The TTI Guardian combines a personal duress alarm
button with both Man Down
and No-Response alarms. With the wireless repeaters deployed throughout a site, location information and alarms can be sent wirelessly to the Hub, or to other two-way pagers on the system. Not only is the location of the alarm relayed, the user information is also sent. This allows your response teams to not only know where to look, but also who to look for.
Three Types of Alarms
- The personal duress alarm
is activated by a simple button press on either the call fob, or on the two way pager. User and location information is quickly sent across the repeater network back to the Hub and to other users on the system.
- The No-Response feature can be turned on and off as needed. When making rounds or working in un-manned areas of a site the No-Response feature can be turned on to provide another layer of protection to your lone worker security
. With the No-Response feature a periodic alert is sent to the workers pager or Fob requiring an acknowledgement back from their device. In the event of two missed responses a notification providing user and location information is sent to the Hub or two-way pagers on the system.
- Similar to the No-Response alarm, the Man-Down alarm
feature can be turned on and off. With the feature enabled when the device is tipped beyond a certain angle a tilt switch inside the call fob or two-way pager automatically sends a notification providing user and location information to the Hub or two way pagers on the system.