Needless to say, the safety of students and faculty in public and private schools is of paramount importance. Nevertheless, there are other practical concerns that must be taken into consideration when choosing a fire protection system for your school. The Honeywell Farenhyt Series IFP-2000 offers compatibility, ease of installation and operation, and reliability.
This is an important concern if you are going to retrofit a new fire protection system into an older school building. In fact, with so many schools building on additions in order to meet the needs of a growing number of students, fire protection needs to be compatible with multiple systems. The IFP series is compatible with many different wire types, both old and new, which means that the existing wiring can accommodate its control panels.
Ease of Installation and Operation
The Honeywell Farenhyt Series IFP-2000 is easy for an experienced security technician to install, partially because of its familiarity and partially because of the compatibility that allows it to work with multiple systems and utilize the wiring already extant in the walls of older schools. The comprehensive system offers a variety of signaling devices, including beam detectors, heat sensors, pull stations, and smoke detectors. The system is easy for school employees to operate, but difficult for mischievous students to tamper with due to a built-in local alarm in the cover of fire alarm stations to immediately alert school officials to any attempted misuse.
When lives are at stake and the safety of children is potentially threatened, reliability of a school’s fire protection system is crucial. There is nothing more detrimental to the effectiveness of fire protection than a series of false alarms. Fortunately, the Honeywell Farenhyt Series IFP-2000 system does not require troubleshooting, so when it goes off, you know it’s the real deal.
The safety of children in schools is of the utmost importance. You should never have to compromise system effectiveness for price, and with a professionally installed Honeywell IFP system, you won’t have to.