Universal transmitter with 2 NO or NC...
Universal transmitter with 2 NO or NC inputs. Includes 3.6V battery. Transmit and tamper LEDs. Supervised. Programmable with or without restoration.
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The MCT-100 is a fully supervised two input wireless transmitter designed for electronic security applications. Both inputs can be put in a normally closed loop (NC), or with an end of line (EOL) resistor in which NC and NO sensors can be used
The MCT-100 is a fully supervised two input wireless transmitter designed for electronic security applications. Both inputs can be put in a normally closed loop (NC), or with an end-of-line (EOL) resistor in which NC and NO sensors can be used. A micro-switch on the board allows the installer to disable input No. 1 (IN1) in applications where you only need one input.
Each input has an individual 24-bit PowerCode that identifies it to the target receiver as two different transmitters. Each code is randomly selected at the factory from 16 million possible combinations.
Upon detection, the MCT-100 activates the on-board transmitter, which transmits its specific PowerCode code followed by an alarm signal and various tamper and low battery status signals. The alarm and the rest of the data are forwarded to the alarm center or to the computer, depending on the system in which the detector is used.
Since messages transmitted by the MCT-100 can collide with messages transmitted by other PowerCode transmitters, an intelligent anti-collision sequence is used.
The MCT-100 is protected by a tamper contact, which is activated by removing the cover. Once the tamper contacts are open, a message will be transmitted from input 1, with the "tamper" mark ON. If the installer disables input 1, then the tamper condition will be transmitted by input 2.
Every 60 minutes, a supervision message, distinguished by a specific mark, is automatically transmitted from input 1 (if enabled) or from input 2 (if input 1 is disabled). In this way, the receiver is informed, at regular intervals, of the presence of MCT-100 in the system.
An indicator LED illuminates during alarm or tamper transmission. The LED does not light when supervisory messages are sent.
The power is obtained from a 3.6 V lithium battery (Lithium Thionyl-Chloride). A flat battery will cause a "low battery" mark to be added to any transmitted message.