Press Release Summary:
Sentinel(TM) works in conjunction with Spectrum 430/460 Intercom System. Calls from Sentinel station to master station are placed upon recognition of qualified audio event, such as distress call, or by pressing call button. Since ambient noise levels differ depending on time of day, sensitivity is adjustable for day and night. Tamper-proof speaker and call button combined with heavy-gauge, stainless-steel construction make station suited for parking garages and correctional facilities.
Original Press Release:
Sound Detection Technology Maximizes Safety and Security
Jeron Electronic Systems Inc. announces the release of the Sentinel(TM) Sound Detector Substation for the Spectrum® 430/460 Intercom System. Calls from the Sentinel station to the master station are placed upon recognition of a qualified audio event, such as a scream, a yell for help, or other distress call, or by pressing the call button. The tamper-proof speaker and call button combined with heavy-gauge, stainless-steel construction make this station ideal for use in parking garages, correctional facilities, and other areas where the station may be subject to physical abuse.
Programmable attributes such as sensitivity range, frequency range, sound event qualification and call window times, extended sound reject and ambient adjust times, and the number of detected sound events work together to help eliminate the placement of erroneous calls by noises such as car horns or sirens, and ensure that screams or other distress signals are recognized and place calls.
Since ambient noise levels may differ depending on time of day, sensitivity is independently adjustable for both day and night modes of operation. Sentinel stations may be programmed to place two different priority calls, one when a qualified audio event is detected, and the other by a button press, allowing the attendant at the master station to quickly assess the call and take appropriate action. Sentinel attributes are centrally programmable using Windows® based software. No mechanical adjustments are necessary.
Sentinel stations are available in two and three-gang models. No additional wiring is necessary to support Sentinel functions. Sentinel stations connect to a Spectrum 430/460 Central Exchange using single-twisted pair wiring, allowing easy replacement of existing substations with Sentinel Sound Detector substations.
Spectrum 430/460 Digital Duplex Intercoms provide hands-free, duplex voice communications for a wide range of applications including parking facilities, college campuses, public areas, and correctional facilities.
Jeron offers a comprehensive lineup of digital duplex intercom systems, nurse call systems, ADA-compliant intercom systems, and detention-grade call systems. Jeron serves the healthcare, commercial, industrial, institutional, educational, and government marketplace with nearly 40 years of experience.
From its founding in 1965, Jeron has earned a solid reputation for innovative engineering, quality manufacturing, and service-oriented sales support. Jeron products are designed and manufactured in the USA at its Chicago headquarters.
For more information regarding Spectrum 430/460, or any of Jeron's communication solutions, contact Jeron Electronic Systems Inc. at 1743-55 West Rosehill Drive, Chicago IL, 60660 Phone: 773-275-1900 Fax: 773-275-0283 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Web: www.jeron.com or contact your regional sales manager.