Notifier Fire Alarm

Honeywell’s Notifier fire alarm and detection equipment lead the industry in building and occupant safety. While the company’s roots span 125 years as a manufacturer of thermostats and other atmospheric-sensing controls, Honeywell’s entry into the fire detection industry began in 1957 when Honeywell’s red and black “Protected by Honeywell” window stickers appeared. Since then, as equipment became more sophisticated, Honeywell’s fire detection systems have saved countless lives and reduced property losses substantially.

With the acquisition of Notifier, Honeywell has become the global leader in fire detection.

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Notifier by Honeywell Solutions

Notifier boasts the broadest range of fire detection and alarm systems available today. Whether integrated into new building construction or a remodel, systems can be tailored for any configuration to provide the safest possible fire protection system. Honeywell’s spectrum of high-tech solutions includes addressable control panels, advanced smoke detection sensors and devices, aspiration detectors and SWIFT wireless technology for seamless connectivity.

Notifier fire alarm designs differ based upon the size, shape and configuration of the building. NFPA and local codes determine minimum requirements for specific types of buildings. Hotels, hospitals and senior care facilities may demand more stringent evacuation strategies and fire suppressant systems than others, but the protection of human life remains the principal objective.

Notifier Controls

Notifier fire alarm systems utilize central control monitoring. Notifier offers four categories of control panels. These are:

  • Onyx Series: Intelligent fire alarm control network panel with state-of-the-art smoke detection and monitoring devices.
  • FireWarden Series: Cost effective solutions for smaller applications, effective Voice Evacuation systems
  • Digital Voice Communication: Intelligent Voice Control Panels which with ONYX series panels to form more efficient building evacuation.
  • Conventional Series: conventional fire alarm panels and communicators.

Notifier Integrated Network

Integrated Network Systems combine fire safety and security through a number of software gateways that are customized to fit any system. These gateways may be accessed and monitored from remote locations. An LED Sign Gateway, pre-programmed with various messages, can be activated to post alerts to order immediate evacuation in response to smoke or fire detection in the facility.

“Noti-Fire” Network and Annunciators

This system, used in large campus and high rise buildings, allows detection systems to perform independently and in coordination with all other Notifier controls in the building. The system links with the other control boards, closed circuit TV network and can be integrated with other brands of security systems.

Individuals monitoring security from the Notifier ONYX workstation, with a computer display, can view the real time status of each control location.

Notifier Integrated Systems

Integrated systems allow individuals to monitor the status of the entire network at any time from a central control point or from a remote location.

Gas Detection

In many workshops and production facilities, escaping harmful gas detection is critical. Notifier offers a range of controllers and monitors designed to provide early detection and warning.

Notifier offers a wide variety of fire alarm peripheral devices and accessories to tailor the systems to very specific needs.

High Rise Security Systems (HRSS)

For more than a decade, HRSS in the Chicago area has provided expertise, service and the solutions for fire and gas detection and warning systems customized for every type of venue including hotels, educational facilities and hospitals. As a primary Chicagoland distributor of Notifier by Honeywell products, HRSS licensed technicians collaborate with facilities supervisors, designers and architects to customize systems to the specific needs and configuration of each structure. Using CAD (computer-aided designs), the optimal number and placement of the sensors and alarms is determined by highly NICET trained designers for maximum optimization of the fire alarm system.

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