Inovonics Launches EN7017 Site Survey Kit & App
Inovonic’s EN7017 survey kit provides a wireless blueprint in advance of installation, allowing security professionals to provide quick and accurate quotes.
Inovonics announced the release of its new EN7017 survey kit and app to give security dealers and integrators a tool to help them quote wireless jobs.
The EN7017 survey kit and application provides security professionals with a wireless blueprint in advance of installing devices, allowing the quick preparation of accurate quotes, assuring them that the system quoted will perform as designed and allowing end customers to see the range and coverage Inovonics provides.
The EN7017 survey kit and app consist of three components: an EN1223SK survey transmitter; a portable, Bluetooth-enabled, battery-powered EN4017SK survey receiver; and an app allowing you to use your Android or iOS mobile device to monitor Inovonics performance in real time. The survey kit is also compatible with the EN1210SK.
Key features include:
- Automatic notification of both signal repeater signal strength
- Intuitive display
- Protective and professional storage
- Mobile flexibility
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Inovonics, celebrating 30 years of commercial wireless leadership, provides wireless intrusion and mobile duress devices, senior living and submetering transmitters, signal and control sensors, and add-on, serial and IP receivers for integration into a wide variety of application specific hardware and software solutions. Supporting installations of thousands of devices across entire campuses, the EchoStream® family of high-power repeaters combine to create an intelligent mesh-like network amplifying transmissions from EchoStream transmitters extending the range of wireless coverage in all types of commercial building construction.
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