Super Large EVC Systems Possible!
Baldwin Boxall announces its popular Omnicare Emergency Voice Communication (EVC) system can now be extended to include up to an incredible 8,064 outstations! The company admits that it is extremely unlikely that a system on this scale would be needed, but it does mean that previous limitations no longer exist.
Known as ‘OmnicarePLUS’, the system provides a touchscreen interface as the master point of control, with local areas taken care of via standard style panels.
Should a site require it, additional touchscreen control points can be added to the system; enabling placement in alternative control or security rooms. These will be ‘slave’ or ‘mimic’ panels unless full control is transferred due to comprise of the master control point or as required by the user(s).
Each local area control panel can handle up to 64 outstations and these can be any combination of any of the outstation types available for the Omnicare system. Site network cabling can be via copper, single mode fibre or multi-mode fibre. Features include multi-layer graphical touchscreen control, automatic call queuing, multiple touchscreen control locations with optional mimicking of status, incoming call logging, audio recording and more.
For those not familiar with Omnicare – it is a well-established, high quality system which is designed and manufactured in the UK by Baldwin Boxall. Outstation options for the system include: disabled refuge, Advance disabled refuge, fire telephones, steward telephones, combined unit (disabled refuge and fire telephone) and disabled toilet alarms.
For more information, please visit: www.baldwinboxall.co.uk.