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Advanced introduces more zones to QuickZone fire panels

  • 26 Sep 2016

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The QuickZone range conventional and twin-wire fire panels are now available with a 16-32 zone option, expanding on the existing 2-4 and 4-12 zone options.

Developed by Advanced, the QuickZone range features three control panels: QuickZone (2-4 zones), which is appropriate for quick, simple installations, and QuickZone XL (4-12 and 16-32 zones), a more complex solution with a rich array of features to support passive or fully-functional repeaters. 

Suitable for larger conventional or twin-wire installations, QuickZone XL also offers zone expansion cards and a range of installation features such as earth bars.

Both products are approved to EN54-2&4 and have been designed with easy installation and maintenance in mind. 

The range also includes false alarm management functions according to one of three different modes, as described in EN54-2.  QuickZone supports mode A, whilst the XL version supports modes A, B and C.

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