1 fire radio—Honeywell’s iGSMCFP4G commercial fire radio meets NFPA 72 2013 requirements for 60-minute supervision and can function as the sole path of alarm-signal transport. It sends Contact ID messages from a Honeywell VISTA fire alarm control panel. It uses the Internet as a primary communications path and GSM as a backup.
5 Camera Bosch Security Systems Inc.’s DINION IP imager 9000 HD camera is designed for perimeter protection and surveillance. It is rugged and has built-in active infrared lighting. The intelligent auto-exposure feature automatically adjusts settings to increase the dynamic range of the camera. The built-in active infrared lighting enables the camera to detect objects in complete darkness up to 120 m away.
4 boXes—Legrand’s Wiremold recessed and flush-style floor boxes meet and often exceed UL fire classification requirements for a two-hour floor rating. Available in single- and multiple-gang versions in steel and nonmetallic fabrications, they provide power, communication and audio/video services into open spaces. They accept existing cover plates and service fittings. The conduit stubs extend downward, penetrating the steel decking into the space below. The stems of steel floor boxes contain intumescent fire-stop material.
2 vacancy/occupancy sensor—Hubbell Lighting’s Hubbell Building Automation LightHAWK2 wall-switch vacancy/occupancy-sensor family includes the dimming PIR sensors with 0–10V dimming; the night light PIR sensor with PIR technology and a night light; and the low-voltage sensor, which works with a power pack or as part of a lighting control system. All models include a built-in photocell that allows the lights to remain off when there is sufficient natural light.
Quintron Systems Inc.’s AccessNsite version 7.9.4 access control and intrusion detection software helps protect facilities of any size against unauthorized access. It scales to thousands of security devices controlled by Mercury Security, HID and DMP panels. It also is available in appliance form. The AccessNsite Rapid Deployment Server delivers everything needed for an eight-door system (upgradable to 32 doors) in a single-reconfigured device.
System Sensor’s FAAST aspirating smoke detector draws air into a high-sensitivity smoke-sensing chamber through a pipe network, so it can deliver accurate standard detection, early-warning fire detection, and very early-warning fire detection line. It is designed for applications that require Class I, Div 2, Groups A, B, C, D approvals, such as oil and gas drilling, petrochemical refining and processing, fuel storage, chemical manufacturing, car manufacturing, water treatment, power generation, pharmaceutical, distilleries and food manufacturers.
Chase Security wire enclosures are designed to protect thermostats, smoke detectors, pull stations, horn strobes and many other devices in commercial buildings, condo associations, HUD projects, prisons, hotels, parks and universities. Constructed of 7-gauge wire and welded at all points for strength, they come in red or white polyester and nickel-lacquer finishes.
Leviton’s 20A30-1 Omni Notifier board notifies users immediately by email of security or energy occurrences, such as intrusion, temperature change, arming/disarming of security system and more. It can send notifications to a smartphone or tablet. When a predefined event occurs, the attachment to the Omni and Lumina automation systems sends a customized email or text to up to eight addresses.