NESS SCR-TWR TWO WAY RADIO TRANSCEIVER

Part Number : 106-304

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Ness Two Way Radio Transceiver
Ness Corporation 106-304 NESS SCR-TWR TWO WAY RADIO TRANSCEIVER

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"TWO WAY RADIO TRANSCEIVER"

The Ness SCR-TWR Two Way Radio Standalone Transceiver/Receiver is a unique high performance radio receiver designed to operate with Ness TWO WAY RADIO proprietary devices including Ness TWR Radio Keys, TWR Radio PIRs, TWR Radio Reed switches, TWR Radio Smoke Detectors amongst others.

The SCR-TWR is ideal for connecting to alarm panels which do not provide a wireless facility and can be used for connecting wireless devices for zone alarms, Panic buttons or Radio Keys for Arming and Disarming the Panel. The Inhibit input gives the receiver the unique ability to identify the Armed/Disarmed status of an alarm panel. When used with a Ness TWR radio key it allows the receiver to always correctly Arm or Disarm the Panel. 

The SCR-TWR is also ideally suited for applications that require a remotely switched relay output for low voltage switching applications e.g. garage door opening.The Relay output can be selected to be Pulsing or Latched for alarm signals or a Pulsing output for Panic/Tamper, Aux or Low Batt signals. 

Supports up to twenty individual  Ness TWR devices.

 

• True two-way signal acknowledgement
• 902-928 MHz frequency-hopping spread spectrum defends against interference, hacking and jamming
• Receives Two Way Radio ARM / Disarm / PANIC / AUX /  Low Batt signals from all Ness TWR devices
• Two Way signals provide positive feedback of the relay state
• Supports up to 20 Ness TWR devices
• Easy programming and operation
• 1 x Relay output with selectable Pulse, Toggle & Latch modes
• 4 x Open Collector outputs for Panic/Tamper, On/Alarm, Aux, Low Battery
• Signal Strength indicator (with Hold mode)


 


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