Our vandal resistant disabled toilet alarm range offers tough, cost‑effective, BS 8300‑2:2018 and document M compliant systems suitable for public use. We supply stand‑alone toilet alarms, multiple toilet systems with remote monitoring and combined systems with disabled refuge EVC, fire telephone, building alarms, etc. Interfaces for BMS and transmission over IP are also available. Ideal for shops, offices, hotels, factories and similar locations.
DT 7800‑212 NIOS WORKSTATION
Our NIOS PC Workstation enables operators to monitor remote disabled toilet system alarms and faults over standard IP networks. Reducing cabling and installation costs.
The workstation alerts operators to alarms by generating a warning tone. The source of the alarm is indicated on a site plan, enabling a speedy response to activations.
ACKNOWLEDGE / ACCEPT
The acknowledge function allows local or remote devices to 'accept' and temporarily mute alarms, giving reassurance that help is on its way and making verbal communication easier. If the alarm has not been reset within two minutes the alarm is reactivated.
NIOS provides network and communications fault reporting to aid maintenance and help ensure reliability. NIOS also reports toilet alarm cabling faults etc. when used in conjunction with our enhanced controllers.
Our workstation cannot usually be used to reset alarms. Disabled toilet alarms can only be reset at the toilet 'reset unit' to ensure staff attendance in the event of an alarm activation.
All alarms and faults are recorded in an event log which can easily be viewed on the workstation.
The workstation is usually supplied fully configured to your specifications. If changes are required for maintenance, etc. the NIOS application has built‑in configuration pages to make any required adjustments.
The NIOS application offers an output stream for third‑party systems, enabling our disabled toilet alarms to be incorporated into BMS and other systems.