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Re: UL trying to get rid of combo panels
On Jul 6, 5:00=A0pm, mleuck <m.le...@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> On Jul 6, 10:05=A0am, "Bob La Londe" <nos...@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> > "nick markowitz" <nmarkow...@xxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
> > > On Jul 5, 1:20 am, "Bob La Londe" <nos...@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> > >> "nick markowitz" <nmarkow...@xxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
> > >>news:19a554c1-4bff-42c5-9d32-3c654faf17b7@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx=
> > >> >> Napco does have a new panel coming out that claims to meet all th=
> > >> >> latest
> > >> >> standards. Its finaling at UL, and they have listed it on their
> > >> >> website.
> > >> >> I
> > >> >> am on the beta list.
> > >> > It looks awesome just hope it is cant wait to get my hands on one
> > >> Well, I have to say if they have isolated power circuits for
> > >> burg/fire/access and true two line monitoring it should be set. Now =
> > >> they
> > >> could come up with a dual band primary rated cell using GSM *AND* CD=
> > >> it
> > >> could knock on AES's back door and eliminate the need for phone line=
> > >> would be ecstatic.
> > >> I always thought Caddx would have gone that way if they hadn't sold =
> > >> I
> > >> guess their P&L never caught up with their R&D costs.
> > > DMP now has a stand alone cell unit UL Fire Comm =A0 Knock Knock
> > Does it meet TWO (2) line requirements?
> > If not why bother? =A0Uplink and Telular both have single line fire pri=
> > rated communicators already, and I don't have to promise a first born s=
> > buy from them.
> I think Honeywell has one as well
DMP piece is stand alone with out having to use the extra phone line
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