Approved Fire Detection Systems from Fireboy -Xintex

Press Release
Thursday, November 15, 2012
Fire Detection System

Fireboy-Xintex Inc. has recently announced their new line of USCG Type Approved Fire Detection Systems for commercial vessels and recreational yachts. 

 

Marine Elite RSM Analog Addressable Fire Alarm Control Panels are available for hosting up to 256 fire detection devices on all Commercial and Recreational Marine applications.  These control panels can also be expanded and networked to become part of larger systems.  Elite RSM Control Panels are simple and easy to understand for installers, commissioning personnel and vessel owners and feature Apollo protocol smoke and heat detectors. Two full SLC loops and leading edge microprocessor based electronics are also standard.


The control panels are compatible with the eVIEW Analog Addressable Serial Annunciator.  The eVIEW fire alarm annunciator allows the controls and indications of the Elite control panels to extend to other locations.  Up to 15 annunciators can be connected to each control panel, making it ideal for all commercial fire detection requirements.             

 

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