HT40 – Series 2-Wire Loop
These attractive handsets easily surface mount right on the wall or over a single gang flush electrical back box (or plaster ring). Handsets can be changed to desk mount with the addition of a model;TZ1003 series desk adapter.
All HT40 series QwikBUS handsets feature textured finish (to minimize scratches and fingerprints), electronic tone signalling, heavy duty replaceable coiled cord and (3) three momentary button switches. These switches can be used for door release, or other signalling functions, depending upon system configuration, as well as LED indication/programming.
- Crystal Clear Enhanced Half-Duplex Voice Operation
- Easy Installation – Only 2 Common (loop) Wires Required
- Eavesdrop Privacy
- Clear Voice Fidelity using Electret Condenser Microphones
- Rugged and Reliable / Simple to Operate
- Mounts Surface or Desk (with optional TZ1003 series adapter)
- HT40 available in White or Anthracite (Charcoal) colour
|Dimensions:||All HT40 series handsets are 3.35″W (86mm) x 7.35″H (187mm) x 1.85″D (47mm). All dimensions shown are for the surface wall type handset, less the coiled cord.|
|Microphone:||Electret Condenser Type|
|Push Button:||(1) with Door Opener (KEY) symbol and (1) spare (Round Dot), and (1) LED|
ARCHITECTS’ AND ENGINEERS’ SPECIFICATIONS
The 2-Wire handset station(s) S.T.R. QwikBUS HT40 (in White or Anthracite) colour. Handset(s) shall be mounted (surface or desktop with optional adapter). Handset(s) shall feature electret condenser microphone for exceptional voice fidelity, and enhanced half-duplex voice. Handsets that include carbon transmitter or other lesser voice technologies shall not be acceptable. Handset shall have a textured finish and heavy duty coil cord. Handset shall include a door release (KEY SYMBOL) button, auxiliary (ROUND DOT) push button and LED/programming pushbutton. Push buttons shall be clearly visible and shall be marked in a different colour. Handset(s) shall include a built-in electronic call tone signal. Handset(s) shall require only two (2) common (loop) wires for system operation.
Contractor shall observe all local and national electrical and building codes.