Wireless alarms finding place in mainstream

SIGN OF THE TIMES: Crown Supply President William F. Donahue IV talks with R.I. Historical Society Director of Collections Kirsten Hammerstrom in the John Brown House, which has been outfitted with wireless technology. / PBN PHOTO/BRIAN MCDONALD
SIGN OF THE TIMES: Crown Supply President William F. Donahue IV talks with R.I. Historical Society Director of Collections Kirsten Hammerstrom in the John Brown House, which has been outfitted with wireless technology. / PBN PHOTO/BRIAN MCDONALD
The John Brown House in Providence is known for brick Georgian architecture and its namesake’s place in 18th-century Rhode Island – not fire alarms or wireless technology. But like a modern mansion whose owner can control the thermostat and lights with his mobile phone, the John Brown House and its new fire alarm are now…
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