The EAGL Server not only controls system operation but also allows integration with many third-party devices and systems providing a complete services umbrella for single or multiple site security! These services include but are not limited to: Access Control, Wide Area Warning, and Notifications. Best of all, the EAGL Server uses Linux OS and is capable of working with RESTful API architectures.
The DragonFly™ Outdoor Sensor is a wireless sensor designed specifically for Outdoor environments. The sensor is encapsulated within a proprietary, engineered housing allowing increased spherical detection range. Sensor placement determines detection area coverage – unobstructed range can be as much as 70,685 sqft. Application determines sensor communication options – LoRa or IoT.
Provide reliable area protection using IoT functionality without external or connectivity restrictions.Reduce installation and maintenance costs using self-contained, wireless design. Reduce cybersecurity risks using several encryption methods. Promote scalability for changing protection needs.
The FireFly® Indoor Sensor is wireless and designed to work in Indoor environments. Installation basically entails attaching each sensor using only two fasteners. Sensor placement determines detection area coverage – unobstructed spherical range can be as much as 31,415 sqft.
This device distributes EAGL System PA messages using direct network connectivity. EAGL-VOX uses Power Over Ethernet (POE) communication with either a local or cloud based EAGL Server and contains components within an enclosure having an IP67 rating. Enclosure is of a polycarbonate composition and a polyurethane gasketed lid offering two-piece “tongue & groove” design. This construct provides protection against oil, dust and water intrusion while housing internal components requiring direct connection using POE CAT 5 - 6e cabling. Audio output to PA system is via 3.5mm audio output jack.
A self-contained, battery operated, wireless pull station, using a dual action switch when activated, transmits a signal to the EAGL System representing a threat condition and initiating a pre-programmed adaptive response. The panic station displays initiated action when the bar is in the locked down position. Device reset is only available via a key during reset process. All device transmissions are encrypted.
All EAGL sensors communicate wireless to the EAGL Server via a Gateway. Communication to the EAGL Server is by Ethernet connectivity. The Gateway is the only system device requiring wired connection to EAGL server or network allowing easy and cost-effective installation. Gateway variety is dependent upon application. Options currently available include LoRa and LTE radio.
The EAGL Gateway is used to provide both wired & wireless communication and is comprised of components within an enclosure having an IP66 rating. The EAGL Gateway also includes internal LoRa radio circuitry to provide encrypted wireless, two-way RF communication with associated FireFly® and DragonFly™ Sensors. The IoT Telit LTE-M transmits secure data between sensor(s) and cloud EAGL Server.
A compact, wireless, self-contained, battery operated device having a momentary switch when pressed, transmits a signal representing a threat condition to the EAGL System. The Duress Button switch / operator is encapsulated within a clear, hinged protective enclosure to prevent inadvertent switch operation. Button operation requires user opening the hinged protective top cover to access and press the switch / operator to activate the device transmission process.
Compact, wireless, self-contained, battery operated gunshot sensor executing threat versus non-threat validation determinations using device onboard energy level & waveform analysis algorithms. Sensor is typically mounted to horizontal ceiling substrates providing a spherical detection coverage area of 31,415 sqft. Sensor contains a DPDT relay for integrations with existing third party alarm panels.
The BlueFly™ is an accurate, body-worn gunshot detection sensor also using EAGL’s patented sensor technology. The sensor has the ability of not only providing gunshot detection but also can provide officer-down information to the EAGL System.