Low Frequency Sounder

Low Frequency Sounder

Low Frequency Sounder Product Image

St. Charles, IL: System Sensor has launched new low frequency notification appliances that meet the NFPA 72® requirements for all commercial sleeping spaces that begin in 2014.

"For people living in states and regions that have adopted the 2010 or 2013 edition of NFPA 72, all new commercial sleeping spaces will be required to utilize an audible device that produces a low frequency tone centered around 520 Hz effective January 1, 2014," says Rebecca Peterson, System Sensor Product Marketing Manager. "Many of our customers are wondering how they are going to meet this requirement. Our new SpectrAlert® Advance low frequency notification appliances have them covered."

Why the change to the code? "Studies have shown that a lower frequency is more effective at waking sleeping individuals, including individuals with mild to severe hearing loss, when compared to the 3 Kilohertz tone found in residential smoke alarms," continues Peterson. "We see these devices being used most often in spaces like hotel rooms, dormitories, assisted living and nursing home facilities just to name a few."

The first low frequency sounders and sounder strobes on the market that integrate directly with fire alarm control panels, these notification appliances include all the same features and benefits as the rest of the market-leading SpectrAlert Advance line, including a plug-in design and onboard shorting spring that simplifies installation and reduces costly ground faults.

Learn more at systemsensor.com/lowfrequency.

Expand for more details on this Product

Wheelock Exceder LED Series Ceiling Notification Appliances

Product From Eaton Corporation

LONG BRANCH, N.J. … Power management company Eaton today announced that its Cooper Notification business has expanded its Wheelock Exceder LED Series to include ceiling models for horns, horn strobes, strobes, speakers and speaker strobes. The Wheelock Exceder Series is the industry’s first line of notification appliances to utilize high-efficiency light emitting diodes (LEDs) as the strobe light source to help reduce overall costs in fire alarm and emergency communication systems.

Get Info Now

Cooper Notification's Wheelock Exceder LED Low Frequency Sounder Line

Product From Cooper Notification

LONG BRANCH, N.J. … Power management company Eaton today announced that its Cooper Notification business has introduced the Wheelock Exceder LED low frequency sounder line. These new products represent a first in the industry and are designed to meet both the National Fire Protection Association’s (NFPA) fire alarm and carbon monoxide 520 Hertz (Hz) code requirements for sleeping areas.

Get Info Now

FS-6000 flame sensor

Product From Takex

Takex's flame sensor FS-6000 immediately detects ultraviolet rays contained in flames and outputs a warning message and activates an external output. The sensor and speaker combined body can be installed either indoors or outdoors.

Get Info Now

Commander4 Series Selectable Candela Evacuation Signals

Product From Gentex Corporation

The Commander4 Series Selectable Candela Evacuation Signals from Gentex are ceiling-mount strobe or horn/strobe combination devices that offer dependable audible and visual alarms and the lowest current consumption. 

Get Info Now

Gamewell-FCI's SpectrAlert Advance Series Fire Alarm Sounders

Product From Gamewell-FCI

NORTHFORD, Conn., Mar. 3, 2014 - Gamewell-FCI by Honeywell announces the SpectrAlert Advance Series of low-frequency fire alarm sounders and sounder strobes to meet National Fire Alarm Association (NFPA) code requirements for sleeping areas in commercial buildings, such as hotels, school dormitories and assisted living facilities. The NFPA requirements went into effect January 1, 2014.

Get Info Now

Notifier First Command Emergency Communication System

Product From Notifier

NORTHFORD, Conn. – NOTIFIER by Honeywell (NYSE: HON) introduces the First Command emergency communication system (ECS), designed to seamlessly interface with virtually any commercial fire alarm to provide a system for broadcasting live and pre-recorded general messages and emergency alerts. By leveraging the code-required intelligible, survivable, fully-supervised qualities of new and existing fire alarm systems, First Command offers small, standalone facilities an ECS that is both economical and highly-reliable.

Get Info Now

First Command emergency communication system (ECS)

Product From Notifier

NORTHFORD, Conn., August 6, 2013 – NOTIFIER by Honeywell (NYSE: HON) introduces the First Command emergency communication system (ECS), designed to seamlessly interface with virtually any commercial fire alarm to provide a system for broadcasting live and pre-recorded general messages and emergency alerts. By leveraging the code-required intelligible, survivable, fully-supervised qualities of new and existing fire alarm systems, First Command offers small, standalone facilities an ECS that is both economical and highly-reliable.

Get Info Now

Comark to feature new 10” Smart Display at the 2013 NFPA Expo

Product From Comark Corporation

Medfield, MA. June 10, 2013– Comark Corporation, a designer and manufacturer of high performance
computer and display solutions, will be unveiling its new 10” Smart Display at the 2013 National Fire

Get Info Now

Potter’s PSN-1000E Intelligent Notification Power Expander

Product From Potter Electric Signal Company

Potter Electric Signal Co.’s PSN-1000E Intelligent Notification Power Expander includes the following features: 

• Expansion Cabinet allows the additional room for mounting accessories
• Up to 31 Intelligent Power Supplies per panel

Get Info Now

Silent Knight 5820XL-EVS

Product From Silent Knight

The 5820XL-EVS from Silent Knight is an intelligent addressable fire alarm control panel combined with an Emergency Voice System (EVS). When the EVS features are enabled, they are integrated with the fire alarm and voice evacuation functions of the control panel. The 5820XL-EVS panel and accessories provide features to meet the requirements for Mass Notification Systems as described in UL 2572.

Get Info Now