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  • Gas detector is the first to include a ‘push-to-talk’ feature

Gas detector is the first to include a ‘push-to-talk’ feature

Nov 06 2018 Read 581 Times

Combining connected gas detection and two-way radio functionality, Blackline’s G7platform provides businesses with peace of mind, helps to control costs and keep teams safe.
 
Rather than the usual 16 or 32 channels offered by many conventional two-way radios, G7c push-to-talk delivers up to 99 channels for communication between teams, across facilities and even between different countries (3G enabled)— all without the need for Wi-Fi or other costly infrastructure.

This detector is very reasonably priced and financing plans are available to spread the costs.

G7c devices work right out of the box, automatically connecting to wireless networks in more than 100 countries.

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