The MP-413D1 radio adapter for interfacing with external life support systems is designed to work as part of various personnel call systems (hospital systems, personnel call systems for the disabled, etc.) and serves to send a call via a radio channel to a radio controller (with a built-in corridor lamp) from a touch mat connected to it or any other medical device.
The call is made by pressing the membrane key on the front panel of the radio button. On the front panel of the radio adapter there is an LED that provides an indication of sending a call and battery discharge. The call is duplicated by a backlight built into the button body and an audible signal.
The MP-413D1 radio adapter has a user-programmable code package (OOK modulation).
|Number of channels||1|
|Radio frequency, MHz||433|
|Signal output power, W||0,1|
|The duration of the battery life, months. (average)||4|
|Battery voltage, V||12 (1 element 23A 12V)|
|System number range||from 1 to 32|
|The range of rooms of the chamber (premises)||from 1 to 32|
|Radio Adapter number range||from 1 to 32|
|Operating temperature, °C at a humidity of not more than 80% at normal atmospheric pressure||from +5 to +45|
|Service life, not less than||5 years old|