Using the built-in alert button on the transmitter, a teacher wearing the pendant microphone can discreetly send a signal for help. An entire network is alerted to respond promptly and appropriately to the situation. The SAFE System consists of a receiver/amplifier unit, teardrop microphone, Monitoring Station, and either a Network Adapter or a security camera. It can be customized to process alert notifications according to each specific school district policy.
Wirelessly transmits a silent alert signal to the ceiling-mounted sensor. Simply press and hold the discreet alert button to activate the system.
Receives the alert signal from the microphone and sends it to the classroom network device. LED lights display red to indicate that the message has been sent and green when it has been acknowledged.
Relays the information over the network to the SAFE controller while providing a backup ambient microphone.
Monitors all network devices. Instantly sends a notification to the MS-1000 if an alert is triggered or one of the network devices goes offline. Email alerts are sent to administrators and appropriate personnel.
Sounds an alert and strobe lights flash in the front or administrators office while displaying location information in the units message window.
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