Outdoor facilities now have access to the first commercially available outdoor mass notification system that is fully integrated with in-cloud and cloud-to-ground lightning detection technology. The system is comprised of one or more 110 dBA horn units equipped with 170,000 peak candela strobe lights—providing 360° of audio and visual coverage.
- Optimize outdoor safety and severe weather preparedness
- Pinpoint exactly where lightning is striking
- Automate lightning-strike alerts and send email and text alerts to recipients
Maximum coverage, low maintenance
Warn of impending severe weather. A high-decibel signal for maximum coverage from single or multiple siren sites comes equipped with a built-in battery backup. The patented design represents a new generation in omni-directional sirens and alerting systems and the professional-grade components make it virtually maintenance free.
Built for outside, fully integrated inside
An indoor control unit contains a loud internal speaker with an adjustable volume level to alert personnel inside. The unit can either be wall-mounted or sit on a desktop to provide control buttons for Alert, All Clear and Cancel.Get more information
Automated for your business
The Outdoor Alerting System allows you to configure hours of operation, lightning-strike distance, alert duration, and to deploy auto-generated email and text alerts to recipients. A real-time dashboard displays the current alert status information: connection, active alerts, last stroke time, distance and a countdown clock with the estimated time to ALL CLEAR.
Safety in action
I think the Outdoor Alerting System is something necessary for every school. There’s not much that parents value more than the safety of their children and tremendous part of what we try to provide each and every day is the safety and security of our students.— Mr. Sanelli, Coral Springs Christian Academy
So Far the system has proven to be successful. It makes it cut and dry. The idea is to make the participants safe. If it can tell you if lighting is two miles away from you — why wouldn’t you use it?— Art Avellino, Athletic and Revenue Superintendent for City of Cape Coral
Our outdoor alerting system plays a major role in keeping our players safe. I do not know what we would do without it. When at practice we always know when to take our kids off the field by just receiving a text message.— Zach Hayes, Dillon School District, SC