Evacuation System - TCU Managed

Easily manage your evacuation system with our touchscreen control unit and optional smartphone app

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What's An Evacuation System?

Risks for workers within certain industries are higher than others due to additional hazards within the operating environment. If it's feasible that your workplace or job site may need to be evacuated, then you need an evacuation system that can be relied upon to do the job.

An evacuation system is generally comprised of a trigger, which alerts key personnel on site to the evacuation emergency, and sirens, which quickly tell everyone that an evacuation needs to take place.

The configuration of your workplace and your emergency response plan will determine how many triggers and sirens you should install, and how these devices should be monitored and managed.

Vanguard Wireless’ innovative evacuation triggers and sirens address traditional barriers to installing and using an evac system: they’re simple to install, simple to manage and simple to maintain – all by your own team.


The Benefit Of Our Touchscreen Control Unit

Traditional safety alert systems rely on manual management and maintenance. You don’t know if devices have lost power or connectivity until you go to use one. From a safety perspective, this mix of assumption and chance is dangerous, particularly in a life or death situation.

A point of difference when comparing our systems against others in the market is our operating system. The centralised management and maintenance control panel is what helps remove any speculation from system management.

Utilising the Touchscreen Control Unit (TCU) and/or smartphone app (iOS and Android) system managers can:

  • View in real time any device's system connectivity and power status
  • View system users and their activity
  • Add or edit users including unique names and passwords
  • Enable and connect devices (if you need to expand your system in conjunction with your project's expansion)
  • Name and rename devices
  • Set up SMS notifications (should you also opt into using our smartphone app)
  • Introduce authority protocols to prevent false evacuation alerts
  • Adjust evacuation siren settings to suit your site requirements
  • Trigger an evacuation or lockdown (when the latter is enabled)
  • End an evacuation or lockdown
  • Test sirens
  • Send push notifications to key personnel
  • Quickly position/reposition new devices
  • Monitor system events remotely

To learn more about the TCU click HERE.


Simple To Install

  • Wireless construction – no specialist installation
  • Installed in minutes – learn it into the central system, locate it, name it, monitor it
  • Easily retrofitted


Simple To Manage

  • Real time individual unit power and connectivity status updates
  • Single button alert triggers and cancellations
  • Event reporting
  • Optional SMS notifications











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