Kenwood Nexedge Digital Radio Systems

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Kenwood Nexedge Digital Radio Systems

The Kenwood Nexedge digital radio is one of the most advanced two way radio systems available. It features emergency key and emergency call features as standard, along with GPS modules, lone worker, and emergency advanced motion detection function. It is proven in mining applications and meets the IP67 standard for dust intrusion and immersion. It is also capable of UHF operation from 400-520 MHz or VHF 136-174Mhz. With its sophisticated sound analysis and optimization technologies, the Kenwood Nexedge digital radio is perfect for any business or organization that needs a reliable, convenient, and effective means of communication.

 

We regularly integrate these communication devices into our radio network because of their proven reliability and because of the durability that they can offer to people throughout mining sites worldwide.  Many of our customers have found that the Kenwood Nexedge digital radios are a perfect fit for their specific needs and requirements. Thanks to their Active Noise Canceling technology, these radios can provide crystal clear communication even in the most challenging environments. If you’re looking for a top-of-the-line two way radio systems, then the Kenwood Nexedge Digital Radio offers a number of advantages for your mining site:

 

Better logistics: With superior communication capabilities, the Kenwood Nexedge digital radio can help improve the overall efficiency of your mining operation.

 

Safer work environments: By providing workers with clear and concise communication, you can help minimize the risk of accidents and injuries in the workplace.

 

Easier coordination: When everyone on the mining site is equipped with a Kenwood digital radio, communication becomes simpler and more streamlined, allowing for a more coordinated operation.

 

Faster response times: In the event of an emergency, having a two-way radio system that can quickly and easily connect you with the necessary personnel can be the difference between life and death.

 

Emergency alarms and optimized GPS for worker location:  The Kenwood Nexedge digital radio also features emergency alarms and optimized GPS for worker location. This can help you quickly and easily identify the location of any workers who may be in distress.

 

With so many advantages to offer, it’s no wonder that the Kenwood Nexedge digital radio is one of the most popular two way radios on the market today for underground mining.

 

We can integrate these digital radios into your leaky feeder system. If you are interested in upgrading your on-site communications,  please don’t hesitate to contact us today. We would be happy to discuss your specific needs and see how we can help you get the most out of your two-way radio system.

 

The Kenwood Nexedge digital radio is just one example of the type of two-way radios that we offer at our company. We have a wide range of products to choose from, and we can help you find the right solution for your specific needs. 

 

Contact us today to at Becker Wholesale Mine Supply and learn more about our two-way radio systems and how they can benefit your mining operation.

Communication By SMARTCOM

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Communication By Smartcom

We speak your language, Here we talk about Becker Mining’s communication by SMARTCOM Solutions. It allows radio and data transmission throughout the mine.

Network Infrastructure

Becker Mining Systems offers extensive network infrastructure to underground mines. We offer a range of wireless and cabled solutions to meet your needs for voice and data transmission.

SmartCom Wi-Fi / Fibre Networks

High-speed data transfer to mobile devices and computers via wireless infrastructure opens up new possibilities for safety and productivity. It provides high-speed connectivity for many applications, including wireless VoIP and seamless roaming of client device (i.e. Mobile devices such as smartphones, tablets, and laptops, advanced vehicular dispatch systems and industrial serial communication devices, process automation, and any other device that can use a wireless, fiber, or serial backbone.

Becker Mining Systems has developed a variety of Wi-Fi devices in response to increasing customer demand. The WRAP260 series is an upgrade to the WRAP250 series. It consists of electronic routers and switches that are intrinsically safe for connecting wireless terminal devices to an ethernet fiber-optic network. The WRAP260 series comprises wireless LAN routers as well as fiber optic switches that support 1 Gbit/s data rates. There are many options for switches and routers that can be used to meet different needs. These devices can transmit state-of the-art wireless technology into even the most hazardous areas of a mine. They are safe to operate in explosive areas (Levels of protection “ia”, IEC 60079, Category 1 ATEX), even if the power supply goes down. Dual band routers, the WRAP260 routers can communicate in both the 2.4 GHz or 5 GHz frequency bands for less interference with other subscribers.

All WRAP260 routers are available with tagging & track functionality to integrate with RTLS systems. They can also be used as tag-readers on the UHF frequency band.

SmartCom Leaky Feeder Cable LFC Networks

SmartCom LFC systems offer seamless voice and data communications anywhere they are needed during a mining or tunneling operation. They also provide remote and local diagnostics. SmartCom LFC is available in VHF and UHF frequencies. It leads the industry in performance, reliability, and maintenance.

If you would like to learn more about options for communication in a mining or tunneling operation and communication by SMARTCOM Solutions, contact us today! Becker Whole Sale Mine Supply has what your Business needs!

Leaky Feeder Communication System For Your Business

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Leaky Feeder Communication System For Your Business

Leaky feeder communication systems are underground mining solutions that are used in tunnel environments. These systems are used to ensure optimal communication in any environment where traditional communication is difficult. A leaky feeder system will provide a cable run with titles that can receive radio waves and function like an antenna. Because the cable has gaps and slots along its outer conductor, it is susceptible to radio signals leaking out or leaking into the cable. The whole cable can be used as an antenna to transmit radio signals and provides a simple system for personnel to carry reportable transceivers.

The feeder picks up transmissions from receivers and carries them to other parts of the tunnel, as well as two-way communication. Although signal loss can occur along the feeder, it is typically at frequencies below 1 GHz. A series of repeaters placed along the network line ensures that there is a clear signal. This allows signals of all types to be transmitted along the lines with perfect clarity. Many antennas can be included in the system to provide higher frequencies of communication.

In the mining industry, leaky feeder communications are common. They are used to wirelessly communicate between miners. This system can be used to communicate with minors when the transceiver’s size is small enough that they can comfortably wear it throughout a shift. These systems can include headset communication, or even a small walkie talkie. This makes it easy to communicate in the tunnel, as well as in industrial communications. They can be used to communicate with everything, from mining sites to industrial buildings. Even in the most hostile environments, signals can still be booted with coordination of repeaters and antennas.

Today’s leaky feeders are more likely to contain piddling communications for underground networks that are in the New York subways and London tunnel systems. The features have been modified with radio frequency identifying data and metallic strips. This can be used to monitor and repair the network, as well as inventory various tools used at industrial and mining sites. Companies are using these types of innovations to Leaky feeders to increase efficiency and quality of communication across industrial sites around the world.

Contact us today to find out more about leaky feeders for your business. For decades, we have established radio communication systems for large industrial sites and leaky feeder communications systems. We’re ready to implement new systems that will improve safety at your mine site.

All About Tunnel Communication Systems

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All About Tunnel Communication Systems

In mining, communication remains one of the most important factors to consider for maintaining safety. The latest in tunnel communication systems for mining has changed the nature of the industry and allowed for a much greater track record for safety. 

Modern radio communications for tunnel use offer workers the chance to use digital radio technology to maintain crystal clear communications in the tunnels of a mining site. Radio communication systems for mining tunnels will allow workers to stay in communication with management or emergency services. By utilizing digital radio technology, mining companies can now offer tunnel communication systems that use less power, maintain better quality communications and are lighter in weight than their predecessors.

Digital radio communications work through a mobile low-power transmitter system. These transmitters are positioned at intervals along the mining tunnel to broadcast a signal. These transmitters allow workers to tap in and share data, communicate over voice and have the same level of communication they would with a smartphone connected to the grid.

Radio communications have many uses in mining sites such as preventing mishaps and  improving efficiency. By using radio technology, workers can communicate more easily and with less delay than ever before. They can broadcast signals to each other in real time, share information immediately and provide management with constant updates on the status of the mining site. Tunnel communication systems also make it possible to monitor the behavior and movement of people and equipment automatically in a mining site. Most radios are now equipped with GPS technology and data tracking to provide real time data on what has occurred and where workers are located in the tunnel.

GPS technology makes it possible to monitor the movement of goods and equipment, especially when combined with other electronics such as wireless scales or cameras that can identify who is using a piece of equipment or how many people are using a certain route. The information received from these improves efficiency, reduces equipment wear, and prevents collisions. 

Above all else, digital communications provide the lifeline that workers need in an emergency. Digital radio communications can be used to alert emergency services, coordinate with managers above ground and tap into emergency alarms for instant response wherever a worker may be. In case an evacuation is needed,  workers can indicate their exact location and communicate effectively as they exit the mines. 

The modern mining industry has embraced tunnel communication system technology and is using it to create a safer work environment for workers. It provides workers the ability to communicate faster than ever before, while also providing some of the quickest responses to any emergency situations that may arise during a shift.

If you are interested in learning more about the latest mining technology for your business, contact us today. Our team has a wide range of quality digital communications that will help you maintain a better sense of security and communication on any job site.