Fire system panels

Siemens Building Technologies Division has introduced its Cerberus PRO and Desigo Fire Safety portfolios.

06/05/2012


Siemens Building Technologies Division has introduced its Cerberus PRO and Desigo Fire Safety portfolios, which are advanced fire system panels and smoke detectors for small- to mid-size applications. Whether customers are seeking a fire system, an integrated fire safety solution, or a turnkey fire system, Desigo Fire Safety and Cerberus PRO portfolios provide facility owners and system specifiers with comprehensive fire protection technology that guarantees immunity from false alarms. Siemens fire protection systems are easy to operate and offer a complete range of panels, detectors, and peripheral devices. All components also have been specifically engineered for interoperability, making system optimization simple and straightforward. Additionally, the flexibility and scalability of system components allow them to be easily adapted to meet conditions such as a growing business or changes in building use. For example, if the function of a room changes, the fire detectors can be reconfigured by changing the application-specific detection profile.

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