In the conventional fire alarm system, a fire detector such as a smoke detector and heat detector is mounted in each room in the building. The fire detector is connected to a fire alarm control panel by wiring to output an alarm signal when detecting a fire. A plurality of fire detectors is connected to the fire alarm control panel by wiring. When a fire is detected by the fire detector, the fire alarm control panel outputs an alarm signal to the local fire alarm station via the wiring. In this way, the alarm condition can be quickly notified to individuals at a location that is remote from the control unit.
The main benefit of a conventional fire alarm system is that it can detect fires and provide an early warning. Most fires start in small places, so by the time the alarm sounds, the fire has already spread to other parts of the building. That’s why it is important to have a fire alarm system that is capable of detecting fires early. Another benefit of a conventional fire alarm system is that it is easy to install and maintain. It requires only basic tools and skills to install and maintain.
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