1. FIRE DETECTION
- Common Panel: Composed of a box signaling and control fire detection zones. Each zone can control up to 32 detectors without distinctions within the area.
- Analog Panel: Control panel and processing the information generated by each detection equipment connected to this. It is able to distinguish the individual teams and perform maneuver for possible evacuation.
For both types of central detection may include the following elements:
Detecting carbon monoxide concentration is important in spaces whose ventilation is minimal. Carbon monoxide is colorless, odorless and tasteless but can be highly toxic. It is formed when incomplete combustion occurs: that is, fuels that burn with an inadequate amount of oxygen