Security Escort Personnel Transmitter
The clip is designed to be worn on a security type utility belt. If worn on a thin belt, be aware
that a loose fit may trigger a Man-down Alarm (if enabled) when you move too much.
Selecting Transmitter Radio Frequency
Figure 5.3: Dip Switch Selection
For SE-TRM-433T01, only RF 433.42 MHz is supported, where both dip switches 1 and 2 are
set to the OFF position as default. Configuring the dip switch to other settings will disable the
alarm communication between the transmitter and the receiver.
Remove the battery before setting the dip switches. Changes to the dip switches should be
performed by administrators only.
The transmitter emits 3 beep tones if RF is set as 433.42 MHz.
The transmitter emits 2 slow consecutive beep tones every 1 second if dip switch is set for
Factory reset should be performed by administrators only. Set both dip switches 1 and 2 to
the ON position. While pressing the Test and Alarm buttons, the transmitter resets after
inserting the battery. If reset is successful, there will be 3 slow consecutive beep tones every
1 second. After a successful reset, select the transmitter RF by setting the dip switches. If
reset is unsuccessful, there will be 2 slow consecutive beep tones every 1 second.
Refer to the following list of values that are being set for the respective features following the
Supervision Tracking Interval
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433.42 MHz (default)
For factory reset
2017.11 | SE3v1.0 | DL