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Conventional fire alarm systems remain a cost-effective solution for smaller premises. A building is separated into zones, each of which will cover a designated area. On activation of the system, this area then needs to be searched to locate the cause of the alarm.
Standard conventional systems require separate circuits for alarm devices and detection. A two-wire system allows the sounders and detectors to be installed onto the same wiring. This can provide considerable cost savings, particularly when the sounders are integral to the detectors.
Because conventional and two wire fire alarm equipment is designed to offer an entry-level system, there are limitations to their use. Our survey will identify they are suitable for your premises.