Leading life-safety systems manufacturer C-TEC has launched its own range of conventional Sounders and Visual Alarm Devices (VADs).
Cost-effective, simple to install and fully compatible with C-TEC’s CFP, FP, MFP and EP203 conventional fire panels, the new ceiling, wall and open class audio-visual alarm devices are LPCB-certified to EN54-3 and 23.
As well as this, they offer outstanding sound output, incredible illumination and low current consumption.
Andy Green, C-TEC’s Marketing Manager, commented: “The release of our new ActiV sounders and VADs together with our existing ActiV range of fire detectors means installers can now create complete conventional fire systems utilising C-TEC’s own manufactured products.”
As well as being compatible with C-TEC’s wide range of conventional fire panels and other manufacturers’ conventional fire panels (subject to testing), ActiV Sounders and VADs can also be used on the conventional sounder circuits of a C-TEC XFP or ZFP addressable fire panel.
For more info, contact the company’s sales desk on 01942 322744 or visit www.c-tec.com
Phone +44 (0) 1942 322744
Fax +44 (0) 1942 829867
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