Analogue systems are able to have detection and interface devises installed in a loop format. This allows a larger number of devices on one circuit – over 100 devices of input and output devices. Each detector is also able to support a sounder base this allows a saving on installation costs as separate sounder circuits are not necessarily required. Each device/detector is able to have its own unique address and text associated with it.
Therefore any alarm point activated will provide an exact location of the point of alarm; this will reduce search time etc. and allow the user more time to make decisions and take the appropriate action, time being a major factor in a fire situation.
Interfaces are also able to be connected to these systems to allow automatic shutdowns, doors to close, plant to stop, lifts to ground etc. these being a normal requirement of a larger system in a fire condition.
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