Popular network break bell system now has calendar scheduling feature for more flexible bell scheduling with built-in real time clock (RTC) Synchronizing with NTP server

Linortek announced today that it has expanded the feature set for its Linortek Netbell bell controller, adding a calendar feature to boost its functionality as a school bell system. Netbell is a simple, cost effective timed alert solution. The new calendar scheduling feature allows for more flexible bell scheduling.

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Innovative Network Hour Meter Uses ‘Internet of Things’ Technology for Easy Remote Monitoring Run Time of Motors, Machines, and other Expensive Equipment.

Profitability is heavily impacted by a business’ efficiency, and when it comes to maintenance of industrial or manufacturing equipment, maximizing that efficiency can be a challenge.

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Netbell-K Web-based Standalone Break Buzzer System
Innovative Netbell™-KB provides an embedded, web page scheduling software for an ease-of-use industrial automated break buzzer system

When factory administrators were looking for an easier way to signal shift changes, general alarm and breaks in areas of high ambient noise levels, they turned to Linortek. Now, the company that’s known for its expertise in Internet of Things (IoT) technology development has delivered their solution: the Linortek Netbell-KB Break Buzzer System.

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Innovative Netbell provides easy-to-use, web page bell scheduling software via “Internet of Things” technology For School & Factory Break Bell System.

When school and factory administrators were looking for an easier way to manage their break bells, they turned to Linortek. Now, the company that’s known for its expertise in Internet of Things (IoT) technology development has delivered their solution: the Linortek Netbell-K.

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New product allows wireless setup and control of scheduled bells for schools, churches, and factories.

The Internet of Things (IoT) is bringing about its own technological revolution. Operating on the principle of connecting electronic devices through the internet, the IoT premise simplifies or eliminates wiring, control systems and telecommunication link-up on everything from printers to home alarm systems. This results in easier installations and lower costs for the end user. There’s no need to hook a security camera to an RG-6 cable or a TV monitor when it can use WiFi to transmit its signal to a smart phone app, after all.

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