About Fire Alarm System
Being a passive system, it does not firefight itself. The alarm alerts the people to evacuate immediately and sends alerts to responsible authorities like the local fire department or an emergency action team. Furthermore, it supports the Fire Brigade in navigating through the smoke and dust when they enter the building with its emergency lighting feature.
Yes. The two types of Fire Alarm Systems are:
1) Addressable Fire Alarm Systems
2) Non- Addressable Fire Alarm Systems
Addressable / Smart Fire Alarm Systems are smart as they provide alerts on the location of fire apart from just detecting fire, so necessary arrangements can be made to suppress the fire.
Non-Addressable Fire Alarm Systems are on another hand pretty simple. Their primary function is to alert the occupants that a fire has taken place.
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