Currently, we do not offer any packages for our equipment. Each system has its own unique needs, therefore, each unit is priced separately.
We use Radio Frequency (RF) for our wireless communication. Our systems do not rely on other networks for connectivity, such as Wi-Fi or Bluetooth. This means when your primary network is down, you will still have an operating communication system.
We only offer wireless systems that operate on Radio Frequency. We have found that wired systems are much more expensive to install, time-consuming, and costly to maintain with fewer benefits than a wireless solution. We also only service Visiplex products
Our Visiplex Alert devices come with some pre-programmed standard colors (blue, red, amber, green, white) but, can be customized to any color needed. Colors can be customized through the VPS Software.
No, panic buttons can be used in a stand-alone configuration. A base station is required for features such as SMS text messages, supervision of remote devices, and the use of live PA functions through PA speakers.
Visiplex wireless panic buttons come with internal, long-life lithium batteries that can last for years. Remote devices, such as wireless PA speakers and LED message boards, are offered with a built-in power backup option to ensure full functionality during power
The cost of a basic wireless panic button system will be the sum of the chosen panic buttons and remotely activated devices. A standard paging system could include a VS4820 base station, a single VNS2610 wireless PA speaker, and one
One of the most significant advantages of a wireless clock system is the ability to add more wireless devices and expand the system as needed. For example, using a basic wireless clock system configuration, you can add additional analog clocks
One of the most significant advantages of a wireless break bell system is the ability to add more wireless PA speakers to expand the system as needed. In addition, a basic break bell system can later be expanded to provide
A wireless bell system will always be more cost-effective when compared to a hard-wired system given the costly wiring that could be a major part of the overall system installation cost. The most economical system utilizes the VNS2211 bell controller,