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Software products

EBLGraphics

EBLGraphics  

  • Monitors a complete EBL system
  • Reports fire alarm, faults or other deviations
  • Possibility to reset fire alarms and acknowledge faults
  • Possibility to disable / re-enable single alarm points or zones graphically
  • Easy configuration with EBL Graphics Designer
  • Supports hierarchical drawing image handling, so that the user may monitor the system on detailed drawings
  • Inspect the monitored area with a linked Panasonic network camera
EBLWeb Monitor

EBLWeb Monitor  

  • Monitors several EBWebs at the same time
  • Reports fire alarm, faults or other deviations
  • Easy configuration with EBLWeb Monitor tool
  • Opens a website to a specific EBLWeb
  • Supports map image handling, so that the user may position the fire alarm systems on a user specified map
  • Adapted for usage on PC or tablet

EBLWin  

  • Generic tool for both EBL512 G3 and EBL128
  • Very user friendly Windows program for system setup and configuration
  • Supports both auto-addressing and manual configuration or any combinations
  • Cable length and battery dimensioning automatically calculated
  • Installation and service documents generated
  • EBLWin key required for security and traceability

EBLnet  

  • EBLNet is a class library based on Microsoft .NET Framework.
  • It provides methods to receive data and events from the fire alarm system, and to perform operations.
  • It also supports reading EBLWin site data
  • Target platform is Microsoft Windows
  • The use of EBLNet requires one EBLNet license 5097 per web-server to be connected to the application.

FP OPC Server  

The Panasonic OPC Server allows high-performance data transfer (v1-v3) between applications supporting the universally accepted OPC DA Standard and the Web-server II 1598.