The L-200Si is designed to be integrated into building-wide fire alarm systems and their local signals are remotely initiated, either automatically from detectors in the system or manually from pull-stations spread throughout a facility when so initiated by the system’s fire panel. These hard-wired LinearStrobes are designed to be hard-wire connected to a building’s fire alarm system’s notification appliance circuitry (NAC) and are similarly configured to the system like other visual notification appliances like emergency strobes and horn-strobes. Most LinearStrobes are designed to be installed/recessed into (or over) a single gang or double gang outlet box whose lettered cover plate can either denote the exit “here” with a down-arrow or which can denote which direction one should take to reach the nearest exit with a left-arrow, right-arrow or up-arrow as the specific location might command. The easily retrofitted I-LinearStrobe devices can be field-calibrated to different light intensity settings and all I-LinearStrobes flash in synchronization with the other visible notification appliances in the same room and/or field of view. Typical LinearStrobes are calibrated by the manufacturer to flash at a 1Hz flash pattern or a pattern identical to the other visible notification appliances that it is synchronized with in the zone or field of vision.