The NEMA 4-rated InnovairFlex watertight duct smoke detectors by System Sensor of St. Charles, Ill., are designed to operate in the most challenging conditions.
SSI Staff · March 30, 2011
Proper fire detection is essential not only for life safety but also to avoid false alarms or system malfunctions that could cost the business a bundle. In particular, this holds true for financial institutions ...
By Al Colombo · March 20, 2011
The MCT-427 wireless smoke and heat detector by Visonic Ltd. of Bloomfield, Conn. offers fire detection sensitivity, including the ability to sense rapid temperature changes and detect smoke.
SSI Staff · January 30, 2011
A Q&A session addresses code compliance challenges associated with projected beam smoke detectors, annunciators and keypads.
By Al Colombo · December 06, 2010
Fire alarm installation entails more than merely placing smoke detectors in strategic areas of a building. Technicians are often required to interface fire alarm systems with other building subsystems.
June 30, 2010
The RRS-MOD, a reversing relay/synchronization module by St. Charles, Ill.-based System Sensor enhances the operation of two- and four-wire i3 Series detectors with a built-in sounder, allowing all the detectors on the loop to sound when one alarms by reversing the polarity to the detector zone, according to the company.
SSI Staff · May 31, 2010
St. Charles, Ill.-based System Sensor produces the InnovairFlex intelligent duct smoke detector, designed for use in applications requiring a remote test.
SSI Staff · April 30, 2010
The editors of SECURITY SALES & INTEGRATION fanned out across the show floor of ISC West to locate new products and technology, which we'll be writing about over the coming months.
March 25, 2010
A proposal that would revise the regulations covering lithium battery transportation could have “tragic consequences”...
March 16, 2010
Digital Monitoring Products (DMP) of Springfield, Mo., now offers five additional devices as part of its line of wireless security technology. The new commercial fire sensors include the 1165/1165H/1165HS commercial smoke detectors, the 1181 post indicator valve, and the 1182 OS&Y switch. All of the devices carry the UL commercial fire listing.
SSI Staff · October 22, 2009