ROBUST ALPHANUMERIC PAGER
The Spok 7950 alphanumeric pagers include a number of versatile and indispensable features all wrapped in a robust, durable casing. The plastic enclosure for the pagers has been rigorously tested to handle the toughest environments. These pagers boast a plastic casing which is triple the thickness of other market offerings, a wrap-around holster to protect the LCD, and a superior mechanical design to protect against the impact of drops. Color-coded medical-grade rubber housing is also available to cushion impact further and protect against liquid entering the device (ingression).
EASE OF PROGRAMMING AND COMPATIBILITY
Each Spok 7950 pager can be configured to display only the options you want each user to be able to access. This keeps users from accidentally reprogramming their pagers and turning off key settings. It also minimizes the number of support calls needed. Many features within the pagers can be programmed by hand. Advanced programming can be managed via a USB programming cable connected to your PC with programming software installed. The Spok 7950 series is compatible with all leading paging systems, as well as most wide-area paging carriers.
PRIORITY OVERRIDE FOR CODE CALLS AND EMERGENCIES
During transmission of a high-priority message, a Spok 7950 pager on vibrate-only or silent mode can be forced to sound an audible tone with the priority override feature. This is critical for events such as code calls and other emergency situations.
VIBRATE OR TONE DIFFERENTLY FOR DIFFERENT CALLS
Code calls can beep or vibrate in a special alert pattern, while normal messages will beep or vibrate in a standard fashion. This allows the user to know immediately how urgent the message is without even having to look at the pager.
Any standard Spok 7950 can be configured to operate as a rechargeable pager by enabling a simple programming setting and the installation of a rechargeable battery. Chargers are available as an accessory