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The Gearstar POCSAG Pager was designed for situations that only require a device to alert when operating in professional or service industries like medical, hospitality, restaurant, and entertainment. When paged, the Gearstar alerts with a strong audio tone, vibration, or flashing red LED’s. Two of the three alert modes can be configured to work at the same time. The POCSAG version of the Gearstar pager is available in VHF, UHF or 900 MHz frequency bands. The Gearstar has wideband channel spacing, is fully synthesized, and has 6 programmable addresses. Up to 10 units can be stacked on one another to all charge at the same time. Rechargeable batteries will not be damaged by overcharging, and full recharge time varies from 8 to 12 hours.
To call a pager, type in the number you want and press enter. There’s no training involved and anyone can operate the system. Call guests from up to half a mile away with the long-range signal transmitter. No more time spent tracking down lost customers who strayed from the waiting area. Guests now have the freedom to wait at the bar, walk outside, go to their car or visit the restroom without missing their table.
- Increases productivity
- Maintains a quiet and pleasant atmosphere
- Discretely track waiting times
- Eliminates noisy overhead paging
- Reduces labour costs
- Eliminates walkaway and lost revenues
- Faster turn around of services
- Faster service means fewer complaints
- Increases bottom line
- Easy Installation
- Three Alert Types: LED, Audible & Vibrate
- Reliable Paging Technology
- Tough, Durable, Waterproof & Dust Proof Casing
- Includes all equipment (chargers, cords, bases)
- 1/2 Mile Transmitter Line of Sight
- Two Year Warranty
- Stack and Charge Design
- Over-The-Air Programming
- Auto Locate Feature
Any product that you purchase will be accepted for an exchange or refund within 30 days from date of purchase, as long as contents are not damaged.
If making a return, we will credit your account within 5 business days (from receipt of package) and it will show on your next statement depending on the issuing bank and/or billing cycle. If you have requested an exchange, your account will be credited for the return and charged for the new item.