Fire Alarm Systems
Systems that instantly detect a possible fire scenario and warn people against this situation with various warnings are collectively known as fire alarm systems. The use of fire alarm systems in a building is perhaps the most important weak current system. Generally speaking, fire alarm systems include the following elements:
- Detectors (optical smoke detector, heat detector, combination detector, gas detector, beam detector, optical smoke detector, etc.)
- In case of fire, people can activate the manual warning system in fire alarm systems by using the fire buttons.
- Sirens and flashers that warn people with sound and light in emergency situations
- Input/Output modules used to communicate with and switch a different system on and off in case of fire
- Management and control panels for this system.
Fire alarm systems should be built according to certain criteria as they work safely and directly affect human life. The certificates show that it is produced in accordance with the standards required for a fire alarm system. Test results from certified laboratories and independent organizations are used in issuing these certificates. Our company, Dijinet, complies with the quality requirements determined by the European Union under the title of EN54 for fire alarm systems.
Advantages of Fire Alarm Systems
There are two basic types of fire alarm systems produced in terms of functionality and operating methods. One of them is addressable fire alarm systems and the other is conventional fire alarm systems.
Addressable fire alarm systems are used to detect the exact location of the fire on a point-by-point basis, especially for medium and large-sized businesses or buildings. In such large facilities, it is very important to quickly detect which detector or detectors caused the fire and to take the necessary precautions.
Dijinet Fire Alarm Systems Features
The most basic feature of addressable fire alarm systems is that each part of the system has a unique address and is in constant communication with the main control panel. This allows the instantaneous status of each detector in the system to be determined. Addressable fire alarm systems are much more functionally adaptable than traditional solutions and allow system design with various scenarios. Conventional fire alarm systems offered by our company, Dijinet, are preferred especially in smaller places, although they are more expensive than addressable systems and require more effort to install and operate. The system gives alerts based on zones rather than detectors.