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    Emergency communications system

    June 1, 2012

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    Emergency communications system

    The Farenhyt ECS line provides cutting-edge fire protection and a system for broadcasting real-time communications within a facility. It delivers intelligible communications over a completely supervised system that meets the latest NFPA 72, UL 2572 and Department of Defense standards. Farenhyt ECS control panels include customizable switches for as many as 15 pre-recorded messages and a microphone for live paging.

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