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Wireless Panic button HB brand Wireless Alarm accessory

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  • Model: HB-A380
  • Shipping Weight: 0.3kgs
  • Units in Stock : 999
  • Manufactured by: HB solar beams


Emergency Panic button wireless HB alarm accessory HB-A380
Product features:
1. Support long-time use, suitable for various environment
2. Adopt wireless signal transmission technology, no external cord line needed
3. Adopt 434.6MHz FSK frequency, which makes it more reliable in communication.
Technical parameter:
1. battery voltage: DC 3V (button cell No. CR2450
2. Static current: 0
3. Working currency: 60mA
4. Working frequency: 434.6MHz
5. Wireless transmitting distance: >300m in open area
6. Working temperature: -10C ~+55C
7. Product size: 59*59*23mm

How to use panic button:
1. enroll it to the alarm host unit. After host unit set into coding status (details refer to user manual of alarm host unit), press red panic button for seconds, if it is ready, LED indicator flickers. After host unit given one reminder beep, it means the button is enrolled succcessfully. Then set defense zone type.
2. trigger: a)when panic button in emergency defense zone, no matter arm or disarm, press panic button, it will sight alarms instantly.
b)When panic button in other defense zone type, press this button, it will not trigger alarm unless its defense zone was armed.
3. Delete code: Operate at host unit for delete code.

FCC statement:
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC rules.