The UL listed Intelligent Fire Alarm System. D-TECTRON fire alarm systems can be configured with just a few devices for small size building applications, or networked with many devices to protect a large campus or a high-rise building. Simply add additional peripheral equipment to suit the application. Our advanced technology delivers supports the installers to do complete installation easily through simple steps. The inherent fault-tolerant characteristics of Analog/Address- able Technology boosts the reliability of D-TECTRON fire alarm systems. When combined with D-TECTRON smoke and heat detectors, these systems deliver a level of reliability and dependability for both small to medium size applications.
The D-TECTRON Notification Appliance series offers the most versatile and easy-to-use line of horns, strobes, and horn strobes in the industry. With white and red plastic housings, wall and ceiling mounting options, and plain and FIRE-printed devices, SpectrAlert Advance can meet virtually any application requirement.
The wall-mount horns, strobes, and horn strobes include a variety of features that increase their application versatility while simplifying installation. All devices feature plug-in designs with minimal intrusion into the back box, making installations fast and foolproof while virtually eliminating costly and time-consuming ground faults.
The temporal tone generated by the horn portion is designed as per ANSI and NFPA72 for standard emergency evacuation signaling requirement. The horn has the feature that can synchronize multiple horns in a complete fire alarm system.
Plug-in design w minimal intrusion into the back box
Field-selectable candela settings on wall units: 20,35,50, 85,105,130
Horn rated at 85+ dBA
Compatible with DT951 sync module
Listed for ceiling or wall mounting
The D-TECTRON Fire Alarm System complies with the following UL Standards and NFPA 72, International Building Code (IBC),
Fire Alarm System requirements: UL 864, 10th Edition, UL268\UL521\UL1638\UL1971\UL464\UL38
FM Approval Ongoing