Conventional

Conventional systems are simple switches (on/ or off), they consist from a number of call points and detectors that are wired to the control panel of the fire alarm system in zones (circuits). Each detector is wired to one zone, each zone cover an area like a floor. The Control panel of the fire alarm system has a limited number of zones, and the aim here is to give a general idea about the place where the fire was occurred, and it doesn’t specify the certain point of fire. Another note about the Conventional systems, they actually can respond to all types of fires, and they can’t distinguish between real fires and other non-fire phenomena like tobacco smoke, dust and steam.
Conventional systems are generally the most cost effective option for smaller buildings.
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