The Alpha Elegant Dual Pager Programmer is a package consisting of a programming fixture, a DB9 serial cable, a 5 VDC 1A power adapter and programming software. All Unication alphanumeric pagers use the same programming fixture, so it is compatible with Alpha Elegant, Alpha Legend Plus, Alpha Legend Dual, and Alpha Elite pagers. The POCSAG based programming software is used with all of these pagers with the exception of the Alpha Elite FLEX pager.
The Alpha Elegant Pager Programmer consists of a programming fixture, a 5 VDC 1A power adapter, a DB9 serial cable, and programming software. The programming fixture or nest is compatible with all Unication alphanumeric pagers and can also be used to program Alpha Elegant Dual, Alpha Legend Dual, Alpha Legend Plus, and Alpha Elite pagers. The programming software, too, is common to the Alphanumeric line of pagers and can be used to program all but the Alpha Elite pager that has its own programming package.
The Alpha Elite Pager Programmer includes a programming fixture, a power adapter rated at 5 VDC and 1A, a DB9 serial cable, and programming software. The fixture is common for all of Unication’s alphanumeric pagers, so along with programming the Alpha Elite pager, the fixture can also be used when programming Alpha Elegant, Alpha Elegant Dual, Alpha Legend Dual, and Alpha Legend Plus pagers. The Alpha Elite programming software is a standalone package for programming the FLEX protocol and will not program any of the other POCSAG type alphanumeric pagers from Unication.
The Alpha Legend Dual Pager Programmer includes a programming nest or fixture, a DB9 serial cable, a 5 VDC 1A power adapter, and programming software. The programming fixture is used as a common part for all Unication alphanumeric pager programmers, so it is compatible with Alpha Elegant, Alpha Elegant Dual, Alpha Legend Plus, and Alpha Elite pagers as well. The programming software for the Alpha Legend Dual was developed for all Unication alphanumeric pagers using the POCSAG coding format, so it can be used interchangeably with the previously listed pagers except the Alpha Elite FLEX pager.
The Alphanumeric Pager Nylon Carrying Case is a soft but durable alternative to the alphanumeric holster that comes standard with every pager. The excellent abrasion resistance of the synthetic nylon material makes it an attractive accessory to any of the alphanumeric pagers while providing a high degree of protection during every day use. The nylon case has a top flap that when attached to the front of the case by a Velcro strip holds the pager securely in place. Detaching the Velcro allows the user to easily remove the pager from the case and view incoming or existing messages. A rear flap is designed to fit over a belt and be held in place by snapping together a pair of metal fasteners. The black nylon case comes in one size and is fully compatible with the complete line of Alphanumeric pagers.
The Gearstar Pager Battery Charger is a standalone unit that can recharge up to 10 Gearstar Pagers stacked on top of each other with the Battery Charger at the bottom of the stack. A Gearstar Pager’s rechargeable battery can only be charged while in a Gearstar Pager. To begin charging, a 5 VDC 1.2A wall adapter is connected to the Battery Charger and an external AC power source. The Charger’s power LED should light. The first Gearstar Pager can then be placed on the Charger by lining up the charging contacts and lightly pushing the pager down into position. Additional Gearstar Pagers can be stacked on top of each other. The power LED of each pager will light if the pager is stacked correctly and will remain on during the charging cycle. When fully charged, the pager’s power LED will turn off. The Gearstar Battery Charger will not damage the batteries by overcharging.
The NP88 Pager Programmer includes a 4-pin programming fixture, a DB9 serial cable, a 5 VDC 1A power adapter, and separate programming software for FLEX or POCSAG versions of the NP88 Pager. The programming fixture and software can only be used to program the NP88 Pager and are not compatible with any other Unication pagers.
The Rechargeable Battery Pack for the UniMax Alert and Ring Tone Amplifier is an optional backup power source, or the main power source if the UniMax Amplifier is to be used in a mobile situation. Consisting of three “AA” NiMH (Nickel Metal Hydride) rechargeable batteries, the Battery Pack takes approximately 10 hours to charge from a completely discharged condition to a fully charged state.
The USAlert Rechargeable Batteries for the WatchDog Pager are included with each WatchDog Pager as the primary power source, but as with any battery type, they eventually do wear out and have reduced performance over time. Battery life may be affected after 12 - 18 months of use, so it is recommended that the batteries be replaced at regular intervals to maintain optimum pager performance. The WatchDog Pager uses three “AAA” sized NiMH (Nickel Metal Hydride) rechargeable batteries, each rated at 1100 mA/hr. The NiMH rechargeable battery type is the preferred power source for small electronic devices that are used frequently and require high power. Replacement batteries are typically shipped in packs of three. Some alternate rechargeable batteries or batteries with a lower capacity rating have been found to create pager performance issues, so replacing your batteries with 1100 mA/hr capacity batteries is recommended.
The USAlert Rechargeable Batteries for the WatchDog LT Pager consist of three individual “AAA” NiMH (Nickel Metal Hydride) cells and come standard with each WatchDog LT Pager. A rechargeable NiMH battery type is preferred for small electronic devices that require strong power and are used frequently. Although the NiMH batteries are rechargeable, their useful life decreases gradually over time. Battery performance may be reduced after 12-18 months of use, so replacing the batteries at regular intervals is strongly recommended. The WatchDog LT Rechargeable Batteries are rated at 1100 mA/hr and are typically shipped in packs of three. Lower capacity batteries or batteries of lesser quality have been found to create performance issues in the WatchDog LT Pager. Replacing the Rechargeable Batteries with new batteries of the same 1100 mA/hr capacity ensures continued pager operation at peak efficiency.