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During the pandemic, the value of an integrator has never been clearer—but integration companies need communications strategies to let customers know how they can help.
Yet another technology shift is coming to the cellular industry and that, of course, will affect the security industry. However, with effective planning, you can help your customers navigate this change—and even add value to current contracts. Whether you are looking at takeovers, upgrades or new installs, LTE is the way to go.
Building owners and facility managers have a responsibility for safeguarding the well-being of building occupants on a daily basis. As codes and standards evolve, you can help your customers learn more about the latest commercial fire safety products that detect and notify occupants of threats from Edwards Safety.
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Runner service is a service required for Proprietary Supervising Station and Central Supervising Station Fire Alarm Systems.
NFPA 72 currently recognized four methods of communication from the protected premises to the supervising station for fire alarm systems.
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Article 760.3 (Other Articles) identifies other sections of NFPA 70 that also apply to fire alarm systems.
While the Point 7 Rule can be mathematically calculated for heat detectors and applied to rectangular area and corridor applications, thankfully, the math has already been done for us in NFPA 72.