Call buttons provide a simple means of sending notifications or requests for service within industrial environments and factories.

A range of transmission methods are available including WiFi, LoRa, Zigbee and even cellular, so they’ll be a solution to meet your protocols.

Here are a few of the regular uses our customers find with these settings.

Requests for assistance

Production line and picking points have call buttons to request service and up to 3 other requests (per button). Such requests include:

  • Supervisor assistance
  • Restock required
  • Ready for collection
  • Permission / notification to leave a line


Dinggly Voice Call Buttons

In addition Dinggly Voice buttons allow spoken messages to be recorded and sent, greatly increasing a buttons flexibility.


Virtual call buttons, via a tablet

Alternatively virtual call buttons are offered, via tablet. This allows much more flexibility over which messages are sent, plus the addition of text and voice message.


Message Hub

Whether it’s used as a total solution or an add-on to a call button system, Dinggly’s Messenger Hub is a great way for your team to stay in-touch.

Dinggly paging systems receive calls on smart devices and wrist pagers. With Message Hub your team can also receive messages sent from the hub. It’s a great compliment to any Dinggly system and to some operators it’s the only system they actually need.

How are calls received?

To your phone or tablet, as an action list via the Dinggly App.

To a Dinggly Wrist Pager, as an action list.

As an interactive call status display, with pop-up notifications, on any device running Google Chrome browser.

To a Dinggly-supported smartplug, allowing buttons to command devices including lights and sirens.

Any combination of receiving devices can used within any Dinggly system

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