The Green-GO communications system is an Ethernet network based digital intercom system. The Beltpack X and Wireless Beltpack X have an identical intercom engine capable of 32 channels, a program audio channel and an extra channel for direct user communication. The Green-GO Wireless Antenna integrates the Wireless Beltpack X into an existing wired network. The Green-GO communications system has no single point of failure because there is no central unit that carries the entire system.
The Green-GO interface range consists of several high end devices that can integrate analog intercom systems into the Green-GO digital Ethernet network (2-Wire / 4-Wire / InterfaceX), connect remote networks to a Green-GO network and allow remote user login (BridgeX), or connect radio devices to a Green-GO network (RDX).
The Green-GO Slim Audio Interface 2-Wire enables you to integrate the basic analog party-line systems into the Green-GO network, complete with announcements and program audio.
The Green-GO Wireless Antenna is part of the Green-GO wireless communication system and is based on DECT technology. One Wireless Antenna serves up to four Wireless Beltpacks and each Wireless Beltpack X can be connected to four Wireless Antennas.
The Green-GO Wireless Beltpack X is based on DECT technology and can easily be combined with a wired system by using a Green-GO Wireless Antenna. There is no need for a separate interface to connect the Wireless Beltpack X to an existing wired network.
The Green-GO Beltpack X is part of the Green-GO communications system, an Ethernet network based digital intercom system. The Beltpack X can make use of 32 available channels, a program audio channel and an extra channel for direct user communication. This means that users can talk to multiple groups or directly (and privately) to other users.
The Green-GO 6-Way Battery Charger is a battery charging station for use with the Green-GO Energy Packs (GGO-NRGP). The Battery Charger can charge 6 Green-GO Energy packs at once. Each charging dock has a LED indicator that shows the status of the energy pack that is charging.