• Wireless Panic Buttons

    Fixed or wearable devices that allow you to move in your space, stay productive and get help in the touch of a button.



    • Security within reach.
    • Wearable or discreet form of instant communication.
    • Configurable with any message to any recipient(s).




    • Single, two or four-button models.
    • Program any message to any button.
    • Triggers automatic connection to admin, other staff/employees or first responders via text, Twitter, RSS and CAP, PC pop-ups and/or phone calls.




    • Teachers, medical staff, technicians, counselors, and others can call for help and stay connected without inhibiting their movement and productivity.
    • Buttons can be configured with any message, so the sender doesn’t need to know a name or number to send a message.
    • Buttons can be activated and help can be summoned discreetly and without anyone’s knowledge.
    • Eliminate language barriers and automate routine messaging.

    There are three (3) button models available featuring 1, 2 or 4 buttons. Model selection is dependent upon the number of pre-defined messages that will be triggered by the push of a button. Buttons will be programmed to the client’s needs.



    • Input Device / Button Module
    • Tier 2 License per Wireless Device button/receiver




    • Server Platform - one of the following components:
      • Small Intel Server: Model-NUC Small Form Factor (LSI-H10200)
      • Dell Server: Dual Power, Hardware RAID (LSI-H10302) – optional redundant configuration
      • Virtual Server: Requires client to provide virtual environment and network/tech support
      • Customer Provided Server: Minimum server requirements – optional redundant configuration
    • Button Press Receiver (LSI-H34403)
    • Single Port Ethernet to RS232 Adapter (LSI-H18501)
    • Optional: Button Press Repeater (LSI-H34403) – as needed for additional receiver coverage




    • Server
      • 1 static IP, subnet, gateway, DNS, per device
        • 3 static IPs, subnet, gateway, DNS, per device if using a redundant configuration
      • Standard power (110V or 220V) per server
      • Ethernet network connection required for each server
      • UPS recommended
      • It is the responsibility of the customer to appropriately configure their network equipment so that the server pair appears to be residing on the same network and subnet.
      • NOTE: Serial and parallel ports have been disabled on the LSI server


    Wireless Button Receiver


    • Standard power required at the receiver (Part No. LSI-H34403) installation site for button receiver
    • Ethernet adapter required at the receiver installation site (Part No. LSI-H18501) – requires network information
    • High-power repeaters can be added as necessary (standard power required) TT NOTE: Button presses can be detected by the receiver up to 1500 ft. (line of sight)


    Single Port Ethernet to RS232 Adapter (LSI-H18501/LSI-H18502)


    • 1 static IP per device, subnet, gateway, DNS per device
    • Baud rate, parity, stop bit(s), data bits of RS232 connection
    • POE or standard power option
    • Ethernet network connection
    • Uses null-modem adapter (provided by LSI)

    * optional redundant configuration


    Download Panic Button Product Sheet