The i4 Series Combination Carbon Monoxide (CO)/Smoke Detector and Interface Module is a system-connected, combination solution for conventional fire systems. The system includes a 12/24-volt, combination electrochemical CO/photoelectric smoke detector and a module that interfaces with a panel. The unit sends distinct smoke or CO alerts to the panel while sounding the appropriate Temporal 3 or Temporal 4 signal. Users can easily replace the unit’s CO cell at its end-of-life without tools.
Safety Technology International Inc.
STI’s multifunction door alarm helps prevent unauthorized exits and entries of fire/emergency doors. Exit Stopper alerts if a protected door is opened by emitting a 95/105dB alarm for 30 seconds, three minutes or continuously. Annunciation mode announces door entry with a set of 10 beeps and resets. The credential can be securely embedded on NFC smartphones for physical access control, PC logon, biometrics and a wide range of additional applications. The alarm can serve as an inexpensive security device and help stop theft. It is available in supervised wireless.
Temperature Controlled Enclosures are used to protect fire-panels, DVRs, camera and gate systems, fiber-optic cable and other electronics mounted indoors, outdoors and in extreme environments. The line of more than 60 products features new items such as seven non-metallic models for wireless applications and highly corrosive environments, and six rack-enclosure models which include an internal 12-RU rack.
Honeywell Fire Systems
NOTIFIER by Honeywell’s new website offers easy accessibility to its fire alarm and emergency communications product information for system designers and inspectors, as well as the specific, solutions-based information regularly sought by facility managers and first responders. In addition to a more dynamic look, NOTIFIER.com includes a streamlined interface that allows all site content to be easily searched and sorted, equaling fast access to pertinent data with fewer page views.
System Sensor has launched a new online form that enables customers to request that System Sensor design their FAAST Fire Alarm Aspiration Sensing Technology projects. Customers simply fill out and submit the questionnaire located at systemsensor.com/faastq to provide FAAST Design Engineers with necessary project data, including detection type (very early warning, early warning, standard), room dimensions and usage, device location, and facilities drawings. Once System Sensor verifies that all necessary information has been included, our expert team will design the system and deliver the system layout and bill of materials for the project.
Honeywell Fire Systems
The IPGSM-COM is a UL-listed primary fire alarm communicator that provides full Contact ID data reporting for virtually any fire alarm control panel. Using the company’s AlarmNet network, a triple-path redundancy provides connectivity for life safety systems. An IP path is used for primary communications and GPRS GSM cellular for back-up. Should GPRS be unavailable, the unit switches to SMS communications. A 256-bit Advanced Encryption Standard is used to secure data traveling through each pathway.
The SK-FFT (Silent Knight Fire Fighter Telephone) system can integrate with its addressable IntelliKnight fire alarm systems or operate alongside other fire alarm systems as a standalone solution. The scalable system can support up to 48 supervised, remote audio connections with as many as 10 remote handsets communicating at one time.
Telguard's TG-7FS sole path cellular alarm communicator for commercial fire gives security dealers a solution for both new and existing commercial customers, providing dealers with a new source of RMR. Compliant with section 18.104.22.168 of the NFPA 72 2010 Edition, the device serves as the primary communication path for commercial fire alarm systems, replacing all the landlines customers currently dedicate to their master control units.
Open-area Smoke Imaging Detection (OSID) is designed to overcome the weaknesses of traditional detectors used in large open spaces where only standard sensitivity detection is required. In its simplest configuration, the unit uses one imager, a camera-like device with a wide field of view, and a wired or battery-powered emitter roughly aligned on the opposite wall within the protected area. The emitter sends both infrared and ultraviolet coded light signals to the imager.
The Simplex XAD Remote Smoke Detection System is designed for challenging duct applications, prison cells, the tops of elevator shafts and other areas where code requires smoke detection. The system uses SimplexGrinnell's TrueAlarm sensing technology, with a high-performance aspirator that can actively draw air from difficult-to-reach HVAC ducts up to 80 feet away. The sampled air is filtered before being analyzed by a TrueAlarm smoke sensor.