Voice Powered System™ (VPS™) Product Overview
|Why you need VPS™|
The core VPS™ consists of:
Additional component options available include:
The Emergency Communication Station (ECS), Main Control Console (MCC) and Secondary Control Console (SCC) are permanently installed inside the building in key locations where Security Personnel are traditionally posted such as a Security Desk and / or Watch Location. This ensures failsafe communications that are operational 24/7, and even more critically, that provide the much needed lifeline when other communication systems fail.
The Portable Control Console (PCC) is a valuable addition providing for remote emergency access. It is simply plugged into a connection jack on the exterior of the building for operation. The PCC is highly recommended for Emergency Personnel use at times when access to either the lobby or the building is not possible. It allows for the immediate establishment of a Remote Emergency Communication Station. The PCC contains "skins", or a set of flip switches, each of which are mapped exactly to a corresponding building, allowing for control and monitoring of the communication system. In the event of a severe emergency, such as the events of 9/11, lifesaving efforts are enhanced by providing Emergency Responders with PCC's that cover the entire building complex. This ensures communications between Emergency Personnel and those victims trapped in the building. The MCC, SCC and PCC are all designed for multiple operators should both Fire and Police Personnel require simultaneous coordination.
There is no one system that can promise you everything but a Voice Powered System by Hose-McCann offers you the greatest reliability over all the other technologies.
Hose-McCann is dedicated to providing you with safe, reliable and cost effective solutions for building communications. Our commitment to quality is reflected in our ISO 9001: 2000 Quality Assurance Certification for both "type" and "company".
We will help you to keep the lifeline of communication open. Let your voices be heard.
We invite you to call us at (954) 429-1110 to discuss your voice communication needs.
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