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Wireless key fob with built-in position location engine

16 September 2009

Intelligent Distributed Controls (IDC) has introduced the ZB101 personal interactive key fob. The key fob is a compactly designed remote push button and alarm which is ideal for personnel tracking in hazardous working conditions.

Wireless key fob with audible alarm and built-in position location engine
Wireless key fob with audible alarm and built-in position location engine

The key fob has a built in alarm and tracking system and up to five push buttons with varying operations; its two lithium coin batteries will last over a million operations.

The ZB101 personal interactive key fob uses a wireless ZigBee network. It operates at 2.4GHz on a licence free IEEE 802.15.4 international standard. The key fob employs the latest microprocessor-based hardware in a conveniently sized key fob with a lone worker call button and internal buzzer. It uses bi-directional message routing between remote access points and centralised IT facilities.

The ZB101 is equipped with personal call buttons and is able to operate on an event driven basis or at regular reporting intervals the key fob is an ideal host for the Simplitrack personnel tracking software designed by IDC, which includes a 3-D tracking system as well as an accelerometer, which is capable of alerting the system during a fall.

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