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AES-IntelliNet MultiNet Products Receive Certificate of Approval from New York City
AES Corporation received confirmation today that in addition to being UL 864 Edition 9 listed , NFPA-72 compliant, and CSFM approved the AES-IntelliNet MultiNet longrange mesh alarm communications products are approved by order of the Fire Commissioner Salvatore Cassano. Pursuant to Section FC 112 and 901 of the NYC New Fire Code the products receiving the new certificate of approval include the 7705i MultiNet Receiver, the AES-7170 IP Link, the 7788 Fire Subscriber and the 7770 FireTap. According to a letter drafted by the Fire Department for the City of New York on April 29th, 2010, AES’s Fire Alarm Communications equipment has received the Certificate of Approval and can be used in installations where alarm signals from one or more AES-IntelliNet wireless radio networks need to be received and managed centrally at an authorized emergency response center.
General Manager of AES-IntelliNet Tom Kenty stated that "we are excited about the opportunity as we are now able to provide our business partners serving New York City and all 5 burroughs with AES-IntelliNet‘s long-range wireless MultiNet alarm communications solution. AES-IntelliNet business partners will now be able to offer their customers and families the fastest most reliable fire alarm communications system on the market and increase their own RMR at the same time."
The AES-IntelliNet‘s MultiNet alarm communications system is a self healing, long-range wireless mesh radio communication network and works in conjunction with the Internet to provide customers the ability to monitor alarms in multiple regions from one location, without recurring monthly communications costs or infrastructure fees typically associated with remote monitoring. The AESMultiNet mesh network also offers a more reliable, faster means of communicating alarm signals to central monitoring stations without relying on telephone lines or cellular services that are vulnerable to line cuts, weather conditions, radio jamming, and recurring monthly costs.