The USAlert NP35 is a fully synthesized numeric pager with a top-mounted 12 digit display. The pager has all the features and performance of the USAlert NP40 numeric pager, the difference being a top-mounted versus a front-mounted display. The NP35 uses POCSAG coding technology, operates in the VHF, UHF, Midband, or 900 MHz frequency bands, and has separate receiver boards for wideband and narrowband channel spacing. The separate narrowband board not only makes the NP35 narrowband capable, but also narrowband compliant. The pager has 4 capcode addresses, can store up to 20 messages, and contains 20 canned messages with programmable text. Power for the NP35 comes from a single standard “AAA” alkaline battery with an expected battery life of about 60 days under normal operating conditions.
The USAlert NP40 is a 12-digit Numeric Pager with a front-mounted display. The pager can hold up to 20 messages in memory and supports 4 capcode addresses. The POCSAG coded NP40 is available in VHF, UHF, Midband, or 900 MHz frequency bands, is synthesized, and has separate receiver boards for wideband and true narrowband operation. The NP40 is identical to the USAlert NP35 numeric pager with the exception being a top-mount display on the NP35 and a front-mount display on the NP40.
The NP88 is a synthesized Numeric POCSAG Pager with a 12 digit top-mounted display. 16 messages can be stored in memory and each message can contain 20 digits. 8 of these messages can be protected from replacement when the memory becomes full. NP88 POCSAG models are operational in the VHF, UHF, or 900 MHz frequency bands, have wideband channel spacing, 2 programmable capcode addresses, and run on a single “AAA” alkaline battery.
The NP88 is a synthesized Numeric FLEX Pager with a 12 digit top-mounted display. Incoming messages can contain up to 20 digits and a total of 16 messages can be stored in memory. When memory fills up, 8 messages can be protected from being replaced. The NP88 FLEX Pager has wideband channel spacing, 2 capcode addresses, operates in the VHF or 900 MHz frequency bands, and runs on a single standard “AAA” battery.