Fire-Lite’s mass notification system earns UL Listing
NORTHFORD, Conn.—Fire-Lite Alarms by Honeywell announced that its new Emergency Command Center mass notification system is the first non-proprietary line to be listed to Underwriter’s Laboratories’ 2572 standard, according to a press release.
In October 2011, the formal 2572 standard for control and communications units of mass notification systems was published by the American National Standard Institute as a standard for which mass notification systems should be designed and tested.
In addition to meeting the UL 2572 standard, Fire-Lite’s ECC systems meet the emergency communications requirements set forth by NFPA 72 and UL 864 for commercial facilities, military bases, and other Department of Defense properties, according to the release.
Fire-Lite’s ECC system is capable of integrating with other life safety systems, and has a variety of interchangeable components that make it easy for installers to meet a range of facilities’ emergency communication needs.