Fire Alarm System

It is Very Useful Device for Home and Office:

A fire detection system consists of a set of elements, equipment, and systems installed to ensure recognition of a fire in its infancy. It allows a quick and effective intervention, providing a safe period of time to perform the total, partial or relocation of people in a safe area.

The panel receives the information from the field devices, designed to detect the physical/chemical changes associated with the fire, supervises its operational integrity, performs the automatic control of the equipment and transmits the necessary information, preparing the installation for a condition of Fire based on a predetermined sequence. The panel can also supply power to any sensor, control, and transmitter or associated control relay.

Fire Alarm System Performs in Various Scenarios that Include Following Detections:
Fire Detection:

A system to detect fires is indispensable for the protection of each of the installations of a company or building, especially when it is well known that a small fire can spread at an incredible speed. Below we present the varieties in detection systems.

Smoke Detection:

The objective of the system is to detect and locate as quickly as possible any possible fire, in order to intervene in a timely manner to fight it and give the alarm for the partial or total evacuation of areas, sections and/or complete buildings.

The main board will allow you to identify with precision the place where the fire will occur and will keep a record of all the problem or alarm events. The equipment must also monitor all connected devices and report any failures, as well as the status of each detector, manual station, monitor and control modules.

Heat Detection:

Thermal Detectors began to be used with the development of automatic sprinklers. Its ideal application would be where fires can be produced with high heat evolution and rapid development, in areas where environmental conditions do not allow the use of other types of devices or where the speed of detection and protection of human life is not the priority objective, for example, warehouses or isolated warehouses without the presence of personnel.

UV-IR Flame Detection:

The design of this type of technology offers a superior detection to that of any traditional infrared (IR) or ultraviolet and infrared (UV / IR) detector technology, since it performs an analysis of the spectrum of the IR radiation energy in three infrared spectral bands. Each bandpass is selected and identified to ensure the maximum degree of coincidence with the radiant energy emissions of the fire and the minimum degree of coincidence with the stimuli that are not linked to a fire condition.

Gas Detector:

Generally, for the detection of smoke or fire, carbon monoxide gas detectors are used, specially designed to identify the presence of this gas as a result or product of the fire in a fire condition.

Thus, the function of an automatic fire detection system is to identify the fire source in the shortest time possible, in the safest way, and alert trained personnel to perform the appropriate actions to generate the alarm to evacuate or relocation of the occupants of the property.