Conventional Systems (1-8 zones)
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Fire detection and alarm syst em are based on two technologies, featuring ‘automatic fire detectors’ (AFD), such as a smoke detector, and ‘manual call points’ (MCP), or as they are commonly known, ‘break glass units’.
For smaller buildings, the most cost-effective option is to install ‘non-addressable’ fire detection technology, wherein a small building is split into zones to speed the location of a fire. Each zone may have AFD and/or MCP units, which will cause the main control panel (LED status indicator) to operate the sound alarm and alert occupants in the event of a fire.
• Aspirating smoke detector
• Ionisation smoke detector
• Optical smoke detector
• Heat detector
• Multisensor detector
• Beam detector
• Flame Detector
• Audible alarm sounders and visual (flashing) alarms
• LED status indicator