• Meet both fire and carbon monoxide (CO) code requirements with a single, addressable device.
• The Advanced Multi-Criteria Fire/CO Detector (AMCF/CO) combines award-winning fire and CO protection using only four wires and one footprint for the most advanced, cost-effective and attractive detection solution available.
• For fire, the detector combines four, separate, sensing elements in one unit (smoke, CO, light/flame and heat) to sense multiple components of a fire.
• Enhanced sensitivity to real fire with heightened immunity to nuisance particulate.
• For CO, the detector’s electrochemical sensing cell creates a separate signal for life safety CO detection.
• The AMCF/CO works with the System Sensor B200S intelligent sounder base to provide both Temp 3 and Temp 4 signals for fire and CO. The B200S can be synchronized with System Sensor AV devices and used as part of the evacuation signal.
Gentex Corporation has released a combination photoelectric smoke and carbon monoxide (CO) alarm with two sets of Form A/Form C relay contacts activating independently for smoke and CO events. The GN-503FF utilizes photoelectric and electrochemical sensing technology performance wherever smoke and CO detection is required. The GN-503FF is a 120VAC, hard wired alarm with 9VDC battery back-up and includes tandem interconnect capabilities, differentiating signals for each alarm type annunciation, quick disconnect wire harness, low or missing battery indicator and push button self and functionality test.
• System Sensor has launched its new i4 Series Combination CO/Smoke Detector and Integration Module.
• Able to integrate the i4 into conventional security and fire panels, System Sensor customers can rest assured knowing they are providing the most comprehensive life safety solution for homeowners to date.
• First low-voltage, system-connected, combination smoke/carbon monoxide detection solution on the market.
• Ability to integrate into conventional security and fire panels.
• Reduces parts and labor required for installation by combining into a single device.
The i4 Series Combination Carbon Monoxide (CO)/Smoke Detector and Interface Module is a system-connected, combination solution for conventional fire systems. The system includes a 12/24-volt, combination electrochemical CO/photoelectric smoke detector and a module that interfaces with a panel. The unit sends distinct smoke or CO alerts to the panel while sounding the appropriate Temporal 3 or Temporal 4 signal. Users can easily replace the unit’s CO cell at its end-of-life without tools.
Safety Technology International Inc.
STI’s multifunction door alarm helps prevent unauthorized exits and entries of fire/emergency doors. Exit Stopper alerts if a protected door is opened by emitting a 95/105dB alarm for 30 seconds, three minutes or continuously. Annunciation mode announces door entry with a set of 10 beeps and resets. The credential can be securely embedded on NFC smartphones for physical access control, PC logon, biometrics and a wide range of additional applications. The alarm can serve as an inexpensive security device and help stop theft. It is available in supervised wireless.
Temperature Controlled Enclosures are used to protect fire-panels, DVRs, camera and gate systems, fiber-optic cable and other electronics mounted indoors, outdoors and in extreme environments. The line of more than 60 products features new items such as seven non-metallic models for wireless applications and highly corrosive environments, and six rack-enclosure models which include an internal 12-RU rack.
Honeywell Fire Systems
NOTIFIER by Honeywell’s new website offers easy accessibility to its fire alarm and emergency communications product information for system designers and inspectors, as well as the specific, solutions-based information regularly sought by facility managers and first responders. In addition to a more dynamic look, NOTIFIER.com includes a streamlined interface that allows all site content to be easily searched and sorted, equaling fast access to pertinent data with fewer page views.
A new, online form enables customers to request that their FAAST Fire Alarm Aspiration Sensing Technology projects be designed.