Message Senders send alpha or numeric messages via TAP (Telocator Alphanumeric Protocol) or via RS-232 link, to a paging system. When using TAP, an analog (dial-up) line must be used. Whilst this is older technology, it is still very relevant today for a simple solution and when internet networks are down.
- The AlphaMate 250 – originally created and produced by Motorola - is now licenced to a Motorola supplier, and is available for purchase in Canada. The AlphaMate 250 is an alpha entry device comprising a standalone keyboard and display screen and is designed for medium to high volume alphanumeric paging applications.
Proven Performance & Reliability
- Can connect up to 16 systems and can send a 100 character message without having to go through a dispatch service.
- It can connect to a printer for logged reporting.
- Works with WaveWare Technologies’ SPS-5 products (which are also available through SilverCom) and with other middle hardware devices.