Fire alarm unit

Silent Knight by Honeywell's Farenhyt emergency communication system.

05/25/2012


Silent Knight by Honeywell’s Farenhyt ECS (emergency communication system) line provides both fire protection and a system for broadcasting real-time communications within a facility, big or small. Silent Knight offers an all-in-one system that benefits from the stringent requirements placed on fire alarm systems. The Farenhyt ECS line delivers real-time, intelligible communications over a completely supervised system that meets the latest NFPA 72, UL 2572, and Dept. of Defense standards. The control panels include customizable switches for as many as 15 prerecorded messages and a microphone for live paging—all simple-to-use technologies that enable users to direct general or emergency communications to all or select areas of a facility. 

Honeywell 

www.honeywell.com



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