Honeywell releases 2011/2012 Security & Communications sourcebook

MELVILLE , N.Y. , April 7, 2010– Honeywell (NYSE: HON) Honeywell (NYSE: HON) has published its Security & Communications Sourcebook for 2011/2012.  Since touchscreens are part of consumers' everyday lives, the catalog has a major focus on solutions that leverage this technology, including Honeywell's new LYNX Touch self-contained wireless control featuring a brilliant, full-color touchscreen keypad.  Other security and communications products highlighted include the VISTA™ Turbo commercial control panels and Total Connect 2.0.  All of these solutions have been designed to drive RMR while solving critical alarm communications challenges like VoIP, migration from POTS lines and cell phone-only homes and businesses.

Dealers can obtain a free copy by calling 1-800-467-5875 and requesting part number L/SCBK2011/D .

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