The lawsuit seeks more than $5 million in response to a ‘defect’ that renders the fire control units non-conforming to the minimum standards required by both UL and NFPA 72.
The lawsuit alleges Resideo/Honeywell knew about defects in its burglar and fire alarm system control units but continued to market and sell them.
For the past 20 years most hardwired alarm panels have been manufactured in deviation to UL 1023, UL 985 and NFPA 72 standards, Jeffrey Zwirn contends.
The new hybrid panel is said to combine the IQ Panel platform and PowerSeries Neo, meeting commercial security, life safety and automation requirements.
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