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Intrinsically safe two way radio accessories

Your Guide to Intrinsically Safe Two Way Radio Accessories

For Canadian industries that are exposed to combustible materials, such as vapours and dust, or flammable chemicals and gasses, all devices onsite must be designed so as to not become an inadvertent ignition factor. By nature, all electronic devices give off electrical sparking and excessive heat emissions. In certain situations, the sparks and heat can… Read More»

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How the Healthcare Industry is Improving Safety

Hospitals have hundreds of rooms and multiple entries that need constant surveillance to properly respond in threatening situations. When coordinating a security response, some hospitals experience delayed communications because of the number of different devices that staff are using to communicate. When every second counts, healthcare officials need a reliable way to alert the proper… Read More»

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Top 5 Reasons Why Pagers Are Still Critical to Fire Departments

In today’s world of digital devices and smart technologies, it’s hard to imagine pagers still having a relevant place. Invented in the 1940s, pagers – or “beepers” as they are also known – were initially reserved for critical communications between emergency responders, like firefighters. The first successful consumer pager was Motorola’s Pageboy I, first introduced… Read More»

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90 Years of Motorola

Our long-time partner, Motorola, just celebrated 90 years of delivering essential lines of communication to teams all over the world. From their first car radio to the only end-to-end command center software suite, Motorola’s drive for innovation is what makes them the leading provider of mission-critical communications and video surveillance. For over 30 years, Nova… Read More»

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The Largest Portfolio of Business Applications for Digital Two Way Radios

A common frustration that companies experience when buying two way radios, is not knowing what type of technology they need to support their business operations. Industries like healthcare and emergency services, need to consider connecting a range of mobile devices for the fastest response time. Government departments need reliable network security and tools for asset… Read More»

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Benefits of the Hytera PD7 Series

The Hytera PD7 Series impresses not only because of its durable and handy design, but also because of the enhanced voice quality and comprehensive PMR functionality. From the manufacturing floor to hospitals and construction sites, Hytera two way radios are synonymous with reliability, durability, and safety when your team has mission-critical messages that need to… Read More»

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MOTOTRBO™ Capacity Max – The Next Phase in Trunking

Whether your operation is confined to a single campus or stretches across the entire province, your communications solution should be capable of adapting to the needs and growth of your business. Bringing together feedback and real-world field testing of DMR-based trunking systems, Motorola has developed a new versatile, scalable trunking solution. The MOTOTRBO™ Capacity Max… Read More»

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The Top 10 Battery Care Tips For Your Motorola Radio

No one has time to deal with the headache of constantly swapping out or recharging batteries, especially when you have a job to do. Whether you’re a volunteer firefighter going on call in the middle of the night, or a hotel manager ensuring your team delivers a seamless guest experience, you need to trust that… Read More»

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Everything You Need to Know About Intrinsically Safe Two-Way Radios

For industries that are exposed to combustible materials such as vapours and dust, or flammable chemicals and gasses, workers require an extra level of protection. You need devices that will uphold in the environment – not ones that will become a hazard and end up risking your safety. When you need a device that will… Read More»

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What the New SOLAS Requirements Means for Marine Fire Teams

The International Convention for the Safety of Life at Sea (SOLAS), is a set of safety standards for the equipment, construction, and operation of merchant ships. Since its adoption in 1914 following the Titanic disaster, SOLAS has introduced several versions since, and the current version, SOLAS, 1974, is constantly updated and amended to ensure safety… Read More»