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Honeywell recommends pull stations be replaced

May 1, 2013SSN Staff

MELVILLE, N.Y.—Honeywell Fire Systems has identified an issue with its BG-10 Series fire alarm pull stations that can affect normal operation, according to a company bulletin. Honeywell strongly recommends that such devices be replaced. The BG-10 Series pull stations were manufactured from 1992 through 2010, though the majority were manufactured between 1992 and 2000. The devices were distributed under multiple brands, including ADT, Fire-Lite Alarms, Johnson Control Inc., and Notifier. The...

ADT, BG-10 Series, Fire-Lite Alarms, Honeywell Fire Systems, Johnsons Control Inc., Notifier


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Notifier launches new Web platform that aids distributors

January 18, 2013SSN Staff

NORTHFORD, Conn.—Notifier by Honeywell, a manufacturer of fire alarm systems, has launched a new website offering easier access to product information, as well as solutions-based information regularly sought by facility managers and first responders, according to a company statement. Notifier.com includes a streamlined interface that allows all site content to be easily searched and sorted, allowing fast access to pertinent data with fewer page views. The new site's organization is a product...

Honeywell, Honeywell Fire Systems, Notifier


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Getting to know the media can improve ROI

June 28, 2012Tess Nacelewicz

Erica Wood, co-owner and chief security officer of Dayton, Ohio-based American Fire & Security, said she kept getting turned down by a business newspaper in her community when she tried to get it to publish news about her company. It wasn't until she met with the publication's editor that she found out the paper only wanted stories focused on business growth. Now Wood knows how to tailor press releases about her company to win the interest of that publication. Talking to editors and reporters to...

American Fire & Security, Beth Welch, Erica Wood, ESX, Honeywell Fire Systems, Jay Stuck, Joseph Mitton, Nashville, SecureWatch24, Select Security


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ESX 2012: Maximize your ROI—by talking to the likes of me!

June 25, 2012Tess Nacelewicz

Want a tip? One of you best ways to market your company may just well be contacting me. No, I don't have an inflated ego. What I'm talking about is good old-fashioned publicity about your company that I and other members of the media can provide—it's still one of the best content market strategies there is. And you can learn about how to get the most out of media relations by attending a seminar I'm moderating this week at the ESX show in Nashville. The seminar is called “Maximize Your...

Beth Welch, Honeywell Fire Systems, Jay Stuck, Joe Mitton, SecureWatch24, Security Systems News, Select Security


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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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Silent Knight launches combined fire alarm and ECS system

March 21, 2012Tess Nacelewicz

NORTHFORD, Conn.—An “all-in-one” fire alarm and emergency communications system just introduced by Silent Knight by Honeywell is easy to use and cost-effective, according to Jim Spooner, product manager for Silent Knight.“You're installing one cabinet [instead of separate fire alarm and emergency communication systems],” he told Security Systems News. “That will reduce your labor time on the installation.”Also, he said, wiring for one system is less expensive....

Beth Welch, Farenhyt ECS, Honeywell Fire Systems, Jim Spooner, New Fire & Emergency Communication Code Seminars, NFPA 72, Security Systems News, Silent Knight


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