The Zicom Fire Alarm System detects and notifies early signs of fire even before it starts. It can help you reduce the risk of injury or death to employees and visitors as well as minimise damage to your property and disruption to your operations. Our 24 hour monitoring ensures your business is watched over at all times, even during non-business hours.
Our Advanced Conventional Fire Alarm System is designed as per The Fire Protection Authority (NFPA) and is ideal for small to medium sized offices, residential complexes and buildings. Zicom maintains the international quality of installation and after sales services.
Components of Fire Alarm System
Main Control Panel
The Main Control Panel is the brain of the system. All the detectors are connected to the panel via wired loops. The looping is such that if any detectors fault out - the main panel will give a loop open or short signal. This enables one to know immediately when the Fire Alarm System is not functioning correctly. There are two type of Panel available - 2 Zone Panel and 4 Zone Panel.
Conventional Smoke Detector
The smoke detector, is manufactured according to UL 268 Standards, it senses the presence of smoke and warns you before the fire starts. These are mounted on ceilings and sometimes even above the ceiling for specific requirements. When it detects smoke an alarm gets generated through the hooter.
Conventional Heat Detector
The EN-54 approved conventional heat detector is designed with the state of the art combination of "Rate-of-Rise" and "Fixed-Temperature" operation ensures the best quality of heat detection in all environments.
Manual Call Point
Ideally placed at entrance/exit points, this is a manual alarm. When someone spots a fire or smoke, one can break the glass cover of the Manual Call Point and an alarm is generated.
A response indicator is device that gives remote visual indication of the fire alarm going off, if the detectors are placed in areas that are not visible easily.
The hooter is separately connected the control panel. When a detector goes into an alarm condition, it communicates with the main control panel, which in turn activates the hooter and a siren is generated.