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Topic # 199027 1-Aug-2016 15:19
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Hey Geekzoners,

 

I am after some advice please...
We have a reception desk that needs a Panic Button to be put in place if they require some assistance...

 

Can anyone offer a cost effective off-shelf solution? - it needs to be wireless solution and activate a bell / alarm system.

 

Many thanks - Grunta


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  Reply # 1602323 1-Aug-2016 15:26
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Have you talked to your alarm providers (if you have one) - they may be able to add a wireless module to the alarm which could integrate with this.

 

Be aware, security companies can take a long time to respond to panic buttons being pressed.


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  Reply # 1602368 1-Aug-2016 16:37
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I have two Dash-buttons from Amazon here that can be re-purposed for that. If you're interested let me know.


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