Search
Filters
The Spok MAXPage is a stand-alone desktop paging transmitter with the capacity to store up to 1000 pagers in its database. The paging system uses the POCSAG protocol (2-Tone Voice is optional), operates in the UHF frequency band and can send alpha, numeric, and tone messages.
Manufacturer: Spok
*
$1,194.00

MAXPage Features

  • *  1000 Pager Capacity with Capability for 20 Groups
  • *  Alphanumeric, Numeric, Tone, and Voice Paging
  • *  UHF Frequency Band
  • *  Internal 2 or 4 Watt Transmitter for up to 1 Mile Range
  • *  2 Line x 16 Character Backlit LCD Display
  • *  Numeric Keypad with 19 Backlit Silicon Keys
  • *  4 Tri-Mode User Defined Function Keys
  • *  200 Chars/Message (Keypad/Keyboard)
  • *  POCSAG/2-Tone Voice Coding Format
  • *  Paging Inputs from Keypad and Alarms
  • *  Optional Inputs from Keyboard, Windows® software, RS232 and Telephone Interfaces

The unit has a durable injection molded housing for extended product life, and incorporates a powerful 4 Watt internal transmitter, meaning it can provide coverage for small to medium sized paging sites. The MAXPage capabilities can be enhanced with a wide range of optional features that include an external computer keyboard, a telephone paging interface, and an RS232 serial interface for TAP, Scope, and COMP paging control protocols.

Keypad and LCD Interface
Each pager entry in the MAXPage database holds the ID number of the pager, the format of the paging message (Alpha/Numeric/Tone only) and the cap code of the pager. The MAXPage’s backlit keypad and LCD allow you to type and send free-form numeric messages directly from the terminal as well as from stored alphanumeric messages using the four onboard function keys. The tri-mode function keys allow users to quickly send preset messages at the touch of a button. They can be used with two other buttons on the keypad allowing three messages to be stored for each of the four function buttons.

Alarm Inputs
The MAXPage transmitter 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 frame, a repeat message can be sent to the same pager/group or to an alternative pager/group. This simple yet powerful feature provides a low cost alarm monitoring solution that can be used in a variety of applications.


For more information, check the listings under the "Documents" tab.

MAXPage Features

  • *  1000 Pager Capacity with Capability for 20 Groups
  • *  Alphanumeric, Numeric, Tone, and Voice Paging
  • *  UHF Frequency Band
  • *  Internal 2 or 4 Watt Transmitter for up to 1 Mile Range
  • *  2 Line x 16 Character Backlit LCD Display
  • *  Numeric Keypad with 19 Backlit Silicon Keys
  • *  4 Tri-Mode User Defined Function Keys
  • *  200 Chars/Message (Keypad/Keyboard)
  • *  POCSAG/2-Tone Voice Coding Format
  • *  Paging Inputs from Keypad and Alarms
  • *  Optional Inputs from Keyboard, Windows® software, RS232 and Telephone Interfaces

The unit has a durable injection molded housing for extended product life, and incorporates a powerful 4 Watt internal transmitter, meaning it can provide coverage for small to medium sized paging sites. The MAXPage capabilities can be enhanced with a wide range of optional features that include an external computer keyboard, a telephone paging interface, and an RS232 serial interface for TAP, Scope, and COMP paging control protocols.

Keypad and LCD Interface
Each pager entry in the MAXPage database holds the ID number of the pager, the format of the paging message (Alpha/Numeric/Tone only) and the cap code of the pager. The MAXPage’s backlit keypad and LCD allow you to type and send free-form numeric messages directly from the terminal as well as from stored alphanumeric messages using the four onboard function keys. The tri-mode function keys allow users to quickly send preset messages at the touch of a button. They can be used with two other buttons on the keypad allowing three messages to be stored for each of the four function buttons.

Alarm Inputs
The MAXPage transmitter 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 frame, a repeat message can be sent to the same pager/group or to an alternative pager/group. This simple yet powerful feature provides a low cost alarm monitoring solution that can be used in a variety of applications.


For more information, check the listings under the "Documents" tab.

<—-Tony added Tawk.to Script-->