Established in 1981, C-TEC is a leading UK independent manufacturer of quality life safety electronic equipment with a Wide Range of products that includes conventional and addressable fire alarm system, power supplies, automatic extinguisher systems, disabled refuge systems, call systems and hearing loop systems.
C TEC Fire Alarm Panel
Easy-to-follow wiring instructions. C Tec fire alarm panel, are Compatible with All type of Conventional Smoke and Heat Detectors and it has also the ability to interpret a short circuit in any zone(s) as a fire or fault.
Key features C Tec fire alarm panel
- Fully compliant with BS 5839 Part 4
- Lift-off lid for easy first fix and maintenance
- Robust metal lid and metal back box with heavy-duty base connections
- Built-in 24V power supply and battery charger
- Optional head removal monitoring facility
- True three wire operation of sounder and detector circuits (Ov is common) for considerable cost savings on installation
- Separate indicators for open and short circuit fault, sounder fault and battery/power supply fault
- Non-latching ‘class change’ sounder input, latching fire and non-latching fault outputs (available via optional expansion loom)
- Fault buzzer mute facility
- Space available for the rated capacity of VRLA batteries
- Short circuit = fire facility (pre-1980 BS, no resistors in call points), selectable on a zone by zone basis – ideal for retro-installations
- True battery monitoring circuit
- One man walk test and zone isolate facility (not on EFP1)
- Ancillary connections for repeater panels and other system add-ons including fault relay modules, fire relay modules, sounder delay relay modules, sounder extender kits, etc (not on EFP1)
- Multilingual variants available (subject to quantities)
C-TEC’s FP & MFP Range of conventional fire alarm control panels. C Tec fire alarm panel, Expandable from 4 to 28 zones in four zone steps, the MFP’s balance of features and competitive pricing makes it ideal for a variety of applications, ranging from new installations to upgrades and extensions of new systems.