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Fire Alarm Detection and accessories System
Fire Alarm Detection and accessories System


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A fire detection & alarm system is a security setup that comes with a number of devices working together as a unit to detect and warn people in case of danger.

The warning is mainly through visual and audio appliances when smoke, fire, carbon monoxide or other emergencies are present. 

Some of these alarms come with inbuilt functionality that enables them to be activated automatically from smoke detectors and heat detectors.

There are some that need to be activated via manual fire alarm activation devices such as manual call points or pull stations. Alarms can be either motorized bells or wall mountable sounders or horns.

List of essential Fire alarms Equipment needed in setting up Fire alarms systems 

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Asenware AW-CSS2166-5 Fire Strobe Sounder


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Manual Fire Alarm Break Glass


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Asenware 2 Zone Fire Alarm Control Panel


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Conventional Fire Alarm Panels


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Smoke Detector for Fire Protection


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Red Fire Alarm Bell


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9 Litres CO2 Fire Extinguisher


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Foam Fire Extinguisher


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9kg Dry Powder Fire Extinguisher


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Break Glass for Key


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100M Fire Resistance Cables Red


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1.8m x 1.8m Fire Blanket


Fire Alarm Systems. 

The choice of fire alarm system depends on the building structure, the purpose and use of the building and current legislation. 

In new or altered buildings the enforcement body is the local building control, and the relevant guidance is explained in section new or altered buildings.

We have compiled a brief description of the major components which go together in making up a fire alarm system. 

The points to be considered are intended to highlight the variables which can exist and need to be considered whilst designing and compiling a specification for component parts. 

We stock many types of Fire Alarm Systems in our Nairobi shop. All Fire Alarm Systems and accessories essentially operate on the same principle. 

If a detector detects smoke or heat or someone operates a break glass unit (manual break point), then alarm sounders operate to warn others in the building that there may be a fire and to evacuate. 

It may also incorporate remote signaling equipment which would alert the fire brigade via a central station. Fire Alarm Systems can be broken down into four categories: 

⦁ Conventional
⦁ Analogue Addressable
⦁ Addressable
⦁ Wireless systems

Conventional Fire Alarm System.

In a Conventional Fire Alarm System, a number of call points and detectors are wired to the Fire Alarm Control Panel in Zones.

 A Zone is a circuit and typically one would wire a circuit per floor or fire compartment. The Fire Alarm Control Panel has a number of Zone Lamps. 

The reason for having Zones is to give a rough idea as to where a fire has occurred. This is important for the fire brigade and of course for the building management. 

The accuracy of knowing where a fire has started is controlled by the number of Zones a Control Panel has and the number of circuits that have been wired within the building. 

The Control Panel is wired to a minimum of two sounder circuits which could contain bells, electronic sounders or other audible devices. Each circuit has an end of line device which is used for monitoring purposes. 

Addressable Systems 

The detection principle of an Addressable System is similar to a Conventional System except that the Control Panel can determine exactly which detector or call point has initiated the alarm. 

The detection circuit is wired as a loop and up to 99 devices may be connected to each loop. The detectors are essentially Conventional Detectors, with an address built-in. 

The address in each detector is set by dial switches and the Control Panel is programmed to display the information required when that particular detector is operated.

 Additional Field Devices are available which may be wired to the loop for detection only i.e. it is possible to detect a normally open contact closing such as sprinkler flow switch, or a normally closed contact opening. 

Sounders are wired in a minimum of two sounder circuits exactly as a Conventional System. Loop Isolation Modules are available for fitting on to the detection loop/loops such that the loop is sectioned in order to ensure that a short circuit, or one fault will only cause the loss of a minimal part of the system.

Analogue Addressable Fire Alarm Systems 

Analogue Addressable Fire Alarm Systems are often known as Intelligent Fire Alarm Systems. There are several different types of Analogue Systems available which are determined by the type of protocol which they use. 

The bulk of standard Analogue Detectors available are fairly stupid as the Detectors can only give output signals representing the value of detected phenomena.

It is left up to the Control Unit to decide whether there is a fire, fault, pre-alarm or other. With a true Intelligent Analogue System, each detector effectively incorporates its own computer which evaluates the environment around it, and communicates to the Fire Control Panel whether there is a fire, fault or the detector head needs cleaning. 

Essentially Analogue Systems are far more complex and incorporate far more facilities than Conventional or Addressable Systems. 

Their primary purpose is to help prevent the occurrence of false alarms. With the Analogue Addressable System, up to 127 input devices i.e. Smoke Detectors, Call Points, Heat Detectors, Contact Monitors and other interface devices may be wired to each detection loop. 

In addition to the 127 Input Devices, up to 32 Output Devices such as Loop Sounders, Relay Modules, and Sounder Modules may be connected. 

Analogue Systems are available in 2, 4 and 8 loop versions which means large premises can be monitored from one single panel. Isolator units should be connected between sections of detectors as described for Addressable Systems.

Wireless Fire Alarm System 

Wireless fire alarm systems are an effective alternative to traditional wired fire alarm systems for all applications. 

They utilize secure, license-free radio communications to interconnect the sensors and devices (smoke detectors, call-points, etc.) with the controllers. 

It is a simple concept, which provides many unique benefits and is a full analog addressable fire detection system without the need for a cable. Call us today or visit our Nairobi shop and buy all these fire and alarm devices at a very affordable price.