Intelligent Detection Begins with the Right Technology for Your Application

Siemens offers intelligent fire detectors to offer application specific fire detection protection for needs of your various building areas. Whether you’re need the detection provided by thermal detectors, photoelectric detectors or the combined protection available through multi-criteria detectors, Siemens has a detector to meet your needs. Advanced multicriteria detectors also provide the option of integrating carbon monoxide (CO) detection in the detector profile.

VESDA Aspirating Detectors

VESDA Detectors

VESDA aspirating smoke detectors sense fires in their incipient stages. Continuous air sampling supports the effective monitoring of air quality for dangerous gas leaks as well as the early detection of fire. Learn more about VESDA detection and Siemens unique interface between VESDA detectors and the FireFinder® XLS fire alarm control panel.

Flame Detectors

Flame Detectors

Flame detectors are designed to be effective in the harshest environments. This allows them to provide protection in industrial applications where indoor or outdoor coverage may be necessary. There are flame detectors that can sense typical hydrocarbon based fires as well as those that can detect flame patterns associated with other flammable gases and liquids such as hydrogen, ammonia, alcohol, explosives, and others. Learn more here.

Beam Smoke Detectors

Beam Detectors

Optical beam detectors are ideal for large open areas. They are particularly effective for warehouses and other rooms with high ceilings or where fire detection is needed for dirty or dusty environments.  Learn more about the types of beam detectors and their relative advantages.

Carbon Monoxide Detectors

Carbon Monoxide Detectors

Carbon monoxide (CO) detectors trigger and alarm when high levels of the odorless, colorless gas are detected. They are being increasingly required for commercial buildings such as hotels and dormitories that contain sleeping areas. Read more about stand alone and combination CO detection options.

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