The Nest Protect combination smoke and CO detector is back on the market after it was pulled months ago.
By Rachel Cericola · June 19, 2014
Aimed to help dealers and installers increase their revenue streams through carbon monoxide (CO) detector replacements, System Sensor of St. Charles, Ill., releases the CO-PLATE.
SSI Staff · September 15, 2013
System Sensor of St. Charles, Ill., releases the Advanced Multi-Criteria Fire/CO Detector (AMCF/CO), which meet both fire and carbon monoxide (CO) code requirements in a single addressable device, according to the company.
SSI Staff · July 21, 2013
The creation of and changes to fire/life-safety codes, standards and regulations does not occur in a vacuum. Fire systems professionals should minimally keep on top of how these rules and guidelines are developing; even better, actively participate in the process. Find out about key proposed ICC fire code changes.
July 01, 2013
Conscientious fire systems professionals realize they not only need to keep abreast of current codes and standards but also keep their ear to the ground to be prepared when requirements change. Cut through the din of hundreds of recent proposed ICC fire code changes with this overview of those that matter most.
By Shane Clary · June 02, 2013
While the majority of homes have smoke detectors, most are standalone devices and only 15% have working carbon monoxide detectors. Thus there’s a huge untapped market for greater levels of homeowner protection and greater fire contractor profits. Learn how to make the compelling case for monitored system-connected fire/life-safety solutions.
April 30, 2013
System Sensor of St. Charles, Ill., has launched its i4 Series combination carbon monoxide (CO)/smoke detector and integration module.
SSI Staff · April 24, 2013
The new St. Luke’s Magic Valley Medical Center located in Twin Falls, Idaho, has installed a state-of-the art fire detection system that integrates with other security and life safety systems to minimize disruptions to unaffected areas.
April 24, 2013
Effective Jan. 1, all Washington residences, including apartments, condos, hotels, dormitories and residential institutions, must have carbon monoxide (CO) detectors.
December 09, 2012
Gentex Corp. of Zeeland, Mich., unveils the GN-503FF, a photoelectric smoke and carbon monoxide (CO) alarm designed with two sets of Form A/Form C relay contacts that activate independently for smoke and CO events.
SSI Staff · October 28, 2012