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DECT6000 combines cordless telephony, on-site paging and personal security in one handset
The new Philips DECT6000 system from Philips Communication, Security & Imaging (CSI) integrates on-site paging, digital cordless telephony and personal security into one single system. One DECT6000 handset is enough for telephone calls, paging messages and other data. This allows personnel on the move to be reached in a variety of ways, at all times and regardless of location, and gives them a wide range of options in how they respond. This helps make staff more effective, and increases company efficiency.
When used as a standard telephone, the DECT6000 handset offers full functionality including internal and external dialing, electronic address book and PABX functions (e.g. call transfer). The system uses DECT, one of the best digital cordless telephone technologies available, which gives high speech intelligibility.
As a fully-featured on-site paging system, DECT6000 allows alphanumeric messages to be generated and sent to individuals or groups of users. As an example, entire groups of people (e.g. cardiac teams, fire brigade, maintenance personnel) can be contacted simultaneously when an emergency arises. Different priorities and bleep patterns can be used to identify the urgency of the message call. In addition, information like process parameters or patient data can be received and read.
An optional personal security function on the DECT6000 handset reassures lone workers or personnel operating in potentially dangerous environments (e.g. industrial complexes, psychiatric institutions, deserted premises at night). One press on the button and help is on the way, with the exact location of the person in distress.
A typical DECT6000 system consists of a control unit connected to a PABX exchange, a number of base stations and handsets (max. 128), plus a messaging desk/server and interfaces with external systems like building control, remote contacts, fire alarm and nurse call. DECT6000 functionality can easily be added to an existing (DP6000) paging system. The two systems then function as a single, integrated communications infrastructure. DECT6000 meets all the normal industry standards and requirements.
With this combination of mobility, reachability and flexibility, DECT6000 is ideal for staff in healthcare establishments (from hospitals to nursing homes, clinics and psychiatric institutions), industrial complexes (including petrochemical and electro-technical) plus many other types of organisation (e.g. retail, factories, large offices).
Notes for Editors
Philips Communication, Security & Imaging (CSI) is a global supplier of products and systems for on-site Communication, Closed-Circuit Television (CCTV) and PC Imaging applications. The on-site Communication activity comprises Congress, Public Address and Paging. The CCTV capabilities range from plug-and-play observation products (POS) to integrated systems incorporating cameras, monitors, lenses, switcher, transmission solutions and control systems. The company has its headquarter in Eindhoven (The Netherlands), with regional centers and factories in the USA, Europe and Asia
Royal Philips Electronics is one of the world's biggest electronics companies and Europe's largest, with sales of EUR 31.5 billion in 1999. It is a global leader in color television sets, lighting, electric shavers, color picture tubes for televisions and monitors, and one-chip TV products. Its 229,341 employees (end March 2000) in more than 60 countries are active in the areas of lighting, consumer electronics, domestic appliances, components, semiconductors, medical systems, and IT services (Origin). Philips is quoted on the NYSE (symbol: PHG), London, Frankfurt, Amsterdam and other stock exchanges.
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