Networked Panic Alarm

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A Networked Panic Alarm (NPA) usually consists of buttons which, when pressed, activates the alarm by sending a signal to either the local emergency controller or over IP networks, to take an action to assist someone who is in trouble, or to a monitoring service. The advantages of NPA is allowing to take advantage of existing network cabling when upgrading systems or adding new devices to existing equipment without any extra cost or cabling. NPA system supports 1 nos to 254 panic alarm in a single networks up-to 4096 in a server.



Being IP, it is much easier and quicker to install in existing network, and therefore less labor intensive and more economic. Montoring centrallay with all events and records all alarms. It has applications in all kinds of public and commercial buildings, including hospitals, elderly homes, schools, universities, factories, offices, restaurants, hotels, shops, etc. The alarm is distinctive in appearance and sound, so it cannot be confused with fire alarms, and is specifically for the disabled person to gain help in an emergency.


  • Push to call buttons with manual key
  • Basic system includes a waterproof call button
  • Waterproof reset button to cancel the alarm after rescue
  • Emergency call alarm located outside the room
  • Buttons waterproof to IP 65 with pull cord
  • IP69 waterproof can be use in spa, suana
  • Can be monitored centrally from a security desk
  • Compatible with wireless repeater to cover long distance


  • Add individual alarms over network
  • Add local alarm systems over network
  • Local, centralized, off-site monitoring / event logs available
  • Makes use of existing infrastructure
  • Reduces cabling costs, allows retro-fitting etc.
  • Ideal for large buildings, campuses etc.


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