M.C.R 7000 MULTI CHANNEL RECEIVER
The M.C.R can receive up to 999 transmitters each with 4 levels of call
Once a call has entered the M.C.R it can only be cancelled from the transmitter from where the call originated.
Power is applied via a standard 13 AMP 240v mains outlet,With backup supply being obtained from an internal rechargable lead acid battery which will give up to eight hours use.Also for retension of the ram contents and the internal clock chip, a P.C.B mounted rechargable battery which is trickle charged from either of the two main power sources ie.MAINS/LEAD ACID BATTERY. This battery will continue to operate the internal clock and retain ram contents for up to 3 months
Four 7 segment L.E.D displays are used for the priority call
(ie first call in system)
A forty character L.C.D display is used to display TIME,DATE and the next four calls in the system and also for instructions when entering information into the M.C.R
An alfanumeric paging system can be added to the M.C.R when a call enters the M.C.R the top five calls will be paged also messages can be sent to individual pagers (ie PHONE CALL)
A Dot Matrix printer can be added to the M.C.R this will enable a hard copy of the DATE,TIME the call entered the M.C.R or was cancelled from the M.C.R
At one minute intervals the M.C.R will monitor its mains power supply and radio receiver modules , if a failure occurs this will be displayed on the L.C.D and in addition on a mains failure an audible tone will be heard every minute. If at any time a software (CRASH!) occurs an internal WATCHDOG timer will automatically reset the M.C.R
When entering information from the keyboard the M.C.R will wait a maximum of ten seconds on each key entry if no action is taken within this time period the M.C.R will automatically step on to the next option.
Mimic panels can be added to the M.C.R this display will duplicate the information displayed on the main L.E.D display of the M.C.R receiver. Mimic panels need to be connected to the M.C.R receiver by four core alarm cable they also need a mains power point.
RADIO MIMIC PANELS (NHS 7000)
Mimic panels can be used in conjuction with the M.C.R this display will
duplicate the information displayed on the main L.E.D display of the M.C.R
receiver. All Mimic panels also include repeaters so any code received will
be re-transmitted to any other receivers on the system eg. the main M.C.R or another mimic.
A repeater unit is included with every M.C.R, repeaters can be used to
re-transmitt any code which is received by the M.C.R unit,repeaters are normally used in conjuction with mimic panels, any call received by the main M.C.R
receiver will re-transmitted therefore increasing the systems range. All Mimic panels also include repeaters so the M.C.R can also receive calls from any
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