Telecor ePanic Mobile Panic Button

March 18, 2024
ISC West 2024 Booth 5040

MISSISSAUGA, ONTARIO CANADA, April 1, 2024 – Telecor, a leading international provider of intercom, paging, clock, mass notification and security communication technology today announced new mobile panic button technology fully integrated with its eSeries Public Address Communication Solution.

Telecor eSeries is a next-generation, Ethernet-based, non-blocking communication system with no central server requirement. It is a frequent choice of K12 schools as both a stand-alone public address/ intercom system as well as integrated to existing analog public address/intercom systems (both Telecor and non-Telecor) to provide enhanced capabilities.

ePanic is a newly developed, state-of-the-art mobile duress button that provides all faculty and staff members with the ability to initiate an emergency alert from any location in a facility. The alert location will be displayed on the administrative and visual console and once received, will invoke two-way communication between the closest network speaker and the console. ePanic seamlessly integrates with the facility’s existing eSeries network eliminating the need for other types of third-party support infrastructures. 

Telecor’s ePanic receiver simply connects to every eSeries end-point device on the network to provide mesh network coverage of all desired areas of a building. Every ePanic mobile duress button functions with all receivers in a facility eliminating pairing issues or dropped coverage. In addition, staff members moving to another building on campus with the installed eSeries mesh network will have coverage.

For administration and security command centers, the ePanic solution will integrate with Telecor’s Visual Console and provide a facility map and clear view of the emergency alert location. Visual console users will also see IP camera views of the emergency call area when the existing IP camera system is integrated. 


“Leveraging over 40 years of communication technology expertise, we are using our existing public address and intercom infrastructure to support mobile duress. Pressing our ePanic button will send the alert location to our Visual Console and provide an integrated video feed. Public Address and Intercom technology is the first line of defense in an emergency and used by faculty and staff for daily communication.  It only makes sense to use this familiar, everyday technology to support mobile duress,” said Kyle Jova, Chief Operating Officer.


“With continued safety incidents in and around our schools and workplaces, panic buttons that alert to specific security personnel in an emergency are top of mind. Alyssa’s Law continues to be adopted in states across our country creating mandates for schools to have panic button technology.  We take our role in security and safety seriously and are pleased to provide a fully integrated mobile duress solution to both our existing and new clients,” said Darlene Cotterill, Vice-President of Sales.

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