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.
LynxKey & LynxKeyPro
LynxIcon & LynxIcon Pro
LynxKeyPro Operates when Computer is:
- Logged In
- Logged Out
Silent Duress Alarm
- 2-Key Combination Keyboard Activation (from a PC)
- Provides User Location
- Discreet Alarm Sent Verification
Activation Panel Icons for PC’s
- Send to specific groups
- Send to Individuals
- Send Organization Wide
Text and images may be added at activation.
Multiple messages may be sent to different groups
LynxIconPro gives a user access to the LynxIcon panel from mobile devices
LynxApp push notifications can be sent to individual devices, or groups of devices
- LynxIcon panels allow Lynx alarms to be activated from your mobile device
- Works anywhere in the world as long as your device is connected to a data network
- Notifications are stored in a history log on the device
- Compatible with Android, iOS and Chromebook
Network Duress Button
- Can be either Momentary or Locking.
- LynxNetPB can be attached to any network hub or switch with a power supply.
- LynxNetPP can be attached to PoE switch and placed anywhere without need of a power supply.
- Custom colored cases.
Power Over Ethernet Wall Mounted Button
- Can be hardwired into a control box.
- Links to network with either standard or PoE switch connection.
- Choice of protective cover.
- The LynxNet input devices are available in 1, 4, 32, 64, 96 or 128 input channel configurations.
- Easy to maintain.
- Supports Normally Open and Normally Closed connections and EOL resistors. Supervision triggered if the Input device fails communication with the Lynx Server or if the wires have been cut or shorted.
- Alarm Subject and Message can be programmed for each Channel/Input on the LynxNet Input device.
All software or hardware Output devices for the Lynx System communicate with the LynxGuide server via your network. When any Lynx System 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.
LynxMessenger – PopUp Alerts
- Customized browser popups
- Can be configured to notify groups or individuals
- Triggered by LynxClient software, LynxWLS wireless panic buttons, hardwired panic buttons, network based panic buttons or existing hardwired inputs
- Works on PC and Mac
- Only works while logged in
LynxMessengerPro PopUp Alerts
- Customized browser popups
- View alerts when PC is locked, logged in or logged off
- When logged off supports text popups
- Triggered by LynxClient software, LynxWLS wireless panic buttons, hardwired panic buttons, network based panic buttons or existing hardwired input
- LynxNet output devices are available in 4, 32, 64 and 128 output channel configurations
- Easy to maintain
- Supports normally open and normally closed connections and EoL resistors
- Provides supervision to alert if the LynxNet output device fails communication with the Lynx Server or if the wires have been cut or shortened
The LynxWLS wireless network receiver communicates with the LynxGuide server via your network. When the LynxWLS is activated from any of the wireless transmitter, a small message is sent to the LynxGuide server. That message can then activate any of the Lynx System Output devices
- Both discreet and wall mounted duress as well as other wireless inputs
- Up to 960 unique channels
- Each alarm can send a unique message to unique groups, is fully supervised, has a monthly test and its health can be viewed remotely
- Supports Fixed location with predetermined location in the alarm message
- Supports mobile locating version which inserts the room the user was in when the alarm was activated
- Supervision notifies low battery 30 days in advance