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We have three main types of fire alarm system
Conventional Fire Alarms
These fire detection systems divide your premises into zones. In the event of an alert – perhaps triggered automatically by a smoke detector or manually by a ‘break glass’ alarm – wiring linked to an LED control panel will identify the zone. But it won’t indicate the precise area;
Addressable Fire Alarms
Here, each individual device, such as a smoke or heat detector, has its own unique electronic address. If one activates, the fire alarm system control panel tells you precisely where the problem lies;
Wireless Fire Alarms
A fire detection system which uses a secure wireless link between the sensor and the control panel. Most will offer sounders, beacons and call points. These are a great option if you don’t want lots of cable on your premises.