Widmer GuardQuest PRO SystemThe Watchman touches the M6000 recorder to a recording station chip and it records date, time and station I.D. number. Each M6000 recorder can hold up to 4,000 transactions. They're powered by 3 AAA alkaline batteries, with an approximate life of one year (or 500,000 transactions). They are designed to function at temperatures at between -40F (-40C) and +185F (+85C).
Export reports to Excel and other databases.
Expandable system design, Unlimited number of recording stations and tour guards.
Shockproof, waterproof, and tamperproof casing.
Transfers data directly to a PC via an RS232 or USB adapter to a PC using the download cradle.
Keypad operated, heavy-duty incident Message Booklet.
The GuardQuest PRO System is the enhanced version of the GuardQuest Basic System. This new system allows you to place recording stations in various locations, allowing guards to check in using a hand held recorder. This recorder can then later be interfaced with a computer system for use with Windows Excel or other databases. This is all done electronically. Thanks to the clever design, there is no need to worry about tampering. The entire system is shockproof and waterproof. Order your GuardQuest guard & watchman verification system today!
GuardQuest System Reports:
By Time & Date
By Name of Security Element to be controlled (Recording Station, Guard, Area)
By recorder serial number if more than one recorder in system
By messages (incidents or regular)
Exceptions & Performance Report
(per guard, per station)
Missed Stations Report
By Asset Report (Extinguishers, Vehicles)
The GuardQuest Basic System includes:
M6000 RecorderP6000 Download CradleHolster10 Recording Stations Software License2 Supervisor/Guard ID KeysIncident Message Pad
Size: 3.88" x 1.9" x 1.36" LWHMemory: Non Volatile. Capacity 5460 recordings.Self powered Dallas Semiconductor real time clock.Power: 3 AAA alkaline 1.5 VDC batteries, duration 1 year or 500,000 recordingsCasing Material: Lexan 40 Glass Reinforced PolycarbonateOperating Temperature: -40 degrees to +185 degrees Fahranheit (-40 degrees to +85 degrees Celcius)