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UL Listed Addressable Alarm Systems

Addressable alarm systems, also known sometimes as Intelligent Fire alarm systems are designed to be used in places where the network of detectors and the fire system is complex and complicated.

Addressable systems work on the concept of unique addresses for each device connected in the network. Each call point or detector in the network is connected in loops which can be easily addressed using the control panel of the addressable fire alarm system.

These systems are different from Conventional system as they point out the exact device that is being alarmed and not just the zone unlike the conventional systems.
This can save time and also help in rapid action in situations of fire.

Addressable Fire Alarm Systems

SFFECO is proud to state that we have more than 3 decades of experience in successfully designing and implementing addressable alarm systems in complex projects.

We supply UL Listed Addressable Alarm systems, which are at the top of the industry standards and are hence more reliable to protect your projects.


The systems we use are available in 2 loops and 4 loops, and each loop can have more than 120 devices in any required combination.

The system components include.

  • 2 Loop Fire Alarm Control Panel
  • 4 Loop Fire Alarm Control Panel
  • Serial LCD Annunciator
  • LCD Network Annunciator
  • Photoelectric Smoke Detector
  • Heat Detector
  • Multi-criteria Detector
  • Analog Sounder Base
  • Analog Detector Base
  • Conventional Detectors
  • Duct Detectors
  • Fast Response Contact Module
  • Dual Relay Output Module
  • Supervised Output Module
  • Key Switch Disable Module
  • Dual Input Monitoring Module
  • Conventional Zone Module
  • Short Circuit isolator
  • Manual Pull Station
  • Fire Alarm Bell
  • Evacuation Signals
  • Projected Beam Smoke Detector


  • Determine the exact location of fire.
  • Save time by pointing to the activated device immediately.
  • Handle false alarms more efficiently.
  • Reduce the risk arising by false alarms.


  • Less likely to lose connection and hence more reliable.
  • Overall cost of wiring is comparitively less.
  • Feature of doing health checks on detectors
  • The integrity of the complete system can be monitored from one spot.