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The new E2S web site with intelligent search functionality - select the best warning signal for your application

13 August 2019

E2S has published an all-new version of its web site at e2s.com. One of the key innovations is the intelligent Product Finder search function. The Product Finder enables specifiers to locate the most appropriate products for their application by simple, logical filtering through a hierarchical multiple-choice menu.

Starting with the installation environment, either a safe area or a hazardous location, the next selection is the broad product category for example; audible signal, visual signal, combined signal, junction box or manual call point. Depending on the selected category, the intelligent search function offers further sub-menus with a full selection of approval requirements and performance criteria.

These result in the user being presented with the top three most suitable devices. In addition to the new top-down selection process, a traditional yet comprehensive product overview menu system by type and family provides easy access to the wide E2S range of solutions.

Also available on the new product pages are an extensive library of product-specific downloads: certificates, declarations, third party test reports, drawings in 2D and 3D, wiring schematics, images and accessory details. In addition, general product overviews and guides, downloadable audible alarm tones, white papers, case studies and references and guidelines are provided as free downloadable resources.

Visit the new website here: e2s.com


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