MODULAR Control Board
The MODULAR Control Board, like the matching TAG Station, makes it simple to create your own emergency evacuation system. The Control Board comes pre-routed with 9 slots ready to take up to 9 magnetic tags.
Visual striking, during the evacuation it is easy to see areas checked – Green tags – against areas not checked – the Red slots on the Control Board.
For any slots not needed simply fit a ‘NOT IN USE’ blanking tag.
The Control Board is made from tough and durable 3mm white aluminium composite board, widely used for all types of sign applications.
Using a DYMO label maker you can create or change your specific details at any time. This gives flexibility to expand, change or move the system if and whenever required.
Supplied pre-inserted into the protective PVC folder, it can hold 2 boards, with a maximum of 18 tags per folder, enough capacity for most systems.
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Dimensions: 315 w x 235 h (folder)
Material: 3mm composite surface printed
Fixing: Folder Wall Bracket
Availability: 3-5 days
Throughout the process we have worked very closely with TagEvac and have come up with an ideal solution….the Fire Brigade were certainly very impressed and expressed their views that TagEvac is a very good product.
We believe that the TAGEVAC® system provides the Academy with a professional, comprehensive and effective solution… We are very happy with the solution and the support we received from start to finish.
Adopting TagEvac has simplified and speeded up the reporting process. I gave my fire wardens 5 minutes training on how to use the system and they got it straight away!
TagEvac have provided us with a way we could capture information at our Central Control Point so we can see the evacuation in real time at one place. I am happy with the product, service and attention to our specific requirements.
For a multi-storey building with multiple occupants, I can see that the system is of significant benefit to the University in being able to keep track of which areas have been effectively “cleared” by the fire wardens (and, perhaps more importantly, which ones haven’t).