Based on the respected iButton® technology of the MAXIM/DALLAS company the Portable Electronic Sensors yet offer the customers many other advantages and with their construction characteristics and unique qualities become really the number one on the market today.
TOMST guard tour system (PES) is designed for real harsh conditions and non-friendly users. System doesn’t require any battery charging or maintenance. Technology based on Dallas Chips allows to monitor performance of the guards, cleaners, delivery or maintenance services in off-line or on-line mode. User friendly SW provides various reports or usage configurations. Equipment sustain mechanical shocks, hot water, microwave, electric shocks or other trials of system destruction. Each non-standard situation is recorded in internal memory for later sabotage evidence. High quality and worldwide references proves that PES guard-tour system top product available in the market.
How does it work?
Every PES™ sensor has a unique serial number and thanks to this number it can be easily identified by evaluation soft ware. Also every iButton chip has its unique identification number. Th e chips can be used for the identification of a person or the identification of a place or an object.
Touching an iButton chip, the sensor reads the identification number of the chip and it also records the information about the time and date of the touch, it serves as a data collector. In addition, all the PES™ sensors are equipped with the unique ANTI-VANDAL® Technology, which protects them against possible damage.
Th e data from the sensor are then downloaded to a PC to evaluation soft ware
(e.g. WinKontrol 2007). Th e data transfer can be done in two different ways:
- directly – placing the sensor into the TMD USB download adapter
- indirectly – all data from the sensor are downloaded to a data chip held by a supervisor.
Then the data will be transferred from the data chip through the USB adapter to the PC.
The evaluation soft ware represents a useful tool for analysing the collected data and generating different kinds of reports