With the Swissphone RES.Q pager, alerts are sent using proven and reliable POCSAG paging technology. The integrated IoT cellular module based on the LTE standard enables hybrid alerting, using cellular networks as a separate alerting channel for enhanced resilience. It also supports different forms of feedback before and after an alert, increasing the efficiency and speed of alerting and mobilisation.
The basic model is the RES.Q XS. A cellular module is integrated within the device to provide technical and tactical feedback as well as availability management.
The RES.Q L is equipped in addition with a GPS and BLE module which supports indoor and outdoor localization via iBeacon. First responders can thus be localized and their distance from the emergency site can be determined. The RES.Q has also been upgraded with an SOS emergency call button. With a long press, this will automatically send an emergency call, including localization, to a pre-defined control centre. In this way, rescue forces can always call for help unobtrusively.
Both models can be equipped with a 2G/3G or 2G/LTE-M mobile radio module.
The Swissphone RES.Q is available with the following cellular modules:
2G / 3G: Cellular module for UMTS/GPRS.
2G / LTE-M (LTE Cat. M1): The new IoT cellular module. LTE-M consume less energy than 2G / 3G, and battery life is correspondingly longer. Better reception inside buildings is another advantage over conventional mobile networks. Where these networks are not yet available, the existing 2G network is automatically used as the fallback path.
**Quantity discount applies when ordering 10 or more of these pagers. Contact DTS directly via the webchat, email or calling 01480 407740 for a quotation.**
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