C-TEC to showcase new fire alarm system at Firex 2017

  • 16 May 2017

C-TEC is set to exhibit at the fire safety show, Firex International, running from 20-22 June at London’s Excel.

C-TEC’s new own-protocol fire alarm and detection system, CAST will be taking centre stage. CAST panels have been designed to meet demand for powerful yet cost-effective addressable fire systems.

The panels integrate seamlessly with an extensive range of C-TEC manufactured fire detectors, sounders, call points and interfaces.

C-TEC’s high-performance range of EN54-23 certified visual alarm devices and an advanced range of hybrid digital power supplies will also be featured at the show.

Andy Green, C-TEC’s Marketing Manager: “We are looking forward to exhibiting some very exciting products particularly our CAST addressable system, now in operation at multiple BETA sites and very close to full release.”

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