Vox Ignis Limited announces the release of their ViLX Commander, a GUI supplied as a complete package, with an EN54-4 power supply and an industrial panel PC with a telephone handset integrated.
ViLX Commander forms the front end to the Lexicomm Network, and can control up-to 64 network panels, which can be master panels or system expanders, multiple LX Commander’s can be utilized for complex sites.
The application comes complete with an editor allowing the engineer to place bitmaps or jpegs, and place buttons for EVCS outstations, and Assist Call systems, as well as area buttons, allowing multiple screens to be interlinked.
Once a call comes in, ViLX Commander switches to the specific screen for that call, allowing the operator to visualise the location of the call, reducing training for the staff.
The system distinguishes between Disabled Refuge points and Fire Telephone points if they are combined, allowing easy integration, the software also allows the BS8300 accept for Emergency Assist Alarm calls, so the person calling knows help is on the way.
The GUI connects to a standard network through the ViLX-EX8 system expander allowing easy integration into the network solution from Vox Ignis.
Vox Ignis Limited is a company located in the North East of England who specialise in the design and manufacture of emergency voice communication systems (EVCS) and Emergency Assist Alarm Systems, with brushed stainless finishes on outstations.