Comark Releases 22”Class All-in-One Building Automation Computer

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Comark Corporation, a leading manufacturer of rugged displays, computers, and enclosures, has received UL2572, ULC-S527 and UL864 recognition of its 22” class all-in-one computer. With multiple mounting options, the new display is ideal for mass notification, security, fire alarm, or public information, providing the most effective and safe situational awareness.

The LCD measures 21.5” diagonal and an optional touch screen makes it a perfect operator interface unit

The Building Automation group specializes in life safety, fire alarm, mass notification, and smart building applications. This is one effective product for mission critical applications!" Said Steve Schott, President

Testing and recognition to UL864 standards in accordance with the National Fire Alarm and Signaling Code, NFPA 72, confirms the computer is suitable as an interface for fire detection, alarm and smoke control systems. Testing and recognition to UL2572 standards in accordance with the National Fire Alarm and Signaling Code, NFPA 72, confirms the computer is a suitable component for connectivity with mass notification systems, which supply critical information within buildings and/or outdoor areas about emergencies, including but not limited to terrorist activities, hazardous chemical releases, severe weather, fire, and other situations that may endanger the safety of the occupants of an area or facility.

     The computer features a high performance, lower power Intel mobile core i5 or i7 processor and will operate from 0°C to 50°C. The LCD measures 21.5” diagonal and an optional touch screen makes it a perfect operator interface unit. Power options include 24VDC building power or 110/220VAC. Software options include Windows XP Pro, Windows 7 (32/64 bit), Windows 8, or Linux. Additional information on the 22” class all-in-one computer is available at http://www.comarkcorp.com.

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