Flat Panel Message Board
The Flat Panel Message Board is a 1080p LED display available in sizes ranging from 24” to more than 60”. The display is wall mounted and configured to display incident alert information including but not limited to address, cross street, responding units, incident type and turn-out time.
LED Reader Board
The Reader Board provides incident information on a high contrast and bright LED display available in 24” and 60” sizes. The LED displays are easily readable at great distances making them ideally suited for installation in drive bays or other large spaces where high visibility is required. These displays will typically show the fire station personnel the incident address, cross street, common name, responding units, incident type and turn-out time.
The FSAS Printer is a thermal style printer. This printer type decreases the likelihood of failures associated with ribbons, toner, ink cartridges, and paper. Incidents received at the fire station are sent immediately to the printer. The information printed typically includes the incident type, the address, the apparatus dispatched, and other comments that can be configured to the agency’s specific needs.
The Turnout Timer is a dedicated wall mounted LED timer display. The Turnout Timer begins counting upward in one-second increments when the incident is received at the fire station. The timer continues to count upward each second until the responding apparatus have acknowledged the incident, the optional Unit Presence Detector has detected the apparatus has left the drive bay, or when user-defined criteria has been met. Timer data is logged in the database, and can be accessed to perform Turn-Out Time data analysis.
Unit Presence Detector
The Unit Presence Detector provides detection of apparatus in drive bay locations. This information in used to automatically record turn-out time on a unit by unit basis.
PURVIS can install a camera at the front-door of the fire station with a doorbell that has an integrated microphone and speaker for 2-way audio communications. This provides a video and audio feed into the station and also back to the dispatch center. Any visitor to the fire station can get immediate assistance, either from station personnel who can get a “visual” on the visitor, or from the dispatch center if station personnel may be away or unavailable.