Fire detection systems are formed by a set of elements, installed in a planned and coordinated way to detect the beginning of a combustion, provide the necessary guidelines and signals for evacuation and actions to combat it.
Intrusion detection systems are a set of equipment that work together to protect an area. Devices such as sensors, alarm centers and sirens act to alert situations of space violations, and act quickly and efficiently if they occur.
Security systems can use various types of communication to transmit alarms to users and to the alarm receiving center.
Gas or monoxide alarm systems are made up of a set of elements, installed in a planned and coordinated way to detect a gas leak or the presence of carbon monoxide in a location and act immediately and provide the necessary signs for evacuation actions.
Power supplies, also known as PSU, are power supply units that allow you to keep connected equipment in operation for several hours, or even days, in the event of a power failure
Intrusion sirens are equipment that act as deterrents against the threat of intrusion, they are designed to emit an audible and visual alarm that indicates the violation of a protected area. Fire sirens are devices that act as fire hazard warning devices and indicate evacuation routes from the area.