10 Mar Honeywell launches UL-approved self-testing smoke detectors
Honeywell has unveiled the first fire alarm system that comes with UL-approved self-testing smoke detectors that can automate testing and system maintenance.
The Notifier Inspire fire alarm system with self-test detectors has been designed to create a safer building environment through increasing facility managers’ awareness of system needs. It also provides service providers with digital self-testing tools that streamline maintenance and support regulatory compliance and system uptime.
The all-in-one fire system delivers reliable protection, scalability, efficient monitoring and flexible and timely reporting. In addition, it is designed to scale based on the building’s needs.
Jurgen Van Goethem, Global President, Fire, Honeywell, said: “By digitalising the most essential system in the building, we’re creating efficiencies during commissioning and maintenance, we’re further improving system reliability and we’re improving the end-user experience.
“We’re also working to change building owners’ mindsets to think about fire and life safety systems not just as a necessary system to be able to occupy the building, but as a system with a wealth of data that going forward, we can tap into to ultimately better protect lives. This will help move the industry toward the creation of safer and more compliant buildings.”
The Notifier Inspire series is securely enabled through Honeywell’s Connected Life Safety Services (CLSS) cloud-based platform. This provides real-time visibility into the fire system for installers, service technicians and facility managers.
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