RoamAlert Controller and Exciter
Monitor Many Doors from a Central Server
The RoamAlert Wander Management solution incorporates a controller and exciter, also known as an antenna, near the exit door that senses the presence of an RFID tag worn on the wrist of a memory-challenged resident. Once the tag enters the detection area (exciter field), the controller activates door locks which prevent the door from opening. At this point, caregivers can safely escort the resident away, and the doors automatically release again. Staff can also punch a code into the nearby keypad and override the locking system if necessary.
The RoamAlert system is extremely powerful and flexible. In a facility with many exits, it is possible to monitor many doors from a central server.
Monitors Exits - to prevent unauthorized tag egress
Door bypass - allows staff to escort residents without generating alarms
Continuous operations - continues to operate even if communication with the server PC is lost
Integrations - with existing access control and CCTV equipment
Battery - standard lithium coin battery backup for local database
Locks - Maglock output rated for 1A @ 24 VDC
Each Exciter is equipped with two 30 VDC, 1 Amp, NO (Normally Open) or NC (Normally Closed) relays, which can be used to activate high output alarms, magnetic door locks or other devices. In addition, an optional keypad may be connected to the Exciter to allow password controlled exit.
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