Fire Alert, the latest innovation in the field of evacuation and fire alarm systems for vacant properties, under renovation or even destined for demolition. The Fire Alert device makes it possible to secure, day and night the key risk areas of your premises very effectively thanks to smoke and heat detectors. An easy-to-use and modular system that adapts to all configurations.
Modular and scalable
Fire alert is a flexible solution to which you can connect additional equipment and thus create a full network mesh at all levels of your building. The units are designed to detect, signal the outbreak of fire and any other source of abnormal heat. Fire alert also allows to alert a contact person (security officer, site manager) in case of fire danger or medical emergency.
Autonomous and solid
Unlike other systems, the units are equipped with a battery offering 3 years of autonomy, reducing on-site maintenance interventions. The Fire Alert also adapts to open environments (or outdoors) subject to bad weather (IP55 classification).
Fire Alert has passed the most severe testing of alarm systems. It is one of the only wireless solutions, battery operated and which meets the requirements of European Standards (EN54 certificates).
The + Fire Alert
- No limit of units installed! Cover even very large sites
- Battery life of up to 3 years
- Fire prevention supplements and reinforces a monitoring system in place to provide maximum protection.
- Flexible installation and removal according to your needs
The REACT application
REACT is a cloud-based platform that controls all modules quickly and easily. This application allows you to follow in real time what is happening on your site. It will also centralize all the information in order to warn you of the slightest problem. REACT integrates a site map with numbering of the modules to have a precise visualization of the device to intervene as quickly as possible in the event of triggering. Thanks to the geolocation of the incident, you have the assurance of optimal responsiveness of the intervention teams.