Panel for Nittan Evolution protocol

January 2005
Fire Safety Engineering;Jan2005, Vol. 12 Issue 1, p34
The article focuses on Peripheral Support Services (PSS) that has incorporated the new Nittan Evolution protocol into its FireQuest control panel range. Working closely with Nittan UK, PSS has ensured that the panels can fully support the complete family of Evolution detectors, including the Dual-optical detector, Loop-powered sounders and all ancillaries. The Firequest panels are availabie with one to five loops of detection, each loop having as many as 254 devices, so keeping cabling to a minimum.


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