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Danger management station

Stock no. MM8000xxx

The MM8000 danger management station provides a powerful solution for the centralized alarm management, supervision and control of a wide range of safety and security systems. It supports specifically fire safety, intrusion detection, access control, video surveillance and building automation installations. Third-party systems can be connected via standard interfaces (e.g. OPC or Modbus).


Safety: User guidance in case of an emergency guarantees that the right measures are taken.

Security: The operator will have access to exactly what was defined. Not less, not more.

Flexibility: The system can be built and configured to best fit an actual situation: MM8000 can be used with brand new installations, as well as to enhance or extend existing systems.

Reliability: The MM8000 is based on the concept of autonomous subsystems and distributed control. Furthermore, redundant configurations can be implemented.

Scalability: MM8000 will easily grow with company needs if support for more subsystems, more disciplines and more stations is needed.

Openness: Third-party subsystem integration using OPC and Modbus (via NK).

Optional OPC DA Server (MK8000) and RESTful Web services as interfaces to third-party systems.

Mobile device support: MM8000 Alarms app for smartphones and tablets (Android and iOS) that lets an operator view and handle events of a connected MM8000 management station. Search for MM8000 Alarms available at the Google Play Store and the Apple® App StoreTM.


Complete overview of the actual state of technical installations in a building at any time.

Homogeneous and intuitive operation of the different subsystems.

Comprehensive guidance and support of the operator in case of an alarm.

Logging of all activities and powerful reporting possibilities.

Comfortable navigation through the system via graphical maps or object trees.

Advanced graphics including AutoCAD.

Automatic and/or manual alarm dispatching via e-mail, SMS and pagers.

Scheduler application for time-based actions.

Configurable interactions between different subsystems.

System security based on Microsoft Windows (combined login).

VMware® / Windows Hyper-V virtual machine support.