TRAINING SESSION 1
2:00 P.M. to 3:30 P.M.
Today’s Multipurpose offering, Fire Alarm, Security, Access, Wireless and more
Presented by Napco
In today’s market where building owners see fire panels as something that is more of a nuisance to maintain than a useful part of their buildings infrastructure there have been many advancements. From stand-alone fire that offers hard wire, wireless and hybrid hardwire/wireless this same system can provide security protection, access control and video integration. With wireless fire alarm systems in Rhode Island and Hybrid systems throughout the rest of New England Napco has an offering that can control many features, like access control and video through an app all while providing advanced commercial fire protection with options that include built in communicators. This session is a must for designers and installers alike.
* Electrical Contractors – Learn what technologies you can integrate with existing low voltage systems or better learn what low voltage systems are capable of so you can provide more services to you accounts before the cable companies do.
* Alarm and Low Voltage Contractors – Learn what Napco can provide that you weren’t aware of and stretch you commercial and high-end residential installations
Commercial and Residential Control & Automation, Surveillance and Remote Services
A Joint Presentation by DSC, Alarm.com & National Monitoring
This presentation will focus on the new commercial grade technologies available allowing the integration of multiple systems including Access control, surveillance, security, lighting control, environmental & temperature control and more in the commercial environment. All of these technologies are also available in the residential space, the newest offering being the commercial spaces. The remote control of these integrated systems via smart phone, computer or tablets. With heightened levels of violence and potential liability to your commercial clients these systems are an easy add to any new construction or renovation project and are also not difficult to integrate into existing properties. This presentation is of value to anyone with commercial clients, designers, electrical & Alarm Contractors along with property management companies and building owners.
Today’s Wireless Fire Alarm Technologies and Advanced Fire System Detectors and Detection application
This presentation will cover one of today’s only remaining wireless fire alarm technologies and advanced detectors that are available for use or integration with today’s Honeywell fire panels. Multi Criteria, CO detection, Air Sampling detectors and more. The focus will be on the advanced and wireless devices currently available, Device Applications, System Configurations and System Design, including hard wired, combination hard wired/wireless and wireless only. The combination of advanced detectors and fire alarm systems provides safer and more controlled systems for building owners and tenants alike. Instead of having stand-alone systems for your gas detection integrate them with the advanced systems you are installing. Combining all of this with wireless technology there are very few requirements or environments you will not be able to cover. Learn to get everything out of your required in building fire alarm systems.
Facial Recognition Technology, what is available and applications you can utilize today
This session learn how this affordable technology works and can be integrated into your offering. Along with actual applications for the technology that you could use today learn how others are integrating this new technology into existing systems or building new systems around it. This is no longer technology that is just for the movies or the large budget projects it is affordable. Be one of the first to offer this technology to your customers, integrate into your own building system or design into your next project. This is a don’t miss session.
2020 National Electric Code Proposed Changes
Presenter Eaton Corporation
Start time is 2:15 P.M.
This presentation will focus on the proposed new code changes and the potential products and methods available to be used to accomplish them. Learn about the proposed changes that are being finalized as derived from Eaton’s members of the NFPA 70 code change committee and others that follow the committee closely. See slides that Eaton has already created to discuss the changes they know will be part of the upcoming changes. Stay ahead of others by being aware of these changes and keep you current or ongoing projects prepared for the changes. This is the no miss presentation for all Electrical and Electrical Design Attendees.