Life Safety Platform

The Simplex 4100ES is an Internet-ready, next-generation fire detection and alarm platform.

07/14/2010


SimplexGrinnell is taking its integrated life-safety technology capabilities to another level with the introduction of the Simplex 4100ES – an Internet-ready, next-generation Simplex fire detection and alarm platform. With added processing power, improved networkability, and exciting new serviceability features, the Simplex 4100ES advances the ability to deliver scalable, cost-effective life-safety solutions.

The new platform provides Ethernet connectivity, so critical in today’s networked world, and supports remote fire alarm panel diagnostics. Keeping with SimplexGrinnell’s commitment to support customers for the life of their systems, the Simplex 4100ES has been developed with forward/backward compatible technology. This means existing Simplex 4100 fire alarm customers have an easy upgrade path to the newer technology – without having to replace their existing system. In addition, the Simplex 4100ES panel has been given a newer, more modern look that reflects the evolution in this flagship product.



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