When configuring an analogue addressable fire alarm system, we usually start by listing the loop devices. It’s quick and easy with the FireUtils™ Device Type Selector.
Occasionally we hear about someone having issues with the Disable function in AS 7240.2 fire indicating panels.
With the introduction of two new mini mimics, we now offer a complete range of mimic (repeater) displays for F220 fire alarm systems. The new mini-mimics feature the 840 x...
Unwanted alarms present an important challenge for fire detection system designers. For example, according to the Western Australian Department of Fire and Emergency Services Annual Report 2015/16, “Less than two...
Some new evacuation systems are required to have two independent sound circuits in each evacuation zone. This improves the likelihood that evacuation messages will be heard during an emergency.
Automatic warning signs add value to a wide range of automatic safety systems. A brightly-lit Fire Alarm sign above a shopping centre entrance explains what’s happening and discourages people from...
Unnecessary fire brigade callouts are expensive. Fire brigades charge at least a thousand dollars per unwanted alarm. Effective nuisance alarm management is a top priority at Pertronic Industries.
The F220 fire indicating panel presents fault information in several easily-interpreted formats including the Fault List (shown above)
We have introduced a new range of door holders and accessories. These economical, solidly-built electromagnets run off a 24 Volt (nominal) DC supply and exert 40 kilogrammes of holding force.
Pertronic mains-operated 24 Vdc (nominal) AS 7240 Power Supplies feature automatic battery backup, with the ability to change the batteries without interrupting power supply to the load.