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Nurse Call System Integration

Our Radio Integration System (RIS) easily adds radio technology to your existing pager-enabled nurse call system. The RIS connects directly to your nurse call system via a USB connection or serial port connection. Alerts are then sent to your UHF

two-way radios. 

For standard UHF analog or digital radios, the RIS uses Microsoft text-to-speech technology to announce the alerts over the speaker of the radio. When using our Sure-Response SR-3202 radio, the RIS can also send the alert via text over the LCD of the radio. 

The RIS comes complete and ready to seamlessly connect with your existing or new nurse call system. Simply connect to your system with the included DB9 serial or USB cable, position the antenna, connect to the internet, plug in the 120v AC power and turn it on. Our support team is always ready to assist you with any questions or concerns you may have when initially connecting or anytime after. 

Due to the RIS using more than 2 watts of power, the FCC requires that your community have an FCC license. The license gives your community its own private frequencies and is valid for a period of 10 years. A Sure-Response team member can answer any questions you may have concerning the license and assist you in the application process. 

How does the radio integration system (RIS) work?



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The RIS is compatible with a variety of industry-standard nurse call systems:



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Internet access and TeamViewer is required for install or support assistance.
Sure-Response currently holds a commercial license for TeamViewer version 11.
You can download our TeamViewer version free of charge here ->

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