Brooks is a family owned and operated Australian company who commenced operations in 1973. We have a wealth of knowledge and experience in the industry and are committed to providing quality, reliable products to safeguard you and your family.
A wired fire alarm system is one that makes use of wires to send signals between the various devices across the system and the control panel, while a wireless fire alarm system makes use of radio frequencies to transmit the signals.
Wireless fire alarm systems offer a variety of benefits and advantages to the modern business such as;
- As reliable as a wired system
- Quick to install and can be fitted with minimum disruption
- Easily installed in buildings where there is limited access e.g. due to high ceiling
- Layout is easily modified if something in your building changes e.g. renovations or extensions
- Will save you money on labour, making good, and decorating costs
- Can be used as a temporary system in locations where a wired one can’t be installed e.g. building sites
- Can be used to extend existing wired system
Brooks wireless detector system consists of an addressable base station for wireless units (4620AU) and wireless photoelectric smoke detectors (4611AU).
The 4611AU Wireless Photoelectric Smoke Detector with inbuilt Sounder is ideal for those applications where it is difficult to run or hide cables normally associated with standard point type detectors. The 4611AU has a low profile housing utilising the latest IC technology to secure the highest reliability possible.
The 4620AU Addressable Base Station interfaces wireless devices to the nearest COM loop.
The 4361AU Wireless Sniffer in conjunction with a simple PC program can check the environment for background noise as well as confirm the quality of the signal strength between the 4611AU & 4620AU wireless devices.
Each base station can communicate with up to 16 wireless detectors. Up to four base stations can be connected to each COM loop in an EBL system.