Site Evac

SiteEvac™ is a range of Wireless Fire Evacuation and First Aid products from Panthera Group. Customisable and scalable, the range has been developed for construction, infrastructure and housing projects of all sizes.

Able to capture data from up to 480 wireless devices situated around a site, it constantly relays data back to the user via an integrated LCD display screen. The system manages active fire alarms, intruder alerts, first aid alerts, heat and smoke detector activations, battery low warning and signal failure. Whilst being mains powered the panel has the ability to run up to one month without power due to a 6v battery backup.

It is capable of holding event logs, so the user can go back to an event to find the accurate date and time of any alert.

The panel has other features including an evacuate site function which can be used in case of an emergency to switch turnstiles to free-spin. Add a GSM unit and benefit from 24/7 monitoring of the system by a NACOSS Gold accredited Alarm Receiving Centre (ARC).

Key Features

  • Long range radio meshing signal
  • Each device includes a booster unit
  • Waterproof external call points
  • First aid alert facility (optional)
  • Intruder alert (optional)
  • SMS text notifications
  • Interface with other fire systems
  • First Responder Stations – No need to fix to building
  • Up to 480 units in one system
  • Downloadable history log of all events
  • Fully compliant for all areas of construction sites
  • Very durable- built for the construction industry
  • Class 1 radio fully tested to the directives and CE marked
  • 85-110dB sounders for office and site environments

Control Equipment

Detection Equipment

Emergency Call Points

First Responder Stations & SiteHub

Automated External Defibrillator

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