Analogue Addressable Fire Alarm Panel

High end analogue addressable fire alarm system available in various loop configurations. It combines sophisticated functionality with simple operation and with a very aesthetically pleasing design. It’s large capacity, ability to support multiple devices, ease of programming with wide range of user controllable functions make the system suitable for a diverse range of projects including residential, commercial & high rise, and industrial.

System Overview
  • The range consists of single, two and four loop panels
    and a wide range of compatible detectors, callpoints
    sounders, beacons, repeater panels and interfaces
  • Panels are available in a choice of colours (Standard
    Light grey and graphite)
  • Available with or without a built-in printer
    All panels have integral power supplies and batteries,
    supplied as standard
  • For heavily loaded systems or systems requiring
    extended autonomy in the event of a main failure,
    versions are available with extended battery capacity

Detection Capacity
  • Up to 200 addresses per loop which can be a mixture
    of call points, detectors, interfaces, loop sounders or
  • To comply with EN 54 requirements no more than 512
    addresses should be connnected to a single panel

Conventional Fire Alarm Panel

Panels provide the best solution to any conventional system requirement. The advanced features include a simple “one-shot” user test facility, class change contacts, battery voltage High/Low alarms, and change temperature compensation - all included as standard to ensure ease of use and high reliability. Attention to detail is emphasised by the neat log book holder feature, allowing essential records to be stored close to the panel, ready for quick reference.

System Overview
  • Flexible, high specification conventional panel suitable for a wide range of building type and sizes
  • Choice of 1, 2, 3, 8, 16 plus more zones as per requirement
  • Supplied complete with battery for 24 hours standby. Battery charger has temperature compensation as standard
  • Matching 8 zone repeater panel, for use with 8 zone and 1 / 4 zone configured panel.
  • Stylish, robust & compact with simple 5 button keypad control for all functions
  • Simple “one-shot” weekly user test with auto-reset facility
  • Comprehensive power, fire and fault LED indicators and integral piezo buzzer for on-board fire or fault indication
  • Battery high / low voltage alarm facility
  • Two separate alarm lines on 1, 2 and 4 zone panels. Maximum rate load of 150mA ( 1/2 zone) or 400mA (4 zone) per line
  • Alarm lines are monitored for open circuit and short circuit faults

Smoke Detector

A smoke detector is a device that senses smoke, typically as an indicator of fire. Commercial security devices issue a signal to a fire alarm control panel as part of a fire alarm system, while household detectors, known as smoke alarms, generally issue a local audible or visual alarm from the detector itself.

Manual Break Glass Unit

Break Glass unit is an active fire protection device usually wall mounted, that when activated, initates a alarm on a fire alarm system, in its simplest form,the user activates the alarm by pressing the frangible glass element. After operation the device must be restored to the ready position using a special tool or key in order to deactivate the alarm sequence and return the system to normal, standard and weather proof versions available

Fire Alarm Sounder and Beacons

These units are ideal for use on fire alarm systems,giving both an audible and visual indications that the fire alarm has been activated

Reflective Beam Detector

An optical beam smoke detector is a device that uses a projected beam of light to detect smoke across large areas, typically as an indicator of fire. They are used to detect fire in buildings where standard point smoke detectors would either be uneconomical or restricted use by the height of the building