Communicating Warning Levels Early
Depending upon site requirements, alarms can be as bold as strobe lights and air raid sirens. More commonly, they are discrete and require an acknowledgement. The Greenlight System is user-customizable to setup alarm types that meet site requirements. The System includes built-in and multi-layered alarm condition tracking and reporting so that engineering and operational safety controls can be implemented as needed to maintain regulatory compliance and public confidence.
Greenlight System alarm conditions are
- Visible and audible at the base station computer and authorized, networked project computers.
- Detailed and logged in the Alarm Log display (included in the Greenlight System suite of end-user applications).
Additional notifications capabilities include
- Remote notification via smart-phone, cell phone and/or PDA (SMS text message or email)
- On-site notification via dedicated, local pager
- Warning lights, whistles, or horns at field stations
Multiple, Configurable Warning Levels
Click To View Sample Alarm Log ScreensIn the Greenlight System, any detector data point can be user-configured for alarming at two levels: Pre-alarm Level (Alert or Trigger) and Full Alarm level (Action). Alarm levels can be set against instantaneous values and/or time-weighted averages so that the user has the flexibility of triggering alarms based on instantaneous measured values (snapshots) or on averages over a period of time, e.g., 5 minutes or 15 minutes.
With multiple, configurable alarm levels that can be broadcast to multiple personnel for coverage, project personnel no longer have to rely on a single, action alarm nor explain to why the alarm level was reached.
Monitoring Site Data and Events Wherever You Are
Smart phones have become a common workplace tool for staying informed. Because the Greenlight™ System’s software is web-based, authorized personnel can stay in touch with up- to-the-minute project data and status via any Internet-enabled device including smart phones, PDAs, iPads, and computers.