P-Alert+ Accelerograph is a Triaxial MEMS accelerometer, an optional 4th-axial vertical geophone (built-in or externally) with algorithms considering Pd, PGA including STA (short time window which is sensitive to seismic events), and Long Time Window that provides information about the temporal amplitude of seismic noise at the site.
The P-Alert+ Accelerograph is a cost-effective solution used in critical industrial environments integrated with existing control systems to prevent equipment or facility damage caused by an earthquake. P-Alert+ is also used for the structural health of a building after an earthquake event occurs.
The P-Alert+ Cube is an intelligent wall-mounted earthquake alarm that can operate stand-alone or through a network linked to a central warning system.
P-Alert+ Accelerograph is the most trusted solution in the Philippines, certified in accordance with the Department of Public Works and Highways' Standards and Specifications.
Industrial-Grade LED Screen
Equipped with an Industrial-Grade Large size color touchscreen monitor interface, with a separate high brightness three-color LED indicator, providing visible warning.
With high-resolution speakers, pre-recorded voice or high decibel
Ability to send MQTT alert message. (IoT)
With Direct Access to a central server for detailed earthquake warning. Messages received can be forwarded to other Cube units providing a substantial increase in warning coverage.
Equipped with three sets of relay output contacts, to control external devices or drive warning lights. The alarm thresholds are configurable.
Advantages of P-Alert+ Accelerograph
Most accelerographs in the market provide only tri-axial movement. While our P-Alert+ provides not only tri-axial movement but also the Pd displacement which provides the drift results of the buildings
Our P-Alert+ provides not only 100 samples per second but also 1000 samples per second which is beneficial to structural engineers during data analysis
ON-SITE EARLY WARNING
REGIONAL EARLY WARNING
(INTERNET OF THINGS)
EARTHQUAKE EVENT LOG
Structural Health Monitoring
Water Pipelines/Distribution Stations
Hazardous Substances Management in Industrial Environments
Mining Operations - Open Pit/Underground
Bridges and/or Tunnels
Geothermal Plants, Wind Farms, Hydro Electric Power Plants
Buildings like Hospitals, Museums, Theatres, and Universities
Subways, Trains and Trams