The ServiceWatch™ pager allows you to receive calls from the ServiceBip™ wireless call button. The staff manages its queue without missing any order.


What happens when you press the “bell” or “€” button of the ServiceBip™ transmitter?
Once a customer makes a pressure on one of the ServiceBip™ buttons, the ServiceWatch™ watch vibrates or rings displaying the table number (or location in question) and the type of service requested by an icon corresponding to call or bill.

How do I cancel a call?
Two solutions:

  1. Either directly on the transmitter (ServiceBip™).
  2. Either directly on the receiver (ServiceWatch™ or ServiceScreen™).

How does it display multiple simultaneous calls?
ServiceWatch™ receives the requests, keeps them in memory and displays the number of the last call. The requests are stored in a queue and preserved (up to 10).

The screen of ServiceWatch™is back-lighted at each call.

The advantages of ServiceWatch™:
– Rechargeable battery.
– Supports up to 99 transmitters ServiceBip™, ServiceBip™2 or ServiceBip™ Mono and can keep up to 10 calls in memory.
– Range up to 200 meters in open field.
– Ability to extend the range up to 2 km in open field with our ServiceAmpli™ amplifier.
– Hardware warranty for any operational defect during 1 year (excluding the battery).
– Easy programming.
– Adjustable strap to wear on the wrist, around the neck, on a belt or in a pocket.
– 3 types of alarm: sound, vibration or both at the same time.
– Backlight display for each call.
– Time display.
– Stand-by mode (battery saver)
– 3 types of call display: by letter (A and C), by symbols ($ and waiter-shape), or both at the same time.

Technical Specifications:

Color: Black and red
Battery: 3.7V (Li-ion)
Frequency: 433.92 Mhz±75k
Size: 65mm x 44mm x 19mm

For more information, check the user manual by clicking here.

In case of breakdown, we repair or replace the equipment as soon as possible. Out of warranty, we make an estimate of repairs.