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Referenzsysteme Why an annunciator system
Where do the systems monitor

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Annunciator system information

Why an annunciator system

The aim of an annunciator system is to detect any unintentional operation condition. Everey discrepancy is analysed and starts a defined sequence in which the responsible persons are informed and other actions could be taken.

Thanks to this quick and efficent information, there is enough time to start the necessary measures. The subsequent intervention prevents break downs, damages or other embarassing situations.

A good example is the monitoring of a server room. The air-conditioning and the room temperature are controlled separately. A failure of the AC causes an immediate call to the technician responsible. If the temperature is still increasing and reaches a critial level, the IT-specialist receives an alarm. He is able to take the measures to prevent a breakdown or data loss.

What is monitored

Our systems are monitoring the condition of almost every infrastructure. The spectrum reaches from a simple fuse up to checking proper server function. Some of the most common applications are listed below:

  • Room temperature
  • Humidity
  • Air quality
  • Vibration
  • UPS-systems
  • Emergency lighting
  • IT-infrastructure e.g. switches
  • Fuses
  • Fault-current circuit breakers
  • Phasing
  • Motor protectoin switches
  • Garage doors
  • Smoke emissoin
  • Decalcificaton systems
  • Production equippment
  • Liquid levels
  • Doors
  • Windows
  • Supply voltage
  • PC's and Servers
  • Fridges
  • Heating
  • Air conditioning
  • Ventilation
  • Elevators
  • Cold storages
  • Pumps
  • Escalators

Where do the systems monitor

The home of annunciator systems is almost everywhere:

  • Shopping malls
  • Hotels
  • Hospitals
  • Computer centres
  • Apartment buildings
  • Banking houses
  • Restaurants
  • Waste water plants
  • Pump stations
  • Solar plants
  • Power plants
  • Transformer stations
  • Sub stations
  • Storage tanks
  • Production sites
  • Car parks
  • Museums
  • Garages
  • Cable railways
  • Nursery
  • Greenhouses
  • Reservoirs
  • Railway control centre
  • Schoolhouses
  • Multi-purpose halls
  • Heating plants
  • Storages
  • Cold storage buildings