Conventional System

Conventional System
A conventional fire alarm system simply consists of a Manual call points, smoke, heat and carbone monoxide detection linked with a LED zonal fire alarm control panel.

Your system will be split into logical fire zones/ area allowing you to investigate where an activation has taken place.

After a activation a visual L.E.D indication will show up on the control panel giving the  zone that is in fault or fire.

If a building is not zoned, correctly with relevant zone chats adjacent the control panel and a fire occurs, the whole building would have to be investigated instead of being directed to the exact zone/ area by the control panel.

A conventional fire alarm systems is a cost effective form of detection and are usually installed in smaller buildings such as shops, restaurants and small commercial offices.