The USAlert WatchDog LT Pager Battery Charger is built to recharge both a WatchDog LT Pager and a spare set of three NiMH (Nickel Metal Hydride) batteries, either separately or together. The LT Battery Charger is both a rapid charger and a smart charger, being able to detect voltage levels and adjust the charging rate accordingly. Rapid charging from a completely discharged state should take about 3-4 hours. A typical recharge time for moderately discharged batteries is about 2 hours. If the WatchDog LT Pager remains in service and is powered on while charging, the recharge time will be slightly longer due to current being drawn by the pager. USAlert WatchDog and WatchDog LT Pagers are both compatible with the LT Battery Charger.
The USAlert WatchDog LT Pager Charger with Antenna is meant to be used when the WatchDog LT Pager is recharging, is turned on, and the paging system signal strength may not be quite enough to alert the pager. Adding a local Antenna Assembly to the WatchDog LT Charger will improve the signal reception and should resolve the issue. The WatchDog LT Charger with Antenna is a standard WatchDog LT Charger with additional circuitry for routing the improved paging signal to the pager and a mounted BNC connector for attaching the Antenna and Antenna Cable to the Charger. Both USAlert WatchDog and WatchDog LT Pagers can be used interchangeably in the LT Charger with Antenna.
The USAlert WatchDog LT Pager Programmer includes a programming fixture, a serial cable, a USB cable, a USB-to-Serial Adapter, driver software for the USB-to-Serial Adapter, and WatchDog LT programming software. The LT Programmer hardware can be used interchangeably with both WatchDog LT and USAlert WatchDog Pagers. LT Programmer software is compatible with later versions of the WatchDog Pager, but earlier versions of the WatchDog Pager must be programmed with a different software version.
The USAlert WatchDog LT Pager Back Cover is a durable piece of black polycarbonate material that makes up the back side of the WatchDog LT housing. Back Covers are replaceable, so pagers need not be returned for repair. When assembling the WatchDog LT housing, the Back Cover slides into place from the bottom of the pager and is held in place with a metal screw. Two other parts of the housing attach to the Back Cover, the WatchDog LT Battery Cover and the WatchDog LT Belt Clip. These two parts are also replaceable.
The USAlert WatchDog LT Pager Battery Cover is a rugged black polycarbonate section of the WatchDog LT housing. Designed to hold the LT batteries in place and protect the battery compartment, the Battery Cover uses a metal fastening screw to attach to the back of the pager. Damage may sometimes occur to the Battery Cover by over-fastening the metal screw or by operational mishaps in extreme working conditions. Individual Battery Covers can be ordered and damaged units replaced without shipping the entire pager back for repair. The USAlert WatchDog LT Pager Battery Cover and the WatchDog Pager Battery Cover are the same size and are interchangeable.
The USAlert WatchDog Pager Nylon Carrying Case is a durable and attractive option for wearing the WatchDog or WatchDog LT Voice Pagers. The Nylon Carrying Case has a flexible top flap that protects and covers the pager. This flap attaches to the front of the carrying case with a Velcro strip and holds the pager securely in place. Once a message is received, the Velcro connection can be easily detached and the pager removed from the case. Messages can also be heard without removing the pager from the case as it has an array of front side holes near the pager’s speaker to allow loud and clear audio to pass. A nylon rear flap is designed to be looped over a belt and snapped into place with its pair of metal fasteners.
The USAlert WatchDog Pager Programmer consists of a programming fixture, a serial cable, a USB cable, a USB-to-Serial Adapter, driver software for the USB-to-Serial Adapter, and WatchDog programming software. There are currently two versions of the programming software, one for older WatchDog Pager firmware versions and one for newer versions of the WatchDog Pager firmware. A WatchDog Pager with version 5.16 firmware and later uses the latest WatchDog Pager Programmer software. The USAlert WatchDog LT Pager also uses the same programming hardware and the latest Programmer software.
The USAlert WatchDog Pager Back Cover is a replaceable part of the WatchDog Pager housing. Made of the same durable black polycarbonate material as the housing, the Back Cover can be shipped individually if damage has occurred to the original unit. Returning the entire pager for repair is not necessary.
The USAlert WatchDog Pager Battery Cover is a standard part of the WatchDog housing and holds the batteries in place while also providing protection for the battery compartment. Individual covers can be ordered separately if damage occurs to the original part. The black polycarbonate cover is attached to the back of the WatchDog housing with a metal screw, but over-fastening the screw or excessive wear and tear to that part of the housing may at times damage the plastic. Since the Battery Cover can be easily removed and replaced, shipping the entire pager back for repair is not necessary. Both USAlert WatchDog and WatchDog LT pagers use the same interchangeable Battery Cover.
The WiPath LED Sign Programmer consists of a serial cable, a networking cable, a serial-to-network adapter, LED Sign programming software and LED Sign Pager Interface programming software. Initial setup of the LED Sign Programmer involves connecting the network cable to the LED Sign being programmed and to the serial-to-network adapter. The serial cable is also connected to the serial-to-network adapter and an available COM port on the computer. Apply power to the LED Sign. Install, run and configure the WiPath sign programming software named “LEDConfig”.