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Adam Bannister is a contributor to IFSEC Global, having been in the role of Editor from 2014 through to November 2019. Adam also had stints as a journalist at cybersecurity publication, The Daily Swig, and as Managing Editor at Dynamis Online Media Group.
October 23, 2014

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Whitepaper: Multi-residential access management – The move to digital

Tyco Fire Protection Products Launches ZETTLER PROFILE Control Panel

  • Product in a nutshell: “The PROFILE range of control panels uses MZX Technology to provide state-of-the-art fire detection technology for a wide range of applications in the commercial, retail and public building sectors”
  • Is it aimed at me? Wide range of applications in commercial, retail and public buildings. Designed for operation in “hostile surroundings”. Highly resilient to external factors like electrical noise and sources of false alarm. Sleek, discreet 8.4 inch TFT colour touchscreen user interface suitable for architecturally sensitive settings
  • Innovations: Login via an RFID tag replaces conventional key switch. Allows identification of individual operators and complete traceability of all actions performed –therefore suited to high-risk environments where critical function changes need to be tracked

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  • Usability: Fully customisable home screen for adoption of user’s corporate identity. Multilingual interface, ergonomic icon display and Info-Button for intelligent navigation and context-sensitive instructions
  • Backwards compatible: Networks with existing fire panels using MZX Technology. Touch-sensitive LEDs provide detailed status summary in one click for fast response to all system events
  • For installers and integrators: Allows for a range of repeaters with different mounting options to match the surroundings. System integrators can install repeaters over IT infrastructure beyond first installation and for its lifetime using IP cable structures with “no compromise” on panel position
  • Manufacturer says: “The ZETTLER PROFILE panel is a highly functional, scalable system that grows with customers’ requirements, meaning that they can choose the right panel for their needs,” says Eric Tassé, Global Director, ZETTLER, Thorn Security and FireClass Product Management at Tyco Fire Protection Products. “We recognise the common issues affecting users and are committed to developing innovative solutions to meet their requirements. The expert capabilities and enhanced functionality of the PROFILE range help relieve customers’ ‘pain points’ and eliminate user issues.” Daxa Patel, Global Marketing Director, Detection, Tyco Fire Protection Products: “Understanding the challenges that many system designers, engineers, installers and end users face is paramount, and we believe that by taking our combination of knowledge, expertise and advanced products on the road, we can reach our customers in their local markets and help overcome their project challenges”
  • About the manufacturer: Tyco Fire Protection Products is a division of Tyco, the world’s largest pure-play fire protection and security company. Tyco Fire Protection Products manufacture detection and suppression systems, extinguishing agents, sprinkler systems, valves, piping products, fittings, fire-fighting equipment and services in more than 190 countries worldwide. Global technology portfolio includes fire suppression, fire detection and mechanical building product offerings sold under brands including ANSUL, CHEMGUARD, EZCARE, FIRECLASS, FLAMEVISION, GRINNELL, HYGOOD, LPG, NEURUPPIN, PYRO-CHEM, RAPID RESPONSE, SABOFOAM, SHURJOINT, SIMPLEX, SKUM, SPRINKCAD, THORN SECURITY, VIGILANT, WILLIAMS FIRE & HAZARD CONTROL, and ZETTLER

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