What is Fire alarm system?
Smoke detectors, heat detectors, manual call points, interfacing modules and flow switches for sprinkler systems in buildings divided into zones and connected directly to each TB (Terminal Box) every floor and from TB each floor to the Master Control Panel (MCP).
What is fire alarm control panel?
Fire alarm control panels perform a wide range of life-saving and property-protecting tasks. Some activate fire suppression or fire sprinkler systems, while others don’t ; some transmit a signal used to alert first responders, while others simply sound alarms in or around the building.
What a fire alarm control panel will do?
Fire alarm control panels perform a wide range of life-saving and property-protecting tasks. Some activate devices for fire suppression or fire sprinkler, while others do not; some convey a signal used to warn first responders, while others merely sound alarms in or around the building.
Fire alarm signals must be carried out through manual call points and heat/smoke detectors. The next action is to ring the buzzer on the Annunciator / MCP-FA. Related LED indicators on Fire Mimic Panel must be on and the location of the zone from the location of the equipment that occurred.
The alarm must appear on the LCD of MCP-FA in plain text. On
at the same time, all fire alarm bells in the building must
continuous ringing and all related regulatory functions such as
elevator homing, fan control and others must work as designed
and works automatically.
What is Sub Fire Alarm Control Panel?
Sub Fire Alarm Control Panel (SFA-CP) is in an alarm condition or
The sub fire alarm control panel must be able to work
that under fault and alarm conditions, the SFA-CP will still be able to detect and identify the condition of the alarm. SFA-CP must be equipped with minimal features such as the following below:
- AC main fower
- Alarm condition
- Trouble condition
- Signal silence activated