The upgraded MS-9200UDLS and MS-9050UD fire alarm control panels by Fire-Lite Alarms by Honeywell of Northford, Conn., are designed with installer-requested features to reduce installation/maintenance time.
SSI Staff · April 05, 2011
Fire-Lite Alarms by Honeywell announces its addressable and conventional fire alarm control panels have achieved Int'l Building Code (IBC) seismic certification ...
March 16, 2011
Veteran installers will undoubtedly remember when fire alarm panels worked almost exclusively by relay technology. As technicians, we encounter relays every day in the field on alarm panel motherboards, smoke detectors, addressable heat sensors and a host of other devices.
May 31, 2010
Northford, Conn.-based Fire-Lite Alarms by Honeywell releases the Relay Option Module Enclosure (ROME), designed to enable the control of building systems such as fans, dampers and elevators during emergencies.
SSI Staff · May 18, 2010
Hochiki America Corp., of Buena Park, Calif., releases the FireNET Plus, a UL 894-Listed analog addressable control panel.
SSI Staff · May 11, 2010
St. Louis-based Potter Electric Signal Co. has designed six- and 10-amp power supplies with built-in sync generation for Potter/Amseco, System Sensor, Gentex and Wheelock notification appliances. The product includes patent-pending Quadrasync technology, which allows the user to synchronize any input type with multiple output circuits of different sync protocols and all of the strobes will flash together.
SSI Staff · February 01, 2010
The Minnesota Humane Society has received a fire alarm and installation donation from Silent Knight and Mankato, Minn.-based security and life safety integrator Spectrum Systems to help protect animals at its regional pet center.
December 29, 2009
Amityville, N.Y.-based NAPCO Security Technologies Inc. debuts its new commercial platform, including GEM-C commercial burglary and combination burglary/fire and Firewolf 24V addressable systems.
SSI Staff · December 20, 2009
SSI Staff · November 30, 2009
NOTIFIER of Northford, Conn., releases its high-speed NOTI-FIRE-NET fire alarm network, which operates nearly 40 times faster than its standard network platform while supporting twice as many nodes, according to the company.
SSI Staff · October 04, 2009