• Designed to comply with IS 3218 (2013) and EN54 Part 25
  • 5 year parts warranty
  • Secure Bi-directional 868 MHZ signalling using Smart Cluster Technology
  • Fully monitored primary and secondary battery configuration in all devices
  • Radio network option between panels on multi panel systems
  • Fully programmable cause and effect features
  • Remote diagnostic option
  • 5 year device battery life under normal conditions
  • Industry proven Apollo XP95 technology
  • Free site survey provided by VRF
  • Easily reconfigured during construction or refurbishment projects
  • Ideal for listed buildings where the fabric of the property must be preserved
  • Rapid deployment for use in temporary structures - prefabs, marquees etc
  • Suitable for use in buildings of any design or construction
  • Option 1: full wireless solutionn
  • Option 2: hybrid conventional solution - wireless loop and conventional wired zones on a single panel
  • Option 3: hybrid addressable solution - wireless loop and addressable wired loop on a single panel
  • Ideal for fire alarm upgrades in existing buildings - no mess, no wires no fuss
  • Speed of installation
  • Simplified install
  • Text and programming can be carried out off site, prior to install
  • Eliminates the need for costly fire rated cable
  • Reduces the need for tray, steel conduit and containment
  • Minimum disruption to working environment
  • Easily removed and installed in a new location or building
  • Reduced labour and install cost
  • Design flexibility where layout changes during construction projects
  • Backed up by Vision Radio Fire - unrivalled technical support
  • FireCell can be used in buildings of any size, design or construction. Once we have carried out a detailed radio site survey on your behalf, and you follow our advice and guidance regarding installation of equipment, the system will function in a satisfactory and reliable manner.
    A hybrid system is part wired and part wireless, both linked to a shared FireCell fire detection panel. The wired devices can be either addressable on a wired loop, or conventional on a wired zone. The wireless devices communicate with the FireCell panel via the radio network.
    Existing buildings where there is a requirement to upgrade the level of fire detection coverage and you wish to retain the existing wired devices. Using wireless devices for the unprotected areas eliminates any damage to the decor and fabric of the property.
    No. The use of Smart Cluster Technology ensures secure communications are maintained at all times. This unique EMS technology maintains communication paths as well as maximising wireless coverage. Each device has its own unique 5 digit alphanumeric code. This eliminates the possibility of crosstalk between devices and systems.
    Each FireCell device is fitted with 6 Duracell Procell batteries, either AA or C type depending on power requirements. These batteries are configured as an 'A' supply and 'B' supply, either of which can power the FireCell device. These batteries are system checked every 15 minutes, so in effect each FireCell device has two monitored power supplies. This exceeds the requirements of EN54-25.
    Typical operating life under normal conditions is 5 years.
    A fault LED and buzzer will indicate at the FireCell panel, together with the device type and location. The device will continue to function using its secondary supply.
    If you contact us from site, one of our technical support engineers will be able to talk you through the problem over the phone. Where necessary we will arrange to meet you on site, if the problem requires more detailed investigation.
    Most definitely not - personal communication with our client is too important to us. We will answer promptly and, if not able to deal immediately, will answer the query as quickly and efficiently as practicably possible.
    All FireCell devices are supported by the manufacturers 5 year warranty (excludes labour).
    Typically between 5 and 6 euro per device every 5 years - based on using Duracell Procell batteries as recommended by the manufacturer.
    The full name of this Irish Standard explains its precise purpose: I.S. 3218:2013 Fire Detection and Fire Alarm Systems for Buildings - System Design, Installation, Servicing and Maintenance. All new systems must comply with this Standard, and be certified as such. Any additions or alterations to an existing system installed prior to this Standard should be carried out and certified in compliance with the latest Standard.
    The aim of this European Standard is to define the additional requirements and tests that prove radio fire detection systems and components are technically comparable to wired fire detection systems.
    A fire risk assessment is a systematic and critical evaluation of a premises and the activities carried on there for the purpose of determining the likelihood of a fire occurring and causing harm to people in and around the premises.
    A minimum sound level of 65 dB(A) is required in all accessible parts of the building. If the fire routine for the premises requires for the audible alarm to arose sleeping persons, then the minimum sound level shall be 75 dB(A) at each bed head with the door closed. This may require a sounder in each room.