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The NC512 (NC-512) is a high power locator for the Tek-CARE®500 Wireless Emergency Call System. The NC512(NC-512) locator provides general transmitter location information for the Tek-CARE®500 Wireless Emergency Call System.

The locator’s range makes it a practical wireless resident/patient locating solution for open-air installations such as campuses, buildings with multiple wings, and other large wireless projects. Wireless radio protocols and Signal Synchronization Technology™ allow the locator to act intelligently, distinguishing between virgin and retransmitted signals – so that the NC512 (NC-512) doesn’t retransmit signals received from the NC511 Repeaters or other NC512 Locators. This ensures that the NC510 Receiver is sent accurate location information.



Wireless alarm location enhancement

Easy to install-just mount and plug in

Supervised radio link to home receiver

Attractive enclosure for indoor use

Provides general location for calling transmitters


Dimensions: 3.60”Hx6.38”WX1.10”D (91 mmx162 mmx 28mm)

Weight: 5.3 oz

Power Required: 14VAC (14VAC @ 20 VA transformer included)

Current: Approximately 70mA typical consumption

Environment: 0 degrees – 60 degrees C and up to 95% non-condensing relative humidity.

Range: 4 Miles Open Field Transmission Range.


Tek-CARE®500 Wireless Emergency Call System.


IH-511 Weatherproof Housing

*Discontinued* BA-510 Backup Battery

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Architects' & Engineers' Specifications:

The locator shall be TekTone® NC512 (NC-512) or approved equal as supplied by LEE DAN®.

The locator shall determine the general area from which an alarm transmission is sent and shall transmit that information to the NC510 (NC-510) Receiver and NC511 (NC-511) Repeaters. The NC512 (NC-512) Locator shall not retransmit signals received from NC511 Repeaters or other NC512 Locators, to ensure that the NC510 Receiver is sent accurate location information. Alarm signal locations from transmitters shall maintain reliably with multiple locators in the system.

The locator shall provide at least 200 milliwatts of effective radiated RF power. The locator shall nor require a home-run wire back to the receiver or repeater. A locator shall not echo supervision signals, therefore, it must not be used where a repeater is required.





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