Conventional fire systems provide a simple solution to detecting fire, heat and smoke. Due to the simplistic approach used with conventional systems, they're often best used within small to medium sized properties.
A conventional fire detection system is generally built-up of the following devices:
- A control panel
- Heat & smoke detectors
- Manual call points
Conventional detection systems can be designed for use with zones, however the detail that can be provided is limited. Whereas addressable detection systems will provide specific details in relation to the exact location of the fire.