The MCT-241 is a microprocessor...
The MCT-241 is a microprocessor controlled miniature PowerCode personal UHF transmitter. It is designed to transmit the coded alert signal in distress or other emergency situations.
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The MCT-241 is a microprocessor controlled miniature PowerCode personal UHF transmitter. It is designed to transmit the coded alert signal in distress or other emergency situations. The transmitter is waterproof and convenient to use in a shower.
The transmitter is activated by pressing the oval button located in the center of the unit. A built-in timer sets the transmission time to 3 seconds, even if the user keeps the transmit button pressed for longer or shorter than the set time.
When triggered, the transmitter sends a unique 24-bit digital alarm code, randomly selected, and programmed at the factory. This code is selected from 16 million possible codes and is therefore unique and virtually impossible to reproduce.
The operating power is obtained from an internal 3V lithium battery. A red LED lights constantly during transmission, assuring and indicating to the user that the battery condition is good. If the LED blinks each time the transmitter is activated, it indicates that the battery voltage is low and should be replaced as soon as possible.
The transmitter case is sealed (without screws) to allow for the waterproof feature. Therefore, battery replacement can only be done at the factory.
If the transmitter is activated when the battery voltage is low, a low battery alarm code is transmitted '. If the transmitter is not activated for a long period, the battery will self-test every 12 hours. After three consecutive "low battery" states, a "low battery" supervisory alarm code is transmitted.