When receiver detects tripped site, it sounds programmable voice messages to alert which transmitter activated.
July 31, 2013 – Have problems distinguishing between an activated front and rear doorbell? Need to know when an exit door has been opened? STI’s new 4-Channel Voice Receiver (STI-V34104) sounds tones/tunes or voice messages when alerted.
When a monitored site is tripped, the receiver sounds a tone/tune or a prerecorded programmable voice message. With ten tones/tunes and 53 selectable words (available in English or Spanish), create a custom message by selecting up to four words (i.e. Emergency Exit Side Door, Medicine Cabinet Door Open, Mailbox Alert, Cliente Sevicio Alerta, etc.).
The STI-V34104 can monitor up to four STI transmitters. Supervised for low battery and connection, it has a 1000 foot range (line of sight). Four LED zone indicators each have the selection of latching or momentary. Also offers easy voice prompts for programming. Includes 12 Volt DC power supply and can be mounted on a wall or sit on a table with included stand.
Sensors/transmitters can monitor devices such as: front/side/back doors, gates, windows, driveways, mailboxes, cabinets, extinguishers, sheds, garages, decks, patios, halls, barns, medicine/gun/liquor cabinets, push buttons, etc.
To order or for more sales information on the STI 4-Channel Voice Receiver (STI-V34104) or the entire Stopper® Line, call 800-888-4784, fax 248-673-1246, email email@example.com or visit www.sti-usa.com. STI’s address is:2306 Airport Road,Waterford,MI48327-1209.