Local examples: Universities, schools, gymnasiums, spas, parking garages, zoos, public utilities, hotels, shopping malls, and much more.
Many municipal institutions no longer have supervisors. At the same time, however, there are more high-quality and sensitive operating facilities in the building services that need to be monitored. This is where now fault message systems are used, which also targeted remote alarming in critical operating conditions.
The functional range extends from a simple SVE DIN rail collective fault annunciator for 8 messages to the multifunctional web-enabled ICT system.
e.g. Uni Kiel: Fault reporting system for technical equipment with door monitoring in the botanical garden, with remote alarm and remote inquiry via smartphone.
The innovative WA 40 illuminated field fault signaling system was used.
This multifunctional Windows-Alarm-Annunciator system can detect 40-200 messages. In addition, an email text alert is possible, as well as a status query via an integrated webpage.
The plain text message system C3text for 24-320 messages is also frequently used, as is the CC24plus compact fault message unit in wall units in smaller installations. This system records up to 24 messages with inscribable LED display and has u.a. In addition to a UPS also an integrated telephone modem for automatic voice remote alarm service.