Sigma A-CP fire control panels designed for small installations

  • 20 Oct 2014

The panels are based around a single board construction for the easy removal of electronic parts

Sigma A-CP available with two, four or eight initiating circuits

Incorporating a built in communicator, the Sigma A-CP range is available with two, four or eight initiating circuits which can be configured via a front panel operated programming method.

The low standby power requirements and small batteries allow for the panel to be mounted in a discrete enclosure and are available in standard red or optional grey.

The programming method of three front panel buttons allows for an extensive list of configuration options to be set and reviewed as necessary.

Single board construction allows for easy removal of electronic parts

Another benefit to the range is its single board construction, which allows for the easy removal of all electronic parts by taking away just two screws and monitoring cable entry knockouts.

The built in RS485 communications bus acts as the facility to connect four wire annunciators or ancillary relay boards to provide further indication and control options throughout a building.

The optional DACT allows for dual line reporting to central stations and provides a 500 event history buffer, whilst the four amp notification appliances power and built in selectable sync protocols are suitable for a variety of standard applications.

Kentec Electronics is a leading manufacturer of EN, UL and FM approved Marine, Analogue, Conventional and Extinguishant Fire Control Panel products and systems that are suitable for installation in airports, shopping centres, hotels, office building and underground train stations.

Kentec Electronics 
Units 25-27 Fawkes Avenue
United Kingdom

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