Simplicity and sophistication are aims of analogue addressable fire system

Designed for small and medium-sized installations, Menvier’s DF1600 analogue addressable fire system can address up to 150 devices.
The Menvier DF6100 single-loop analogue addressable fire system is aimed at small to medium-sized installations. Features include sophisticated functionality, simplicity of operation, a wide range of compatible ancillary devices — and competitive price. The control panel has a large touch-screen display to provide information on the status of the system and act as a multi-function keypad for the menu-driven system. Context-sensitive help is provided. The panel also incorporates traditional zone-indication LEDs and system-status LEDs, which are easily understand by non-technical users. Each panel can address up to 150 devices. For additional capacity, panels can be linked using optional network cards. Spur-tolerant addressing greatly simplifies commissioning, as well as eliminating the potential for errors associated with manual addressing. The range of ancillary devices includes callpoints, detectors, sounders, beacons, repeater panels, and input and output interfaces.
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