Communication is by far one of the most important things that any company needs to be successful. From utility companies in the field to medical staff in a busy hospital–without proper communication, everything falls apart. Most companies make use of solutions from providers like Motorola, which deliver just fine, however they can be bulky and filled with proprietary accessories. Rollts on the other hand, is a company that offers a tiny communicator that can work as a 2 and 3-way communicator on their own within 1-2 miles (visible) like any other two-radio, and can also stretch for as long as you can install repeaters.
We first ran into them at CES some years back, and they have since grown into a flourishing Cisco partner with a number of products within their lineup. From communicators, to repeaters and more, they offer a unique solution for businesses and their communication needs. Today, we get to walk you through setting them up and getting started. Check out the following video where we do just that:
The above video breaks down what you find in the box, and goes into deep detail on how they connect to each other. Details include a breakdown of the menu options and what you need to get them to all work on the same channel. This is the first time we have actually had hands-on experience with the radios and look forward to testing them further on location at various shows like CES, E3 and so on. It will be interesting to see how well they perform on their own in a busy environment filled with wireless signals.
From here, you can expand on them with repeaters and really get some distance out of them, spanning as many miles as you need (with enough repeaters at least, to keep the bubble of coverage going). For this, you will want to reach out to Rollts for information as our hands on experience surrounds their connectivity to each other only. Anything beyond that, you will have to request a demo from them and additional instructions. We are sure they will be more than happy to work with you. From what we have seen so far though, these are great little communicators with a lot of versatility.