St. Charles, Ill.-based System Sensor now provides a full range of accessories that expand the versatility and usability of InnovairFlex duct smoke detectors into a wide range of applications.
SSI Staff · June 30, 2009
System Sensor has published a guide on the proper application of system-connected carbon monoxide (CO) detectors in ordinary indoor locations.
June 03, 2009
System Sensor has launched a new carbon monoxide (CO) online resource to coincide with the release of its new CO1224T CO detector with RealTest.
January 06, 2009
Attendance at the 2008 International Security Conference (ISC) & Expo East crept upward from ...
November 30, 2008
With the economy as it is and Manhattan being as outrageously expensive as it is, most were quite skeptical of how this year’s ...
By Scott Goldfine · October 31, 2008
System Sensor, a manufacturer of fire detection and notification devices, has released its newly revised applications guide covering compliance issues regarding A/V applications for fire and life safety.
January 29, 2008
System Sensor of St. Charles, Ill., announces the SW-ALERT and the SWH-ALERT as part of the SpectrAlert Advance line. The products now include amber lens strobes for use in mass notification systems as a visible means to indicate non-fire evacuation, according to the company.
SSI Staff · December 31, 2007
System Sensor, a manufacturer of fire detection and notification products, has released a white paper on system-connected carbon monoxide (CO) detectors to remind security dealers, installers and distributors that CO system notification appliance circuits are more reliable when they adhere to UL's life-safety supervision requirements.
November 29, 2007
System Sensor of St. Charles, Ill., a Honeywell Fire company, introduces its Mini-Horns, the latest release in its series of audible/visible notification appliances, SpectrAlert Advance.
SSI Staff · July 31, 2007
System Sensor of St. Charles, Ill., a Honeywell company, introduces the CO1224, a 12/24V carbon monoxide (CO) detector designed for use with security and fire alarm control panels.
SSI Staff · November 30, 2006