West Babylon, NY — PRI is proud to announce that the company’s Help Point has made the Qualified Products Lists (QPL) in the New York City Transit Contract C-52147 Specification Section 19J.
PRI’s Help Point Unit is a customer information and emergency intercom system. The Help Point incorporates an IP phone, which provides the basic logic for the Help Point operation, including the operational requirements of all LEDs including: the flashing, Programmed Alarms, Fire Alarm input, and general programmable I/O requirements. The phone is supplied as a board level device, which is coupled to a group of PRI’s designed Printed Circuit Boards. These custom-designed Printed Circuit Boards provide the required interface between the speaker and the Help Point User Interface, Beacon, and I/O.
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West Babylon, NY – Power Resources International, Inc. (PRI), the leading High Technology – Automation Supplier in the New York Metropolitan Region and New Jersey has agreed to a new partnership with Code Blue Corporation, an industry leader for emergency communication solutions.
“The integration of Code Blue Products into the PRI distribution business brings one-stop shopping to better serve our market with local pre- and post-sales engineering support & commissioning,” explained Mike Dombrowski, vice president of sales and marketing, PRI.
Made in the USA and located in Holland, Michigan, Code Blue is the industry pioneering manufacturer of emergency communication solutions aiding people by handcrafting products that are reliable and accessible. From the iconic Blue Light phone pedestals to award-winning software, Code Blue products help people feel safe by offering durable and visible security solutions that provide help at the touch of a button, while assisting first responders before, during, and after an incident with a complete end-to-end system that utilizes alerting, managing, archiving, and responding technology.
West Babylon, NY – PRI has integrated 10 new ADA cameras in and around the new elevators at the 181st Street Station as part of the New York City Transit’s (NYCT) 6 Elevator Replacement at 181st and 190th Street Station project. The company has also begun working on items for 190th Street Station, having fabricated the new equipment to be integrated later in 2021.
In addition to the new ADA cameras at 181st, PRI has integrated the new equipment into the existing Fiber Optic Network, supplied a brand-new CCTV, and supplied other equipment to aid elevator functionality.
PRI’s scope for this project includes supplying new CCTV cameras, network equipment, and CCTV cabinets at both 181st and 190th Street Stations (A Line) to help make both stations ADA compliant. The new equipment will help increase security at both stations as well as help travelers get where they need to be in a safe, ADA-compliant manner in the Upper West Side (UWS) by Fort Tyron Park and the Cloisters.