AES Corporation Introduces New 7795 AES-IntelliPro Fire Series Full Data Module

AES Corporation, a manufacturer of private wireless mesh alarm communication networks, is pleased to announce the launch of the new 7795 AES-IntelliPro Fire Series Full Data Module. The AES 7795 is UL 864 listed for primary standalone fire alarm communication without any other connections from the Fire Alarm Control Panel (FACP). The 7795 bundled kit combines 3 components: the 7794 full data module, the 7762 hardware supervisory module, and the 7740 annunciator for local trouble identification.

The new AES 7795 is ideal for drop-in full function replacement or a substitute for traditional phone lines dedicated to a fire alarm panel for communicating alarm messages to a central station. Installation of the 7795 full data module is simple; it comes pre-configured and ships from the factory with necessary hardware. Minimal programming is required and there are flexible options for either new systems or retrofit of existing systems. Network providers simply move the phone line connections from the fire alarm panel to the AES-IntelliPro module installed in the AES fire alarm subscriber. The 7795 transmits full alarm signal data captured off the fire panel's digital communicator as with phone lines, zone identification, and event codes.

"The market has been seeking a solution that offers primary standalone alarm communication in addition to secondary supplemental alarm communication with fire radios,” said Jim Burditt, vice president of sales for The Americas, AES Corporation. “I'm thrilled to report that we now offer that solution.”

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