Response One Ghana Limited offers addressable plug-in photoelectric and thermal detectors that use a state-of-the art technology with communications to provide open area protection that are used exclusively with Fire-Lite’s Addressable Fire Alarm Control Panels (FACPs).
Since these detectors are addressable, they help emergency personnel quickly locate a fire during its early stages, potentially saving precious rescue time while also reducing property damage. Two LEDs on each sensor light to provide a local, visible sensor indication.
The Endurance Series ES-200X is a 198-point addressable fire alarm control panel that offers built-in dual path communications, programmable buttons and support for combined fire and CO addressable detection.
The Endurance Series ES-50X is a 50-point addressable fire alarm control panel that offers built-in dual path communications, programmable buttons and support for combined fire and CO addressable detection.
MS-9600LS is a 318-point addressable fire alarm control panel with optional Digital Alarm Communicator/Transmitter (DACT-UD2) and expandable to 636 addressable points with an optional second Signaling Line Circuit (SLC-2LS).
SD365CO Addressable Combination Fire/CO Detector
The SD365CO is an addressable combination fire and CO detector that can detect and send separate signals for fire and CO. This multi-criteria detector uses four sensing technologies (photoelectric, infrared, heat, and CO) to accurately detect fire and CO alarm conditions with a high immunity to false alarms. When paired with the B200S-WH sounder base or B200S-WH-LF low frequency sounder base, the SD3650CO can generate unique alarms for fire and CO events (bases sold separately). Now available with a modern white finish and a 10 year CO cell. Compatible with the ES-50X & ES-200X addressable fire.
H365 Series Addressable Heat Detectors
The Fire-Lite SD365 Series addressable plug-in smoke detectors are designed for both performance and aesthetics. A new modern, sleek, contemporary design and enhanced optical sensing chamber are engineered to sense smoke produced by a wide range of combustion sources in accordance with more stringent code standards. Models include the SD365(A) photo detector, SD365T(A) photo thermal detector and SD365R(A) remote test capable detector for use with DNR(A)/DNRW. Available in both white (LiteSpeed protocol only) and ivory (CLIP and LiteSpeed protocols).
To meet local code and application requirements, Fire-Lite offers standard 4" and 6" bases, as well as specialty base designs including relay, isolator, sounder and low frequency sounder options for the new 365 Series of addressable detectors as well as previous generations.
REASONS TO INSTALL FIRE ALARM
Fire alarms save lives:
The number one reason to install a fire alarm is to make the building safe for your employees, customers, and tenants. A combination of smoke and heat detectors, sirens and bells, and strobe lights detect fires and alert building occupants, giving them ample time to evacuate in an orderly fashion.
Fire alarms reduce property loss:
While strobe lights and sirens don’t actively put out fires, they alert the people who can. The fire control process begins when trained personnel attack a small fire with an extinguisher and bystanders, guests, or employees call the fire department. Monitored fire alarm systems automatically notify emergency responders and fire trucks dispatch to your location without delay.
Fire alarms shorten your recovery time:
Less building damage means shorter downtime until you can reopen for business. This cuts your losses from the fire even more, allowing you to return to business as usual before long.
Fire alarms may qualify you for insurance discounts:
Most insurance carriers offer discounted rates on business insurance policy premiums if you have a code-compliant fire alarm system. In fact, some providers require you to install a fire alarm before they will insure your business.
Fire alarms keep you code-compliant:
If you want to avoid fees and embarrassing PR problems, avoid getting caught up in code-compliance issues. One way to do this is to install a fire alarm in your commercial building.