PAS (Personal Alarm System) is an ultrasonic emergency notification/communication system that determines the location of an individual within a facility when he or she activates their Personal Alarm Transmitter (PAT) device.
Personal Duress Systems
Personal Alarm System for Emergency Response
Personal Duress FAQs
What are Personal Duress Systems?
Personal duress systems help keep staff working in high threat environments safe. A Personal Protection Device (PPD) is activated by a button push, pull-pin, or man-down (device tilt) event, sending a signal to a network of sensor units concealed throughout the building. The location, status, and identity of the PPD appears on a map-based display in the control room so an appropriate response can be initiated.
Personal Alarm System
Why Personal Duress?
Personal duress systems provide a simple and effective way to keep employees safe. Each battery-powered PPD is individually identified and the system can be configured to display user names or other information in the control room.