E-vision launches Fire Alarm Control Panel

18th July 2014 | By Mouseworld Now Correspondent |

Vijay Shandilya, CEO at E-visionNEW DELHI, India – July 17, 2014: E-vision, one of the leading providers of advanced, new-age surveillance products, today strengthened their product portfolio with the launch of Fire Alarm Control Panel enabled with addressable fire digital technology.

The fire alarm has been designed to offer high standard performance, reliability and quality. This device complies with IS 2189-1999 and tested by the ETRL (North department). Fire Control Panel is based on conventional digital which is suitable for the small office, workplace and high rise building. It is very easy to install, operate and maintain and comes with multi central station communication options. It has high speed network which works up to 20 nodes with 159 detectors and module. Standard 80 characters shown on display, 6.0 switch modes to power supply and come with inbuilt alarm.

Vijay Shandilya, CEO at E-vision said, “Risk of short circuit and power is increasing in recent times. Control fire alarm panel is one of the safest and most vital investments for a business to protect their employees, property and huge buildings from dangers of fire with the warning signs from the device. ”

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