WIRELESS FIRE ALARM MONITORING Hallandale Florida
- AES-IntelliNet® smart mesh radio networks are self-forming, self-healing, and highly scalable
- AES-IntelliNet alarm communications technology never sunsets compared to cellular alternatives
- Each Smart Subscriber enables multiple paths to a central monitoring station
- Option to transmit full data from FACP digital dialer to AES-MultiNet receiver
- Simple and fast activation on AES-IntelliNet network
- Most stable and profitable fire alarm communication technology
- Network owner-operators retain virtually all RMR
- Meets UL 864 Commercial Fire Alarm requirements for primary
- Ideal drop-in full-function replacement for phone lines
- Universal wireless Smart Subscriber Transceivers support all new andlegacy FACPs
AES 7788F/7744F Series Subscribers are the ideal universal wireless communicators for any new or existing fire alarm system. AES-IntelliNet networks are built using AES Corporation’s patented mesh radio communications technology. A Smart Subscriber at each alarm site acts as transmitter, receiver, and repeater of alarm signals across the network. This creates a smart long-range radio network with multiple pathways between each alarm site and the central receiver. Multiple pathways mean multiple redundancies assuring the most reliable delivery of signals and compliance with rigorous industry standards. AES-IntelliNet networks self-adjust to network changes and assure that signals automatically follow the shortest path available as the network of Subscribers grows.
Highest Long Term Stability and ProfitabilityAES-IntelliNet remains the most stable and profitable fire alarm communication technology available today in the rapidly changing world of communications. AES private wireless networks never sunset compared to cellular technology and traditional phone lines. AES-IntelliNet networks maximize RMR generated from network alarm communication services because signals are delivered without the need for a costly operations center or cellular service providers.
UL 864 Edition 9 Compliant – Primary Standalone Communicators
In order to meet UL approval and NFPA compliance, most fire alarm communicators require either a second communication technology or a costly service plan included with sole path cellular alternatives. With AES-IntelliNet alarm communications technology, each standalone AES 7788F/7744F Subscriber provides multiple RF pathways across the mesh radio network to the central monitoring station. To meet compliance standards, only 2 RF paths are required. Please refer to the official NFPA 72 National Fire Alarm and Signaling Code handbook, Chapter 26 (184.108.40.206.2 One-Way Private Radio Alarm Systems/Technology Reference Comparison Table A.26.6.1).
Multiple RF Path Reference Guide
AES provides a Multiple Path Validation Reference guide detailing how to easily validate multiple RF paths at each AES 7788F/7744F Series Fire Subscriber. The guide also provides a complete listing of the codes and standards to which AES-IntelliNet products have been tested. To assist Authorities Having Jurisdiction (AHJs) with the fire alarm inspection process, the guide and other valuable installer tools are available for download from the company website. Visit our Fire Marshal Resources page at
AES-IntelliNet® Private Wireless Mesh Network
Cost Free Supervised Operation
Full Data Module Option – Ideal replacement for Phone Lines
AES Subscribers transmit consolidated alarm, trouble, and supervisory signals triggered by a FACP output relay. Subscribers with an integrated AES-IntelliPro Fire full data module transmit full alarm zone and event codes captured from a panel’s digital communicator. Both options individually meet UL and NFPA 72 requirements. AES Fire Subscribers with built-in full data module are the ideal drop-in full-function replacement for phone lines for communicating signals from both new and existing UL commercial fire alarm systems. Replacing phone lines with AES-IntelliNet maximizes RMR profit with significant bottom line impact, unlike with cellular technologies thatcharge high monthly service fees.