AES Corp., Peabody, Mass., announced that it received UL 864 Edition 9 listing for its 7705i Wireless-to-Internet system. AES Corp. makes AES IntelliNet, a wireless communications system for alarm monitoring.

This UL-listed technology, first introduced in April 2006, enables fire and security alarm monitoring companies to offer the benefits of two-way radio transmission wireless alarm communications to customers in multiple geographic regions. The UL 864 Edition 9 listing signifies that the 7705i meets the highest level of code compliance required of life-safety alarm communications equipment.

 “With the 7705i, we’re now able to deliver our customers two things in one – the most code compliant nationwide radio-alarm system on the market and a solution to the pending AMPS Sunset Clause,” said Tom Kenty, general manager of AES Corp.

In addition to its ability to connect several mesh radio networks to operate as a single unified system, the 7705i enables large regional and national users of AES-IntelliNet networks to expand their system capacity and unify their coverage regions thereby increasing recurring revenues. There are no third-party alarm transmission fees, freeing new users from recurring communication costs. For more information, and to see how AES IntelliNet is an alternative to panels affected by the AMPS Sunset Clause, turn to page 104 of this issue.