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- Gamewell-FCI of Northford, Connecticut, has expanded its fire alarm and emergency notification system by integrating audible and visual notification devices and IP network command software from Alertus Technol­ogies of Beltsville, Mary­land.

Mass Notification

- The WAVES High Power Speaker Array (HPSA) 7100 Series from Cooper Notification of Long Branch, New Jersey, provides highly intelligible voice and tone announcements for mass notifications.

Strobing Beacon

- Larson Electronics, LLC, of Kemp, Texas, has added a new flashing LED beacon light to its line of hazardous location strobe lights. The Magnalight EPSLED-80 explosionproof beacon carries UL ratings for Class 1 Division 1 and Class 2 Division 1.

Warning Lights

- Light Line is a new pedestrian warning system from DSTA of Madrid, Spain, that works with traffic lights to change from red to green when it is safe to cross a street. Golden Dragon light-emitting diodes from OSRAM Opto Semiconductors of Sunnyvale, California, provide the color-changing lights.

Emergency Phone

- Talk-A-Phone of Niles, Illinois, has released a new version of its ETP Series Emergency Phone Wall Mount that is designed specifically for mass transit applications.

Evacuation System

- Gamewell-FCI by Honeywell of Northford, Connecticut, has developed an addressable node expander (ANX) to increase the capacity of its E3 Series Expandable Emergency Evacuation systems.

Classroom Security

- The A+ Audio System from Panasonic System Networks Company of Amer­ica of Secaucus, New Jersey, is a device that combines classroom audio amplification with security features.

Emergency Notification

- Code Blue Corporation of Holland, Michigan, has developed the BLUE ALERT Mass Notification System, which combines state-of-the-art amplifiers, speaker arrays, and software control to quickly inform and direct people in emergency situations.

Mass Notification

- NOTIFIER of Northford, Connecticut, has expanded its mass notification capabilities to include the delivery of multimedia alerts to PCs, electronic signage, telephones, and wireless devices.

Emergency Communications

- SimplexGrinnell of Westminster, Massachusetts, has introduced the Simplex 4003 EC Multi-Function Voice Control Panel, which is designed for voice communications in smaller, single buildings.

Emergency Alerts

- Amika Mobile Corporation of Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, has developed an integrated emergency mass notification system that can alert WiFi users based on location. It also alerts groups over SMS, MMS, e-mail, Web, and voice.

Emergency Notification

- Cooper Notification of Long Branch, New Jersey, has released a new version of its Roam Secure Alert Network emergency text and voice alerting system. The new version adds enhanced voice dialing capability, integration with social networking sites, and improved GIS mapping functionality.

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