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Software for viewing individual remote gas detectors.
The primary purpose of a personal gas detection device is to warn its wearer of critical gas concentrations in their vicinity. But if people are working alone or out of sight and hearing range of their team, dangerous situations can still arise quickly. With a radio-based safety net, gas detection devices can be secured from a distance. Our TeamLink continuously monitors readings from up to ten portable gas detectors as well as their alarm and connection status. For larger teams - and additional convenience functions - we have developed the G888/G999 Visual software.
G888/G999 Visual can be used instead of or in combination with a TeamLink. It will display the status and measured values of each individual gas detection device in a clearly structured overview on a PC screen, laptop or tablet. In the event of an alarm, the colored background of the affected team member changes from green to red. Any signal interruptions are indicated in yellow. Short messages can be sent to the gas detection devices from the computer. These can be answered easily via the pager function (e.g. "Are you okay?" > "Yes").
The G888/G999 Visual software can be installed on PCs, laptops and tablets with the Windows operating system. A USB dongle is required to establish a radio connection to the portable gas detection devices with radio module (optional). The radio communication is effective in a range of up to 700 m and is carried out on the 868 MHz band.
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