Nashville, Tennessee (PRWEB) December 19, 2008
A wireless call box system available from IntercomsOnline.com now enables clients, students, employees, or anyone else to communicate from remote areas of a campus or property.
With a wireless call box placed in parking lots, at security gates, by locked entrance doors, or other areas of a property, people located up to several miles away can press a button and talk to personnel who have a handheld two way radio or base station wireless intercom.
The MURS Callbox XT Outdoor Intercom or one of several other call boxes available at IntercomsOnline.com are essentially long range two way radios in a water resistant case. Models for public access areas even have a vandal resistant case.
A visitor can walk up and press the button on the call box, which then sounds a tone on a remote radio or intercom. The person on the remote end can then press their "Push to Talk" button to carry on a conversation. Some models even have a gate or door release relay which allows remote unlocking of a gate or door.
A wireless callbox makes is possible for colleges and businesses to quickly implement a communication system without expensive and messy trenching. Installation of a communication system often means cutting across areas that are paved, such as city streets or parking lots, and the costs of cutting a trench can be astronomical. The cost of running cable in a building is expensive too.
These wireless call boxes are useful for all sorts of unique applications in all types of businesses and they have a range of a mile or two, or even further with use of external antennas.
Says IntercomsOnline.com marketing director David Onslow, "These callboxes are satisfying lots of needs that colleges and businesses have. Applications range from letting drivers in at security gates, delivery door access, parking lot emergency communication, notification that a customer is at a door, and just about anything you an imagine. These devices are very versatile and they don't have a high installation cost that wired systems have."
The fact that the system is wireless also gives monitoring personnel the added flexibility of being able to answer a call from anywhere, even while they are outside a building.
Wireless call boxes are available in FCC licensed VHF and UHF frequencies, as well as unlicensed MURS frequencies.
To see the wireless call box systems available, go to http://www.IntercomsOnline.com .
To read how to choose a wireless call box, go to http://ezinearticles.com/?How-to-Choose-a-Wireless-Call-Box-System&id=1102003
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