MAXpage is a standalone desktop paging system with the capacity to store up to 1,000 contacts. Its large back-lit keypad and LCD allows you to send free-form numeric messages directly from the keypad as well as pre-programmed alphanumeric messages using the four on-board function keys.
For those companies that require alphanumeric paging, MAXPage has a keyboard port. To send alphanumeric messages or configure the MAXPage terminal, simply plug in the optional MAXPage keyboard.
Maxpage has an inbuilt 5 Watt transmitter available in VHF or UHF to give you up to a 2km (1mile) in range. The frequency and power levels of the built-in transmitter can also be adjusted using the keypad menu.
MAXPage can be connected to a telephone port or PABX so that anyone can dial in and send messages remotely. Callers are greeted by a series of voice prompts that guide the caller through the simple message dispatch process.
An onboard RS232 serial port can be used to receive and relay messages from any device that sends messages in TAP, ESPA, Visiplex, COMP, Scope or TEKK format. MAXPage seamlessly transmits these messages as they arrive. MAXPage can also be operated using a Windows front end application which also operates via the serial port.
MAXPage contains four dry contact alarm inputs. Once an alarm is activated, a predefined alphanumeric message is sent to a pager or group of pagers. If the alarm is not reset within a predetermined time, the alarm message can be escalated to another pager or group.