Wireless PA System and Two Way Radios Used As Emergency Alert System With Low Installation Cost

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Sending announcements over a public address system is now possible even for installation-challenged colleges and businesses. Combining a wireless PA system with two way radios or wireless base station intercoms enables users to quickly broadcast from any location on a college or business campus.

Wireless PA System with Two Way Radio

Since the Virginia Tech tragedy, colleges have been looking for emergency alert systems to increase the safety of their students. They need a way to instantly notify students of an impending danger. The MURS Wireless PA System enables them to do that without digging up their campus and spending thousands of dollars on trenching and cable pulling.

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A new wireless PA (public address) system from IntercomsOnline.com now makes is possible for colleges and businesses to quickly implement an emergency alert system without expensive and messy trenching. These wireless PA units are useful for all sorts of unique applications in all types of businesses and they can be broadcast to from a two way radio anywhere within a mile or two.

The MURS Wireless PA System from IntercomsOnline.com is a wireless PA system that consists of one or two horn speakers attached via a cable to a box that contains a wireless receiver and antenna. A user who wants to broadcast a message uses a handheld two-way radio or base-station wireless intercom to deliver the message to the receiver box and horn speaker. These broadcasts can be done up to two miles away from the wireless PA system.

Says IntercomsOnline.com marketing director David Onslow, "Since the Virginia Tech tragedy, colleges have been looking for emergency alert systems to increase the safety of their students. They need a way to instantly notify students of an impending danger. The MURS Wireless PA System enables them to do that without digging up their campus and spending thousands of dollars on trenching and cable pulling."

But it is not just universities who are finding applications for this product. Businesses are using it to eliminate the biggest expense of installing a PA system, the installation cost. Often times they have to cross 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 the building is expensive too.

The fact that the system is wireless also gives these businesses the added flexibility of being able to page from anywhere using a two way radio, even outside the building. With another optional device, prerecorded announcements can be delivered with a simple push of a panic button.

One more benefit is that these units can also be programmed to automatically receive transmissions from the NOAA Weather Radio service so employees or students will instantly know when bad weather is approaching.

For full details on the MURS Wireless PA system and two way radios go to http://www.IntercomsOnline.com.

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