Gent launches a new generation of fire-alarm panels for small buildings

Gent’s Nano fire-alarm panel has been developed in close partnership with the company’s network of approved system integrators, who have has significant input into its design and practical usage. These panels are designed for small buildings and can power a loop with up to 127 devices. It has a simple cause and effect which can be configured using a simple PC commissioning tool. The Nano panel operates the latest Vigilon loop devices from Gent — including the S-Quad and S-Cubed ranges, enabling a small system to benefits from Gent’s advanced fire-detection technology.
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