Safety System provides direct access to event information.

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LS 7000 PC-based system, with single-board computer, provides universally compatible life safety event management. It delivers alarm monitoring, response, and dispatch services through Windows-based, secure, flexible alarm-management system that can receive alarms from multiple FACPs as well as from various industry-standard technologies. Rack-mount system includes 8.4 in. diagonal TFT color display, LAN interface, thermal printer, and custom audio/visual indicators.



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Keltron Introduces LS 7000 Life Safety Event Management System Expands Customer-Proven Alarm Monitoring Solutions With Total Event Management



Waltham, Mass., May 15, 2003 - Keltron Corporation, a leading provider of life safety event management solutions, introduces the LS 7000, Keltron's PC-based solution for fast, dependable and universally compatible life safety event management. Keltron's LS 7000 combines the flexibility and efficiency of PC-based, Internet-compatible computing with the universal compatibility and dependability for which Keltron's solutions are known.

Keltron's LS 7000 meets the mission critical needs of the life safety industry by providing direct and efficient access to life safety event information and enabling the fastest response to critical fire and security situations. The LS 7000 delivers alarm monitoring, response and dispatch services through a Windows-based, secure, reliable and flexible alarm management system. The system is capable of receiving alarms from multiple FACPs and from a wide variety of industry standard technologies including active network radio, distributed multiplex, digital alarm communicator/receiver, direct connect, and coded signal inputs and provides programmable outputs.

"New building construction, facilities expansion and equipment upgrades frequently require the addition or centralization of life safety event management systems for municipalities, multi-building institutions, and commercial, residential and industrial complexes", said Harvey Fox, president and founder of Keltron Corporation. "That growth, coupled with increasing regulations and new building codes, challenges today's facilities managers with finding solutions to substantially improve their organizations' fire and security response performance within their allotted personnel and budget."

Keltron's new LS 7000 provides multiple advantages to both the systems integrator and to the organization that uses the system. By allowing remote programming and diagnostics, the LS 7000 saves dealers time and manpower on installation and maintenance. The familiar Windows operating system reduces operator-training time and increases accuracy by providing the operator with event type, location, hazards, and other mission critical information and suggesting the most appropriate response strategy. Organizations benefit from direct life safety event monitoring and flexible, scalable operation with fast response to life safety events.

Product Details
Keltron's LS 7000 includes many new hardware features that enable easy installation and operation:
o 8.4-inch diagonal TFT color display with easy-to-use optional touch screen
o Quiet, efficient thermal printer with standard take-up
o Standard point-and-click keyboard and mouse operation
o Mounts in a standard 19-inch rack
o External video and printer outputs for addition of standard printers and large screen displays
o Powerful, single-board computer for efficient access to customized, ODBC-compliant database for fast, accurate alarm dispatching and tracking
oLAN interface enables desktop PCs to be networked as remote operator workstations

Innovative software offers a wide range of new functionality:
oStandard, open systems database enables third party tools to print custom reports in support of historical trend analyses and false alarm tracking
oExpanded networking capabilities enable multiple users to access the system simultaneously with varying levels of privileges
oColor-coded displays and custom audio/visual indicators enable instant recognition of the type and/or severity of events and provide optimal response suggestions
o Reporting capabilities that sort for multiple views include event history and false alarm ID
o Data outputs are available for integration applications
o Full text search capability for customer account look-up by key word
o Internet accessibility enables remote access and feature enhancements
o Auto-dialing facilitates contact with call lists, authorities, or alarm service companies
o Graphic capabilities that import graphic files for fast, accurate dispatching
o System includes integral icon library

Availability
Keltron's LS 7000 life safety event management system will be available in Summer 2003. Demonstrations of Keltron's new LS 7000 will be available in the Keltron booth #1613 during the upcoming NFPA Conference and Exposition in Dallas, Texas. May 18-20, 2003 or on site by scheduled appointment.

About Keltron Corporation
Keltron Corporation is a leading provider of fire and security alarm monitoring solutions that enable organizations and companies to provide dependable, scalable, life safety event response services. Keltron develops and manufactures secure, reliable, UL-listed fire and security alarm response management systems, alarm annunciators and complementary alarm system components for the municipal and proprietary life safety markets. Keltron's alarm solutions protect thousands of municipalities, universities, healthcare and correctional institutions, commercial, residential and industrial complexes, and government and military facilities. Companies that rely on Keltron's solutions include The Dow Chemical Company, Shell Oil Co., Sun Oil Co., Temple Inland, Inc., and US Steel, and organizations such as Columbia University, Florida State University, and University of Illinois. Keltron's headquarters is in Waltham, MA. For more information, visit www.keltroncorp.com or call 781-894-8710.

Contact:
Lisa Korklan
Keltron Corporation
781-894-8710
info@keltroncorp.com

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