Harnessing the power of North BT's Object System (’ObSys’), Tyrrell Systems' TextAlert is an ObSys software extension which allows all your critical system alarms to be delivered directly to a mobile phone via GSM SMS from over 260 different building systems, including HVAC, fire, security, and many more. North is the world’s leading manufacturer and supplier of control systems integration products for buildings, enabling engineering companies to construct truly integrated solutions
Advanced list of features
TextAlert is far in advance of the more basic GSM SMS alarm delivery applications available. It provides an impressive list of features such as:
- User grouping to allow logical separation of different customers, departments or connected systems
- Flexible alarm filtering and case matching to stop nuisance / non-essential alarm transmission
- Easily configurable alarm calendars allow on-call rotas to be quickly created
- Text notification of start / stop on call dates
- Configurable system test messages to ensure confidence in continuous operation
- Named administrators can be notified of system exception conditions by e-mail (e.g. modem failure)
- Full logging and history of alarm processing
Custom user interface
Because TextAlert is an ObSys extension, there is a standard graphical interface for those used to the ObSys environment. For those unfamiliar with ObSys, or who would like to remotely administer the system, a web server is automatically built in to TextAlert allowing control and reporting from standard web browsers.
TextAlert can operate from any standard Windows-based PC that has the North Building Technologies’ Object System software installed. Alternatively, TextAlert can also be run from Tyrrell Systems’ own industrial-strength and cost-effective integration solution - Communicator.
In addition, for those customers looking to make a saving this facility is as a service within our offices, please contact us for more details.
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