DXS-64: Supervised 1-Button, 1-Channel Pendant Transmitter

DXS-64: Supervised 1-Button, 1-Channel Pendant Transmitter

The Model DXS-64 Supervised 1-Button, 1-Channel Pendant Transmitter is a battery powered, miniature, water-resistant, supervised transmitter designed for use in emergency applications with Linear’s DX and DXS format receivers.

The transmitter is supplied with an adjustable lanyard with breakaway release. Pressing the button on the transmitter sends a digital coded wireless signal to its companion receiver. To insure sending a complete signal, press the transmitter button for a minimum of two seconds.

The DXS-64 transmitter is factory set to a unique code, so no field coding is required. The DXS-64 sends a signal when its button is pressed. The transmitter can send a signal for up to 30 seconds per activation. The red signal indicator on the transmitter lights when the unit is activated.

If status transmissions are enabled, they will be sent every two hours. Some receivers are able to use these signals, others are not.

Every two hours the transmitter tests for a low battery. This test takes place even if status transmissions have not been enabled. If the battery tests low, a low battery signal is sent and the transmitter LED flashes.

Receivers must be programmed to the transmitter’s code before system testing and operation. Refer to the receiver’s instructions for details on operation and programming.

Each transmitter is sealed to provide water-resistance. The unit’s battery is not replaceable. The transmitter should be discarded at the end of its battery life.


Frequency: 315 MHz
Current: 4 mA transmitting, 2 µA standby
Number of codes: One of 1,048,576 possible codes
Power: 3 VDC battery (Lithium Type 2032)
Dimensions: 1.5″ W x 2.15″ H x 0.515″ D
Models compatible with the DXS-64
Model Description
PERS-4200 Personal Emergency Reporting System
PERS-2400B Personal Emergency Reporting System
PERS-3600B Personal Emergency Reporting System

Installation Manual