Conventional Fire Alarm Systems
Conventional Fire Alarms are a cost effective solution for smaller systems, and applications which don't require complex cause and effect commissioning.
Conventional fire alarm systems are normally installed in smaller buildings such as guest houses and office/factory units. In most alarm systems the building is broken up into separate areas, called zones. When activated, lights on the panel will flash in the active zone and it may be necessary for the responsible person to search the zone for the fire.