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Fire Alarm System

Fire Alarm System

  • Fire Alarm Addressable and Conventional System
  • Voice Evacuation System

Addressable Fire alarm

An addressable fire alarm system is made up of a series of fire detectors and devices that are connected back to a central control panel. With addressable systems, each device has an address or location, enabling the exact detector that was triggered to be quickly identified. This makes addressable alarm systems ideal for large buildings, particularly commercial premises spread over a wide area.

Advantages of addressable fire alarms

  • Quickly determine the location of a fire
  • Specific actions can be programmed by the user
  • Reduced likelihood and better handling of false alarm
  • More reliability, less likely to lose connection
  • Lower overall cost of wiring
  • Ability to monitor integrity of the system, with detector health checks
  • One of the biggest advantages of addressable fire alarm systems is that they can be configured so that a specific action triggers a specific response

Conventional Fire Alarm System

Conventional fire alarm systems have been around for many years. They range from simple 1 or 2 zone systems, to systems with over 100 zones.

Advantages of a Conventional Fire Alarm System

  • Control panel & devices tend to be cheaper
  • Simple setup, no configuration required
  • Wide range of compatibility between manufacturers