Taktis control and indication system

Kentec to showcase latest control and indication system at Intersec

  • 2 Dec 2015

Kentec Electronics will be showcasing its range of fire detection and alarm panels at Intersec 2016.

Intersec 2016 will take place between the 17th – 19th January in Dubai. Kentec will be displaying a large selection of its comprehensive EN, UL & FM, Marine Fire Control Panel ranges at the event, including its Syncro and Sigma systems.

Visitors will also be able to attend live demonstrations of Kentec’s new Taktis range of fire alarm control equipment. The range companies the latest hardware and software to produce a sophisticated control and indication system that is simple to understand and operate.

The Taktis platform can be re-configured for many other control and indication applications including direct integration into intelligent buildings.

Kentec offers a comprehensive range of conventional, analogue, addressable and extinguishant control panels. 

Kentec Electronics 
Units 25-27 Fawkes Avenue
Questor
Dartford
United Kingdom
DA1 1JQ

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