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Venus, FL USA
800-822-2180
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18442 County Rd 731
Venus, FL 33960
Phone:
800-822-2180 (USA only)
Fax: 941-360-2207
e-mail: sales@pwservice.com
web: www.pwservice.com
Hours:
Weekdays 9:30AM - 4:30PM EST
(Closed on major holidays)
 3.1 stars, based on 17 votes.

Swissphone RE729 Features:

  • Loud clear Audio
  • 2-Tone Format (16 alert addresses)
  • Voice storage (4 minutes)
  • Water resistant case (IP54 certified)
  • LCD display w/backlight
  • Battery status indicator
  • Push button Keys
  • Tone and Vibrate (selectable)
  • Flashing LED light
  • PC Programmable
  • One Year standard warranty
  • ISO 9001 Certified
  • Allow up to 8 weeks for delivery

The Swissphone RE729 pager features clear voice messaging in a compact, ergonomic package. Using regular AA batteries, the two-tone pager features a rugged housing weather proofed to European IP54 standards.

Features include monitoring and vibration functions, as well as voice storage (4 minutes). Three user-selectable alert settings allow for loud, discreet (half volume) and silent modes (with or without vibrate). In addition to showing battery level and current settings, the pager’s rugged LCD display shows a clock that can display time since last alert. An optional multi-channel version allows the pager to monitor multiple frequencies.

The programming kit allows users to modify programming of individual paging tones and to set up profiles on the single-channel model, with each profile featuring select groupings of alerts. For example, one profile can be set to all alerts, and a second profile for just a subset of alerts needed for when performing alternate duties.

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RE729 Price

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VHF

151-160MHz

One channel stored voice with Vibrate, NiMh battery, standard charger

  • Add $55 for a multi channel with Voice Storage version
    • Maximum 1 MHz channel separation
  • Add $35 for a desktop charger (in place of the standard charger)
Price
1-5 Pagers

$449
Price
6-10 Pagers

$441
Price
11-19 Pagers

$429
Price
20+ Pagers

$414
UHF

450-470MHz

One channel stored voice with Vibrate, NiMh battery, standard charger

  • Add $55 for a multi channel with Voice Storage version
    • Maximum 1 MHz channel separation
  • Add $35 for a desktop charger (in place of the standard charger)
Price
1-5 Pagers

$464
Price
6-10 Pagers

$456
Price
11-19 Pagers

$444
Price
20+ Pagers

$429
Battery

$6.75 each
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Quantity discounts available
Battery door with clip with spring

$24.75 each
Quantity discounts available
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Nylon carry case with metal belt clip

$24.50
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Standard charger

$59.50
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Buttons*

Pack of 2
$11.75
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Instructions
Desktop charger

$86.75
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Housing band

$21.75
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Instructions
Front housing*

Replacement plastic front housing
$42.75

Instructions
Back housing*

replacement plastic back housing
$28.75
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Instructions
Programming kit

Hardware and software
$419.00
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KeySpan

USB to 9 pin serial adapter includes installation CD for Windows 98/Me/2000/XP/Vista. Tested and certified to work with the RE729 programming kit.
$65.00
Vibrator*


$36.50
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Instructions

Operation and use

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Batteries - It uses AA batteries. Either standard alkaline, Ni-cad, or NiMH. Charger - The pager has a smart charging system. The pager knows how much charge each battery type needs and adjusts the battery status indicator accordingly. Dry cells will be identified and will not be charged.
Battery Status Indicator - Shows the level of the battery by a bar graph. As the battery is used the indicator goes down, so you always know how long your battery will last. Once less than 10% of the battery life remains the pager begins a reminder chirp and flashes the battery indicator. Switch on/off - When a battery is inserted the pager will automatically turn on. To turn the pager on/off manually both buttons must be held down for about 4 seconds. When turning off, the pager begins a audible beeping countdown (about 4 seconds), with a loud unique chirp as the pager shuts off. This prevents accidental shut down of the pager.
Keys - The pager has two keys located on the top corners of the housing. The keys are designed in such a way that it's easy to push them wearing gloves but hard to accidentally push them during normal handling of the pagers. Alerts - The pager can hold 16 alert addresses. Each address can be programmed to sound different, so there can be no confusion as to which alert was sent. This also can work in conjunction with the display indicator to further indicate who the alert was for (see below).
Display - The LCD display has many uses:
  • The symbols across the top show the current mode of operation: Alert - MiniBeep - Vibrate. In addition it shows if your in monitor mode or in non-monitor.
  • Along the right side there are arrows that point to a removable menu that you can customize (Example: if the Chiefs tone is alerted the 1st arrow will turn on pointing to the "Chief". Or for example if the ambulance is alerted then the 3rd arrow points to "Ambulance" or whatever you write on the menu)
  • At the bottom right there is a slanted bar that indicated the volume level. It has 4 levels.
  • The "Envelope" symbol is used with Voice Storage, it indicates you have a message in memory.
  • The "Y" antenna symbol indicated the field strength of the reception. If you go out of range the antenna symbol starts to flash. This only works on systems with cyclical transmission sensing.
  • Illuminated background for night time operation
Programming features - In addition to the above the pagers can be programmed for an array of handy features. All of these are optional and are done with a PC programming kit.
  • Can't turn off - no more "I forgot to turn on my pager" because the pager can't be turned off with this option
  • Disable Vibrate - You only get audible alerts because the pager cannot be put into the vibrate mode. Recommendation - use this in conjunction with the "Can't turn off" feature above and you'll never hear another excuse for a missed call.
  • Disable Volume control - alert on high all the time
  • Vibrator disable while being charged - When being charged, the vibrator is disabled so the pager gives you a beeping alert. This also prevents the pager/charger from falling (buzzing/dancing as it alerts) off your desk when in vibrate mode. 
  • Disable monitor - for use in alert only paging systems
  • Call suppression - Does not alert the pager if an duplicate alert is sent in a specified period of time
  • Button Beep - every button that's pressed will be acknowledged with a small click (can be turned on or off)
  • Timed reset - Overrides the squelch after a preset time, to place the pager in standby mode
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