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Honeywell introduces powerful fire detection, alarm system


Global automation giant Honeywell has announced the launch of the Morley-IAS Max fire detection and alarm system, which helps improve building and occupant safety.

This compact, powerful, performance-driven intelligent fire alarm control panel offers installers and end users a range of technologically advanced features and is easy to install, commission and maintain.

Honeywell said in a statement that the system features an advanced 7-inch touchscreen panel that provides a highly intuitive and ergonomic user interface.

The panel displays color-coded events and graph icons. It has cutting-edge technologies such as Doble logic and CAN bus protocol between panels for faster communication.

In the Middle East, regional governments, backed by the private sector, are investing in infrastructure upgrades to help protect their communities, in line with ambitious plans to deploy advanced technologies to enhance assets, people and cities in the region, Honeywell noted.

Illustrating this investment, the fire safety systems and equipment market in the region is expected to grow at a CAGR of 2.69% and is estimated to be worth USD 2.3 billion from 2019 to 2025.

“Honeywell’s Morley-IAS Max panels help create safer spaces for occupants while also enabling building owners to Good compliance with standard safety practices.”.

“We will continue to provide our customers in the region with advanced solutions designed to improve operational efficiency and address potential challenges in installing add-ons,” he noted.

According to him, Morley-IAS Max is well suited for operations in various verticals such as commercial, education, healthcare, residential and hospitality.

Its full backwards compatibility makes it suitable for retrofit projects as it supports a range of field devices, including third-party manufacturer devices.

“The aesthetically pleasing panel offers high-quality design in a commercial or luxury setting. The solution is designed to inform and enable complex evacuation operations to be managed in emergency situations,” he added.


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