The peon call system is a very trivial and innovative solution to call an attendant. The slender battery operated remote controllers when pressed alerts a receiver unit. However, the peon call has respective remote indicators and perceptible sound. Each wireless remote is distinguishable due to the number assigned to it. Therefore, the system comes in a variety of 2 to 6 remotes. Hence, the range of the call bells is somewhere between 20-30 meters indoors. Moreover, the signals have the capability to penetrate through concrete walls as well. Whereas, the range increases to 100-120 meters it operated outdoors. Further, the system operates on the latest wireless technology. Generally used in offices, dispensaries and consultation rooms. Moreover, the peon call bell is a fast moving solution and accepted by 10,000+ customers worldwide. Also, the system is running from the past decade without any imperfections. Reliability is the factor due to which customers are gaining attraction.
Advantages of the wireless peon call bell
- Neither any wiring needed nor does it need any installation.
- Trouble free performance for many years as a result of simple design.
- Further, reliability is the core factor.
- Long life because of robust design.
- Moreover, a long range of communication and extendable battery life.
- A very simple solution to call peon at the office
- However, set variations are from 2 to 6 remotes.
- And finally, applications include, attendant calling at schools, factories.
- 8 service request remotes and 3 service alerts.
- Blue indicator for pantry service.
- Yellow for maintenance staff.
- Red for security alarm.
- Service request remotes can be an inside the conference rooms.
- Peon call bell system comes in 7, 8 and 90 remote set.
- All the 3 models comes in an inclusion of an supplementary remote.
- Receiver powers on mains (with 12volt adapter), whereas, the remotes run on batteries.
- Variations of 2 to 6 remote peon call bell for offices.
- The receiver size is smaller than its senior counterparts.
- Features and functionality of all remains the same.
|FBXWACS 9/8/7||9/8/7 remote system, mid size receiver|
|FBXWACS 6/5/4/3/2/1||6 to 1 remote set, competitively smaller receiver|
|FBXWACS 6C/3C||6 and 3 set with supplementary remote for cancellation|
|FBXWACS 1D-9D||Dual receivers configured to a single call button|
|Customized models|| More than 1 receiver:|
1 remote 2 receiver(top: Rx1, bottom: Rx2)
1 remote 3 receivers(top: Rx1, middle: Rx2, bottom: Rx3)
Continuous beeping sound on the receiver
1 calling panel and 6 receivers
1 panel transmitter with 3 call + 3 cancel buttons
Advanced features peon call systems
- One remote can call more than 1 receiver (or peons). Example, press top button of remote to call peon 1, center button to call peon 2 and bottom button for peon 3, etc.
- In addition, an officer can call peon for 3 defined purposes. Like, tea/coffee or stationary or housekeeping.
- In addition, it is possible to produce 3 different types of beeping sound (varying frequency). Moreover, against each button from the remote.
Common features of peon call bell system:
- Moreover, batteries are long lasting and replaceable23A/12V, life 1-2 years, after a rather continuous usage.
- Receiver works on 12 volt supply, hence 220VAC to 12VDC adapter supplied.
- Remotes have rather the same features. A call and a cancel button. Press call the summon peon. Once the peon has attended, press cancel button to cancel the call.
- Furthermore, some sets have supplementary remotes with cancel buttons only. Since these remotes are usually with the attendant.
Applications of peon call systems
- Helps to call the nurse at home for rather old aged people.
- Call office peon, pantry or maybe housekeeping in respective rooms.
- Inform next waiting for customers to a consultation room for discussion.
- Summon school cleaner or peon in a particular classroom.
- Outgoing patient department OPD to call the next patient to doctors chamber
Video demo peon call bell:
2-6 remote call bell system: https://youtu.be/h0JaJcUzhaY
10-32 remote calling: https://youtu.be/3NkXHLSIs0U