A Smoke Detector can easily be most common and inexpensive sensor used to trigger a fire alarm. It is easy to install and requires little mainaenance. A small household can make use of battery-powered detectors with built-in alarms, but large commercial buildings can power them from the main power grid and integrate them with Fire Alarm Control Panels into a larger more sophisticated fire alarm system. there are two types of smoke detectors: Photoelectric and Ionization detectors. Our technicians at Security Engineers are specialists who have intimate knowlege of the most current technologies available on the market. We can visit your property and design a comprehensive Fire Protection System that fits both your project and your budget. Call us to schedule a free evaluation 800-540-2140. We can design, install, upgrade and test your fire alarm system. Browse some of the gear we work with below.
120VAC and 120VAC/9VDC photoelectric smoke alarm. Features a warning signal for low or missing battery. Applications include homes and apartments, as well as hospitals, hotels and nursing homes per UL 217, applicable IBC/IFC Standards and NFPA 72, Chapter 2.
The D323A Analog Photoelectric Smoke Detector Head is an addressable device used in the analog polling circuit of the Bosch Security Systems' D8024 and D10024A Fire Alarm Control Panels (FACPs). The D323A detects dense smoke typically given off by plastic, foam, paper, wood, and other materials that tend to smolder. It can detect fast-flaming fires.
The D324A Analog Ionization Smoke Detector Head is an addressable device used in the analog polling circuit of the Bosch Security Systems' D8024 and D10024A Fire Alarm Control Panels (FACPs) with either a D321A or D336A Analog Detector Base. Use it in applications involving extreme humidity, high temperature, and vibration. It reacts best to small particulate-type smoke (flare fires) and can also detect certain invisible products (flue gases).