• Smoke Detector

    A smoke detector is an electronic fire-protection device that automatically senses the presence of smoke 

    as a key indication of fire and sounds a warning to building occupants.

Smoke Sensor

 Smoke sensor detect fires by sensing small particles in the air using a couple of different kinds of technologies. A smoke detector is an electronic fire-protection device that automatically senses the presence of smoke, as a key indication of fire, and sounds a warning to building occupants.

Smoke Detector Type

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Optical Smoke Detector

Optical smoke detectors using a scattered light principle consist of a transmitter LED and a receiver photo diode. The diodes are arranged at a defined angle to each other and optically separated by a screen.
In the event of a fire, part of the light beam from the transmitter LED is scattered diffusely onto the receiver when fire aerosol particles enter the detector. The scattered light causes an increase in the signal at the receiver. The incoming signal is evaluated.

Multi Criteria Detector

Multi-Criteria Detector works on a combined sensing technology and detects fire based on photoelectric and thermal sensing technologies. FEATURES: Low profile design. Low current draw.

Modern multi-sensor detectors, also known as multi-criteria fire detectors, involve a combination of optical detectors, thermal detectors, ionisation smoke detectors or a gas sensor and are able to detect interference factors. The detectors may also contain an integrated flashing light, audible or voice alarm.

Heat Detector

Heat detectors respond to the energy emission from a fire in the form of heat. There are two common types of heat detectors—fixed temperature and rate of rise. Both rely on the heat of a fire incident to activate the signal device. 
Fixed-temperature detectors signal when the detection element is heated to a predetermined temperature point. Rate of rise detectors signal when the temperature rises to a level exceeding a predetermined degree. 
Heat detectors normally have a higher reliability factor than other types of fire detectors. This tends to lead to fewer false alarms.

Aspirating Smoke Detector

Aspirating smoke detectors (ASD) more advanced, highly-sensitive, technologies that provide earlier warning detection and are used as part of active fire protection. 

VESDA very early smoke detection apparatus systems, a brand name of Honeywell, are laser-based advanced ASDs that give a pre-fire warning. They are beneficial in areas where high smoke sensitivity and easy access is required, such as computer rooms, cold rooms and high-ceilinged buildings like warehouses and churches, because the detectors can be located at accessible levels for maintenance purposes.

Addressable Smoke Detector

Addressable Smoke Detector, find the source of problems faster, while simultaneously protecting occupants and property with our massive selection. Most smoke detector systems are equipped with their own fire alarm control panel making it difficult to locate which area of an establishment triggered the alarm, especially if multiple alarms are used in large buildings or areas. In this situation, addressable smoke detectors, also known as analogue smoke detectors are the best type of detectors to use and perfect for large commercial buildings. 

The control panel of each addressable device is separated so it can be controlled by a central fire alarm panel. The setup of an addressable fire alarm system allows it to quickly identify which smoke detector device was individually activated.

Flame Detector

A flame detector is a type of sensor that can detect and respond to the presence of a flame. These detectors have the ability to identify smokeless liquid and smoke that can create open fire. For example, in boiler furnaces flame detectors are widely used, as a flame detector can detect heat, smoke, and fire. These devices can also detect fire according to the air temperature and air movement. The flame detectors use Ultraviolet (UV) or Infra-Red (IR) technology to identify flames meaning they can alert to flames in less than a second. The flame detector would respond to the detection of a flame according to its installation, it could for example sound an alarm, deactivate the fuel line, or even activate a fire suppression system.

Beam Detection is perfect for applications in environments like Industrial warehouse, Chemical production plants, Chamical Stores, Power Plant, Motor Testbeds, Wood Stores, Transformer Station, Power plant. 

Beam Detector

Beam detector are used to detect fires in buildings where standard point smoke detectors would either be uneconomical or restricted for use by the height of the building. Optical beam smoke detectors are often installed in warehouses as a cost-effective means of protecting large open spaces.

Beam Detection is perfect for applications in environments like atriums, freezers, aircraft hangars, cold storage warehouses, shipping warehouses, enclosed parking facilities, sporting arenas, stadiums, concert halls, barns, and tunnels.

Conventional Smoke Detector

Use this paragraph to describe what you do. This is a great place to let your visitors know who you are. Click here to add your story.Smoke detectors in a conventional system will go off individually once it detects heat or smoke in an area. The circuits in a conventional fire alarm system use a separate wire for each device to connect to the fire system control panel. However, despite the use of separate wiring in the conventional systems, these devices are not recognized individually but as part of a zoned area.

Conventional smoke detector systems cost less but take up more man-hours due to the amount of wiring work involved.

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