Hildebran, N.C.-based Elk Products Inc.'s ELK-M1XRF2H is a wireless (RF) receiver and input expander for use with the ELK-M1 and ELK-M1EZ8 controls. The M1 wireless receiver has been designed for use with Honeywell 5800 Series one-way transmitters, including door/window sensors, motion detectors, smoke/heat detectors and key fobs.
SSI Staff · February 15, 2010
The first entry of our three-part series, "How to Grow RMR With Managed Access Control," explains how to lay the groundwork to meet customers' needs and boost your revenues.
February 11, 2010
IP UserGroup USA announces Honeywell Video Systems has joined its ranks as a corporate member. The technical forum is comprised of leading companies in the IP security products and services market.
February 10, 2010
January 31, 2010
Honeywell's Pro-Watch security management system provides new access control technology for Churchill Downs, the Home of the Kentucky Derby. The technology is being used to manage identification data for all corporate racetrack employees and third-party vendors.
December 14, 2009
As 20-year anniversaries go, Honeywell’s First Alert Professional convention in sunny San Diego was one impressive get-together. Held Nov. 19-22, more than 700 attendees from among First Alert’s 340 or so independent dealer companies convened at the Hilton San Diego Bayfront Hotel for the “Come Soar With Us”-themed proceedings.
Rodney Bosch · December 07, 2009
An often overlooked component of a lot of commercial access control systems is lobby/ visitor management. Louisville, Ky.-based Honeywell Access Systems attempts to remedy that with the Lobbyworks system. Configurable for both a manned guard station and a self-service kiosk, Lobbyworks provides powerful visitor tracking and access control.
SSI Staff · December 06, 2009
2GIG Technologies has signed a purchase order agreement with APX Alarm, a full-service ...
December 02, 2009
Fire-Lite Alarms by Honeywell is continuing its fire alarm training series free of charge across the United States. The coursework covers a range of technical information, including installation, programming and troubleshooting.
October 25, 2009
Northford, Conn.-based Gamewell-FCI by Honeywell has expanded its Flex Series of conventional products with the addition of two fire alarm releasing panels designed to offer flexible control of single and dual-hazard agent-based suppression or deluge systems. Both panels are listed to UL/ANSI-864 Ninth Edition standards for provision of standalone or supplemental fire protection and releasing control.
SSI Staff · October 22, 2009