Advanced and Keltron Collaborate to Improve Fire Safety in Multi-Building Facility Environments

Advanced’s Axis AX UL 864-listed alarm system is now compatible with Keltron Corporation’s life safety event management systems.

HOPKINTON, Mass. — Advanced, a leading manufacturer of fire systems, is pleased to announce that its Axis AX UL 864-listed fire system is now compatible with Keltron Corporation’s life safety event management systems. Keltron’s transceivers transmit system status and point-specific data from a multi-building facility’s fire systems to an on-site monitoring station. Now that the interface has been completed, Advanced Axis AX systems can be connected to a Keltron system.

Keltron already has a large installed base of life safety event management systems in campuses, industrial and commercial facilities, government and military complexes and municipalities around the world. The addition of Advanced Axis AX fire systems to Keltron’s list of interfaces enables campuses and multi-building facilities with an existing Keltron system to replace legacy fire systems with an upgrade to Advanced systems. The combination of the Keltron transceivers and Advanced Axis AX fire systems provides a superb solution that meets the increasing demands and challenges of the latest codes, standards, and end-user requirements.

Mike Troiano, Advanced’s North American president, says: “Our fire system is providing customers across the Americas with a go-to solution for a wide range of verticals and installation projects, from single panels to huge networks that include the very latest in smoke control and audio technology. The Keltron interface further increases the flexibility of our system and enables end users with an installed Keltron system the option to upgrade or replace older fire alarm systems with an Advanced system.”

Commenting on the inclusion of Advanced alarm system, Mark Brandstein, Keltron’s president, adds: “One of Keltron’s major advantages for multi-building facilities is our ability to unify the disparate brands and models of fire alarm systems into a single monitoring, dispatching and reporting system. Adding Advanced systems to our list of interfaces continues to expand on this advantage.”

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