Conventional fire Alarm System
Conventional Fire Alarm Systems are among the most commonly used fire alarm systems, and they are commonly used in small to medium-sized facilities. These systems are simple to operate, and their design is based on a basic detection principle, where the entire building is divided into multiple zones, with each zone linked to a fire alarm control panel. The panel then communicates with different devices, such as smoke detectors, heat detectors, and manual call points, which detect the presence of fire.
- Divides the building into several zones.
- Uses basic detection principles.
- Simple to operate.
- Manual call points, smoke detectors, and heat detectors are linked to the control panel.
- Provides both audible and visual alerts.
- Suitable for small to medium-sized facilities.
- Easily expandable as per requirement.
- Cost-effective solution.
Applications: Conventional Fire Alarm System
Conventional Fire Alarm Systems are ideal for small to medium-sized facilities such as small offices, retail shops, and residential buildings. They are also commonly used in areas with simple fire hazards, such as areas with few or no mechanical or electrical systems.
How to Use: Conventional Fire Alarm System
When the smoke or heat detector senses a fire, the alarm will sound in the specific zone, alerting occupants in that area to evacuate. The panel then displays the zone number where the fire is detected, allowing responders to locate and address the situation promptly. If a manual call point is activated, the panel will also display the zone number, and the audible and visual alerts will activate in that specific zone.