Omni Go is a powerful app for handling alarms, searching and arming/disarming tags. The app is ideal for all Omni solutions including: Duress Alert, Asset Tracking, Nurse Call, Wander Protection, Asset Security.. Omni Go provides a convenient interface to Omni alarms for security staff and care-givers that need to respond quickly to safety and security situations.
Supports Android and iPhone
Push Notification of Omni Alarms
Single button to call alarm location
Search for Tags/Assets
Elpas LoneProtect app works directly with CenTrak Omni to send duress alerts from the user’s smartphone to designated care staff. Care staff monitor and receive alerts on their workstation or smartphone using CenTrak’s Omni Go app.
In addition, the app can be used with the Elpas Shield BLE (Bluetooth Low Energy). When used with the Elpas Shield BLE tag, the SmartTag functions as a RF reader relating important information about the Elpas Shield, such as duress alerts, GPS location, fall detection or lost connection.
Send duress alerts directly to responders (no 3rd party needed)
Functions as a SmartTag
Fall detection when used with Elpas Shield BLE
Lost Connection Alerts
Send Alerts to Eiris Go
All events sent and stored in Eiris
Send family SMS about the alert
Making LF Installations easier and faster, Elpas has tweaked our Shield BLE tag with special firmware that enables technicians to locate LF beacons and sources of LF noise.
The modified tag senses 125KHz signals. If the signal is from a valid Elpas beacon, the tag relays the signal density via a BLE message to Elpas' new LF Meter app for Android. In the event that the no valid LFID is detected, then the tag sends the noise density to the app. This information is displayed in a clear bar chart on the app's interface. When a valid ID is received, then the ID is labeled on the bar.
Multiple tags may be attached to a wooden or plastic poll to measure the field density at varying distances from the floor. These tags may be paired with the LF Meter app and each will be represented on the graph as a separate bar. Technicians can pair up to five modified Shield BLE tags to one smartphone.
The new meter can be used for:
Determining the range of an Elpas LF Beacon
Identifying penetration of and LF signal through floors, ceilings and walls.
Finding sources of LF noise that can greatly reduce an Elpas tag's detection range of an Elpas LF beacon