This 2 way pager from Serene is a great communication device, ideal for caregivers.
It allows a patient or loved one to summon help with the simple press of a button, altering their caregiver who may be anywhere in the house, such as the backyard, garage etc...
The PG-200 Serene 2 way pager has a super long range of 150 ft which is above industry average for this type of device. It will receive and transmit throughout the entire house.
Instead of ringing a call bell that may not be heard in an emergency, this 2 way caregiver pager is an indispensible device that every caregiver should have.
- Three alert modes: strong vibration, bright strobe-light flasher, adjustable-volume ringtone
- Easy to use: 2 way paging by simply pressing a button and confirmation your page was received
- Long 150ft range works throughout the house
- Lightweight, compact and easy to wear as it includes a belt clip and wrist strap lanyard
- PG-200 Serene 2 Way Page comes complete with: 2 Pagers with built-in rechargeable batteries and 1 micro-USB AC charger
- Either pager can serve as the sending pager to initiate an alert or as the receiving pager to acknowledge the alert.
- Transmit Frequency 868 MHz (USA & EU) / 315 MHz (Japan)
- Maximum Pagers in system: 4
- Speaker Loudness: 79 dBA at 1ft
- Battery: 3.7V 300mAh Li-ion rechargeable battery
- Batttery Use Time: Approx. 10-20 days depending on usage
- Battery Charge Time: Approx. 2-3 hours
- AC Adapter Input: 100-240 VAC, 50/60 Hz
- AC Adapter Output: 5V DC 500mA micro USB
- Operating Temperature: 32-degree to 113-degree Fahrenheit (0-degree to 45-degree Celsius)
- Dimensions: 1.75" W x 3.25" H x 2.625" D (30mm x 54mm x 88mm) with belt-clip
- Weight: 2 oz (56 g) with battery
- Warranty: 1 Year Manufacturer's Limited Warranty
Does not work as advertised
Posted by Unknown on 1st Mar 2017
Will not signal from house to garage.
Less than 75 feet and certainly not the 150 Fett as advertised
Needs a button cover.
Posted by Unknown on 9th Feb 2017
I found this pager works very well, however there is a design fault in that the button is easily set off by accident. I have added a cap to my devices to prevent this.