Conventional fire alarm systems

The system consists of one or more zones each having either manually operated call points or automatic detection devices, or a combination of both. … When the alarm is activated, the zone in which the activation has occurred is shown on the control panel
Conventional fire alarm systems consist of manual call points, fire detectors, sounders, beacons, and other devices grouped into zones. Each zone is a single wiring circuit which represents a physical area within a building. … Conventional systems are usually much cheaper than Addressable systems

Components of an Alarm System
⦁ Fire alarm control panel
⦁ Initiation devices
⦁ Pull stations
⦁ Smoke detectors
⦁ Duct detectors
⦁ Heat detectors
⦁ Beam detectors
⦁ Air aspirating or air sampling smoke detectors

Conventional systems are hardware-based and use analog technology. Conventional fire alarm systems are made up of zones. Multiple devices, both initiating and notification devices, make up a zone which connect to the mA conventional fire alarm system is a fire alarm system wired using a radial method (single legs of cable). These radials are wired from the main fire alarm panel and are either fire alarm zones or sounder circuits. Fire alarm zones are the radial circuits that monitor the detectors and manual call points

Conventional systems Pros:
⦁ Cheaper Alarm Panel & Devices
⦁ Simple setup
⦁ No compatibility issues between different brands
⦁ Suitable for smaller sites where locating each device is not necessary

Atrin Radmehr Co. offers a variety of equipment of Fire Alarm Conventional System with the following brands
Apollo, Hochiki, Fireray , Klaxon , KAC,