BUILDING LOCKDOWN IN UNDER 1 SECOND
With the push of one button, lockdown an entire building and/or campus!
Instantly trigger a lockdown of an office or school facility with a physical panic button from any location in the building or campus using ControlByWeb® products.
ControlByWeb products are highly versatile and have a variety of input/output options to fit your existing system. There are also many custom control and monitoring features that can be added. For example, once a building lockdown is enabled, you can configure it to only be disabled by a password-protected web control panel.
For a physical panic button, connect a push-button or a switch to a digital input on the X-17s™ expansion module. The X-600M Industrial Controller then communicates, over an IP network, with each connected expansion module, as well as network devices (e.g., WebRelay™) located throughout a building or group of buildings in a school, office, or campus complex.
This architecture takes advantage of the existing IP network and wiring infrastructure in a school or office. No new wiring required!
- Control door locks over IP network
- Use existing school/office network wiring
- Use a mechanical push button or phone
- Alert emergency personnel
- Log who initiated the lockdown
- Email and text alerts to key personnel
- Custom & expandable system
*The above illustration is for demonstration purposes only, it does not represent actual wiring.
Full-Featured Lockdown System
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1. THE TRIGGER
A panic-button sends a signal to the X-600M Industrial Controller to lockdown the school.
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2. THE BRAINS
The X-600M immediately:
- Sends the lockdown command to all local and network ControlByWeb devices.
- Sends text alert to instructors and emergency personnel (useful for silent alarm options).
- Logs who initiated the lockdown.
You can also use the X-410 controller for more simple lockdown systems.
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3. LOCAL DEVICES
The X-600M can activate devices directly wired to its expansion modules, such as audio alarms, lights, locks, and sending messages to instructors, parents, or emergency personnel.
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4. NETWORK DEVICES
The X-600M also activates relays on devices located on the school/office's network (Eliminating the need to hard wire everything to a central location).
In this example, WebRelays (connected to the network) close their relay contacts, which in turn locks the connected classroom/office doors and secures each room.
Total Lockdown Time: 0.12 Seconds*
*Time may vary depending upon network traffic and setup. Illustration does not represent actual wiring.
Lockdown System Explained:
In this example, a panic button is wired to a digital input on the X-17s which is connected to an X-600M controller. We also have in this example, an audio alarm and alarm light wired to the relays on the X-17s. On the network, seven WebRelay modules are connected to magnetic door locks on each classroom or office door.
When the panic button is pushed, the X-17s closes its relay contacts which trigger the audio and light alarms, teachers and emergency personnel are notified via text, and the WebRelays close its relay contacts, which engage the door locks.
Custom Lockdown Solution:
The example above demonstrates how to setup a lockdown system for a small, seven-classroom building; however, this system can easily be customized for large campuses and office complexes.
The X-600M can control up to 1,024 I/O points, and the WebRelay modules can also be daisy-chained to other ControlByWeb modules, which provides nearly unlimited lock down options for large buildings or campuses.
ControlByWeb products are a reliable and cost-effective security solution to lockdown schools, campuses, office buildings, and other large complexes. Because the X-600M communicates directly with WebRelay units, you do not need to use any outside network servers or services. There are no monthly fees, and no software to install.
BEST PRODUCTS for School/Office Lockdown System
Ideal for large office complexes and buildings and/or a full-featured lockdown system. Can control up to 1,024 locks, sensors, and/or switches.
Controls and monitors up to 1,024 I/O points
Examples: Panic push-button(s), local override button, Control door locks, lights, audio/visual alarms, etc.
Connects to expansion modules and communicates with all stand-alone ControlByWeb products
Examples: The X-600M can be a master controller to all expansion modules (X-11s, X-12s, etc.) with various I/O combinations, and to all of our stand-alone products such as WebRelay. This provides a custom solution for your specific building or campus.
Custom Emails and/or text alerts sent to specified users/access groups, logs who triggered the lockdown, scheduling (lock doors after hours)
Control and monitor up to 64 local and remote I/O. The X-410 comes with a built-in task builder that can be used to create simple and advanced logic (tasks) without using Basic scripts. Additional features include logging, access groups, sends email/text message alerts.
Controls and monitors up to 64 I/O points
Examples: Use a WebRelay at each door, and the X-410 will control all relays at the same time.
Examples: Control lights, door locks, and audio alarms
4 Digital Inputs
Examples: Panic button to send lockdown command. Monitor door status
Task builder, logging, access groups (admin, manager, user), sends email/text message alerts
Ideal for controlling a single door lock or alarm. Can be controlled by any other product that supports remote relays.
Examples: Control door lock, control lights
Directly control one remote relay
Examples: Daisy-chain WebRelays for applications that require more than 16 remote relays.
1 Digital Input
Examples: Local override button to unlock/lock individual classroom door, audio alarm button
Remote and automatic server reboot
Great for a button or other digital sensor where hard wiring is not available or convenient. The XW-111 can activate other relays and communicate with other ControlByWeb products, such as the X-600M.
Connects directly to Wi-Fi network
Battery or AC line powered
Battery power for low-power applications
2 Digital Inputs
Example: Panic button to send lockdown command. Monitor door status
Email/text notifications - Communicates with other ControlByWeb products