Ill. fire district plans switch to wireless system

Wireless system sends the signal directly to SEECOM regional dispatch center, which notifies local fire departments


By Elena Ferrarin
The Chicago Daily Herald

CARY, Ill. — The Cary Fire Protection District is planning to switch its fire alarm system for commercial buildings and agencies such as schools to the wireless radio system used by the Algonquin-Lake in the Hills Fire Protection District.

The current system in Cary connects 65 local fire alarms via telephone line to a central board in the Cary police building, which then sends the signal to SEECOM regional dispatch center in Crystal Lake, said Cary Fire Lt. Andy Veath.

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