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Smoke sensors for medical centre

Joe Bush, Editor

08/02/2012

Tags: Safety in Engineering

Topics: Safety in Engineering

Nittan has recently had its first UK installation of its new EV-PS analogue addressable photoelectric smoke sensor which has been supplied to the new Cranleigh Gardens Medical Centre in Bridgwater, Somerset.

To provide the new medical centre with the latest fire protection, Fullstop Fire and Security selected the Evolution EV-PS sensors from Nittan as they do not require a separate sounder base to be installed which adds to the cost of the installation and takes longer to fit. The Evolution EV-PS optical smoke sensor comes with the sounder fully integrated within the sensor itself.

The EV-PS is compact in size and includes technology such as ASIC design, EEPROM addressable capability, low monitoring current and a chemically etched stainless steel insect screen to reduce ingress of insects and airborne contaminants.

Nittan 

www.nittan.co.uk

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