Waltham, Mass., August 4, 2009 – Keltron Corporation, a leading provider of life safety event management systems is pleased to announce that the company’s newest alarm monitoring system, the Keltron LS Net Ethernet Signaling System is now UL 864 ninth edition listed. The system enables dispatchers and administrators at campuses, multi-building facilities and municipalities to monitor alarms using their existing Ethernet communications infrastructure.
This unique system uses both input-monitoring circuitry and secure, supervised Ethernet communication to transmit addressable information from thousands of alarms to an on site central receiving station. Universally compatible with over 60 different models of alarm panels, the Keltron Ethernet system leverages standard network infrastructure using XML-based message formats.
The UL listing includes the Keltron LS 7000 life safety event management system and Keltron LS Net Ethernet transceivers that feature serial input and contact input four and eight-zone versions, all with either 24 or 60 hour batteries. The Keltron LS 7000 software operates on a high performance, UL 864-recognized computer and offers a wide range of functionality, specifically designed to meet the requirements of NFPA 72 for remote, central station and proprietary supervising station systems.
The following Keltron Ethernet transceivers are UL listed: Keltron NET922, NET924 and NET928. Also listed is the Keltron LS 7000 Life Safety Event Management System including Keltron LS 7000 Version 5.0 software.
About Keltron Corporation
Keltron Corporation is a leading provider of life safety event management solutions that enable organizations and companies to provide dependable, scalable, life safety event response. Our universally-compatible, UL listed solutions interface with more than 60 models of alarm panels and transmit signals using Ethernet, active network radio, distributed multiplex, digital dialer, direct wire, fiber and coded communications infrastructures. Keltron’s customers include United States Steel Corporation, Consolidated Edison, The Smithsonian Institution, Florida State University, University of Maryland, MD Anderson Cancer Center, US Army Fort Bragg and the City of Philadelphia.