Many commercial accounts want to upgrade their fire systems to use cellular and/or IP communications. Older systems that use traditional telephone lines for connectivity are becoming increasingly impractical as service providers upgrade their networks to more modern technology. Upgrading fire systems to use cellular and/or IP can save customers money on monthly connectivity costs and can provide a higher level of security with faster data transmissions.
Adept LNDSCP is a four-satellite speaker system that includes everything needed for easy installation. The system is designed to be plug-and-play and easily expandable, as well as ruggedly built to last.
Almost 5 years ago the HES 1500 and 1600 Electric Strikes were launched as the next generation of the legacy 4500 and 1006 Electric Strikes. Let’s take a closer look at what sets these strikes apart from the rest
Safeguard AC power, fire panels, access control systems, network devices, burglar alarms, and video surveillance systems, including those that use PoE technology to provide power and network connectivity over a single Ethernet cable with Ditek Surge Protection.
The 6820EVS built-in digital alarm communicator/transmitter (DACT) is dual technology – IP and POTS. The IP communicator sends alarm signals over the internet, saving the monthly cost of two dedicated business telephone lines...
Starlink is Napco’s brand name for a line of LTE cellular communicators designed to upgrade any manufacturer’s old communications methods, including sunsetting 3G/CDMA radios, leased line/POTS landlines, or mesh radios. Learn more about these cost saving devices today!
Paxton10 is a modular system that can handle up to 1,000 doors per server across multiple sites, as well as 1,000 video cameras. It has Bluetooth smart credentials and can be integrated with fire and intrusion alarm systems
The System Sensor L-series of audible visible devices includes just about any sounding or notification device a project may require and provides aesthetic and functional consistency across the entire series. It’s an approach that minimizes training requirements and helps prevent potential confusion in the field. Learn more about the various L-Series devices and the advantages to installing them.