Fire detection systems
reliability, flexibility, economy
FOGTEC fire alarm systems are highly versatile in terms of their application and can be adapted accordingly. They can include point or linear temperature indicators, smoke detectors/smoke switches, aspirating smoke detectors, gas sensors, video analysis systems and communication components like displays as human–machine interaction systems (HMI).
Our 1000 product series is our line for smaller budgets. System components are characterised by their simple, low-cost design and enable protection of individual areas or even entire vehicles. Our 1000 series has no software requirements, but more complex modules with a data interface can be added later if desired. All components comply with the EN 50155 and EN 50121 rail standards as well as the high quality standards of FOGTEC Rail Systems.
designed for rail only
With its 3000+ series, FOGTEC Rail Systems is breaking new ground when it comes to fire protection. The series has been specially developed for rail transport rather than being derived from building technology, aviation or marine sectors and complies with all the relevant rail industry standards, enabling full system architecture up to SIL 2 level. One of its many strengths is its high degree of flexibility, which enables the safety level of a vehicle platform to be specified as soon as the system architecture has been defined. Over and beyond this, the new fire detectors can be integrated discreetly into ceilings – an added benefit enabling design freedom for vehicle manufacturers.
smoke aspiration technology
The 7000 series uses smoke aspiration technology and enables complex technical solutions for the detection and monitoring of fire incidents. The technology comprises various data interfaces, gas and infrared sensors, and image analysis systems for CCTV systems. Our 7000 series product portfolio can be supplemented with data gateways (e.g. for use on WTB, Profibus), GSM remote-access systems (e.g. for error analysis from control centres or service locations) and various displays that function as human–machine interfaces.