Other Uses for the Wireless Gate Alert Hose include
Monitor driveway activity
Monitor backyards & patios
Use at remote warehouses
Monitor retail customer traffic
Monitoring vacant farm property
Monitor tool sheds or garages
Ideal for wineries where a vehicle is driven onto the property but the owners are bust in the shed etc. Please note we also have available a mini pocket pager which will beep and or vibrate when a transmission is received so even if you are not in the main household or office, the mini pocket pager is an option worth considering.
1000m+ Wireless Range
4 zone monitoring
Weatherproof exterior case
1 year warranty ((9V battery not included)
4 x Doorbell tones
4 x Form "C" relay outputs
1 x 9V battery
The Pocket Receiver is a very small receiver that is compatible with any of our Gate Alert transmitters. The first thing you notice about the Pocket Recevier is its small size.
The receiver is only 6.35cm x 3.2cm x 1.9cm. The other thing you will notice is the LCD display. The Pocket Receiver is capable of receiving and storing alert signals from up to four zones. Each zone can store up to 400 events with a time and date stamp. In addition, each zone can store up to 999 total events without a time and date stamp. With the counter function you will now know when a monitor was activated.
The Pocket Receiver is also a very portable receiver. With the small size and rechargeable battery, you can take it everywhere you go. The rechargeable Li-Ion battery will hold a charge for up to 10 days. In addition to the LCD display the Pocket Receiver will also give an audible tone for each zone and/or vibrate alert for times when you need the receiver to be silent. The Pocket Receiver will be a perfect accessory for small or home based businesses trying to monitor customer traffic.
A business operator can be completely mobile yet will be notified if a customer approaches the monitored area. This will work well for businesses such as convenience stores, motels, nurseries, bed and breakfasts, cellar doors, orchards, wineries or any business that does not always have someone monitoring the front door.