This is a Low Band Minitor V pager
other bands available (see pagers to the right)
Ordering Instructions: Please complete as much of the information as you can. The Minitor 5 has a selection knob with 4 settings A,B,C and D which you can program to perform any of the functions below on each setting.
Minitor V (5) features:
- Improved functionality over the Minitor IV pagers
- Wideband / Narrowband programmable
- Tone and vibrate alerting models
- Dealer programmable frequency and tones (synthesized receiver)
- Up to 12 tone sets per channel
- Stored voice model available with a total of 8 minutes storage
- Loud, clear audio in high noise environments
- Speaker earphone jack included
- Extended battery life
- Standard one year warranty included
Minitor 5 default settings:
The selector knob has 4 positions A-B-C-D the standard settings for these 4 positions are listed below. These options can be mixed to meet your individual needs, there are different settings listed at the bottom of this page.
One channel model:A - Selective call vibrate alert - audio on after the alert
B - Selective call tone & vibrate alert - audio on after the alert
C - Selective call tone alert - audio on after the alert
D - Monitor with tone & vibrate alert
Two channel model:
A - Selective call F1 tone alert - audio on after the alert
B - Monitor channel 1 tone & vibrate alert
C - Monitor channel 2 tone & vibrate alert
D - Priority scan
Programmable options - below is the list of programmable options. The function switch has 4 positions (A, B, C, and D) that can be programmed for any of the following options, depending on the pager model.
Selective call F1: The pager is quiet until the tones on channel 1 are sent, then the pager alerts and turns on the audio so you can hear the transmission
Selective call F2: The pager is quiet until the tones on channel 2 are sent, then the pager alerts and turns on the audio so you can hear the transmission
Monitor F1: Monitors all the traffic on channel one and alerts whenever the tones are sent
Monitor F2: Monitors all the traffic on channel one and alerts whenever the tones are sent
Probability Scan: The pager will scan between F1 and F2 stopping whenever a transmission is detected on either channel. The pager will lock onto the channel and will not release that channel until the transmission ends. The pager will alert in both F1 and F2 channels when in the non priority scan position.
Priority scan (default): - This function will scan for this first active channel, but when F2 is the active channel, will scan back at periodic intervals looking for activity on the priority channel F1. Should F1 become active, the pager will switch to F1 until activity ceases
Silent scan: Scans between F1 and F2 but does not open the audio unless you receive an alert.
Note: Each of the above options can be set to (Alert only) (Vibe only) or (Alert & Vibe)
Stored voice: - the pager is set up for 8 messages at 60 seconds per message (total 8 minuites) it can be set up to save 4 messages for 2 minutes each upon request.
Fixed Alert: - If selected, the pager will operate in the "fixed alert" mode. This means that the tone alert will be at maximum volume regardless of the position of the volume control. This option is available upon request.
PTL = Push to listen: With this option the pager will be quite until the alert tones are sent, then the pager will alert but there will be no audio message after the alert. You will have to Push the reset button to Listen to the message.
Address off duty: This is a special option that can be used to alert the pager with only one set of tones. Example: if the pager has 4 sets of alert tones you can select one or more sets not to alert in the position with address off duty. However all the tones would alert in all the other switch positions which are not set to address off duty.