Emergency Notification System provides layer of security and communications for school campuses.
Telcom & Data introduces PENTON Emergency Notification Systems for Schools. Penton IP Emergency Notification solutions are easy to implement on to any existing IP Network. The Penton Notification System is an audio distribution system for Public Address and
evacuation purposes which rest on an Ethernet/IP networking architecture. The system is capable of making live paging calls in to the class room, initiating prerecorded notification messages for Fire, Severe Weather or Active Shooter threats. The Penton Notification System also provides a School Bell Schedule that is programmable from any PC.Terra Server is easy web based and easy to manage from anywhere. School districts can set up several schedules to accommodate Grade school, middle school and high school schedules.
The Terra Server software can also be installed on multiple computers at the same time, associate with microphone paging desks, IP matrix, and IP terminals. In the network, at least one computer must act as TERRA-SERVER and carrier the content of prerecorded messages and the music libraries. This server-PC is also used for system configuration settings and logging. Because this server plays a vital role in the system it can be linked to a back-up server system.
The system offers features such as single button access to individual classrooms, page all rooms, inputs for background music or recordings, and tone signals for class start and stop times. Add features including Centalized Wireless School Clocks, and Emergency Notification for Severe Weather, Code Red/Lock Down / Fire Emergency and more.
The IP Speakers provide two way functionality and includes speaker, microphone and call button. Wall mount and ceiling mount IP speakers are available for any room, cafeteria or gym area.
For more information or to get a FREE Emergency Notification System Design Quote and demonstration please call 800-335-0229 or visit https://www.bogen-paging.com/school-intercoms.aspx