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Protect Students and Save Time and Money for Faculty and Staff

The harmfulness of vaping and e-cigarette use can jeopardize student health and academic performance in many ways. Let alone, the strains of staff monitoring and responding to incidents takes away from valuable school resources and distracts effective learning.

K-12 campus officials across the nation have reported significant negative impacts on students, disruption of classroom instruction, a severe drain on available personnel, re-allocation of limited staff development time for teachers and other school staff, a strain on existing student assistance programs, increased expenditures, medical emergencies, and other significant problems resulting from e-cigarette use by students.²

[Our school] before Triton felt like the dark ages... teachers would have to randomly monitor bathrooms and it felt like most vaping was slipping under our nose. 3D Sense has given us confidence and saved so much time."

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2.1 million students used e-cigarettes in 2023.¹

550,000 middle school students
1.56 million high school students

Many people have an important role in protecting youth from vaping. Amongst these are educators and school administrators.

Did you know we hold a contract for Triton sensors in the State of New Jersey?

NEWCOM is an Awarded Vendor through the Educational Services Commission of New Jersey (ESCNJ). Through this contract, Triton vape detectors can be purchased without the Request for Proposal process. This contract is eligible for ESCNJ members – membership is free for those who wish to join.

Not a business in the State of New Jersey? We have other contracts that offer sensor technology you can qualify for.

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Fight Vaping at the Source

Triton vape detection devices work on all fronts to combat vaping within schools. This includes education, monitoring and reminders. When vaping is detected, whether its in a bathroom, locker room, stairwell or other private location, designated administrators get real-time alerts sent to their phone. Vape sensors also work as a deterrent. When made aware of their presence, schools are building trust with students and provide a gateway to educating them of the dangers vaping causes.

NEWCOM can help get your vape detectors in place to be ready for students returning in August.

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Why contact NEWCOM?

NEWCOM is a valued, trusted partner of Triton Sensors trained to give insight into Triton’s cutting edge technology that provides customers with real-time knowledge of when and where students, employees or guests are vaping and much more. We share the same focus on making schools a healthier, safer place by empowering administrators to have this real-time knowledge. NEWCOM is ready to answer your questions and provide solutions tailored to your sensor technology needs. Based in the metropolitan Boston area with operations nationwide, our expert team of engineers and trained sales professionals offer turnkey solutions for education and other public sector markets. We analyze, design, recommend, install, and help manage your systems by raising the bar for the highest standards for customer support. To learn more, visit

About Triton

Triton Sensors relies on advanced technology, dedicated employees, and an unwavering commitment to value.

Triton Sensors is the industry leader in affordable vape detection and advanced air quality insight. They design and produce two vape detectors and software that monitor the air for vape emissions. Triton’s cutting-edge technology provides real-time knowledge of when and where your students are vaping.

Their main focus is making schools a healthier, safer place by empowering administrators to restrict vaping. Triton was founded on the belief that everyone deserves to breathe clean air – especially children, teens, and young adults.

  1. E-Cigarette Use Among Youth, Center for Disease Control:
  2. ‘Addressing the School E-Cigarette and Vaping Epidemic’, Campus Safety Magazine: