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PERS standard wrist band doesn’t fit

Q: Many of our PERS subscribers have small wrists, and the DXS-62A standard wristband doesn’t fit. What options does Linear have?

A: Many subscribers with small wrists prefer to use the lanyard/pendant option, standard for the DXS-62A and DXS-LRP.

The Petite Wristband offered in our catalog (PWB-1) installs using standard 20 mm compression springs, similar to those found on replacement wrist-bands at drug stores and department stores.

The new DXS-LRW, planned for June 2011 availability is a factory configured wrist based transmitter, designed to accommodate more petite wrists than the DXS-62A wrist strap.

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