Guardian's flexibility lets you choose the solution that's best suited to your site and work pattern.
For example, your lone workers' Guardian mobiles can be programmed to call a pre-selected phone number - an essential safety provision when no other workers are on-site. Or they can send alarms directly to other personnel, who will provide assistance.
Guardian mobile options and features:
Designed for situations where no other workers are on-site, an initiated alarm triggers an autodialler to send a pre-programmed message to the recipient you select - for example head office or monitoring bureau.
The mobile units are alarm transmitters only. They call send four alarm types, with the options of activation by rip cord or tilt switch.
Suited for covering larger areas where personnel are out of sight of each other. All communication from each Guardian mobile is relayed via a central control unit to the other mobiles.
The mobile units feature alphanumeric display and can send three alarm types, with the option of rip cord or tilt switch activation or vibrating user alert.
A simple yet effective stand-alone solution, ideal where employees work within a known area and within transmission range of the Guardian mobile units, but out of sight of each other.
As the mobile units transmit directly to each other, no central equipment is required. The units feature alphanumeric display and can send three alarm types, with the option of rip cord or tilt-switch activation or vibrating user alert.
As the units can send messages to each other, this system also offers particularly cost-effective staff protection.
Guardian is used by people who work alone in dangerous environments in known locations. When an alarm is raised, colleagues know where to go to offer help.
The system can be used over small distances WITHOUT central equipment. Coverage on larger site requires a receiver and transmitter linked by a central control unit that is also used to set the system parameters.
Guardian can be operated as either a standalone system or can be linked to third party security systems using remote contacts.
- Hospitals (psychiatric units)
Nurses and doctors working with psychiatric patients.
Employees in danger of falling from heights, working with, electricity, dangerous chemicals or moving machinery.
For teachers and caretakers.
- Security applications
Security guards working out of sight of each other might be at risk of attack.
Government officials might be attacked or need to summon assistance.