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Honeywell Introduces Wireless Fire Detecting System

Smart Wireless Integrated Fire Technology detectors and modules from Honeywell seamlessly integrate with new and existing fire alarm systems.

By MNEC Staff

Smart Wireless Integrated Fire Technology systems are robust and self-healing.
February 18, 2015

Morristown, N.J.-headquartered Honeywell has released Smart Wireless Integrated Fire Technology (SWIFT) detectors and modules that seamlessly integrate with new and existing fire alarm systems from Fire-Lite Alarms, Gamewell-FCI and NOTIFIER.

Using a Class A, mesh network where every device acts as a repeater with redundant path communication, SWIFT systems are robust and self-healing, according to the company.

The initial launch of SWIFT devices will include photoelectric, photo/thermal, standard heat, and rate-of-rise heat detectors, plus a monitor module. A system can have any combination of up to 50 devices per wireless gateway, including the gateway itself and user interface driver.

In an average environment, SWIFT devices can be placed approximately 50 feet from the gateway and from each other.

The system offers a site survey procedure, which allows an installer to preview a site for wireless viability before a system is purchased.



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