Fire alarm panel

The Simplex 4007ES fire alarm panel is designed specifically for small- and mid-sized projects including construction, building upgrades, and retrofit projects.

09/26/2014


The Simplex 4007ES fire alarm panel is designed specifically for small- and mid-sized projects including construction, building upgrades, and retrofit projects. Courtesy: Tyco SimplexGrinnell

Tyco SimplexGrinnell's Simplex 4007ES fire alarm panel is designed specifically for small- and mid-sized projects. The Simplex 4007ES panel is designed to provide protection for new construction, upgrade projects, and retrofit applications. The Simplex 4007ES comes in two models and with a 4.3-in. color touchscreen display and can be used in small schools, medical office buildings, strip malls, restaurants, and other similarly sized applications. Other features include the eServices suite, which is an integrated suite of technology and service capabilities. It also features an adddressable panel for construction projects, and a hybrid panel for upgrades and retrofit projects.

Tyco SimplexGrinnell

www.simplexgrinnell.com 



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