Nittan (UK) Ltd has introduced a new analogue addressable photoelectric smoke sensor with built-in sounder to their Evolution range.
The new EV-PS has been installed into a new medical centre in Bridgwater, Somerset, which is the first UK installation of the combined sensor/sounder.
The Cranleigh Gardens Medical Centre is a purpose built facility which is fully accessable for disabled patients as the building now allows the practice to offer appointments with a physiotherapist, foot specialist and additional therapists.
A fire detection system featuring the Evolution EV-PS was specified as it comes with a sounder fully integrated within the sensor itself, unlike many other smoke sensors available which require a separate sounder base to be installed adding further costs and time to the installation.
Even with its compact size, the EV-PS still incorporates the latest alarm technology for exceptional reliability and performance, including ASIC design, EEPROM addressable capability, low monitoring current and a chemically etched stainless steel insect screen to reduce ingress of insects and airborne contaminants.
For ease of use, the EV-PS features Nittan's OMNIVIEW 360 degree LED fire alarm indicator, permitting clear and visible indication of the sensor's operation from any angle and a remote indicator output.