Genisco Filter Corporation introduces the GF58270-21 fire alarm filter, the only filter on the market proven to resolve recurring false ground faults indicated during self-tests of digital fire alarm systems.
“For fire alarm systems housed in a secure room, the wire penetrating the wall can become an antenna that triggers a false ground fault,” says sales manager Ignacio Peinado. “Customers have come to us extremely frustrated with this issue. Short of installing a fiber optic system at a cost of around $20,000, the GF58270-21 is the only thing we know of that solves this issue.”
The cost of the Genisco filter is around $400.
All Genisco filters can be tailored to a customer’s specific application, and their industry-recognized quality can usually be delivered in about half the time of competitive manufacturers.
Headquartered in Madison, Wisconsin, Genisco Filter Corporation has been the premier choice in the design and manufacture of EMI/RFI filters for power line, signal line and custom applications for more than 50 years. Their ISO 9001 certification and MIL-I-45208A inspection system ensure quality, on-time delivery for an array of industries, including computer peripheral manufacturers, government agencies, military and aerospace contractors, electrical contractors, shielded room suppliers and more. Genisco is a privately-held, wholly-owned subsidiary of Oklahoma-based HSI Sensing, and all Genisco products are made in America. For more information about Genisco, please call 405.448.3447 or visit genisco.com.