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Inovonics 1-Input Universal Transmitter


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Make Nearly Any NO/NC Sensor Wireless!

For use with any standard normally open or normally closed contact or sensor, this universal transmitter is fully supervised and includes case tamper and battery.

These versatile transmitters are based on Inovonics EchoStream technology, providing superior range and reliability, making them perfect for commercial or domestic installations. In addition to conventional door contacts, consider using Inovonics universal transmitters with shock sensors, holdup buttons, pressure mats, temperature sensors, status relays, photo electronic beams or other binary output devices. These universal transmitters are fully supervised, and include a battery that provides up to five years of operation and a mounting bracket for quick and easy installation.

Inovonics Wireless: Developed For Commercial Applications

The Inovonics Commercial Mesh Network has been specifically developed for commercial applications to provide the most cost-effective solution for a wide range of applications, while setting new standards for performance and reliability in a wireless sensor network.

Reliability: Inovonics EchoStream 900MHz radio utilizes a unique frequency hopping, spread spectrum technology to meet the demands of an increasingly cluttered wireless world.

Flexibility: The flexibility of wireless is a necessity in today's dynamic commercial environments. The self-configuring EchoStream Commercial Mesh Network allows you to adapt to changing floor plans and requirements in a matter of minutes. New sensors can be added to the network as fast as they can be mounted.

Scalability: The EchoStream Commercial Mesh Network's backbone of intelligent repeaters can extend coverage to thousands of sensors across entire commercial campuses.