Inovonic’s EN7017 survey kit provides a wireless blueprint in advance of installation, allowing security professionals to provide quick and accurate quotes.
The EN1244 Inovonics wireless smoke detector features an onboard sounder, an LED indicator, tamper and local test.
Inovonics’ detector provides warnings to prevent damage caused by leaks.
The new interface was made available to dealers and integrators from their local ADI or Tyco distributor in February 2016.
Inovonics manufacturers commercial grade wireless alarms, including mobile duress devices, motion sensors and door contacts.
Weather alerts, environmental alerts and food service monitoring are just a few of the unconventional ways campuses are using their panic alarm technology.
Faster installation is one important benefit of wireless panic alarms, but there are several others.
Did you know that false activations are rare with panic alarms? This is just one of several strengths of this type of solution.
When creating it, be certain to include the appropriate stakeholders and tailor the policy to your budget.
By creatively integrating systems you can both improve campus safety and increase your return on investment.
For students to thrive in their classrooms, they need not only educational tools to learn but also an environment that allows them to achieve their full potential—one where they feel safe. Controlling access is a critical part of providing a safe learning atmosphere.