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Fire Systems Installation

IPGSM solution touted for reliability, cost savings

February 24, 2014Tess Nacelewicz

PATTERSON, N.J.—Spotty telephone service in this area is a major reason why Luis Rodriguez, a fire alarm specialist and lead technician at High End Electric, recommended a more reliable Honeywell Power IPGSM-4G solution for a café here.High End, an electrical contractor based here that does commercial and residential fire system installations, recently installed an addressable MS-9200UDLS system from Fire-Lite Alarms by Honeywell at the Mamajuana Café franchise. Part of the package also was...

AlarmNet, Fire-Lite, High End Electric, Honeywell, IPGSM, life safety, Mamajuana Café, physical security, SSN


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Customers like non-proprietary systems, Interactive says

March 5, 2013Tess Nacelewicz

NASHVILLE, Tenn.—More and more customers want non-proprietary fire systems in order to have more choice when it comes to maintenance and service, according to Mike White, fire alarm account manager for Interactive Systems, a security and fire company based here.“I've been seeing that all around the state,” he said told Security Systems News. “All the school systems seem to be requesting non-proprietary now.”The demand is coming from other verticals as well, and on the...

Ashland City Fire and Safety, Audio/Video Design Consultants, Fire-Lite, Honeywell, Interactive Systems, Mike White, Patriot Systems, Security Systems News


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Modern System Concepts likes communicator

April 11, 2012Tess Nacelewicz

LAS VEGAS—Phone lines were causing problems on a project that Modern System Concepts undertook to upgrade a utility provider's fire systems, said Mark Popkowski, company owner and president.That's why Popkowski said Modern, based in Katy, Texas, is turning to Fire-Lite's IPGSM-DP fire alarm communicator as a solution.The communicator offers a choice of either IP or GSM cellular as the main pathway for reporting fire alarm signals to a central monitoring station, allowing customers to get rid...

Beth Welch, Fire-Lite, Honeywll Fire Systems, IPGSM-DP, Mark Popkowski, Modern System Concepts, Security Systems News


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Firsts on the first day of ISC West

March 29, 2012Tess Nacelewicz

Today was the first day of ISC West 2012 and I started my day off at a Honeywell breakfast where Scott Harkins, the new president of Honeywell Security Products, talked about a series of “firsts” the company was announcing at the show. “We're very excited that this show, the ISC show, is where we're launching the great technology revolution in the intrusion space,” Harkins said. He cited a series of products and technologies that he said are “firsts for us and first...

Alex Dunn, Beth Welch, Cooper Notification, Fire-Lite, Honeywell Fire Systems, Honeywell Security Products, Jacquiline Townshend, Scott Harkins, Ted Milburn, Vivint


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Fire-Lite Alarms systems earthquake-proof

March 31, 2011Tess Nacelewicz

NORTHFORD, Conn.—Fire-Lite by Honeywell has achieved International Building Code seismic certification for its most popular addressable and conventional fire alarm systems, the company, based here, announced this month. Fire-Lite said it has created a seismic kit that can easily be installed inside its control panels to meet IBC seismic requirements and help make sure a fire alarm system remains operational in an earthquake. Gene Pecora, Fire-Lite marketing director, noted that fires are a...

Beth Welch, E-3 Series, Fire-Lite, Gamewell-FCI, Gene Pecora, Honewell, IBC, International Building Code, NFPA Conference & Expo, Notifier


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