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Conveniently monitor and control temperatures when and where it matters
Orbit Communications
Remote temperature monitoring and alarm systems from Orbit Communications are ideal to remotely monitor cold stores
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Activate or deactivate pumps or valves remotely at the touch of a button
Orbit Communications
Wireless remote water monitoring and management systems from Orbit Communications can be used to indicate water flows
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BodyGuard personal handheld tag
Orbit Communications
Proximity Detection and Warning Systems for improved workplace safety and less machinery damage
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Located in Auburn, SafeZone specialise in wireless warning beacons and wireless vehicle detection systems for road and rail applications.
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Electronics importers & distributors agents for all forms of electronic components.
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Orbit Communications are proud to supply Australian made products, specialising in wireless remote control and monitoring, remote water tank monitoring and pump control, remote temperature monitor and alarm systems, wireless irrigation control ...
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PARTY2THAMAX Public Safety Services provide Quality Low Cost Emergency Vehicle Warning Systems in Australia.
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Fork Ranger offers secure, reliable and cost effective warning systems to help prevent workplace accidents and incidents.
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Emergency Alert Systems (EAS) specialise in wireless emergency warning solutions for premises applications including wireless warning beacons for premises applications and road applications and also vehicle sirens and lights.
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Vehicle and personnel proximity warning system
Supplier news
11/11/09 - Orbit Communications has recently secured an arrangement to install its BodyGuard proximity detection and warning system into the USA.
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12/11/08 - Australian Forklift Training discuss whether forklifts require reversing beepers or lights. According to WorkCover’s website, the answer is ‘No’. However, if these warning devices are fitted to the forklift, the employer must maintain them. If a risk ...

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