Fire Alarm Panel
The fire alarm panel is the central element of the fire alarm system. The panels are used in HVAC systems, building automation controllers, access points and elevators to isolate the fire during an emergency.
Detectors, call points, sounders, etc. devices are connected to the fire alarm panel, which provides power to them and information is relayed back and forth to determine whether there is a fire and activate an appropriate warning if so.
The fire alarm panel recognizes when the current or resistance on a circuit increases from the activation of a detection appliance, such as a heat, smoke, flame, or a manual call station. The panel accordingly triggers to alert inhabitants of an emergency situation.
• Date & Time Memory
• Memory for Fire/Open/Short
• LCD/LED Display
• Power Supply 15 Amp.
• Fire Fault Relay
• Warranty 1 year
Smoke detector detects smoke as a primary indication of fire. It produces an audible and visual signal locally in a room or a home, and provides a signal to a fire alarm system in a large building. Smoke detectors are enclosed in a small, round shaped plastic case, and placed at the roof where there are risks of fire or fire hazards.
It is one of the most important home safety tools. It increases your chances of escaping from a house fire. It gives you an early warning that makes escape more likely, but the unit is more than just an alarm. Smoke detector has an average life of about 10 years. Detectors must be tested periodically and the batteries must be changed when required.
Smoke detectors have two main parts, the sensor and the alarm. Both play an important role in the overall purpose of the unit, which is to sense fires as soon as possible and alert anyone in the home, so they can get out.
Manual Call Point
Manual call points are one of the most important components in fire alarm systems to ensure timely evacuation in the event of fire. Manual alarm call points are designed for raising an alarm manually once emergency condition exists. The alarm signal can be raised by operating the push button or break glass.
While other detecting devices are automatically triggered, manual points are triggered manually by people. Manual points should be mounted at a height of between 1.2 meters and 1.6 meters above the floor, and should be clearly visible and identifiable. Manual call points should be placed on all exit points, and at all escape routes from the floors of a building and clear to air. Manual points should be located that no one in the building needs to walk more than 30 meters in order to reach manual call point.
The call point will be connected with a fire alarm control panel. When you activate the manual call point, a message is sent to the control panel to let it know that there is a fire danger in your immediate area.
Fire hooters generate the warning signals of loud intensity to alert people in the event of a hazardous situation of fire. Fire hooters are use designed to be used for long period of time. They can be installed with ease and is developed using the high grade material.
Fire alarm hooters are ideal for installation in industries and complexes to employ high intensity audible signal to alert people about fire. Fire hooters are manufactured using quality-assured components and cutting-edge techniques in tandem with international quality standards, and are tested on set quality parameters to assure its proper operation.