Very few fire detection systems provide fire protection as reliably as SecuriFire 3000 does. Indeed, all its components – from the microprocessor to the operating system – are available twice.
SecuriFire 3000’s consistently redundant design achieves what no other system does: if the active system fails, the secondary system takes over full operations – seamlessly. This guarantees maximum availability, and any incipient fire is detected in a flash – even if the fire detection system is damaged due to several breaks in its wiring.
SecuriFire 3000 is not only extremely reliable; it is also enormously versatile and therefore cost-effective. This is all down to its decentralised, modular architecture. It consists essentially of the control units, the SecuriLine eXtended ring circuits, and the signalling, alarming, display and control units. These modules are used in whatever number is needed for the size of the premises and its safety requirements. Several control units – up to 16 of them – are connected via the redundant SecuriFire LAN to create a powerful overall system. Up to 14 SecuriLines eXtended (with a total length of up to 3500 m) can be connected to each of these control units – each with a maximum of 250 devices (fire detectors, manual callpoints, input and output devices, etc.).
When a fire breaks out, every second you gain before you start tackling the fire is worth gold. The display and control panel has been designed so you are able to find your way quickly and respond in the right way, even in situations of stress. SecuriFire 3000 is so simple to operate that you are certain to gain those crucial seconds. It is operated using function keys and, as an innovation, the SecuriWheel, which lets you navigate through the menu on the 5.7″ TFT colour display, intuitively and in a user-friendly way. The design of the front panel of the housing is just as straightforward: all it contains are icons rather than labels. That means you’re able to grasp the current situation at a single glance.
All the system states are indicated in plain text on the TFT colour display. The operator can select from four different languages even while the system is up and running. The device also has an interface for hooking up a log printer and an expansion bus for connecting up to three additional control and display units. It is available as a built-in version (control unit) and as a detached version with its own housing.
- lightning-fast detection of incipient fires
- fully redundant hardware and software design
- modular and decentralised architecture
- up to 16 ring circuits with 3,500 elements per control unit
- data interfaces to the outside and to higher level systems
- simple planning, programming and operation
- highest security standards