RMS-Net is a digital radio management system ideal for almost any organisation that care about security and staff safety. RMS-Net integrates voice radio communication, text/status messaging, and a range of security features in a system that logs all radio traffic onto a central computer database. The desktop dispatcher can keep in touch with radio users via their own computer. RMS-Net is designed to be fully interactive ensuring dispatchers/supervisors are able to monitor and respond rapidly to situations as they occur.
With the VE-PG3 RoIP gateway, the IP advanced radio system can interconnect with an IP phone, analogue transceiver and IDAS™ NXDN™ digital transceiver. When used with an IP phone system, the IP100H can be used as a phone handset for making internal or external calls.
The IP100H acts as a wireless network radio. Everyone in your group can hear and talk with the rest of the group using the Icom IP1000C server connected to the wireless network. Individual calls are also possible as well as full duplex calls (like a regular phone call). The radio can also move freely within the wireless network. Coverage for your radio system can be easily expanded by adding further access points.
The IP1000C can also communicate with third-party manufacturers’ wireless access points allowing great flexibility. It is capable of controlling up to 100 (depending on version) terminals including the IP100FS IP based PC dispatcher.
All Peltor Flex Headsets have efficient noise attenuation for use in extremely noisy environments. Peltor Flex headsets are equipped with an electret microphone, PTT button and a chassis jack for connecting the separate Flex cords to a two-way radio.