Fire alarm panel

The SIMPLEX 4007ES is an expandable fire alarm panel that is compatible with both addressable and conventional detection and notification technologies.

07/22/2015


The SIMPLEX 4007ES is an expandable fire alarm panel that is compatible with both addressable and conventional detection and notification technologies. Courtesy: Tyco Fire Protection Products The SIMPLEX 4007ES is an expandable fire alarm panel that is compatible with both addressable and conventional detection and notification technologies. The panel is easy to install and operate for new or existing facilities. Used for retrofits, the model supports conventional detection and notification and, through its wiring and device compatibility, allows building owners to leverage existing wiring infrastructure and peripheral devices. This provides customers a path to upgrade their systems and convert to addressable technology.

Tyco Fire Protection Products


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