The IFP-2000''s flexibility and ease-of-operation work well for new construction, while innovative retrofit features offer economic benefits, the release stated.
George De Marco, ESX chair, said: "The winning products and services of the 2009 Maximum Impact Awards are truly deserving of this recognition. The winners demonstrated their ability to make a difference to the bottom line for integration and monitoring companies. Congratulations to Silent Knight!"
A panel of integrators and central monitoring station experts judged the IFP-2000 series as the best fire alarm control panels to satisfy end-user needs while increasing revenue potential and valuation for dealer companies, the release noted.
As many as eight IFP-2000 systems can be networked for capacity expansions up to 5,088 points, and networked systems can be configured to emulate one large building or multiple building sites, the release added.