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The MCT-241 is a PowerCodeTM miniature, microprocessor- controlled personal UHF transmitter. It is designed to transmit coded alert signal in distress or in other emergency situations. The transmitter is waterproof and suitable for wearing in a shower.
The transmitter is activated by depressing the recessed oval pushbutton at the center of the unit (see Fig. 1). A built-in timer determines the transmission time to 3 seconds, even if the user maintains the transmission button depressed shorter or longer than that.
When triggered, the transmitter transmits a unique, factory programmed, randomly selected 24-bit digital alarm code. This code is selected from 16 million possible codes and is therefore
Figure 1 - Using the MCT-241
unique and virtually impossible to reproduce.
* An alarm system with PowerCodeTM receiver or interface (like
POWERMAX, MCR-308, EXP-1600W, etc.), in which the RFR-4
Operating power is obtained from an internal 3V Lithium battery.
A red LED (see Fig. 1) lights steadily during the transmission,
giving reassurance to the user and indicating that the battery condition is good. If the LED flashes each time the transmitter is activated, it indicates that the battery voltage is low and must be replaced as soon as possible.
The transmitter case is sealed (no screws) to enable the waterproof feature. Therefore, battery replacement can only be done in the factory.
Figure 2 - MCT-241 with Neck Cord
If the transmitter is activated while the battery voltage is low, a ‘low battery’ alarm code is transmitted. If the transmitter is not activated for a long period, the battery is self-tested every 12 hours. After three consecutive “low battery” states, a supervisory ‘low battery’ alarm code is transmitted.
The transmitter is supplied with two wearing accessories, a neck cord (to be worn around the neck - see figure 2) and a clip (to be attached to the user belt or shirt pocket - see figure 3).
The neck cord includes a built-in safety release mechanism. This neck cord must never be replaced with a cord that does not include a safety release.
Figure 3 - Clip Attachment
315, 433.92, 868.95, 869.2625 or other
C. Battery self-test and reporting
- every 12 hours and if 3
frequency according to the requirement in the country of use.
consecutive “low battery” states are detected, a “low
± 120 kHz
0°¡ to 50°C (32°F to 122°¡F)
Dimensions (H x W x D):
Transmitter Output Power:
: 73 x 41 x 30 mm (2-7/8 x 1-5/8 x 1-3/16 in.)
A.S.K (on-off keying)
: 67 x 41 x 21 mm (2-5/8 x 1-5/8 x 13/16 in.)
Factory programmed, 24-bit digital word
35 g (with clip), 30 g (without clip)
3 seconds (even if the user keeps the
transmission button depressed shorter or longer than that)
Compliance with Standards:
ETS 300 683, EN300220,
3 V CR-2 type Lithium battery
Battery Life Expectancy:
Up to 7 years, based on one
This device complies with the essential requirements and
provisions of Directive 1999/5/EC of the European Parliament and
Battery Condition Indication and Reporting:
of the Council of 9 March 1999 on radio and telecommunications
A. Good battery
- the LED lights steadily upon
- when transmission button is pressed, “low
battery” alarm code is transmitted and the LED flashes.
3. MISCELLANEOUS COMMENTS
3.1 Product Limitations
• 868.95 MHz (wide band)
is allowed in all EU member states
Our wireless systems are very reliable and are tested to high
• 869.2625 MHz (narrow band)
is not restricted in any EU
standards. However, due to their low transmitting power (required
by FCC, DTI and other regulating authorities) there are some limitations to be considered:
3.3 Battery Replacement/Handling
Receivers may be blocked by radio signals occurring on or
The internal Lithium battery replacement can be done only in the
near their operating frequencies, regardless of the code
Since the product has a Lithium battery, please observe the
A receiver can only respond to one transmitted signal at a time.
Wireless equipment should be tested regularly (at least once
• Do not dispose of batteries in fires.
a week) to determine if there are sources of interference and
Changes or modifications to this unit not expressly
approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user's authority to operate the equipment.
3.2 Frequency Allocations for Wireless
Devices in European (EU) Countries
• Do not expose to temperatures in excess of 60°C
• 433.92 MHz
has no restriction in any EU member state.
• 315 MHz
is not allowed in any EU member state
FAGOR ELECTRONICA S.COOP. cannot be made responsible for errors or
The manufacturer does not assume any responsibility for death, physical damage
omissions which could appear in this manual, and reserves the right to change the
or material damage or any other lost, may they be direct, indirect or by incidence
described specifications of hardware and software at any time and without
or by any other kind, based on the affirmation that the product was not working
Reproduction of this manual, total or partial, is prohibited, as well as translation or
storage in consultation systems, unless a previous written authorization has been
obtained from FAGOR ELECTRONICA S.COOP.
Fagor Electrónica, S.Coop.
Mondragón (Guipúzcoa) Spain Tel: + 34 943 71 25 26 Fax: + 34 943 71 28 93
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