Honeywell Technology Delivers Emergency Communication
New technology from NOTIFIER, part of Honeywell’s Life Safety Group, enables high-rise buildings, schools and college campuses, mass transit hubs and multiple facilities to deliver fast and widespread emergency communication.
In the event of a dangerous emergency, NOTIFIER’s mass notification systems broadcast live, up-to-the-minute information to everyone to prevent injuries and save lives. The product line fits a wide range of facility types.
FireVoice 25/50 is geared to smaller, stand-alone facilities, while Digital Voice Command (DVC) is engineered specifically for larger buildings and campuses that require a greater level of flexibility and sophistication in their communication system.
Multiple DVC systems linked together via the NOTI-FIRE-NET intelligent network form a powerful mass notification system capable of informing thousands of people throughout a campus about an unfolding emergency.
Also included in the mass notification portfolio is a complete line of visual and audible peripheral notification appliances — such as amber strobes, LED signs and speaker clusters:
- Flashing amber strobes accompany voice instructions to visually alert occupants than an emergency exists.
- Programmable LED signs placed in areas where a large number of people assemble or pass by can communicate information specific to the emergency or display a simple message, such as “evacuate.”
- Large speaker clusters can be installed on the exterior of a building or multiple buildings through a campus to provide voice instructions to people outdoors in the general vicinity of the buildings.
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