Fire Alarm Control Panel suits stand-alone applications.

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FireSeeker FS-100 supports series of photoelectric, thermal, and photo/thermal combination detectors. Detector sensitivity may be adapted to proper level during system configuration and fixed or changed on time/date basis. Up to 60 addressable inputs are available. Fire safety system is UL listed and available with black or red enclosure. Operating controls and indicators are secured behind locked door.



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Siemens Introduces New Addressable Fire Alarm Control Panel



FLORHAM PARK, N.J., April 27, 2002 - Siemens Fire Safety, a division of Siemens Building Technologies, Inc., has introduced a new addressable fire alarm control panel. Marketed as Siemens FireSeeker Model FS-100, this fire alarm control panel is a small, low cost system ideal for stand alone applications
in small to medium sized facilities such as schools, strip malls, and small office buildings.

The FS-100 supports a series of photoelectric, thermal, and photo/thermal combination detectors developed specifically for the system. The detector sensitivity may be adapted to the proper level during system configuration and fixed or changed on a time/date basis. Up to 60 addressable inputs are available
on the FS-100.

The fire safety system is listed by Underwriters Laboratories and available with black or red enclosures. Operating controls and indicators are secured behind a locked door.

Siemens Building Technologies, Inc., is the North American affiliate of Zurich-based Siemens Building Technologies (SBT) AG, the leading single-source provider of cost-effective facility performance solutions for the comfort, fire and
life safety, security, energy efficiency and operation of buildings around the world. In North America, SBT employs 8,000 professionals and provides local service from more than 400 locations coast-to-coast. Worldwide, SBT employs 33,000 and serves customers in more than 125 countries.

For more about Siemens Building Technologies, visit http://www.siemens.com/buildingtechnologies

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