Fire and Safety Solutions

Whenever we discuss Building / Office Automation, Fire and Safety System is one of the important facilities that couldn’t be excluded from the concept of the Smart Buildings. Fire and Safety System designed to detect and intimate / warning of the fire incident within the premises. For example by sounding alarm bells throughout the building.

An automatic fire alarm system for buildings has a receiver that detects when one of the sensors connected by wires is triggered by a fire. The system then alerts the building occupants by sounding alarm bells or voice alarms throughout the building. Fire alarms used in buildings employ the same sensing methods, but they differ in that building systems are connected to networks while home systems are independent and sound the alarm individually.

At Network Techlab, we provide Fire Safety Solutions as a Part of Physical Security and Infrastructure Domain and help you to detect fire incidents before the event.

An automatic fire alarm system comprises a receiver, automatic sensors, manual transmitters, sound devices, fire doors, fire shutters, smoke shutters, and network devices to which they are connected.

The receiver is installed in a fire protection center or management office within the building. It receives signals from the sensors if a fire breaks out, and controls such things as a display of indications of where the outbreak occurred and the sounding of audible alarms such as bells or voice messages. The receiver also supplies power to the system as a whole. It normally operates on the AC 100V power supply, but it is equipped with a backup power supply in case of a power failure. The automatic sensors are installed in the various alarm zones throughout the building. They automatically detect the outbreak of fire from the heat, smoke, flame and send a signal to the receiver.

The sound devices are installed in various locations throughout the building. These emergency alarm units sound a bell or a voice warning when they receive a signal from the receiver. Each of these devices is connected to the network via a wired or wireless communication system.

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