Class N: Networks for Fire Alarm and Mass Notification Systems (Paperback)
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After years of study, debate, and development, the National Fire Protection Association has established parameters for Ethernet connections. In the process, they've brought fire-alarm technology into a brave new world.Now you can make the most of today's fire and security technology.When you follow the new Ethernet connection guidelines, you can: - Safely use standard networks to connect fire alarm devices to control units.- Use technology more commonly familiar to a broad range of designers, installers, and end users.- Integrate data collection - Obtain a special fire protection UL Listing for equipment already on the market.This expert resource guide was written by Dan Horon, a member of the Technical Correlating Committee Task Group on Networks and co-author of the new networking section in the NFPA 72 handbook.
About the Author
Dan Horon is the founder and president of Cadgraphics Incorporated, and he's the inventor of RescueLogic software, a graphical user interface for fire alarm systems. Dan is a former fire protection engineer, and he's been developing his software for 30 years. Today, it's used to protect some of the world's most important facilities, including the U.S. Department of Homeland Security. Dan has served on the NFPA Protected Premises Technical Committee since 2001. He was the chair of the NFPA Task Group on Circuits and Pathways when the chapter was added to NFPA 72. He is a member of the Technical Correlating Committee Task Group on Networks, and he co-authored the new networking section in the NFPA 72 handbook. Dan has been a speaker and presenter at NFPA, NEMA, and other conferences. He lives in Florida. _____________________________________