System Sensor

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System Sensor
Type Subsidiary of Honeywell Life Safety Group
Industry Manufacturing
Founded U.S. (1984 (1984))
Headquarters St. Charles, Illinois, U.S.
Area served Worldwide
Key people John Hakanson
President System Sensor HLS
Products Fire detection and notification devices
Employees 1,900
Parent Honeywell International Inc.
Website System Sensor
SpectrAlert wall-mount horn/strobe

System Sensor is a St. Charles, Illinois company involved in the research, development and manufacturing of fire protection products. System Sensor is part of Honeywell Life Safety Group.[1]

History[edit]

System Sensor was founded in 1984[2] by the Pittway Corporation to address the unique product requirements of the fire alarm industry. That same year, the MASS series was introduced. Around 1987, their mini horns were also introduced. They were discontinued in the 1990s/2000s. In 1995, due to the ADA requiring all strobes have clear lenses, the MASS series was replaced with the MASSADA series, though production of the MASS series continued for a few more years. The MASSADA series was discontinued in 2006. In 1997, System Sensor introduced its SpectrAlert series of notification appliances. In 2006 System Sensor discontinued the SpectrAlert product line in favor of the SpectrAlert Advance Product Line.[3] System sensor released the Spectralert Advance low frequency horns and horn strobes in 2013. System Sensor was purchased by Honeywell in the early 2000s, and currently manufactures notification appliances, smoke detectors, waterflow switches, and HVAC monitoring systems.

Distribution Partners[edit]

The The Mircom Group of Companies is System Sensor's privately owned distribution partner.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "Companies". Honeywell Life Safety. Retrieved 2009-10-24. 
  2. ^ "About System Sensor". System Sensor. Retrieved 2009-10-24. 
  3. ^ "System Sensor on the Web". System Sensor. 1998-12-12. Archived from the original on 1997-07-09. Retrieved 2009-10-24. 

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