Advanced fire protection

Gamewell-FCI by Honeywell has expanded its ECS portfolio with the E3 Series fire alarm and ECS.

05/02/2012


Gamewell-FCI by Honeywell has expanded its portfolio of emergency communications systems (ECS) with the E3 Series fire alarm and ECS, which provides advanced fire protection and autonomous control of in-building and between-buildings emergency communications. This combined approach offers a cost-effective and completely supervised system, designed to be highly survivable and to meet stringent requirements surrounding performance, testing, maintenance, and power backup. The capability to create and send distributed recipient notifications via e-mail, SMS text alerts, computer pop-ups, and cable TV systems can be accomplished through Gamewell-FCI technology offerings.

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