Inotec safety technology with numerous innovations at Feuertrutz 2024

June 4, 2024

Feuertrutz Hall 4, Stand 4-304

The GMS safety guidance system from Inotec can be installed quickly and indicates a safe escape route even in smoky environments.

The emergency lighting specialist Inotec Sicherheitstechnik will be presenting numerous innovations at the Feuertrutz fire protection trade fair on 26 and 27 June 2024 in Nuremberg in Hall 4, Stand 4-304. The GMS ground-level safety guidance system made of high-quality aluminium profiles and plug-in segment lights with direction indicator and running light function is particularly easy to install. After scanning the QR code of the segment lights, configuration can be carried out in the Inotec Project GMS app to save time.

Another new feature is the Inotec Spot-Light 2 integrated into the SNP 7×20 and 7×35 series of escape sign luminaires, which can be used to illuminate areas that need to be emphasised, such as first aid facilities or fire extinguishers, with 5 lux in compliance with standards. Suitable positioning means that an additional safety light can be dispensed with.

Another new feature is the intuitive and easy-to-use ‘Inotec Project:Configurator’ for Microsoft Windows and MacOS for quick and easy programming of Inotec emergency lighting systems. The new ‘FUSIONconnect’ function allows several CLS Fusion emergency lighting control centres to be grouped together. Safety luminaires and dynamic escape route signs can thus be visualised and virtually configured across fire compartments. Additional switching modules and cables become superfluous.

Another new feature is the intuitive and easy-to-use ‘Inotec Project:Configurator’ for Microsoft Windows and MacOS for quick and easy programming of Inotec emergency lighting systems. The new ‘FUSIONconnect’ function allows several CLS Fusion emergency lighting control centres to be grouped together. Safety luminaires and dynamic escape route signs can thus be visualised and virtually configured across fire compartments. Additional switching modules and cables become superfluous.

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