New Bells, Sounders and Beacons for Marine Applications from Apollo Fire Detectors Ltd

Leading fire protection product manufacturer Apollo Fire Detectors Ltd. has recently launched several new bells, sounders and beacons suitable for marine applications. Designed especially to suit any signalling need in a marine environment, Apollo’s new products range from simple bells to separate or combined alarm sounders and flashing beacons, with a variety of input voltages and audio/visual output levels offered.

New bells, sounders and beacons for marine applications from Apollo Fire Detectors

New bells, sounders and beacons for marine applications from Apollo Fire Detectors

New products for the marine market include the Marine version of the fire market’s favourite Roshni Low Profile (RoLP) Sounder, the Marine Flashni combined Sounder Beacon, the patented low-current Electronic Solenoid Bell, the Marine 6 Inch Motorised Bell 24V DC, Marine Solista Maxi LED beacon, and the IP66 rated Marine Asserta 110dB-120dB sounder and sounder beacon variants.

One of the most trusted fire protection manufacturers, Apollo is renowned for the reliability of its products and leads the field in providing a product lifetime guarantee. For the potentially dangerous and hard-wearing marine market, the added value of this assured level of quality is obvious.

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Open-Area Voice Sounder And Sounder Beacon Strengthen Apollo’s Discovery® Voice Product Range

The Open-Area Voice Sounder and Sounder Beacon are designed to provide clear instructional messages within a fire system, offering six distinct messages and seven volume levels. The devices can be used in applications to ease confusion for the public, instructing them in a concise and intelligible manner on what emergency action should be taken in case of a fire.

New Open Area Voice Sounder and Sounder Beacon added to Apollo's Discovery Range

New Open Area Voice Sounder and Sounder Beacon added to Apollo's Discovery Range

Both products offer high volume and enhanced capability of up to 15 tone/message pairs, which reduces the risk of audible alarms being ignored.

Richard Bramham, Marketing Director for Apollo, explains: “With the pressure of modern lifestyles and the constant changing of fire regulations, voice sounders are becoming increasingly common. This is particularly the case for public buildings, tourist attractions and shopping centres, where visitors are likely to be unaware of the specific fire signals.”

The new products, which only operate with the Discovery protocol, offer a number of practical benefits including:
• 6 messages and 7 volume levels
• Software-defined group addressing with up to 16 group addresses
• Alarm switching by individual device, by group address or of all devices on loop
• Independent control of sounder and beacon
• Isolator status information
• Set-up and testing of devices at point of installation
• Optional noise pollution feature; automatically silences after 20 minutes
• Class change bell tone
• Red or white options

To listen to the voice alarm messages and download the latest technical literature, please visit www.apollo-fire.co.uk.

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