LPCB approval for addressable fire panels

Fike, Fire panel

LPCB approval has been awarded to Fike’s Duonet and Quadnet (pictured) ranges of addressable fire control panels — providing independent confirmation that these versatile panels meet, and will continue to meet, the requirements of EN54, the key European standard relating to components used in fire-alarm systems. Fike now offers a complete portfolio of LPCB-approved equipment, which includes manual call points, as well as detectors, sounders, beacons and panels for 2-wire and addressable installations.

Duonet panels support two addressable loops, and Quadnet panels support up to four, with up to 200 devices on each loop. When loop-powered devices are used, each loop can typically support up to 110 detectors with integral sounders or up to 60 detectors with integral sounders and strobe lights.

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