Dispatcher II

The Dispatcher II is a flexible, wireless alarm panel that is commonly used as a wireless emergency call system. Wireless panic buttons are easy to setup on the Dispatcher II. Each button, when pressed, broadcasts a user prerecorded message over the user's radio system. This allows for quick response and automatic dispatching. The system has extensive programmability for customized setup. As with other Lookout systems, the Dispatcher II is compatible with virtually any radio system, including VHF, UHF, 800/900 MHz, and trunking.

The Dispatcher II can be used with other commercially available sensors (hardwired or wireless) to suit user needs.

Key Features:

  • Compatible with up to 250 panic buttons in addition to wireless or hardwired sensors (allows for 24 hour monitoring/security)
  • 8 to 96 individual zones and user recorded messages
  • Alarm output to trip cameras, VCRs, etc.
  • Wireless sensors monitored for signal strength and low battery
  • Keeps event history of last 1000 events (including alarms and alarm details)
  • Fully programmable zone and broadcast schedules
  • Easy scheduling and data entry through front keypad or PC software
  • Broadcast alarms and events via radio, phone, cell phone, or text message
  • Free software updates via included SD card
  • Compatible with virtually any radio system including UHF, VHF, and 800 MHz trunking systems, including digital and narrow band

For Courthouses, City Halls, Administrative Buildings.

Used as a courthouse alarm system, the Dispatcher II allows security personnel to respond quickly to different alarm events. The Dispatcher II interfaces with the sheriff or police department's existing radio system to provide quick response time to courthouse emergencies. Wireless panic buttons are located anywhere in the court facility such as courtrooms, judge's chambers, clerk's offices, juvenile detention, tax offices, and other areas subject to security concerns. Each alarm zone has a user prerecorded message that is broadcast over the radio so that any deputy or security officer with a radio will hear and can respond to the message. An example of a message is 'Deputy needed in circuit courtroom'.

Typical button placements are:

  • Courtrooms
  • Judge's Chamber
  • Tax and tag offices
  • Clerk's offices
  • Juvenile Detention
  • Trustees's office

For Schools.

Used as a school or campus system, the Dispatcher II allows school security personnel to respond quickly to problem areas in a school environment. The Dispatcher II is interfaced with the school security or administration's existing radio system for fast response times when responding to alarm events. Wireless buttons are placed in key areas within the school, which when pressed, call for security over the radio to respond to a given area. This allows security personnel to be more mobile, to respond effectively, and to respond quickly to emergency or routine calls. A typical message might be 'Security needed in the school cafeteria'. Other wireless sensors, such as motion detectors, door/window contacts, and tilt sensors can be used.

Typical button placements are:

  • Front Office/Administrative Offices
  • Principal's Office
  • Hallways
  • Lunchrooms
  • Gymnasiums
  • Classrooms/ Portable Trailers
  • Lounges

To find out more information about this particular system contact us, or email us at sales@lookoutportablesecurity.com.