Find out why Metris Secure Solutions chose Stahlin DiamondShield® enclosures to protect their emergency help station controls in their Outdoor Emergency Device Case Study.
For more than a decade, Metis Secure engineers have studied and mastered a variety of technologies and methods of providing emergency warnings. Their track record includes building and supporting more than 200,000 First Alert-branded National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) weather radios in the field. They have also built private warning systems for nuclear power plants and cutting edge systems for higher education.
The company recently introduced a new product line: the MS-6100 Emergency Help Station. This new, innovative alerting device is housed in a weatherproof, vandal-resistant exterior box that expands the application of our emergency notification system to locations such as outdoor parks, bus, train and subway stations, parking garages, parks and courtyards.
In addition to enabling the transmission of wireless signals, the enclosure housing the MS-6100 Emergency Help Station had to be able to handle the demands of an outdoor environment and be highly visible. Those criteria were critical. Metis Secure needed an enclosure that could be molded in a bold yellow color and it would also need to be modified to ensure easy installation of components including an emergency light and heating element. They also needed the enclosure to…>>Read More