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Schools rely on wireless intercom systems to provide office-to-classroom and classroom-to-office communication in both normal and emergency circumstances. The ability to provide discrete communications and overhead paging from one system independent of the telephone system can be an important factor during periods of severe weather or power loss.
Intercoms that utilize both audio and video are often used in conjunction with locking mechanisms that provide critical entry security and protection at schools, hospitals and correctional facilities. Many of our intercommunication systems may be interfaced with other external systems to provide convenience and function for your facility.
Required in healthcare facilities, supervised audio systems ensure the audio signal path is tested around the clock so you are made aware of any component or circuit failures – before you deliver a failed page. These systems provide assurance that whether the system is seldom or frequently used, it will work at the critical moment of need.