wireless and hybrid fire detection solutions
About EMS and their wireless alarm systems
EMS offer a range of wireless / hybrid solutions that can be designed to meet virtually any application. All are fully EN54-25 third party approved products and meet all current standards, carrying the CE Mark which confirms compliance with all applicable EU directives.
The EMS FireCell system has a range of components that can be used in a range of combinations to make your perfect system for your building/application type. Typical components are Control Panels / Wireless Control Panels, Wireless Zone Monitors, Wireless Detectors, Combined Sounder / Detector / Visual Indicators, EN 54 Part 23 Visual Alarm Devices (VADs) and Audio Visual Alarm Devices. There is also a comprehensive range of spares, including batteries available as well as additional equipment such as Pagers.
FASS Recommended Wireless Fire Alarms
At Fire and Safety Solutions we work with leading manufacturers for all of our products we supply and are happy to install or service most market leading brands.
With manufacturers who we feel exceed all of our expectations, we work closely with them in order to provide our customers with not only the best pricing but also access to the expertise and knowledge that manufacturer can offer, ensuring you get a premium product and service.
EMS FireCell wireless products are one such manufacturer who FASS endorse and recommend as a trusted supplier.
- CE Marked products compliant with all applicable EU directives
- EMS wireless solutions are based on 868MHz wireless technology
- Flexible and scalable wireless systems that can be tailored to meet most needs
- Ideal for standalone small single loop systems through to multi building networks
- Can be 100% wireless system or a combination of wired and wireless loops
- All wireless devices, including sounders, have their own power supplies (batteries)
FireCell works by using a Hub and Cluster system which means it can be either a 100% wireless or a mixture of wirless and wired loops depending on the requirements. Using fire resistant cable, the Wireless Hub connects to the loop input/output of the CIE and each Hub can support up to four wireless loops.
Using this set-up, a system can be configured with both wired and wireless loops and a four loop CIE could, for example, have a single wireless loop with three hard wired loops.
A FireCell system can be single loop, two loop or four loop supporting up to 126 devices on each loop and 504 devices per panel (four loops). These can be wired or wireless devices depending on the requirements. Each loop must be dedicated as wired or wireless although Radio Loop Modules (RLMs) and can be added to the wired loop for localised wireless devices.
Larger systems, with up to eight panels, can be wirelessly networked using the EMS Radio Network Communicator (RNC) and support up to 4,032 devices.
The FireCell Radio Loop Module supports any combination of wireless devices up to a total of 31 loop addresses. The RLM itself will take up one additional loop address.
Each FireCell RLM is wired on to and powered directly from the loop. All wireless devices, including sounders, have their own power supplies (batteries) and do not need to be included in the loop loading calculations. Each hard wired loop can support a maximum of five RLMs.