C-Tec Fire Alarm Panel Range
The Safety Centre are pleased to introduce the C-Tec range of fire alarm system control panels. These panels are ideal for use on fire alarm systems within the UK. The C-Tec Fire Alarm Panel range includes conventional, analogue addressable and two wire panels. For more information on C-Tec Fire Alarm Panels call us NOW on 01200 428 410.
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C-Tec Fire Alarm Panels
C-Tec have been manufacturing fire alarm control panels since the early 1980's. The latest versions of the C-Tec Fire Alarm Panels include both Analogue Addressable and Conventional type panels. These control panels are EN54 compliant and LPCB approved which means they have approvals neccessary for fire alarm system installations within the United Kingdom.
C-Tec Conventional Fire Alarm Panels
The C-Tec Conventional Fire Alarm Panel range includes their CFP and MFP panels. The CFP panels are available in several zone sizes from 2, 4 and 8 zones. The C-Tec CFP Panel range has keypad and Keyswitch entry facility and are EN54 Parts 2 & 4 Compliant.
The C-Tec MFP Panel range is BS5839 Part 4 compliant and is available upto 32 Zones. The C-Tec MFP Panel is particularly suited to retro fit installations.
C-Tec Analogue Addressable Fire Alarm Panels
C-Tec latest analogue addressable fire alarm panel range is the XFP and ZFP panels. These panels are available in single loop and two loop version and they are EN54 Parts 2 & 4 compliant. The XFP system is also networkable where upto 8 C-Tec XFP panels can be networked together.
C-Tec Alarmsense Two Wire System Fire Alarm Panels
The C-Tec Alarmsense range is designed to be used in conjunction with the Apollo Alarmsense range of two wireless fire alarm system devices. This system is ideal for installation purposes as detectors, call points, sounders and beacons can all be installed on the same radial zone circuit. This reduces the need to install seperate detection zone and sounder circuits, thus reducing installation cots and time.