Numeric NP-88

Numeric NP-88

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The NP-88 offers accessibility to stay on top of your busy lifestyle. Perfect for basic wireless communication and user-friendly operation. You can set the pager to generate an audible or a vibration alert no matter under noisy or quiet environment when you are expecting an important page. The NP-88 is compact, lightweight, inexpensive and the best choice when you need reliable paging with broad coverage.


Backlight: In low-light conditions, the backlight makes the screen easy to read
Standby screen: The standby screen displays the time of day/date or no display.
Time of Day and Day/Month: The time of day and the date display whether the pager is on or off


Low Battery Indicator:

When battery power reaches a low level, the low cell is displayed, prompting you to change the battery. All pagers alert change to two seconds in length.

Automatic Alert Reset:

The pager alerts automatically stop, even if no buttons are pressed.

Personal Alarm:

This alarm can be set to alert you. The alarm works even when the pager is off.

Reminder Alert: 

The pager chirps or vibrates every two minutes until you read all unread messages.

User Selectable Audible Alerts:

A selection of five alert tones gives you a choice of message alerts heard when you are paged in the audible alert mode D.


Duplicate Messages:

If the same message is received more than once, a duplicate sign is displayed at the beginning of the latest message. This message contains the latest timestamp and prevents a repeated message from taking an extra memory slot.

Message Erase:

Messages can be erased all at once or selectively at your choice to free space in memory.

Memory Retention:

All messages remain in memory, even when the pager is off and while the battery is being replaced.

Memory Capacity:

The NP-88 FLEX pager can store up to sixteen 20-character messages, for a total of 320 characters.

Message Protect:

You can protect up to eight messages stored in the pager memory.


Overflow is displayed when more unread messages are received than the available message memory can hold. After you read all of your unread messages, the standby screen is displayed. Timestamp: The time and the date of a message received are displayed on the screen after each message.