New Cygnus Fire Alarm Base Panel For Fire Protection On Construction Sites

The all new Cygnus base panel was brought to the market at the beginning of April.

The base panel has been developed as a small site system panel. It is an optional element into the Cygnus system, and is used to capture data from a maximum of 32 devices situated around a site. This panel can be used in conjunction with other Cygnus control panels but due to its limited software has a greatly reduced networking capability than the main Cygnus control panel. It has been slightly reduced in size and weight.

The base panel is mains powered but has its own internal rechargeable battery power source, which when fully charged, will last 7 days.

The panel has other features including an evacuate site function which can be used in case of emergency. However, the panel has limited software and functionality compared with the main Cygnus control panel and cannot be upgraded.

See table below with the comparison between CYG1 Control Panel & CYG6 Base Panel;

 


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