Minut uses passive infrared heat detection to detect living things, in addition to tracking changes in the environment such as temperature or noise disturbances.
A new ordinance that took effect Jan. 1 aims to curb an increasingly large number of false intrusion and fire alarms.
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.
Next year the new UL 268 7th edition standard will require smoke sensors, detectors and smoke alarms to pass more than 215 new or revised performance tests.
This next installment of the SSI Industry Hall of Fame Webcast Series features Jim Henry, executive vice president of corporate development for Securitas Electronic Security.
The new IEEE 802.3bt standard increases the maximum PoE power available mainly by utilizing all four pairs of the structured wiring.