Fire Alarm Sounders and Beacons
The Fire Alarm Sounder and Beacon range includes units from some of the top manufacturers worldwide. These units are ideal for use on fire alarm systems, giving both an audible and visual indications that the fire alarm system has been activated. For more information on fire alarm sounders and beacons call us NOW on 01200 428 410.
Fire Alarm Sounder and Beacon Range
Buy fire alarm sounders and beacons manufactured by Fulleon, Cranford Controls, Apollo, Klaxon online from The Safety Centre.
The Safety Centre can boast a full range of conventional / non addressable sounder units. These products are all manufactured by industry leading manufacturers using high quality designs and materials
The fire alarm sounders and beacons in this range are specifically designed for use on conventional fire alarm sounder circuits. Typically these types of fire alarm sounder and beacon circuits are run directly from a fire alarm control panel and have an resistor at the end of the circuit to comply with fire alarm sounder and beacon circuit monitoring regulations.
The Safety Centre also has a wide range of fire alarm beacon units within our range. These units can be used to comply with DDA regulations to warn deaf or hearing impaired persons that the fire alarm system has been operated. These fire alarm beacon units can also be used where the ambient room noise is too high to rely solely on fire alarm sounders. The fire alarm beacons can be used to give a visual indication that the fire alarm system is operative.
The Safety Centre also has a range of industrial fire alarm sounders and beacons manufactured by the UK's leading Industrial Fire Alarm Sounder and Beacon manufacturer Klaxon. These fire alarm sounders and beacons are specifically designed to be used in industrial and hazardous areas.
Key Benifits of Conventional Fire Alarm Sounders and Beacons:
- Can be used on most modern conventional fire alarm systems.
- Can be used to comply with BS5839 regulations.
- Most units in the range have a low current consumption.