Conventional Fire Detection and Alarm Systems

Conventional Fire Detection and Alarm Systems

Fire or malfunction information seen locally on panel in these systems. The building which system installed is divided into parts. This partitioning can be done by based of whole building or floor by floor. System wiring is done by the number of areas to be created. Up to 20 sensors can be connected to each zone. Fire alarm buttons can be used as much as requested. Siren cable is routed separately from the panel.

Main Control Panel

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  • Main control panels offer 2 or 4 zone options which can operate with either 230V AC 50Hz or 24V DC 1.5A external power supply models.
  • For each fire alarm zone; up to 32 units of standard conventional fire detector and unlimited manual call points can be connected.
  • The panel has supervised fire zones and sounder output which make easy to tracked some faults such as open circuit and short circuit faults.
  • The desired zones of the panel can be set to Disable and/or Test Mode so that the panel is to be tested by single person.
  • By using “lamp test” button it is easy to check all the LEDs whether they are working properly or not.

Conventional Detectors

Photo-electric smoke detectordedek

Features:

Photo-electric smoke detector has an infrared photoelectric smoke detection chamber which utilizes the infrared light scatter sensing principle.

Ionisation smoke detector with relay outputdedek2

Features:

Ionisation smoke detector has twin room ionisation chamber to prevent the interference of excessive humidity and heat.

Beam Detectorsdedek3

• 50, 75, 100m type smoke detectors;
• 50, 75, 100m length 15m wide detection range
• With reflector
• Loop-fed.


Sounders

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The maximum audible signal power of the sounder is 110 dB(A) 24 V DC at 1 m. and the sounders are for indoor use. The strobe has 3 W power and a flash rate of 150/min.

 

Buttons

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It is activated by manual pressing on the flexible plastic cover. The switch, normally resting on flexible plastic cover, changes position and retains it until it is brought into its initial position. It is weather-proof (IP67) and can be used in outdoor applications.