Conventional Fire Alarm System


Conventional (also known as non-addressable) fire alarm systems divide buildings into zones, connecting devices like smoke detectors. When an alarm is triggered, the control panel indicates the affected zone but requires manual investigation for precise device location. They are cost-effective and suitable for smaller buildings with simpler layouts. 

Conventional fire alarm systems are a type of fire detection and notification system commonly used in smaller buildings or facilities.

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