Fire alarm and ECS voice amplifiers

NOTIFIER by Honeywell uses amplifiers for its fire alarm and emergency communications systems.

01/04/2013


NOTIFIER by Honeywell uses amplifiers for its fire alarm and emergency communications systems. Courtesy: HoneywellNOTIFIER by Honeywell has expanded its line of amplifiers to provide more flexible options for powering its fire alarm and emergency communications systems’ (ECS) audio announcements for maximum intelligibility across a multitude of environments. The addition of new 100- and 125-W amplifiers enables NOTIFIER systems to provide better audio solutions for larger buildings, outdoor areas, and industrial applications with high levels of ambient noise. NOTIFIER amplifiers support single and multi-channel audio, as well as bulk audio systems with a range of 35- to 125-W power options. Whether designing an effective audio system for a new building or upgrading a current system to meet NFPA intelligibility standards, the varied capabilities of NOTIFIER’s amplifiers allows the output of its voice communications systems to be easily tailored to virtually any application. 

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