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Revision as of 06:01, July 6, 2019

This page is all about Fire Alarm Control Panels.

Introduction

Panels can be both interesting and confusing. This is becuase the name that appears on the panel is not necessarily the company that made it. The majority of fire alarm panels these days are made by Pertronic - even those installed by big companies, such as Wormald. Some companies even re-brand Pertronic & Vigilant products as their own - including eachother!.

Conventional Panels

Small Pertronic

Small Vigilant (FP4000)

Small Unknown Make

Medium Pertronic

Medium Vigilant (FP1400/1600)

Medium Ampac

Medium Grinnell (FC16)

Medium Notifier/Honeywell

Large Pertronic

Large Vigilant

Large Notifier/Honeywell

Jumbo Pertronic

Jumbo Vigilant

Addressable Panels

Pertronic

Sometimes, a Pertronic Panel might be double-sided, and have the controls on the back. This often means that a panel might look like a conventional panel, even if it isn't. A great way to tell is to check the manual call-points inside - if they have a flashing LED, then it's an addressable system.

Notifier/Honeywell

Old & Vintage Panels

Vigilant

Trident

Guardian Alarms

FFE

Integrated Alarm Panel

This is a very basic panel which just has an on/off function. This panel is only deisgned to link multiple integrated alarm-call-points together, on a system with more than one. These are incredibly rare!

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