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New web site and 354 page handbook

19 April 2011

An independent manufacturer of audible and visual warning devices, E2S, has updated its web site and has published a new handbook that follows the web site layout.

The web site is organised as a comprehensive resource centre that enables specifiers to search, in a logical and intuitive manner, for the most appropriate product for the application.

The site is structured in three main cascading levels. The top offers the broad application choice between hazardous areas, fire and industrial applications and wide area signalling. Within each section, the next level shows an overview of the applicable products.

Once the required product type is selected, the visitor is able to enter various different sort criteria - approvals held, output levels and product family for example to bring up the products that meet the particular search criteria. At the individual product level, technical specifications, approvals held and downloadable PDF data sheets and manuals are available.
 
A compare capability is provided, making it easy for the specifier to evaluate alternative solutions. A knowledge base provides a wealth of general and product-specific information and a distributor section gives the contact details for the valued network of distributors and system integrators that provide technical support and product availability throughout Europe, the Middle East, Far East, Australasia, Africa and the USA.
 http://www.e2s.com


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