I received a phone call and an e-mail the other day from one of the reps for Telular. He was all excited that they have a communicator suitable for sole communication for commercial fire. I listened to him and read some of the info he e-mailed to me and it just doesn't add up.
It looks like a GSM communicator sending two signals instead of one. Big whoop. Its still a single communication path. Now if it incorporated a GSM and a CDMA communicator with a trouble output if either fails to test I might buy into it, but it sure doesn't look that way when giving it the quick once over. Instead they seem to indicate the the NFPA standard was changed???
Really? All these years that we have been required to provide two communication paths, and now NFPA says we only need one? Is this true? What am I missing?
Esplain it to me Rucy.