Jeron Electronic Systems Inc. will Feature Area of Rescue Systems at NFPA Conference & Expo in Chicago
Jeron will be highlighting their Pro-Alert™ 480 Area of Rescue System used for emergency communications. Pro-Alert 480 is a life-safety emergency intercom solution typically used in an area of refuge during a fire or other emergency, when an evacuation may not be safe or possible. Occupants can communicate with an on-site or off-site call center until help arrives. This ‘area of rescue’ is typically located in stairwells in parking structures, industrial and commercial settings, and residential high rise buildings. This system meets Area of Rescue Assistance guidelines that are defined by the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) as well as those set forth in the NFPA 101 Life Safety Code and NFPA 72 National Fire Alarm Code.
Pro-Alert 480 features:
A variety of flexible station options, including highly visible vandal-resistant stations with mushroom-style buttons for easy call placement.
At-a-glance information for rescue workers to pinpoint the exact location of the caller, allowing them to provide immediate assistance without having to search for the origin of the call.
Common Cat-5 bus cabling for addressable call stations to conduct hands free, two-way communication with the on-site master station or off-site call center.
Reduced costs and installation time because of its relatively minimal need for conduit, wire and labor.
Jeron Electronic Systems, Inc. will be exhibiting at NFPA Booth #108, over these multiple days and times:
Monday, June 22: 4pm - 8pm
Tuesday, June 23: 11am - 4pm
Wednesday, June 24: 10am - 2pm
ABOUT JERON ELECTRONIC SYSTEMS, INC.
A leader in communications systems for the security and healthcare industry for 50 years, Jeron Electronic Systems, Inc. is the engineering and manufacturing force behind Pro-Alert Area of Rescue Systems and Provider Nurse Call Systems. Jeron’s systems facilitate communications;
About the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA)
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