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Fire-Lite ECC

This interactive user guide app is designed as a training tool to educate anyone who may need to use the Fire-Lite Alarms Emergency Command Center to communicate instructions to building occupants during a fire, weather, security, or other type of emergency

This interactive user guide app is designed as a training tool to educate anyone who may need to use the Fire-Lite Alarms Emergency Command Center to communicate instructions to building occupants during a fire, weather, security, or other type of emergency

Fire-Lite ECC

by Honeywell International, Inc.
Fire-Lite ECC
Fire-Lite ECC
Fire-Lite ECC

What is it about?

This interactive user guide app is designed as a training tool to educate anyone who may need to use the Fire-Lite Alarms Emergency Command Center to communicate instructions to building occupants during a fire, weather, security, or other type of emergency.

Fire-Lite ECC

App Details

Version
2.0
Rating
(12)
Size
18Mb
Genre
Catalogs
Last updated
April 27, 2015
Release date
July 8, 2013
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App Store Description

This interactive user guide app is designed as a training tool to educate anyone who may need to use the Fire-Lite Alarms Emergency Command Center to communicate instructions to building occupants during a fire, weather, security, or other type of emergency.

This app replicates the keypad interface and allows users to simulate a variety of emergencies during which they may need to operate the system to broadcast information or instructions to building occupants.

The app educates users on the features and functionality of the Emergency Command Center products and components, as well as how they interconnect with one another. The app also allows users to simulate how they would configure the system to meet their specific application needs, such as the number of speaker circuits, wattage, and remote display and paging consoles.