alarm stage

alarm stage

The first response to stress, in which a person suffers physical injury and pain or emotional trauma in the form of shock. The alarm stage is followed by an adaptation response which, if prolonged or repeated multiple times, leads to apathy and burnout.
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Those assets that are in an alarm stage (red) or an unknown stage (yellow) can then be scheduled for either repair or further monitoring or managed in some other way, such as reducing load, to minimize the risk of failure.
Adults can help children handle the alarm stage if they understand their temperament and how they will respond to stimuli.
With four remotely triggered alarm stages, the D2x can signal multiple safety warnings or process events.
The powerful alarm horn produces up to 105dB(A) at lm with a choice of 49 tones and two additional, remotely selectable, alarm stages.
The four alarm stages are remotely selectable and the message playback and the alarm tones have independent volume controls, enabling the outputs to be fine-tuned to the installed location.