multi-sensors

Any detector, any time – Testifire has it covered!

Faced with the challenge of testing a variety of different makes and model of detector and, with an increase in the number of multi-sensor detectors now requiring testing – more and more engineers are turning to Testifire as their preferred method of testing. Testifire has seen the fastest growth in demand of all our test…

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Testing with Testifire at Dolphin Square
On site with Testifire & Choice Fire & Security

We were recently invited to join Choice Fire & Security on site at Dolphin Square in Pimlico, London to witness their use of Testifire as part of a large project installing Hochiki multi-sensor detectors.

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how do you test multi-sensor detectors?
How do you test multi-sensor detectors?

Multi-sensor detectors have been around for a number of years.  However, with recent research proving they prevent false alarms and, with an, increase in product choice – the number of multi-sensors being installed and requiring testing has risen significantly in the last two years.

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Product focus: Testifire – the all-in-one tester

Since its launch, our Testifire solution has developed a loyal following worldwide.  Now, with updates to standards putting further focus on how multi-sensors should be tested, Testifire has earnt a whole new group of followers.

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Multi-sensor detectors and false alarms

In a recent post, we looked at the rise in popularity of multi-sensor detectors.  A twitter poll* we ran supported the theory of a rise in popularity with 73% of respondents testing at least the same or more multi-sensor detectors than they were 2 years ago.     Now, further research carried out by the Building…

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Multi-Sensor Poll
The rise of the multi-sensor detector

The introduction of multi-sensor detectors is a great example of how fire detection technologies have evolved over the years.  Designed to sense smoke, heat and/or CO, multi-sensor detectors help reduce false alarms by comparing the inputs from the multiple sensors before deciding whether the source of the input is an actual fire or one of…

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