Things To Know About Wireless Fire Alarm

Everything seems to be wireless today. Wireless technology brings great convenience and flexibility to our daily lives, but there are still some disadvantages to consider with certain types of technology. Most security systems today are wireless to some extent, and wireless fire alarm systems are beginning to gain popularity as well.

  1. How Do Wireless Fire Alarms Work?

A clue to how wireless fire alarms work should be evident from the fact that they are sometimes called radio signal fire alarms. Instead of using traditional wiring to connect call points and detectors to a fire alarm control panel, a wireless system uses a radio signal to connect various assets. The system runs on batteries, allowing the various components to communicate, so even in the event of a power outage, your wireless fire alarm will still work. Just remember to check the battery regularly to avoid getting caught. Designed to be just as reliable as traditional wired systems, any wireless fire monitoring system Malaysia, we install at Afantage will meet industry standards to ensure you are keeping them secure in your building.

Who Should Get Wireless Fire Alarm?

There are very few instances where a wireless fire alarm system would not be a good idea, but here are some scenarios where it is the number one option:

  • Buildings with high ceilings where traditional systems are difficult to install
  • Any temporary location that requires a fire alarm, such as on construction sites
  • Historic or listed buildings with restrictions on what changes can be made
  • Retail units will ruin the look and shopping experience if they have dirty cables
  • Any business that would suffer in the event of a power failure due to high occupancy levels and out-of-hours operation such as hotels
  • Any business that wants to expand within a building over time

Communal buildings and blocks of flats where installing a traditional system can be disruptive and time-consuming

Benefits Of A Wireless Fire Alarm System

As far as fire alarm installers are concerned, a wireless system is ideal as they are very easy to install. A wireless system essentially involves mounting the device in appropriate locations around a building or room, setting up the actual system, and syncing it to Wi-Fi. Compare this to a wired system, which requires a fire alarm installer to connect the system to the power supply and ensure that the cables are connected properly.

Another great advantage of a wireless fire alarm system is that it is battery operated. This frees up a wall outlet and you can feel safe knowing that the system will still work in the event of a power outage. And adding a second or later wireless device is easy if you add it to your home or office.

Why Afantage?

At Afantage, we highly believe that the best fire alarm system is the one that works specifically for your needs. And finding the right one starts with connecting with the best fire alarm installer. They will evaluate your location to determine whether the wireless system offers more benefits than disadvantages, so you can make the best decision from a cost, convenience, and reliability standpoint. We have access to some of the top fire alarm system technicians around the country, so contact us today for someone to connect with you. Please visit the company's official website for more details- .