Two Pertronic BMS interface units are now available for F220 fire detection and alarm systems. Both products provide bi-directional communication between a building management system (BMS) and the fire system.
From the first of November, the VESDA-E VEP range of aspirating smoke detectors will replace most of the VESDA Laser Plus (VLP) and VESDA Laser Compact (VLC) aspirating smoke detectors.
Our new 22U rack cabinet for the F220 provides an intermediate size between our popular 16U and 28U cabinets.
The Pertronic Emergency Telephone System (ETS) allows fire-fighters to communicate in facilities where hand-held two-way radios may not be dependable.
Controlling the deluge system in Sydney’s M4E motorway tunnels is the job of a Pertronic Net2 Network with 92 F220 Fire Indicator Panels.
Independent testing has confirmed that the Pertronic F220/Net2 Network complies with AS 7240.13: 2006.
We will be at Fire Australia 2019 in Melbourne, May 14th to May 16th.
Our popular Loop Responder case has been redesigned with a hinged front cover (instead of the wholly removable lid) and integral mounting feet.
Introduced in 2014, the European-made FAAST LT aspirating smoke detectors have been successful in a variety of projects over the past five years.
The Honeywell Corporation purchased Xtralis in 2016. Honeywell manufactures System Sensor detectors and FAAST aspirating detection products, while Xtralis manufacturers Vesda and OSID detectors. As a consequence of this acquisition...