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A leader in making the world safer.

For 70+ years, we've been a fire alarm leader. Today, with global distribution and support, we're the largest maker of engineered fire alarm systems. See how it all started.

Our commitment innovative solutions and trusted partnerships is what propels NOTIFIER to stand proudly as a leader in life safety.

By selecting NOTIFIER, be confident that you will receive the very best in customizable and connected life safety systems, as well as extensive industry knowledge, fire expertise, and quality service from our authorized independent network of PLATINUM and GOLD NOTIFIER distributors.

Ways we're helping to improve people's lives.

Here are programs we support, either as a sponsor or as a hands-on participant. And the college scholarship programs we're proud to be a part of.

Sponsored Programs

American Red Cross
Ronald McDonald House of New Haven
Battered Women's Shelter
Connecticut Food Bank
2-1-1 Infoline

Employee Participation

Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation
US Marine Corps Toys for Tots Foundation
Easter Seals Goodwill Rehabilitation Center
United Way of America

Scholarship Programs

The University of New Haven
Worcester Polytechnic Institute
The University of Maryland
Oklahoma State University

 

We're always busy looking ahead. But sometimes we look back.

2000
NOTIFIER first to release a fire and security monitoring system — the UniNet 2000 —capable of interfacing with other manufacturers’ fire systems.
2001
NOTIFIER launches the ONYX Series of intelligent fire alarm control panels.
2004
NOTIFIER fire alarm systems selected to protect facilities and venues at 2004 Summer Olympic Games in Athens… The FireWarden series fire alarm control panel is introduced.
2005
NOTIFIER introduces revolutionary fire and life safety products: OnyxWorks and Onyx FirstVision.
2006
Introduces NOTI-FIRE-NET fire system network and ONYX Digital Voice Command.
2008
Introduces ONYX Digital Voice Command 3.0… NOTIFIER fire alarm systems selected to protect facilities and venues at 2008 Summer Olympic Games in Beijing.
2009
NOTIFIER Obtains FM 6320 Listing for Gas Detection on the NFS2-3030 fire alarm panel, an industry first… NOTIFIER releases its high speed NOTI-FIRE-NET network that is up to 100 times faster than competitive networks.
2010
NOTIFIER expands voice evacuation and emergency communications systems capability with ONYX Digital Audio 4.0. NOTIFIER’s ONYX fire alarm panels are approved for use in any seismic zone.
2011
NOTIFIER announces a combination fire and carbon monoxide detector, FCO-851, for enhanced life safety in hotels, dormitories, apartments, condominiums, nursing homes and hospitals.
2012
NOTIFIER releases the VESDA™ High Level Interface (HLI) and Gateway, providing a communication link between the NOTIFIRE-NET™ network and VESDAnet™.
2013

NOTIFIER launches FirstCommand™, for small facilities that require voice evacuation or emergency communication systems.  

Marine versions of the NFS2-3030 control panel and NCA-2 network annunciator are now approved for marine applications.

NOTIFIER ONYX® systems have been tested and approved to the UL 2572 standard.

2014
SWIFT® Wireless launches, a robust mesh network with UL listed Class A communication mesh protocol.
2016

XAS Air Sampling Smoke Detection are added to the NOTIFIER portfolio.

Honeywell acquires Xtralis, a leading global provider of aspirating smoke detection: April 1 2016.

2017
NOTIFIER®’s next generation of ONYXWorks® and FirstVision™ [Version 4] are introduced.  

VESDA-E series of aspirating smoke detectors can now exchange information directly with NOTIFIER's ONYX® Series Fire Alarm Control Panels.
2018
NOTIFIER and Honeywell introduces the industry’s first UL-2524 listed BDA system.
2019
Launches: OW Smoke Control / CLSS.
2020
NOTIFIER becomes first to introduce Honeywell Connected Life Safety Services with the connected gateway / cloud enabled services.
2021
Purchase of Fiplex.

Our future looks even more exciting. We can't wait to show you.