When two-way radios for day care centers are first introduced at a busy facility, you'll soon see the many benefits of helping staff members stay in touch throughout the day. Successful day care facilities rely on many different workers to provide optimal care for young children. A two-way radio system will improve your childcare services, leading to happy parents, increased business from word-of-mouth endorsements and bigger profits.
Day Care Two-Way Radios to Keep Your Team Well-Informed
Day care can be a chaotic and stressful experience for children, their parents and providers, but with robust walkie-talkies for day care facilities, you can have a smoothly running organization that benefits all parties. If your day care center serves children of different ages, you may have many types of activities going on at once. This requires organization between supervisors, teachers, aides, nurses, food service staff and others involved in their care and well-being. With two-way radios, supervisors can contact all staff at once with important announcements, without having to use a public addressing system that could unnecessarily alarm or disturb the children. A receptionist who has important information from a parent about a particular child can quietly contact the staff and let them all know at once, without having to chase people down.
Best Two-Way Radios for Day Care
As an Authorized Motorola Dealer, Tech Wholesale is uniquely qualified to recommend the best radios for particular industries. For day care centers, it is important to have radios that are lightweight, compact and easy to use for busy professionals that are attending to young children. The radios must be discreet so they don't take away from caregiving, and they must also have clear, strong signals that can be heard over noisy kids! For these requirements, we recommend the Motorola CLP1040, Motorola's CLS Series radios and the Motorola DLR1060 digital radio.
The Motorola CLP1040 two-way radio
has 4 channels, so different sections of your facility (for example, teachers, kitchen staff, administration and cleaning crew) and can each have their own channel for communications within their department. This UHF radio comes with an adjustable earpiece and inline push-to-talk (PTT) microphone and a belt clip for clear, private conversations. It can also be used with a repeater for extended range. The Motorola CLS Series radios
are basic radios and easy to use, so you can get new staff members up-and-running quickly. Both the CLS1110
(1 channel) and CLS1410
(4 channels) can reach up to 15 floors and 200,000 square feet outdoors, so they're perfect for small and medium-sized facilities.
License-Free Digital Radios for Day Care Centers
Digital radios such as the Motorola DLR1060
are an attractive alternative to the analog UHF radios. They do not require an FCC license to operate, which saves you time and money. They also have cell phone features, such as the ability to speak to an individual in addition to broadcasting to your team. With just 1 watt, digital radios have the power and range of a 4 or 5-watt analog radio. They also provide static-free audio throughout the entire range of the radio.