Scout Central Alarm Panel
The Scout Central Alarm Panel, or SCAP, is dedicated to provide local and remote alarm notification for the HVAC and building operation markets.
The SCAP monitors 8 ON/OFF conditions and up to 3 analogs, which are typically temperature or humidity sensors. For each analog sensor input, the user can specify a low and high alarm limit.
- When any condition, digital or analog, goes into alarm, the condition in alarm is presented on the display and a local horn is sounded.
- If designated personnel are present, they can silence the alarm and prevent any callout by pressing the Silence button.
- If the Silence button is not pressed, the SCAP will call up to 8 designated phone/pager numbers and notify personnel of the exact problem.
- Anytime any condition goes into alarm, the process repeats.
Typical Monitored Conditions
- AC leak detection
- Loss of power
- Smoke detectors
- Condenser water pump failure
- AC unit fail on safety
- Common alarm from several AC units
- Backup to Building Management System (BMS)
- High temperature
- Integral keypad
- LCD display
- Wall-mount plastic enclosure
- Listen-In capability
- Event log - keeps history of what has occurred
- Textual channel names so you know exactly what channel is in alarm
- Pre-programmed or user-spoken messages for unique alarm notification for each condition
- Alarm Notification
- Phone, cell phone or pager
- User-recorded messages for each input
- 8-phone numbers to call on alarm
- Power fail alarm
- Low battery level alarm
- Local notification of alarm conditions
- Remote Operations
- Call-in for status
- Call-in to acknowledge alarms
- Call-in to program messages, phone numbers and channels
- Physical Characteristics
- Pluggable connectors
- Input power 9-12VDC at 500ma (wall-plug power supply included)
- 12-hour internal backup battery (included)
- Programming made simple
- All programming options are conveniently presented on the LCD display so you can select them using the keypad.
- Call-in to make programming changes by responding to voice-prompts
- Options are presented one after another making it easy to setup and modify.
- Conveniently located on the front panel are the microphone for recording and the speaker for playing back messages.
- Historical events including all alarms, call-outs, relay controls, and acknowledgements are stored in the Event Log which can be retrieved locally or remotely.