Fire Alarm Systems

Logic Global Company


By using an addressable fire alarm system, users will benefit a unique address to be coded with for different sensors and manual call point in their premises (like heat sensors, or smoke sensors). Using the unique address numbers, the control panel will be able to communicate with any device in your building, and will be able to define which device is wishing to communicate with, which facilitate and increases the efficiency of fire extinguishing.

Wiring on loops instead of wiring at radial circuits is considered to be a major advantage for Addressable fire alarm systems. It means efficient connection for different audio visual warning devices such as sounders and beacons on the same circuits as detectors and call points. This feature can benefit our users, as that will reduces installation costs, and the good news here is that most founded addressable systems now are presenting combined detectors, sounders and beacons in one unit.
At LOGIC we offer a wide range of addressable fire alarm system`s products. Call us If you can`t find what you`re looking for.


Conventional panels have been around ever since electronics became small enough to make them viable. Conventional panels are used less frequently in large buildings than in the past, but are not uncommon on smaller projects such as small schools, stores, restaurants, and apartments

A conventional Fire Alarm Control Panel employs one or more circuits, connected to sensors (initiating devices) wired in parallel. These sensors are devised to dramatically decrease the circuit resistance when the environmental influence on any sensor exceeds a predetermined threshold. In a conventional fire alarm system, the information density is limited to the number of such circuits used.

To facilitate location and control of fire within a building, the structure is subdivided into definite areas or zones. Floors of a multistory building are one type of zone boundary.

Conventional’ Fire Alarm Systems, in their various forms, have been around for many years and have changed little in that time in terms of technology although design and reliability have improved significantly. However, Conventional Systems are a well-proven technology protecting many hundreds of thousands of properties worldwide. A Conventional Fire Alarm System is often the natural choice for smaller systems or where budget constraints exist.
In a typical Conventional Fire Alarm System the ‘intelligence’ of the system resides solely within the Fire Alarm Control Panel which receives a trigger signal from a Conventional Detector or Call Point and in turn, signals the condition to other devices such as alarm sounders and remote signalling equipment.

Conventional detectors are normally connected to the Fire Control Panel via dedicated circuits, each circuit protecting a designated ‘Zone’ or ‘Area’ of the building (the maximum size of which will often be governed by local standards). Detectors have two states, Normal healthy and Alarm.
The Fire Control Panel will normally be arranged in a set number of Zones or Circuits e.g. 1, 2, 4, 8 etc. and have 2 separate sounder circuits.

Special alarm systems & devices:

  • Air (sampling) aspirating smoke detection.
  • Linear detectors.
  • Listec (long distances linear detectors).
  • UV-IR & 3IR flame detectors.