Two-way Radios with Reassuring Safety Features September 3,2020.

A lot of people look at two-way radios as mere communication tools, but what they don’t know is that some two-way radios can also be their safety crutch in dangerous environments. Everybody agrees that safety is a top priority, a first concern, no matter what you do. So, what about a two-way radio designed with safety-enhancing features that will keep you safe or will deliver the help you need should an accident happens? Sounds reassuring, right?

BelFone BF-TD51X series are designed with the user’s safety in mind. Integrated with Mandown, Lone Worker, Emergency Alert, GPS, Geofencing, these handheld radios are able to help you keep your workers both connected and safe.


Mandown is a popular safety feature that uses a tilt sensor and timer to detect abnormal movements or angles of a worker’s radio that could indicate a fall or injury. If such abnormalities are detected, the radio will automatically send a signal to the command center to report a possible accident so that the commander can check in and react accordingly.

Two way Radios with Mandown

Lone Worker

Lone Worker is another prevalent safety feature that allows the commander to set a time limit for a worker’s radio silence. If a worker has not initiated a single PTT talk over a certain amount of time, the radio will trigger a Lone Worker alarm and report to the command center.

Walkie Talkie with Lone Worker

Built-in GPS

With built-in GPS, the radio can send real-time location information to the command center, equipping the commander with a better field grasp, increasing dispatching efficiency.

Geo Fencing

Geo Fencing enables the commander to set limits on a worker’s activity area. If the worker oversteps the boundary, an alarm will go off and the commander will be the first to know.

Geo Fencing in Two Way Radios

BelFone BF-TD51X series are engineered to operate in hazardous environments to deliver safety as well as efficiency.

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