Wireless Solutions

Entire buildings can be protected without fire rated cable or containment.

Features

Wireless Solutions

EMS Firecell wireless fire alarm panel and devices
  • Comprehensive range of wireless devices, all self-contained and self-powered with dual battery power supplies, typical operating life of up to 5 years.

  • Wireless systems can support up to 126 devices per single loop and configurable up to 8 loops.

  • Using EMS Radio Network Communicator (RNC) technology, up 16 panels can be networked for larger sites.

  • RNC technology provides complete visibility of each device, from any panel, with comprehensive site wide cause and effect programming and functionality.

  • Systems operate using secure bi-directional 868 MHZ signaling and smart cluster technology.

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Benefits

Wireless Solutions

Flexibility

Solutions can be used to protect buildings of any design, configuration or size.

Scalability

Solutions are scalable and configurable from standalone single loop systems to multi-building networks.

Compliance

Addressable wireless fire detection solution that is fully compliant with NSAI IS 3218 (2013) and EN54 Part 25.

Future Proof

Systems can be easily modified and enlarged as a building changes or grows.

Adaptability

Highly adaptable open protocol system that interlinks with other addressable or conventional fire alarm systems.

Our Projects

Featured Case Study

Jervis Place Apartments
Wireless Fire Detection System

Jervis Place Apartments

Residential development consisting of 148 apartments

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FAQs

Wireless Fire Detection FAQs

  • Do I need to have a radio signal survey prior to installation?
  • Are wireless systems compliant with the relevant standards?
  • Can a system be pre-programmed?
  • Is training available on FireCell & SmartCell?
  • Is technical engineering/support available?
  • What type of wireless devices are available?
  • How many devices can be added to each panel?
  • How many Radio Cluster Communicators (RCC) can be added to a FireCell system?
  • How many devices can be added to each FireCell RCC?
  • How often do device batteries need to be replaced?
  • Do fully wireless fire detection systems require any cable?
  • Can I hardwire part of the system and use wired devices?
  • Are power supplies required for the FireCell radio infrastructure?
  • Do FireCell I/O's require power supplies and what voltage can they switch?
  • Are FireCell devices suitable for external use?
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