Executives from Inovonics share tips to help security integrators offer wireless panic alarms to school and hospital administrators.
Jason Knott · April 03, 2015
Reducing nuisance alarms from triggered key fobs is necessary to maintain positive relationships with public safety agencies, the group says.
SSI Staff · May 29, 2014
The devices are being funded with a $440,000 grant from the Office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction.
SSI Staff · May 28, 2014
The 5802WXT wireless panic pendants by Honeywell of Melville, N.Y., are 25% smaller than previous models and can be worn as a pendant, on a wristband, as a belt clip or on a keychain.
SSI Staff · April 23, 2012
Detex Corp. of New Braunfels, Texas, releases the 230X, a panic device and a three-point deadbolt.
SSI Staff · October 12, 2011
New Braunfels, Texas-based Detex introduces the ECL-230X-TDB, a maximum security, code compliant, alarmed, three-point dead bolt, panic device.
SSI Staff · August 08, 2011
A panic alarm system's failure during the brutal attack of a hotel clerk exposes the installing company's negligence. The case reinforces the importance of following established and best practices to deliver true security/life safety while minimizing liability ...
March 06, 2011