Cygnus Alarms to be installed On Dumfries And Galloway New Hospital Build
67 Cygnus Call Point Alarms are to be installed on Laing O’Rourke’s £200m Dumfries New Hospital rebuild.
The new 350 bed hospital on the outskirts of Dumfries will replace the Dumfries and Galloway Royal Infirmary and is projected to open in 2017/18.
To minimise construction time on-site the layout was designed to facilitate construction on a number of fronts and maximise off-site manufacturing. The project is well underway with the first floor being installed at the moment. 10 Cygnus Call Point units along with 45 radio-link smoke and heat detectors were installed on-site October 2015.
Bull Products will be installing a further 67 Cygnus Call Points and inserting a remote access module into the control panel, this will enable activations to be directly reported to a third party monitoring station and/or site personnel via SMS text messaging. The panel can also be accessed via a PC so users can remotely view the systems status from any location. Parameters can be set to remotely view event logs, activate the PIR sensors and name alarm devices.
For more information about GSM/GPRS Remote Link please contact our team on 01432 371170 or visit cygnusalarms.com / bullproducts.co.uk
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