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Silent Night fire control communicator designed for small to mid-size apps

Silent Night, a division of Honeywell International Inc., recently announced an upgrade to its IntelliKnight 5700 Fire Control Communicator.


May 1, 2008  


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Silent Night, a division of Honeywell International Inc., recently announced an upgrade to its IntelliKnight 5700 Fire Control Communicator.

Now conforming to the testing requirements of UL 9th edition standards, the new addition provides digital fire reporting over ordinary telephone lines and supports up to 50 addressable devices.

The latter allows the user to precisely determine which device has been activated and/or needs attention. The communicator also uses a distributed power scheme to simplify installation and reduce wiring requirements.

The drift compensation feature of the 5700 helps reduce false alarms and pinpoint maintenance problems. If a fault condition is detected, a trouble report is immediately generated.

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