Fire Alarm System

Introduction

Alarming is an important component of fire fighting. This process involves triggering either sound or light or both upon sensing the smoke or ignition. Role of Fire Alarm Systems have become very crucial with the inclusion of advanced technologies & sophisticated tools in the business settings. Human monitoring is not possible round the clock and sometimes hidden or deep ignition cannot be detected timely which causes the spread of fire.

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Benefits of Fire Alarm System

  • Automatically call the emergency services and key contacts to minimise the time it takes for the fire brigade to attend site
  • Tell the fire brigade exactly where the fire is so they can get to it ASAP
  • Minimise pesky false alarms caused by old fire alarm detectors
  • And, in the unlikely event of a fault, they can also tell you exactly where the problem is!
  • Alert people of a potential fire
  • Safeguard assets from fire damaged

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Conventional Fire Alarm System

Conventional Fire Alarm System

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. The largest panel we currently manufacture is 48 zones.

Conventional detection offers a good basic system, ideal for small applications, or projects on a tight budget.

The detectors in a zone (or area) of the building are all connected to the same pair of wires. If any of these detectors reports an alarm, a single indication is shown on the control panel, meaning that the exact location of the alarm is not shown.

The sounders (including sounder bases) are wired on a separate circuit.

An end of line unit is fitted to the last device in each circuit (Detection Zone, or sounder), in order to monitor the line for breaks.

Addressable Fire Alarm System

Addressable Fire Alarm System

Addressable Fire Alarm System

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 alarms.
  • More reliability, less likely to lose connection.
  • Lower overall cost of wiring.
  • Ability to monitor integrity of the system, with detector health checks.

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Frequently asked questions

What is a fire caution framework?

Fire Alarm Systems Typically, a fire caution framework is comprised of the accompanying parts:

Starting gadgets, fit for setting the framework in the caution state. These can be photoelectric smoke and warmth indicators, ionization smoke identifiers, warm locators, in-channel smoke finders, physically worked pull stations and sprinkler water stream sensors.

What is the fundamental segment of a fire caution framework?

The Fire Alarm Control Panel (FACP). The FACP ought to be found where it can be reacted to as important either day and night or amid working hours. This can be at building security home office, nearby a phone switchboard or in an upkeep office - whichever area offers most extreme scope. It ought to likewise be situated in a genuinely focal area in light of the fact that if the framework goes into caution, a man should have the capacity to race to the area and confirm fire status before the alert is hushed.

How does a fire caution framework functions?

The fire-recognition framework today comprises of a FACP (fire caution control board) – this is the framework's cerebrum, and it's fit for settling on fast choices. ... The discovery gadgets identify the nearness of smoke or particles of burning and afterward caution the FACP about an issue; the FACP at that point chooses what move to make.

How would you stop a fire caution?

  • Kill the ability to the smoke caution at the electrical switch.
  • Expel the smoke caution from the mounting section and separate the power.
  • Expel the battery (for a fixed battery show, click here to take in more).
  • Press and hold the test catch.

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