Wireless fire alarm solution

The Smart Wireless Integrated Fire Technology (SWIFT) detectors are a wireless fire alarm solution designed to protect challenging applications and building expansions and are UL-certified.

11/10/2014


The Smart Wireless Integrated Fire Technology (SWIFT) detectors are a wireless fire alarm solution designed to protect challenging applications and building expansions and are UL-certified. Courtesy: HoneywellHoneywell's Smart Wireless Integrated Fire Technology (SWIFT) detectors are a wireless fire alarm solution designed to protect challenging applications and high-cost installations as well as building expansions. Using a Class A, mesh network where every device acts as a repeater with redundant path communication, SWIFT systems are self-healing, which makes them useful for fire detection. A system can have any combination of up to 50 devices per wireless gateway, including the gateway itself and user interface driver. The SWIFT devices are compliant with UL 268 and UL 864. The SWIFT detectors include photoelectric, photo/thermal, standard heat, and a monitor module.

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