Honeywell previewed several new offerings at the 2022 ISC West in Las Vegas last week.
“With increasing regulations across key industries and staffing at a premium, customers are seeking reliable, efficient solutions – from installation to operation – that make it easier to keep people and places safe,” said Rick Koscinski, commercial security general manager, Americas, Honeywell Building Technologies. “We’re collaborating across our teams to develop products that not only make facilities safer but help make installers and occupants more productive and businesses more resilient.”
New product upgrades and offerings include:
CLSS Pathway – As Plain Old Telephone Service (POTS) is displaced and 3G networks shut down, buildings must make a change so that critical alarms continue to reach central monitoring stations. The Honeywell CLSS Pathway offers reliable alarm transmission to central monitoring stations and provides access to Honeywell’s powerful and secure cloud-based solutions to help businesses run more efficiently and improve building safety.
Pro-Watch 6.0 – Honeywell Pro-Watch 6.0 will provide automated incident workflows to further reduce operational costs and enable stronger compliance needed for highly regulated industries, without adding work to security teams. It will also feature native integration to Honeywell Vindicator panels, offering military-grade intrusion detection capabilities. Further, the product will provide information-driven focused responses to help improve uptime.
35 Series IP Cameras and Network Video Recorders – Designed for use in video systems which comply with NDAA Section 889 Part B, the 35 Series cameras and NVRs will provide an end-to-end encrypted video security solution. The higher-resolution IR cameras will cover larger areas, both day and night, with smart human and vehicle motion detection to reduce false alarms. The fully featured NVRs will feature a built-in encryption chipset to help reduce potential data breaches.
Ceiling Tile AV – Featuring selectable-output strobes and dual-voltage evacuation speakers, the System Sensor Ceiling Tile AV enables faster, trouble-free installation of audio-visual emergency notification appliances that are typically difficult to fit and wire. It can upgrade an existing horn strobe to a voice system that enables incident-specific instruction messages to help reduce panic and confusion during emergencies.
“We have the opportunity to help the fire and life safety industry take a massive step forward,” said Sameer Agrawal, fire & life safety general manager, Americas, Honeywell Building Technologies. “Honeywell is focused on developing solutions that improve life and building safety outcomes, while at the same time helping service providers respond faster, run more efficiently, and reduce their cost to serve.
For more information, visit www.honeywell.com.