As a company who invests heavily in the development of our products we made a decision in 2011 to design a brand new addressable protocol which we have named the Fyreye MKII Protocol.
While the existing protocol has served Zeta Alarm Systems well for many years, it is a dated protocol, which has several limitations. The new Fyreye MKII Protocol has been designed to be flexible, with plenty of room for future expansion. This will allow us to continue developing innovative new products, without being restricted by protocol limitations imposed by the existing protocol.
A weak point of the existing protocol is error checking. We have taken the opportunity to increase the error checking capability eight fold. While this level of error protection could be considered overkill, we believe that the robustness this gives, will allow Fyreye MKII Protocol systems to function error free, even under extreme conditions.
Zeta Alarm Systems is proud to introduce the most advanced 2 wire system on the market. We can now provide a system that gives all of the benefits associated with a \'2 Wire\' installation (less cable, quicker installation, cost savings on labour/product) and has the facility to â€˜I.D.â€™ the devices.
The system is built on the proven communication protocol developed by Zeta Alarm Systems and shares the same platform as our largest, most powerful system.
The Infinity ID2 can be used for new installations, as a retro-fit for any conventional system or as a replacement for existing 2 wire systems when the extra features are deemed to be desirable/necessary. This is possible because the Infinity ID2 devices sit on radial circuits, thus making it easy to â€˜upgradeâ€™ a system with the facility to I.D. devices without the need to rewire.
Wireless technology is now an everyday part of our lives, both at home and in the workplace - having radically changed the way we work and communicate. Parallel advances in battery technology and electronic components that operate at much lower voltages and power levels have helped to make this possible.
Safety critical installations such as fire detection and alarm systems often require large numbers of field devices to be fitted which, for reasons of integrity and lifetime cost of ownership, are still preferred, specified and will remain as hardwired types for the foreseeable future. It is therefore clear that there is a place for both types of technology \'wired\' and \'wireless\' when designing and specifying a fire detection system. Wired devices should be used where cables are easy and cost effective to install, and wireless devices should be used where the installation of cables would be expensive, time consuming, impractical or just impossible.
The EX Pro is the latest modern designed extinguishing panel from Zeta Alarm Systems, fully complying with EN54 parts 2 & 4, and EN 12094 part 1.
Featuring a blue 4 x 20 LCD display with a list of extra features such as memory log of fire, fault and system events, adjustable flood times and countdown of extinguishing sequence.
The panel is assembled in a very modernised enclosure and construction for ease of termination.
Gas exposure can be fatal. During everyday life, we will be exposed to a wide range of gasses, which when at low concentration levels, or when carefully controlled & monitored do not pose any danger. But a build up of combustible gas caused by a leak can cause an explosion. Or a build up of toxic gas, such as carbon monoxide can be fatal.
With this in mind Zeta Alarm Systems have developed the Gas Sense range of gas detectors.This innovative detector can run as a self contained stand alone detector, or it can be linked to a central monitoring panel where up to 48 detectors can be connected. The detectors can be for the same gas, or for mixed gasses.
The Simplicity CO system was designed to be simple to use addressable carbon monoxide detection and ventilation system, capable of detecting low concentrations of CO, and automatically starting the building’s ventilation fans
Very few fire detection systems provide fire protection as reliably as SecuriFire 3000 does. Indeed, all its components – from the microprocessor to the operating system – are available twice.
SecuriFire 3000’s consistently redundant design achieves what no other system does: if the active system fails, the secondary system takes over full operations – seamlessly. This guarantees maximum availability, and any incipient fire is detected in a flash – even if the fire detection system is damaged due to several breaks in its wiring.
The ASD 535 aspirating smoke detector consists of one or two independent sampling pipes, each having one or more sampling apertures and a sampling chamber. The air of the space being monitored is sucked in for precise analysis by the scattered-light smoke detector located in the sampling chamber. If it detects smoke particles beyond a preset threshold, it triggers an immediate alarm, allowing the fire brigade to deal with the fire before it has time to break out.
Interference factors such as dust, heat, smoke or exhaust fumes hamper fire detection in harsh, aggressive environments. SecuriSens LIST line type heat detectors are immune to these effects and impress thanks to their high precision, reliability and durability.
Fires occur more often in dangerous locations – with conventional fire detectors quickly reaching their limitations. The intelligent line type heat detector from Securiton works perfectly, even under the most difficult conditions.
Whether the fully automatic monitoring of large areas, resisting corrosive gases, extreme humidity and high temperatures or differentiating between false alarms and real danger – the list of requirements for a state-of-the-art line type heat detector is both long and detailed.
The beam smoke detector SecuriBeam BSD 535 combines a simple principle with sophisticated technology. The device sends a beam of infrared light to a reflector and simultaneously receives the reflected light beam. If the light beam is attenuated by smoke, the SecuriBeam immediately sounds the alarm.
The distance between the detection device and the reflector can range between 3 m and 100 m, making the SecuriBeam BSD 535 ideally suited for monitoring large premises:
Using an infrared light beam to detect smoke and fire lightning-fast even under the most difficult conditions: that’s the strength of the SecuriBeam ILIA beam smoke detector. Its high-tech qualities will appeal to anyone unwilling to compromise when it comes to safety in large buildings.
The SecuriBeam ILIA consists essentially of three components: a transmitter, a receiver and a remote control unit. The receiver meticulously evaluates the transmitted infrared light beam. Unlike conventional models the fire detector detects not just smoke-related attenuations, but also typical modulation frequencies caused by unusual increases in temperatures and flames – for three times the safety! If when analysing the light beam the detector spots any danger, it immediately triggers an alarm signal.
The SCD 573 (Smoke Criteria Detector) provides early detection of smouldering, glowing and open fires with smoke development. Light transmitters and receivers are arranged at right angles in the sampling chamber to prevent the light beam of the transmitter from striking the receiver directly. First, the smoke-scattered light (Tyndall effect) reaches the receiver and then is converted to an electronic signal. If it reaches the alarm value, an alarm is sent automatically to the control unit. An advance warning stage constantly monitors the detector for contamination and communicates its condition to the control unit. This self-monitoring feature guarantees that the detector functions optimally.
Detector sensitivity adapts to the prevailing ambient temperatures in the area and automatically regulates smoke sensitivity (Cubus Adaptation).