Go to the cover of Digital Security

Panasonic has expanded its offer of safety solutions with two new fire protection systems: EBL512 G3 and EBL 128, designed for both large installations and individual applications.

Panasonic smart fire system

Smart fire protection systems Panasonic EBL512 G3 and EBL 128 incorporate self-diagnostic functions and detect any failures that occur in the electrical installation.

The EBL512 G3 system is capable of connecting 30.600 devices through 30 control panels with four detection loops each, while the EBL128 is an autonomous team, smaller, you can connect up to 255 Devices. The two systems are connected via TCP/IP via the Web server module.

These equipments allow additional components to be incorporated into the system, such as fire panels and other monitoring units, that can be connected to each control. Fire alarm systems have also been integrated into the WV virtual array- ASC970 to make fire detectors and cameras part of the safety system by increasing response speed and efficiency.

The devices can be used in any combination between analog smoke and heat detectors, outdoors, intrinsic safety, on directional manual intercoms, short-circuit insulators, Sirens, Beacons…

Self-diagnosis, compensation and interactivity

Panasonic base detector 2324PSCEU's EBL512 G3 and EBL128 are designed to address potential system failures through the combination of intelligent control units and smart detectors, capable of self-diagnosis, compensation for pollution and maintaining the interactivity of the systems.

The self-diagnostic function detects any deviation from the normal operating condition of the electronic elements and the stay, while the interactivity function uses information, either from one or a series of detectors within the system, to provide safer detection of a real fire.

Panasonic Smart Fire System-2Pollution compensation is executed through individually supervised detectors, allowing long-term changes, such as pollution, treated differently from short-term changes, as could be the smoke of a latent fire, which ensures that the sensitivity of each smoke detector remains constant.

In addition, analog detectors used within systems give information, noise-free, to the control panel on the appearance of smoke and/or temperature changes in the installation.

Be Sociable, Share!
  • blank
  • blank

Did you like this article?

Subscribe to our RSS feed And you won't miss anything.

Other articles on
By • 13 May, 2013
• Section: Deep down, Detection