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Dean Kerrins | About the Author

Dean Kerrins | About the Author
Dean Kerrins, Support Specialist/Field Technician at AES Corporation, provides expert technical support of AES Corporation products and services for customers in the Northeast US region. He is responsible for the prompt resolution of complex technical issues, with a primary focus on delivering world class support and customer service. Dean travels to customer sites for assistance with network deployment and provides additional fee-based professional services to assist customers with out-of-scope Technical Support including network planning, review, and guidance related to network management issues, central station moves and changes, etc. He collaborates with other members of the team to manage cases and support corporate initiatives. Dean has over 20 years of alarm industry and hands on experience, his skill set includes extensive knowledge of integration and installation. Mr. Kerrins attended the Electrical Program at Lynn Vocational and Technical Institute where he studied installation of electrical equipment for commercial, industrial, and residential applications according to the Massachusetts Electrical Code.

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6 Steps for Performing a Quality Installation

Posted by Dean Kerrins | About the Author on Aug 5, 2016 9:33:00 AM

Subscriber Installation

Performing a quality installation will ensure optimal performance of your AES-IntelliNet® mesh radio network. It will also provide the scalability necessary to rapidly grow your network and increase its resiliency. A comprehensive pre-installation AES Site Survey will equip the installer with valuable insight about the installation site. The site survey will reveal useful information such as:

  • Building construction information (whether the building is wood, concrete, metal, etc.)
  • Information about the distance from the Fire Alarm Control Panel (FACP), mounting location, etc. (this information is useful in estimating the amount of cabling, conduit, and wiring that will be necessary to complete the installation)
  • Network Connectivity (NetCon) at the site, meaning where in the building peak Radio Frequency (RF) performance be achieved.

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