The Fire Alarm Control Panel (FACP) monitors and manages all functions of the fire alarm system, with the primary purpose of detecting a fire and a smoky condition.
A smoke-detection device that detects and warns of the presence of smoke automatically.
Smoke and combustion products in the air travelling through HVAC ducts are detected early by duct smoke detectors.
A device that produces regular light flashes. It is one of a number of stroboscopes that can be utilised.
A fire alarm pull station is a component of your fire alarm system that must be manually actuated.
It employs aural cues to warn residents of a fire or other emergency situation that necessitates action.
The state of an alarm system or system is shown by an Annunciator Panel, which consists of a variety of visible indications such as "flags" or bulbs.
For Sprinkler Monitoring Packages, A copper body, a water rotor, and a hall-effect sensor make up a water flow sensor. When water runs through the rotor, the speed of the rotor changes.
The primary goals of the heating, ventilation and air-conditioning (HVAC) system are to maintain acceptable indoor air quality through proper ventilation and filtration, as well as to provide thermal comfort.