The Radio-To-Intercom Bridge™ connects two systems commonly found in schools - the PA system and the two-way radio network. It enables two-way radios to access and communicate to the entire school over the PA system. So here is why this device is ideally suited for schools:
The infrastructure and the know-how is already in place in schools to take advantage of the Radio-To-Intercom Bridge.
Adding the Radio-To-Intercom Bridge to connect these systems requires minimal training. Authorized radios are simply programmed to access and send messages through the Radio-To-Intercom Bridge receiver and over the public address system.
The past several years have also brought changes within the school environment that make the Radio-To-Intercom Bridge relevant and valuable:
Once on scene, public safety can access the intercom:
Ben McGaha, Communications Specialist, Farmington Police Department, New Mexico states,
“Having this device in the schools allows our SROs and Public Safety officers an avenue to have access to the intercom. By utilizing the radio they can pull up to the scene and actually get on the intercom. This provides another layer of safety . . . It’s a comfort to know we can talk into the school and not have to have somebody else do that for us.”
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