MxPro includes two panel ranges, the advanced MxPro 5 and the benchmark MxPro 4. Both come in 1-8 loop formats and are compatible with Apollo, Argus, Hochiki and Nittan protocols.
Syncro AS is a versatile range of open protocol fire alarm control panels compatible with existing Syncro fire alarm panel technology.
Available with one or two detection loops capable of hosting up to 126 devices (Apollo), 240 devices (Argus Vega) or 127 devices (Hochiki). Syncro AS uses leading edge microprocessor based electronics to provide a flexible control system with high reliability and integrity.
Suitable for all small to medium sized fire detection systems, Syncro AS control panels can be expanded and networked to become part of much larger systems if the need arises, therefore providing a future proof solution for any installation.
With its large graphical display and ergonomic button and indicator layout, the Syncro AS control panel is simple and straightforward to understand for installers, commissioning engineers and end users alike.
2 Wire Kentec
The new Sigma CP-A Alarmsense® range consists of a series of conventional, 2, 4 and 8 zone fire alarm control panels designed and approved in accordance with European standards BS EN54-2 and BS EN54-4 Fire Detection and Fire Alarm systems – Control and Indicating Equipment.
The Alarmsense® system enables all devices in a given zone to be wired to the same pair of cables thus greatly reducing the cabling and installation requirements and hence costs.
The Alarmsense® range of devices includes smoke and heat detectors, call points, base sounders, base sounder/beacons and relay units – all wired to the same pair of cables.
Having sounders and sounder beacons installed on the same cabling as detectors and call points allows all systems to be configured for common, zonal or two stage alarm by simply setting one of the panels configuration options.
Selection of the Alarmsense® local alarm feature at sounder or sounder beacon bases invokes the alarm verification feature. This is particularly useful in Houses of Multiple Occupation such as student accommodation or nursing homes. When sounder or sounder beacon bases are selected for local alarm mode, any alarm sounders are restricted such that only the sounder connected to the activated detector will operate initially. The panel will attempt to reset the activated detector after a time delay and if successful no further alarms are sounded. If the detector re-activates after being reset, a general alarm will sound throughout the premises. Activation of a second detector or a call point will sound the general alarm immediately.
All control panels have an integral, mains powered battery charger and power supply designed and approved in accordance with the requirements of BS EN54-4.
Wireless Fire Alarm
Hochiki’s FIREwave range raises wireless fire detection and alarm systems to new levels of reliability and flexibility. The hybrid system utilises the latest wireless technology to provide rapid, yet economic wireless fire system installations with the minimum of disturbance to the surroundings.