Fire Alarm systems have been have existed since 1852. As you might imagine, the first system was relatively simple and featured a telegraphic key installed inside a box with a crank handle. In the event of a fire, someone needed to crank that handle, at which point it would send a message to the central control station. Only then was the message relayed to the fire department.
Today’s complex systems are required to comply to the NFPA code and local AHJ requirements. We partner with the biggest names in the industry to provide your organization with the solutions and capabilities needed to support your facility and protect your investment and your people.
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