addressable system

addressable system

A fire alarm system whose integrity can be monitored and which provides easy identification of the location of an alarm condition; also provides for remote testing and monitoring of the sensitivity of the detectors from a control panel.
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the intention is to install a modern fully addressable system that is compliant and has the flexibility to match the colleges fire strategy.
One of the reasons for the government's move in increasing foreign investment in broadcast infrastructure is the decision to move towards a digital addressable system. While metro cities have already been digitized, the process is at its last phase of implementation.
A streaming media device allows end-users to receive unencrypted subscribed channels through an addressable system, which allows them to view encrypted channels.
It enables end-users to receive unencrypted subscribed channels through an addressable system for viewing encrypted channels.
This will ensure compliance for the Digital Addressable System (DAS) as it rolls out in phases across India.
" All Trai regulations for Digital Addressable System will come into effect from November, 1, 2012," the statement added.
Emergency lighting systems incorporating DALI technology enable a lighting designer or planner to assemble a full system with the advantage of being able to mix manufacturers' emergency luminaries on each addressable system.
By utilizing the Ethernet "backbone" concept, an IP addressable system is created.
In addition, the ammonia plant has intrinsically safe detection and the offices and warehouse are protected by a fully addressable system using Hochiki protocol devices.
With an IP addressable system, you can centralize maintenance, troubleshoot, communicate with an instructor, and upgrade software.
We are now able to put a chip in each detector, making it part of an addressable system offering the best performance and reliability."