Fire alarm Radio Paging system.
The LifeLine Fire Alarm Radio Paging system provides equal access to emergency alarms for the deaf and hearing impaired in line with current Disability Discrimination Act (DDA), Regulatory Reform Act (RRA) and the recent Disability Equality Duty (DED).
The LifeLine is designed to comply with recommendations as detailed in BS5839-1:2017, providing an RS232 port for ESPA 4.4.4 support and up to 8 programmable switch inputs for direct connection to the fire alarm control system.
The standard model has a dedicated RS232 port supporting ESPA 4.4.4 (European Pager Protocol). The communication medium allows a full-text display to be passed via the CIE.
The LifeLine system also has 8 volt-free programmable trigger inputs which, upon activation of the alarm, issue a programmable text message to vibrating pager units. The messages will be transmitted every 10 seconds until the main fire panel is reset.
LifeLine systems should not be confused with a standard commercial paging system. Our systems are compliant to BS5839-1:2017 and have been designed to form an integral part of a fire alarm system so that the needs of deaf and hearing-impaired individuals are included in your fire/health and safety strategy.
A Radio Licence is required to operate the Px-100, which can be sourced directly via OFCOM.
Mains powered with maintained battery back up, continued and automatic monitoring, self-testing
248 x 78 x 288 mm