and press
the “SEND” key. This will display on the Pager
one of the three pre-programmed text messages
stored in the Pager. If no number is chosen, the
Pager will default to Beep Type 4 (“PAGING”).
5.4 S E NDING A NUME R IC ME S S A G E
To send a numeric message to a Pager,
simply type in the Pager number followed by the
“SEND” key. The Transmitter screen will display “BEEP TYPE.” Simply press “ENTER” to
bypass this. The Transmitter screen will then
display “ENTER MESSAGE.” Using the number
keys, type in a numeric message up to 16 digits
followed by the “SEND” key. Note: If the message portion of a page is not blank the “BEEP
TYPE” alpha message selected will be ignored.
5.5 R E C E IV ING A P A G E
The Pocket Pager will start to vibrate when
it is paged. No action is necessary on the receiving end. The Pager will stop vibrating after
approximately eight seconds. If the user would
like to stop the vibration before the eight seconds,
simply press the LARGE GRAY BUTTON. If a
numeric message is sent to the Pager, the message will be visible on the Pager's LCD screen
until the Pager stops vibrating. To view the
message after the Pager has stopped vibrating,
press the LARGE GRAY BUTTON once.
5.6 S E NDING A G R OUP C A L L P A G E
All Pagers respond to call number “900”
(unless another group call number has been
chosen by the customer and programmed at the
factory). To page all Pagers at once, simply enter
“900” and "SEND." Then press "SEND" again at
the beep type prompt.
5.7 MA NUA L P A G E R T UR N-OF F
Press the DOWN ARROW BUTTON four
times. The words “PGR OFF” will appear on the
LCD screen. Press the LARGE GRAY BUTTON
once to confirm. NOTE: If you have chosen to
order the Pagers with the on/off button disabled, then Pagers can only be turned off from
the Transmitter.
5.8 P A G E R T UR N-OF F F R OM B A S E
Enter the pager number followed by the
“SEND” key.
Press “ENTER” to bypass “BEEP TYPE”
screen. When screen reads “ENTER MESSAGE,” enter the message code “(0091)(0)” followed by “SEND.” NOTE: In order for the code to
work, the parentheses must be entered.
Since all Pagers respond to call number
“900,” paging “900” with the message code
“(0091)(0)” will turn all Pagers off.
5.9 P OWE R C HE C K ING
When the battery level is low, a low-battery
symbol will appear at the bottom of the Pager
screen.
5.10 L IG HT ING F UNC T ION
Pressing the UP ARROW BUTTON for two
seconds will turn on the backlight on the LCD
screen. The light will shut off automatically after
approximately 10 seconds, or the user may turn
the light off manually by pressing the UP ARROW BUTTON once.
5.11 C A UT ION
a)
b)
c)
The Pager is made up of LCD and
precision elements. Avoid water and
high temperature.
Remove the battery if the Pager will not
be in use for a long period of time.
If the Pager is not working properly, do
not dismantle or repair it yourself. Call
SenSource for technical service.
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