Cornell Communications’ 4800 Series Digital Area of Rescue Assistance product line allows individuals to request assistance when they are unable to evacuate a building due to a handicap or other issue. It is designed to meet and exceed ADA, IBC 2009 and NFPA standards. In addition, the new 4800 Series has been designed to meet the UL 864 Life Safety standard, a first for the industry, according to the manufacturer. According to Phil Orlenko at Cornell, the 4800 Series is a state-of-the-art completely new digital design based on the CobraNet™ voice technology. The 4800 Series will have a capacity of up to 255 emergency call stations, four master control panels allowing redundant response centers and full two-way talk capability both in the building and to outside emergency response centers. In addition, a proprietary Power over Wire design will provide simplified CAT5 wiring from the main control panel to power and communicate with the digital emergency call stations.

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