Desktop station for receiving alarm reports

The DE10 desktop decoder receives alarms from TSLP handheld devices provided to lone workers, and alerts with an optical/acoustic signal to the call for action.

It is available in two variants:

  • DE10LP – 10-code decoder without built-in radio receiver
  • DE10RXLP – 10-code decoder with built-in radio receiver

When in alarm, the transmitter emits a radio signal that is instantly received by the decoder: the device emits a loud beep audible even in noisy environments and indicates the code associated with the worker who requested assistance. The latter is also identified by the LED on the front panel of the transmitter.

To silence the alarm, the operator presses the “reset” button on the back of the cabinet.

An external device (e.g., telephone dialer, additional siren) can be connected to the desktop decoder for additional signaling. The output contact is activated when the transmitter sends the alarm signal.
If you want to receive different alarms for each transmitter, you can adopt the IE10 accessory device that provides a matching output contact for each transmitter.

Features and Advantages:
  • Closed system with independent signaling from other systems
  • No operating costs
  • Ease of use
  • High-intensity acoustic alarm
  • No. 1 additional output contact for alarm peripherals
  • 433Mhz radio frequency band
Technical characteristics:
Capacity No. 10 Transmitters
Power supply : 12Vdc (with 220Vac/12Vdc wall adapter)
Power consumption < 6 watts
Operating Frequency (DE10RXLP) 433.175 MHz
Sensitivity (DE10RXLP) -115 dBm
Operating temperature -20 +60 C°
Dimensions (WxHxD) mm 250 x 80 x 230 (excluding antenna)
Inner antenna length (DE10RXLP) 190 mm
Weight < 1.8 kg

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