Wireless fire alarm

The SWIFT line of wireless fire alarm detectors and modules seamlessly integrates with new and existing NOTIFIER systems to provide smarter solutions.

08/10/2015


The SWIFT line of wireless fire alarm detectors and modules seamlessly integrates with new and existing NOTIFIER systems to provide smarter solutions. Courtesy: HoneywellThe SWIFT line of wireless fire alarm detectors and modules seamlessly integrates with new and existing NOTIFIER systems to provide smarter solutions for traditional and nontraditional applications. SWIFT detectors are now UL-listed for an extended 2-yr battery life. Major updates have been made to the SWIFT Tools software utility used to evaluate sites for installations, to configure wireless mesh networks, and to extract valuable diagnostic information. The SWIFT Tools version 1.5 allows users to perform comprehensive site surveys and mesh network configurations. The latest version also provides more diagnostic information on individual device signal strengths.

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