Telguard announced being the first to market with an All-5G LTE-M Fire Communicator lineup that’s made in the USA, with all models available now at distributors.
“Telguard’s fire communicator lineup has expanded greatly in the last 18 months – we’re not just the TG-7FS anymore”, said George Brody, President, Telguard. “And we’ve eliminated the supply chain bottlenecks by making every model we sell in the USA, using the latest 5G LTE-M technology, and all models shipping from stock.”
Whether sole path, dual path, primary or backup, now there’s a Telguard fire communicator that will fit the needs of virtually any application and will be approved by the toughest AHJ. Telguard 5G LTE-M fire communicators make perfect fits for POTS replacements, upgrades, or new installs. With 5G LTE-M technology, Telguard communicators use LTE-M bands for 4G and 5G compatibility, better in-building penetration, and longest product life. They interface with the panel over a single DACT connection for universal compatibility. If the panel has no DACT, simply add the TG-PEM accessory.
“To be sure, the last two years have been tough in terms of being able to get into commercial facilities, the sunsets, and materials shortages – we all know that. But Telguard kept innovating, kept solving problems, and we’re delivering on the promise of being the alarm communication experts with top of the line products, outstanding customer service and technical support, and best-in-class product quality and reliability. And they’re all available, right now, at your preferred distributor.”
Visit telguard.com or call 800.229.2326 for more information on Telguard’s complete line of 5G LTE-M fire communicators.
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