|Multiple detection||Equipped with four separate triggers|
|Customizable signal||Choose an individual alert for each trigger|
|Adjustable radio key||Allows for multiple systems in one area|
|Reliable transmission||Uses a highly robust radio link|
|Long lasting power||Lasts up to 3 years on a standard battery|
The Visit system consists of a number of radio transmitters and receivers. The transmitters detect different events in the surrounding area and transmit a radio signal to the receivers. The receivers pick up this signal and provide indications using light, sound and/or vibration.
The transmitter determines what type of light, sound or vibration should be displayed so that the reason for the indication is evident. Read through the entire user manual first and then start to install the system.
Unpacking, installing and testing the unit
- Open the Battery Cover (8). Connect the telephone flex to the telephone connector (6) and insert the adapter plug in the telephone socket. Fit one battery, either a 6LR61 alkaline or 6F22 lithium type battery, and close the battery cover.
- Press the Test Button (2). The Telephone Transmitter lights up the LED (1) to indicate that the unit is transmitting a radio signal. The Visit receivers will indicate the Telephone Transmitter.
- The Telephone Transmitter can be mounted on the wall either suspended on the wall mount bracket (9) on the screw supplied or using the self-adhesive Velcro tape. If the Velcro tape is used, the wall on which the transmitter is to be positioned can be cleaned using the enclosed wet wipe. The telephone transmitter can also be placed on a level surface, e.g. a table, but you should avoid placing it on the floor.
The Telephone Transmitter is a radio transmitter within the Visit System for indoor use, which recognises ring signals from an analogue telephone system via a plug, which is inserted into the telephone socket. In addition to using the telephone input, the telephone transmitter can also operate as a multifunction transmitter, either via a pushbutton or via 2 connectors for an external trigger.
All inputs can be detected separately and transmit different signal patterns to the receivers in the Bellman Visit system depending on which has activated the telephone transmitter. There is a range of options for connecting the telephone transmitter to various applications.
On delivery all Bellman Visit units are tuned to the same Radio Key. If you have a neighbour with a similar system, you can change to different Radio Keys so that you do not affect each other’s systems. All units in a system must have the same Radio Key.
If you use the Radio Key Switch (5) to change the Radio Key on this transmitter, you must also change all other units in your Bellman Visit System to the same Radio Key. Refer to the user manual for the relevant unit.
All Bellman Visit products within the same system must be tuned to the same Radio Key in order to operate as a group.
Indicators and Signals
When the LED (1) lights up, the Telephone Transmitter transmits radio signals.
When the Telephone Transmitter is activated, the LED (1) normally lights up green. This means that the battery is in good condition.
If the LED (1) lights up yellow, this means that the battery is flat and must be changed. Only use a 6LR61 (alkaline) or 6F22 (lithium) type battery.
Troubleshooting in brief
|Nothing happens when the transmitter is activated with the test button.||
|The LED (1) lights up yellow when the Telephone Transmitter is activated.||
|The LED (1) lights up green when the Telephone Transmitter is activated, but the receivers are not signalling.||
|The receiver signals when no transmitter is activated.||
- LED. Combined transmission and battery indicator. For further information see Indicators and Signals
- Test button/pushbutton
- Exterior external trigger
- Signal switch
- Radio key switch
- Analogue telephone connector
- Connection box for interior external trigger
- Battery cover
- Wall mount bracket
9 V 6LR61 alkaline
9 V 6F22 lithium
6LR61 alkaline: approximately 5 years
6F22 lithium: approximately 10 years
Active: 30 mA
Idle position: < 5 μA
Number of Radio Keys:
64 Radio Keys as standard. Special software can be used to increase these to 256 Radio Keys in increments of 64 per software purchase. Contact the nearest supplier for further information.
The normal coverage between a transmitter and receiver in the Bellman Visit 868 System is approximately 200 metres with a clear line of sight. Coverage is reduced if walls and large objects screen off the signals. Any thick walls constructed of reinforced concrete will greatly affect coverage. The system may also be affected by radio transmitters such as TV transmitters, computers, mobile phones, etc. This means that a unit may work perfectly in one part of the room but not at all in another.
For indoor use only
60 x 98 x 30 mm
With battery: 110 g
Without battery: 70 g
White with red pushbutton.
BE9024 Door Entering Contact Mat
BE9023 Magnetic Switch
Via test button
Via analogue telephone network: 26 – 120 V RMS, 15 – 100 Hz.
Exterior external trigger:
3.5 mm stereo (mono provides a connection) jack plug (3)
Between the inner and outer pins of the mono type 3.5 mm jack plug or between the middle/inner and outer pins of the stereo type 3.5 mm jack plug, see diagram.
2 to 30 V between the inner pin and middle pin on the stereo type 3.5 mm jack plug, see diagram.
3 to 24 V RMS 5 -150 Hz between the inner pin and middle pin on the stereo type 3.5 mm jack plug, see diagram.
Interior external trigger:
Screw connection block under the cover (7)
Between terminal 1 and 3 on the screw connection block, see diagram.
2 to 30 V between terminal 1 and 2 on the screw connection block, see diagram.
3 to 24 V RMS 5 -150 Hz between terminal 1 and 2 on the screw connection block, see diagram.