Ritron said its callboxes provide instant, wireless, two-way communication from any fixed location inside or out, usually a propane fill, or fuel area to the main facility.
According to the company, facilities can now immediately respond quickly and appropriately when customers are able to communicate directly with associates using the wireless callbox. The Ritron wireless technology allows facilities to add callboxes without adding additional personnel or infrastructure. The Ritron callbox can be PC programmed to be compatible with any other brand of VHF or UHF business band radios already in use. Ritron said it also offers an assortment of its own desk-top base station or portable two-way radios.
The radio can be powered by alkaline batteries for stand-alone applications or it can operate on an external 12VDC-110VAC power supply (or optional solar kit). For extended range, an external antenna can be added to the callbox. Ritron offers two callbox models, the tamper-resistant heavy duty XT enclosure or the light duty Q Series callbox molded in polycarbonate material, each model is housed in a weatherized, gasket-sealed enclosure with tamper-resistance, and stainless steel fasteners, according to the company.