Input Devices

All software or hardware Input devices for the Lynx system communicate with the LynxGuide server via your network.
When any Input device is activated, a small message is sent to the LynxGuide server.
That message can then activate any of the Lynx system Output devices.

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Desktop Icons - Included with LynxGuide Server

Desktop Icons are a simple and easy method for deploying Alarm Icons to PCs on your network. Desktop Icon require NO software to be install on the PC. Simply create the Desktop Icon from the LynxGuide server web interface and save. Once an Icon is created it can be e-mailed to other users on your network. Desktop Icons are not supervised, therefore they DO NOT count as a server client seat, you can create a UNLIMITED number of Desktop Icons.

LynxKey - Included with LynxGuide Server

The LynxKey client software provides keyboard “Hot Keys” that allow a user to send messages from the PC keyboard with NO additional hardware. The LynxKey MSI can be manually installed or pushed with your software distribution tool, to PCs on your network. “Hot Keys” are 2 key combinations that send pre-configured messages to the LynxGuide Server. LynxKey provides 3 unique “Hot Key” combinations for 3 different alarms. LynxKey is supervised by the LynxGuide server and count as one server client seat per installation on a PC.
LynxKey

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LynxKeyPro

The new LynxKeyPro V10 client software is a per-seat licensed software client that allow a user to send messages from the PC keyboard when the PC is logged ON, logged OFF or LOCKED. The LynxKeyPro MSI can be manually installed or pushed with your software distribution tool to PCs on your network. The software can also be pushed out in a dormant mode to all PC s only enabling when needed. There are 20 “Hot Keys” combinations such as F9-F11, F1-F12, F1-F2 that send up to 3 different alarms to the LynxGuide Server. The system tray Icon shows connection to the LynxGuide server status. The supervised LynxKeyPro will work on any PC that can reach the LynxGuide server. Red “PANIC” labels are included for marking the keyboard as well as a label to put on the PC to inform the Lynx system administrator if the PC is moved.

100 Client seats are includes with the Standard Series LynxGuide Server
200 Client seats are includes with the Pro Series LynxGuide Server
LynxKeyPro

LynxUSB

The LynxUSB is a conventional hardwired panic button without the installation cost. The LynxUSB allows you to install a hardwired panic button anywhere in your facility that there is a PC connected to the network. Simply load the client software and install the LynxUSB panic button on the PC. Alerts are sent to the LynxGuide server even when the PC is logged off.
LynxUSB

Part Number LYNX-USB-0

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LynxNetPB

The LynxNetPB is a network panic button device that, when the duress button is activated it instantly sends an alert to the LynxGuide server via the network. The button has a green LED to show connectivity to the server, changing to amber when pressed. The LYNXNETPB-M has a momentary panic button and the LYNX-NETPB-L has a locking panic button that has to be re-set. The activation and re-activation are logged in the message report. Simple to install, requires network connection and power. The duress button attaches to the LynxNetPB with an 8 foot cable. Available 12VDC or POE.
LynxNetPB

Part Number LYNX-N-PB-M

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LynxNet1i and 4i

The LynxNet1i and 4i provides either a single or four dry contact closure inputs that send an alert to the LynxGuide server. The inputs can activated any of the Lynx systems outputs.Simple to install, requires network connection and power. A 12 VDC power supply is included.
LynxNet1i and 4i

Part Number LYNX-1i-1

LynxNet128i

The LynxNet input device family is available in 32, 64, 96 or 128 input channel configurations. This allows connection to existing devices that provide normally opened or normally closed contact outputs, when activated, alarms are transmitted to the LynxGuide server. The LynxNet connects to new or existing sensors via your network to the LynxGuide server. EOL (end of line) resistors provide wire integrity to devices and report any fault to the server supervision channel.
LynxNet128i

 32 Channel Part Number LYNX-32i-1
 64 Channel Part Number LYNX-64i-1
 96 Channel Part Number LYNX-96i-1
128 Channel Part Number LYNX-128i-1