When adding a key fob to remotely activate the versatile QuickTalk™ transmitter, a simple press of a wireless call button triggers a unique voice alert message to be transmitted from the QuickTalk to all 2-way radio equipped personnel.
This highly versatile QuickTalk™ transmitter can monitor virtually any process or condition, then report a change over your 2-way radio system. With four switch inputs and the ability to transmit custom recorded voice messages over multiple frequencies, this radio has virtually unlimited uses.
I recently had the pleasure of traveling to the Chicago area with our National Sales Manager, Dennis Sieracki.
Two solutions are presented: 1) Field programming when you add a second gate (thus a second callbox) to your existing GateGuard® system, and 2) Solving choppy communication / weak signal from the base station to the callbox.
Learn how access control problems are solved through the use of the Ritron GateGuard® kit, specifically designed for use in commercial and industrial applications like treatment plants, factories, warehousing, schools, and healthcare facilities.
Learn how Steve Rice, president of Ritron, realized the future potential of wireless communication within the construction hoist application.
Learn how Ritron Q Series, XT Series, XD Series, and DMR Series Callboxes solve problems on the construction site in hoist applications.
Learn how a construction site manager can benefit from the rugged, reliable, cost-effective use of Ritron Callboxes within a hoist or manlift operation.
Ritron Inc., announced the availability of the XT Series GateGuard® Wireless Intercom and Access Control System. The system provides reliable, long-range (up to 1-mile, line-of-sight), 2-way voice communication with visitors at gated entry points. The result is a more secure facility without compromising your ability to communicate.
Learn how Melissa, a store manager for a large retail chain, transforms her store.
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