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Setting up paging in the HAL System is as easy as adding zones to groups (called Scenarios), and then specifying the Scenarios into which each paging station can page into. The paging hardware (the Pager1 RAD) then displays the Scenario options available at that station. The user selects the desired Scenario, waits for the Ready green light indicating that all zones in that Scenario are ready to hear a message, presses the talk button, and speaks into the microphone.

The Pager1 hardware, which is automatically discovered by the system when connected to a HAL, is a table-top RAD that accepts a gooseneck via a locking 3-pin XLR connector for increased security.

The Pager1 also includes the following set of paging controls:

Click the thumbnail below to see an annotated graphic of a Paging Station (then click the Back button in the Help System to return to this topic).