The IP based system enables you to unite and protect the most extensive of buildings, multiple facilities across a campus and even remotely monitor facilities throughout a city, across the country, or around the world.
Sounders are designed to simplify installations to provide primary and secondary for fire and security
applications. These are ideal where smaller notifications devices are desired. These sounders can be flush /
ceiling mounted with / without back box.
RE-24SS sounder cum strobe are designed to simplify installations to provide primary and secondary for fire and security applications. These are ideal where smaller notifications devices is desired. The horns can be flush / ceiling mounted with / without back box. Strobe shall be wired as primary (or) secondary signaling notification appliance flashing at 1Hz over entire voltage operating range. Strobe light consists of Xenon flash tube.
Preyank Solar Smoke Detector Features: Supply voltage : 9V Average quiescent current at 24V : 40µA Average quiescent current at 9V :35µA Alarm current at 24V :52mA Alarm current at 9V: 17mA Alarm indication :Clear LED, Red in alarm Normal operating temperature :-20 to +60°C (no condensation or icing) Max wind continuous :not affected Remote output (R-) : Current sink to -ve line, limited to 17mA. characteristics : Note: when using a remote indicator a current-limiting series resistor may be required.
Powerful cause-and-effect programming
coupled with dynamic zoning, and
enhanced trace diagnostics makes the
panel suitable for a wide range of site
applications from small to large complex
multi-area systems. Fully programmable
on-site via the on-board alphanumeric
keypad, or PC-NeT Configuration
An extensive suite of user-friendly
Windows based PC software programs
has been developed to enhance your
experience when using MxPro 5 series fire
panels. The suite incorporates a number
of different programmes which include
configuration, service, logo and virtual
panel tools to allow the flexibility of the
equipment to be fully explored.
RS-485, also known as TIA-485(-A), EIA-485, is a standard defining the electrical characteristics of drivers and receivers for use in serial communications systems. Electrical signaling is balanced, and multipoint systems are supported. The standard is jointly published by the Telecommunications Industry Association and Electronic Industries Alliance (TIA/EIA). Digital communications networks implementing the standard can be used effectively over long distances and in electrically noisy environments. Multiple receivers may be connected to such a network in a linear, multidrop bus. These characteristics make RS-485 useful in industrial control systems and similar applications.
The wide range of input and output modules available from
NOTIFIER delivers exceptional flexibility to a NOTIFIER fire
detection and alarm system. Using these modules enables
integration with a host of other building management and
emergency systems, including access control systems, lifts, fire
shutters and emergency lighting.
The M201E provides a single output that can be switched when commanded by a fire alarm control panel. In the supervised mode, the M201E supervises the wiring to the load devices. Upon command from the fire alarm control panel, the M201E switches an external power supply to operate these devices, while de-activating the load supervision.
The module raises an unlatched fault condition if the external power supply voltage falls below the fixed threshold. In the unsupervised mode, the M201E provides one set of form C changeover contacts and does not provide load nor power supply supervision. The M201E has built-in short circuit protection for the communications loop, which may be selected/deselected to meet the specific requirements of each installation.
NOTIFIER's offers a variety of intelligent monitor modules for diverse applications. Monitor modules supervise a circuit of dry-contact input devices, such as conventional heat detectors and pull stations, or monitor and power a circuit of two-wire smoke detectors. Monitor modules model numbers include the FMM-1, FMM-101, FZM-1 and FDM-1.
KAC's wall mount sounder is a high quality loop powered device designed to alert building occupants of an emergency. It utilizes the System Sensor B501AP base for improved installation flexibility. When triggered by the fire panel its powerful sounder gives an audible warning. A choice of output levels and tones make the device suitable for a wide variety of applications.
The FSL100 Series of flame detectors from Honeywell delivers robust, fast, and reliable detection of flaming fires in a wide range of applications.
The range consists of UV, UV/IR and IR3 flame detectors. All utilize sophisticated sensing and signal analysis to detect fires quickly while also rejecting false alarms.
722-001-301 ZX1Se single loop control panel. 230Vac, 2 sounder circuits, 4 line display and networking capability. 400 x 400 x 135mm (H x W x D). Order loop cards separately. Languages supplied: English, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, Polish, Dutch, Slovenian and Croatian.
A flame detector is a sensor designed to detect and respond to the presence of a flame or fire, allowing flame detection. Responses to a detected flame depend on the installation, but can include sounding an alarm, deactivating a fuel line (such as a propane or a natural gas line), and activating a fire suppression system. When used in applications such as industrial furnaces, their role is to provide confirmation that the furnace is working properly; in these cases they take no direct action beyond notifying the operator or control system. A flame detector can often respond faster and more accurately than a smoke or heat detector due to the mechanisms it uses to detect the flame
Designed for use in the interconnection of security system elements; including fire protective signaling devices such as smoke detectors, fire alarms and two way emergency communication systems.
A fire alarm control panel (FACP), fire alarm control unit (FACU), or simply fire alarm panel is the controlling component of a fire alarm system. The panel receives information from devices designed to detect and report fires, monitors their operational integrity and provides for automatic control of equipment, and transmission of information necessary to prepare the facility for fire based on a predetermined sequence. The panel may also supply electrical energy to operate any associated initiating device, notification appliance, control, transmitter, or relay. There are four basic types of panels: coded panels, conventional panels, addressable panels, and multiplex systems.
An addressable fire alarm system is one in which all fire and smoke detection devices in a system are connected and communicate both with each other and a central control monitoring location. This interconnectivity allows the control personnel to identify the location or “address” where the initial detection occurred. The information directs the emergency response team to pinpoint their efforts immediately to the precise location of the developing problem.
Fire alarm control panels (FACPs) relay fire detection and response communications between detectors, alarms, suppression systems, and monitoring stations.
Traditional FACPs are hardwired to each device in the system. The panel recognizes when the current or resistance on a circuit increases from the activation of a detection appliance, such as a smoke, heat, or flame detector or a manual call station. Wireless panels and accompanying devices are radio-linked.
The Intelligent Manual Call Point has been designed for indoor applications and are available in a variety of colours for different applications such as initiating a hazard rather than fire alarm. The Intelligent Manual Call Point can be used on XP95, Discovery and CoreProtocol Systems.
The microprocessor based 4 Zone CE mark conventional fire alarm control panel is a standalone system, with 16 X 2 LCDcharacter, 4 zones detection circuit,3 common potential free contacts & a common NAC sounder output, wall/ceiling mounted, Switch mode power supply- SMPS & Battery polarity & Deep discharge protection.
RE-104 fire alarm control panel is designed with unique protocol to be used for small commercial building and small scale industries. The system is user friendly with includes all standard to ensure ease for use and high reliability.
MI-LPB2-S2I is an addressable reflector-type linear optical beam smoke detectors designed to operate as a component of an intelligent fire alarm system. They operate primarily on the principle of light obscuration utilising an Infra-Red
beam. Optical beam smoke detectors are particularly appropriate for protecting buildings with large open spaces such as warehouses, atriums etc.
The MI-LPB2-S2I is a combined transmitter/receiver units that can be directly connected to an analogue loop circuit. The Infra-Red transmitter generates a beam of light towards a high efficiency reflector. The reflector returns the beam to the receiver where an analysis of the received signal is made. The change in the strength of the received signal is used to determine the alarm condition.
Alignment of the detector is simplified with the aid of the detector’s “gunsight” targeting device. Alignment of the detector with the reflector can then be “fine tuned” with the aid of a numerical signal strength indicator.
The sensitivity of the detector can be set to between 25% and 50% obscuration, providing application flexibility to suit the environment in which the detector will be installed.
In addition to the four fixed value alarm thresholds, there are two variable thresholds that automatically compensate for changes in the environment which could otherwise result in unwanted alarms while remaining within a known sensitivity range.
The detector incorporates automatic drift compensation, whereby the detector will adjust its detection thresholds in line with any long term signal reduction of the beam caused by contamination of the optical surface. The detector can be adjusted up to 10° vertically and horizontally for alignment. Where greater angular adjustment is required, the multi-mount accessory enables the detector to move through 28° vertically and 360° horizontally when ceiling mounted or up to 23° vertically and 90° horizontally when wall mounted.
MI-LPB2-S2I Introduces the Series 200 Advanced Protocol and is electrically and mechanically backwards compatible with previous generation (MI-LPB2), providing support for existing installations where retrofits and system extensions regularly take place.
With three sizes to choose from, the 50-point MS-9050UDE, the 198-point MS9200UDLSE and the 636-point MS-9600E, our updated micro-scan addressable series can handle your smallest through larger sized applications. We’ve maintained our ease of installation, programming and maintenance, reducing the time it takes to get a system up and running.
Plus the MS-9200UDLSE and MS-9600E: off LiteSpeedTM blazin’fast pooling protocol to ensure the safety and security of your building and its occupants.
The Morley-IAS repeaters are compact remote control
units for Morley-IAS intelligent multi protocol fire alarm
These units, along with other I/O peripheral devices and
the external printer further enhance the flexibility and
functionality of our fire alarm control panel range.
The repeaters provide an extension to the operation
of the fire alarm control panel. There are two types
available – passive with indications only and no controls,
or active with both controls and indicators. Both display
the operational state of the control panel using the 80
character LCD display and the 7 LED status indicators.
In addition to the general status indicators the Active
repeater is fitted with key operated “Access Enable”
switch for the control functions. Individual buttons are
provided for System Reset, Mute, Accept, Sound Alarms,
Silence/Re-sound Alarms and Self test. Thus enabling
control functions to be duplicated in strategic locations
around the installation.
The Active repeater includes an integral self test
sequence guiding the operator through a preset
sequence to test the functionality of the control buttons,
key-switch and display indicators.
Each repeater is connected to the Morley-IAS fire alarm
control panels using the RS485 peripheral data port as
shown in the schematic overleaf. A maximum of 31 active
repeaters can be connected to the peripheral data port.
The fire alarm control panel supervises the connection
between itself and the repeater, proving the integrity of
the cabling and indicating faults both on the repeater and
the fire alarm control panel.
Passive repeaters are not supervised, but a loss of
communication with the fire alarm control panel will be
indicated on the passive repeater.
The repeater requires an external power supply of
+24Vdc (nominal) to operate. Power may be taken from
the auxillary supply of the control panel or from any other
suitable dc power supply.
A heat detector is a fire alarm device designed to respond when the convected thermal energy of a fire increases the temperature of a heat sensitive element. The thermal mass and conductivity of the element regulate the rate flow of heat into the element. All heat detectors have this thermal lag. Heat detectors have two main classifications of operation, “rate-of-rise” and “fixed temperature”. The heat detector is used to help in the reduction of damaged property. It is triggered when temperature increases.
Development when time will still be available for the safe evacuation of occupants. Early detection also plays a significant role in protecting the safety of emergency response personnel. Property loss can be reduced and downtime for the operation minimized through early detection because control efforts are started while the fire is still small. Most alarm systems provide information to emergency responders on the location of the fire, speeding the process of fire control.
These systems have numerous advantages as discussed above. The one major limitation is that they do nothing to contain or control the fire. Suppression systems such as automatic sprinklers act to control the fire. They also provide notification that they are operating, so they can fill the role of a heat detection-based system if connected to notification appliances throughout the building. They will not, however, operate as quickly as a smoke detection system. This is why facilities where rapid notice is essential, even when equipped with sprinklers, still need detection and alarm systems.