There's an emergency at the industrial plant, and it's not safe to use your cell phone, but you have to pass on messages. No sweat; FHF Safety Products has introduced the Ferntel IP, the savior of the masses in hazardous areas.
The Ferntel IP, reportedly the world's first UL approved VoIP telephone, overcomes the barriers of harsh and corrosive environments. It is considered a vital communications tool in the process area and an ideal phone to improve plant safety without compromising productivity.
Critical areas need critical equipment and Ferntel IP telephones, which can easily be identified during emergencies by their bright red and yellow color, and installed using the existing network in the plants. As these phones use universal protocols, integration into any major VoiP telephone system is seamless.
These industrial and hazardous area VoIP phones are rugged in construction and don't buckle in even the most challenging of environments. They don't need any external protection, so installation costs are further reduced.
With a three-year warranty and minimal maintenance required, Ferntel IP phones are good companions in bad conditions and bad weather.
With onboard LCD displays, these phones are easy to set up in the field. Using a standard Web browser, advanced settings can be remotely configured and accessible over the network.
Questions can be answered, concerns addressed and problems identified – all immediately with IP phones in the process area, as communication with personnel in the hazardous area remains intact.
Benefits to industrial users are immense: reduced costs, faster ROI, increased productivity and increased safety.
Since 2005, FHF has deployed thousands of industrial SIP phones worldwide and has worked with every major VOIP system vendor, making sure they will integrate seamlessly into most systems.
Effective working and high-grade, comfortable features is what FHF has tried to achieve through its Ferntel IP Phones.
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Edited by Braden Becker