This Notifier (priced at approximately US$45.00) manufactured in Northford, Connecticut by Morris Plains, New Jersey-based Honeywell International, Inc. (2015 revenues exceeded US$38 billion) is installed on the 7th floor of the Hotel Mercure Sevilla (owned by the government of the Republic of Cuba and managed by France-based AccorHotels) in Havana.
A representative of Honeywell reported that the company had no knowledge of the product being exported to the Republic of Cuba; and that likely a third-party sold the Notifier(s) to the Republic of Cuba.
Honeywell International "trusts commercial barriers will soon be lifted so that we can actively pursue the Cuban market."
This Notifier by Honeywell is installed on the 7th floor of the Mercure Sevilla Hotel in Havana
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