SMOKE FIRE CONTROL SYSTEM
In a high-rise building structure, the escape route is even limited. Therefore, the reliability of the fire system is absolutely a critical factor for building safety. The controller at each node will continuously monitor the figures sent back from the smoke detector and the CO2 detector. Then, the data will be sent back to the central monitoring center. When the detector is triggered, the controller will trigger the sprinkler system and in the meantime, quickly send the alarm message back to the central monitoring center, from where the alarms will be announced to the whole area. The alarm message will also be sent to the local fire department for assistance as it is linked directly with the central monitoring center. Through coordination and collaboration of the decentralization system, it will not only quickly respond to the emergency situation, but also increase the dependability of the system, increasing the safety.
- Smoke detection
- Carbon dioxide (CO2) detection
- Sprinkler system
- Alarm system
ENERGY-SAVING CIRCUIT CONTROL
Energy saving is not only a trend. It is also a way of reducing cost, in particular for a large building having a huge circuitry system. Energy saving is particularly a critical way of saving a huge expenditure in the electricity bill. Through infrared sensing, the controller can switch on lighting during people access. Based on people’s work hours, the controller will cut off power at a preset time to the air-conditioning system and the circuitry system, avoiding energy consumption during non-working hours.
- Self-sensing lamp
- Fan, Cool/Warm air power cutout
- Timed automatic power cutout