The Atus DP6000 digital paging system has been the backbone of hospital paging systems for many years, typically used for cardiac arrest and emergency on-call solutions where rapid information deployment is key.
The current Gen IV+ range is fully backwards compatible with the earlier versions in the range and is designed for reliable and easy operation without compromising functionality. They come in a choice of two attractive colours and the sturdy clip has built-in stress protection to minimise breakages.
There is even a selection of intrinsically safe ATEX versions available for use in potentially hazardous environments e.g. for petro-chemical, mining and nuclear industries.
There are 16 variants within the range that have some or all of the following features –
Versatile, compact and robust
Support simultaneous messaging to individuals, or groups
Backlit main display
Can use alkaline or rechargeable batteries
Battery low warning and battery saving function
Absent indication when on charge
5-programmable group addresses
Telemetry function for up-to-date monitoring
Is available with -
Either UHF or VHF receivers
Bleep and twin displays (numeric + alphanumeric)
Vibration and speech
Either a light grey or dark grey colour scheme
Intrinsically safe ATEX certification