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Base Station Connectivity for Every Home, Only from SCRAM Systems

Easy for Everyone to Connect

The landscape of home communications is changing. That’s why SCRAM Systems covers the full range of connectivity options in our base station for SCRAM Continuous Alcohol Monitoring and SCRAM House Arrest.

The base station communicates with SCRAM CAM and House Arrest bracelets to send testing and reporting data to SCRAMnet and to send updates to the bracelets. 

Four Ways for Clients to Connect

  • Ethernet
  • Cellular
  • Wi-Fi
  • Landline

No Landline? No Problem.

Households across the U.S. are cutting the cord on landlines in favor of cellular and Internet communications options. Government data shows:

  • Less than half of U.S. households still have traditional phone lines
  • More than 70% of adults aged 25-34 and adults who rent rely exclusively on a cell phone
  • More than 75% of U.S. households have Internet service

Most base stations on the market today were designed over a decade ago and struggle to connect in modern homes. But SCRAM Systems offers the most comprehensive base station connectivity options in the corrections industry. Whether your alcohol or house arrest clients use cellular, home Internet, or a landline, your program is covered.

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Client Voices

SCRAM CAM Testimonial

Hear Ron talk about his struggles with alcohol and how SCRAM CAM helped get his life back on track.