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A new breed of smoke alarms incorporates military technology that is said to be superior to either ionization or photoelectric technologies.


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A new breed of smoke alarms incorporates military technology that is said to be superior to either ionization or photoelectric technologies. Rodney Bosch · April 14, 2016

An effort to reduce nuisance alarms and better detect smoldering fires has led to the development of a new type of algorithm-assisted alarm. Learn how the device differs from standard photoelectric and ionization devices and how it might advance life-safety measures. December 02, 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

The SL-350QFR by Optex of Chino, Calif., is a 350-foot battery-powered photoelectric detector that requires no trenching or wiring, according to the company. SSI Staff · August 08, 2012

The SL-350QFR by Optex of Chino, Calif., is a 350-foot battery-powered photoelectric detector that requires no trenching or wiring, according to the company. SSI Staff · August 08, 2012

System Sensor of St. Charles, Ill., releases the InnovairFlex D4120 four-wire photoelectric duct smoke detector, which features a pivoting housing that fits both square and rectangular footprints and mounts to round or rectangular ductwork. SSI Staff · July 31, 2012

System Sensor of St. Charles, Ill., releases the InnovairFlex D4120 four-wire photoelectric duct smoke detector, which features a pivoting housing that fits both square and rectangular footprints and mounts to round or rectangular ductwork. SSI Staff · July 31, 2012

The Acclimate 2251TMB photoelectric detector by System Sensor of St. Charles, Ill., includes thermal detection at 135° F. SSI Staff · June 19, 2012

The Acclimate 2251TMB photoelectric detector by System Sensor of St. Charles, Ill., includes thermal detection at 135° F. SSI Staff · June 19, 2012

To make it easier for users to test its InnovairFlex intelligent smoke detectors, System Sensor of St. Charles, Ill., has added the 2251BR remote test capable photoelectric detector for a simplified remote testing capability. SSI Staff · February 27, 2012




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