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Since 1872 Edwards™ has led the way with innovative processing solutions that make built space today as safe as it’s ever been. From economical hardwired control panels to high-end life safety platforms – and even hybrid panels that offer both conventional and intelligent solutions – this rich legacy of inventiveness and uncompromising quality has distinguished Vigilant control panels as the technologies of choice among building owners and electrical contractors the world over.
The Vigilant™ VM-Series features a wide range of configurations that include standalone operation and networking with up to eight nodes. Optional voice evacuation bridges the gap left by other mid-range systems, while cost-saving innovations deliver exactly what designers and building owners want. VM also features control components and field devices engineered and manufactured by Edwards to the highest standards of interoperability, so facilities everywhere will benefit from a sophisticated system designed to function as a whole.
From pioneering work in multi-sensor technology, to award-winning design breakthroughs, Edwards™ has established itself as the leader in cutting-edge detection and notification technology. Today our name is synonymous with innovation and quality, and we are widely regarded as the company that has achieved some of the most significant and forward-looking advances in these fields.
Vigilant Site Monitor software is a cost-effective monitoring solution for VS fire alarm panels that takes raw system data and presents it in a concise and highly understandable format. Two versions are available: a graphics version for larger complexes or campus facilities, and a text version that allows for the configuration of a relatively simple display – without the need to invest in unnecessary graphics capabilities. Both versions support up to 1,000 VS control panels over a supervised LAN/WAN connection, and have the ability to forward targeted email alerts via SMTP based on incident location, incident type, and recipient.