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Avire Rolls Out New Wiring Looms For Memcom

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Lift safety and communication systems provider Avire has developed new wiring looms for its Memcom emergency alarm system, intended to make integrating Memcom into installed lifts quick and simple. The looms, which are prewired into the Memcom terminal block, allow the lift’s existing pictograms and alarm push buttons to be used, and provide labeled wires to connect to these components. Some of the looms also contain relays, negating the need to source and install relays to switch pictograms. In these cases, the loom is simply plugged into the Memcom and wired into the lift. The latest version of Memcom features a new interface in which programming relies on a tick-box system and drop-down menus, rather than code-based prefixes and suffixes, making programming the unit simpler and more intuitive. This makes Memcom the first emergency telephone on the market that can be programmed without codes or a programming tool. For more information, contact Avire at website: www.avire-global.com.

Fhss Wireless Video System

VideoComm Technologies’ new 2.4-GHz frequency-hopping spread spectrum (FHSS), wireless elevator video system delivers D1 (720 X 480) quality and encrypted digital video up to 200 floors. Featuring a preconfigured plug-and-play design and vandal-proof, corner-mounted, 650-line charge-coupled-device camera, the system complies with safety standards of the Technical Standards and Safety Authority, American Society of Mechanical Engineers and Federal Communications Commission. It was designed for easy installation, to provide maintenance-free video surveillance without recurring costs, and to protect lives and assets, while deterring vandalism and unwanted visitors.

For more information, contact VideoComm at phone: (905) 336-9665; fax: (905) 336-9662; or website: www.VideoTransmitters.com.

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