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Two Wire Conventional Fire Alarm Panels

Two Wire Conventional Fire Alarm Panels

A range of two wire conventional fire alarm panels designed to save on installation time and costs.

From £119.99 inc VAT

Four Wire Conventional Fire Alarm Panels

Four Wire Conventional Fire Alarm Panels

Four wire conventional fire alarm panels suitable for 2, 4 and 8 zone installations.

From £119.99 inc VAT

Conventional Smoke and Heat Detectors

Conventional Smoke and Heat Detectors

Conventional smoke, heat and multi-sensor detectors suitable for two and four wire fire alarm panels.

From £11.03 inc VAT

Conventional Manual Call Points

Conventional Manual Call Points

Conventional manual call points allow occupants to activate the fire alarm system from a central location.

From £7.79 inc VAT

Conventional Sounders and Beacons

Conventional Sounders and Beacons

Sounders and beacons provide essential visual and audible warning of an activated conventional fire alarm system.

From £14.63 inc VAT

Additional Conventional Accessories

Additional Conventional Fire Alarm System Accessories

A range of additional accessories designed for use with two wire and four wire conventional fire alarm panels.

From £0.84 inc VAT
Conventional Fire Alarm Systems

Conventional Fire Alarm Systems

Conventional fire alarm systems consist of manual call points, fire detectors, sounders, beacons, and other devices grouped into zones. Each zone is a single wiring circuit which represents a physical area within a building. Communication between devices and the control panel is limited and typically only has three states: standby, fault, and fire. Conventional panels can only narrow down the location of a possible fire or fault as being somewhere within one or more zones. These fire alarm systems usually have very basic options for expansion, such as repeater panels which mimic the display and controls of the main panel and relay connections to link for example with security alarm systems. Being the oldest and simplest technology it is certainly still reliable. Conventional systems are usually much cheaper than Addressable systems.