Industries that benefit from CrewCom Wireless Systems:

  • Construction, Utilities, Site Survey, Crane Operation, Industrial Manufacturing, Water Treatment Plants, Directional Drilling

CrewCom Specifications:

  • 2.4 GHz Frequency Hopping Spread Spectrum
  • 2 Intercom Channels
  • 10 Hours of Continuous Use
  • No License Required
  • No Frequency Coordination
  • Full Duplex
  • Secure Conversation
  • Up to 5 Wireless Users Per Base Station
  • Up to 4 Wired Users Per Base Station
  • Lithium-Ion Batteries

CrewCom vs. Competition

Unlike walkie-talkies or cell-phone connect systems, CrewCom offers instantly available, telephone like 2-way communication to multiple users, with interference free clarity, digitally secured private conversations, and up to 10 hours of continuous talk time.

  Hands Free Talk Time (hrs) Private
Secure Conversation
Talk Channels Full
Max Users Talking License Free Automatic Frequency Selection All Digital Instant Connect Always Available Requires
Monthly Subscription
CrewCom Y 10 Y 2 Y 9 Y Y Y Y Y N
Walkie Talkie N ? N 1 N 1/2 N N N Y Y N
Cell Phone N 3-4 Y 1 Y 1 Y Y Y N N Y
Wireless Communication

Increase Safety and Productivity
On many job sites there are often times where voice communications between workers are “Mission Critical” for either worker safety or increased productivity. Whether the situation calls for better coordination amongst workers to enhance productivity, or work-site hazards that demand accurate and potentially life-saving instructions between workers, communication is a key element in many work environments.

In the past, communication solutions have included: wired intercom systems (not practical in many environments and applications), ‘Walkie-Talkie’ radio and telephone systems that are half-duplex (talk or listen but not both at
the same time and are not ‘hands-free’), hand signaling and yelling instructions. Professional wireless intercom communications systems were available for some of these applications but often required significant technical
knowledge and government licensing. Recent advances in radio transmission technology and changes in government radio frequency requirements have facilitated dramatic advances in wireless communications.

Groups of Workers can Communicate Separately on a Single System
Today, CrewCom™ Wireless allows for multiple workers to speak hands-free in full-duplex (like a telephone with everyone on an extension). In addition, different groups of workers can communicate separately on a single
system. If needed, supervisory or other personnel can change communications from one group to another group simply and quickly.

No License Required

CrewCom™ Wireless all-digital technology takes advantage of the latest advances in digital radio transmission. CrewCom™ Wireless uses a special frequency (2.4 GHz) that requires no end-user government licensing of any
kind anywhere in the world. In addition the latest advances in semiconductors and battery technology allow for a lightweight comfortably designed system that allows up to 10 hours of use with the built-in rechargeable battery.
Other features include: weather resistant design, provision for 2 directly connected headsets and 2 additional wired BeltPacks at the BaseStation, and a variety of user headsets. These features have secured CrewCom™
Wireless’ position as a leader in wireless communications for Sports and Industrial Communications.