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    TrueSite Workstatio(TSW)

      TSW는 시스템 네트워크상에서 하나의 노드(Node)로 운영되며 주 조작 유니트로 사용한다. SIMPLEX System의 전체에 대한 사건을 받아서 자동, 수동으로 운영자가 지정한 빌딩의 위치와 회로의 상태를 도면, 사진 등으로 CRT Display System에 표시되어 Network로 연결된 모든 수신기(FACP)에 대한 감시 및 제어 기능뿐 아니라 종합방재 정보시스템(IFSIS)을 제공 할 수 있다.

    기본 사양

    • 통신선 : TSP #18 AWG 2Pair (4120, 4100 Network)
    • 통신방법 : RS-485

    컴퓨터 사양

    • 중앙처리장치 : Pentium Ⅲ급, 1GHz 이상 프로세서
    • 하드디스크 : 최소 40 GB
    • 모니터 : 21” SVGA 터치스크린 컬러 모니터
    • 주 메모리 : 512 MB RAM 이상
    • 플로피 디스크 : 3.5” (1.44MB)

    최대 화면수

    • 50,000 화면

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    • 500,000건 저장

    사용전압

    • 220 VAC

    사용온도

    • 0℃ ~ 49℃

    사용습도

    • 85% at 30℃ 비응결

    INTELLIGENTMONITORING SYSTEM(TSW)

      The Simplex TrueSite Workstation is a next generation platform that manages an entire fire and life safety network from a single location. This PC-based graphical command center provides centralized network annunciation, historical logging, report generation, and control of fire alarm network points. TrueSite Workstations can support 7 network loops with as many as 686 Simplex panels, and can seamlessly integrate competitive panels using an Agency-Listed DACR option. Touch-screen operation combined with an intuitive graphical user interface and custom, event-specific operator instructions can help accelerate response to an emergency and control your training costs.

      The Simplex TrueSite Workstation supports up to 20 concurrent remote client connections and leverages the customer's existing LAN/WAN for remote annunciation deployment.

    Highlights

    • TrueSite Workstation at a Glance
      - Monitor and control up to 50,000 devices
      - Support seven network loops and as many as 686 panels
      - Monitor any brand of control panel using agency listed digital alarm communicators
      - Store historical data for up to 500,000 events
      - Graphically display information and events on a campus-wide site map and individual building floor plans
    • Fast emergency response and notification - The TrueSite Workstation has been designed to support fast, efficient response to emergency situations. In an emergency, TrueSite receives incoming data from system devices and then automatically provides operators with colour coded action messages; customisable WAV file based audio notifications; and detailed, step-by-step instructions on how to respond to the specific condition.
    • Simultaneous display of graphical and textual alarm data on up to four display screens - Helps system operators quickly assess system activity and respond rapidly to an emergency. TrueSite also includes highly configurable email event notification capabilities, extending the power of the system to mobile and offsite team members.
    • High resolution colour graphics - With an advanced graphical user interface, the TrueSite Workstation provides touchscreen or mouse-driven access to all system control features. It can import building site plans and graphically display fire, emergency, supervisory and trouble conditions occurring on the network. Higher screen resolutions provide additional space for detailed graphics. Plus, pan and zoom technology makes it easy to zero in on a specific point of interest.

    Seamless integration, outstanding survivability

    • At a time when interoperability and continuity are more critical than ever, the TrueSite system combines seamless integration with industry leading survivability. Using its Digital Alarm Communication Receiver (DACR) interface, TrueSite can accept alarm information from virtually any control panel. This enables TrueSite to tie together, in an integrated solution, control panels from other vendors as well as panels in locations too remote to be networked. The TrueSite system is further distinguished by its exceptional survivability. Unlike some other systems, the TrueSite workstation operates as an actual node on the fire alarm network. This architecture has the advantage of providing true peer-to-peer linkage with all panels on the network, thereby fortifying the TrueSite system’s ability to continue operations even if a catastrophic event cripples other parts of the network.