FSK to showcase new range

February 2003 IT infrastructure

FSK Electronics (SA) will be showcasing a new range of products at Securex, including a new small, compact and synthesised 7-input radio. The user can program radio frequency, user code, input definition, auto test intervals and low battery parameters. This transmitter is available in 5 or 15 W, with a compatible built-in antenna or exterior dipole.

The new FSK base station includes the feature of being programmed to be either a base or repeater, it has a built-in power supply and battery, an internal LCD display, stores 250 messages, has facilities for an external battery back-up, as well as an internal and external buzzer.

The base station also has an internal keypad which enables the user to program the following features - code block selection, repeater number selection, repeater characteristic selection, printer options, buzzer options, RS232 protocol options, audit test and self-diagnostic interval selection.

In addition, the company will be holding a daily lucky draw from business cards received on the stand.





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