Edition 89 August 2014

Kentec on the move!

Back to Essen


Here at Kentec we’re brushing up on our German for the upcoming Security Essen Trade Show. This September Kentec will be coming back for our second year at the popular international show and presenting our latest products including the new Taktis range and Taktis VR management software.

For the chance to speak to us directly about what we’ve been up to in the past two years and learn about our comprehensive range of Fire Detection technologies, come along to MESSE ESSEN 23rd-26th September 2014, Hall 1 Stand 221.

For more information please visit the Security Essen website.

 

FIM is back!


FIM is coming to Belfast this September at the Titanic Centre to showcase some of the industry’s latest fire detection products and Kentec will be there with our Taktis life safety control system.

If you are in the fire detection industry and want to come along to catch up on the latest in the fire protection and prevention market, FIM Expo is open from 9am to 4pm on Wednesday 17th September and is free to attend. You will need to register at this link.

 

 

 

All change in the Product Design & Marketing Departments


We are sad to say goodbye to our Events and Marketing Co-ordinator, Sarah Cutmore, who was with us for three years, however we wish Sarah the best of luck in the future. She is to be replaced by Amy Griffin, who has just graduated from university with an Events Management degree, allowing her to hit the ground running with our upcoming exhibitions. Please update your contacts of this change.

Also joining the Product Design & Marketing team is James Rowe who has just gradutated from university with an Engineering Product Design degree. James is to become our Mechanical Design Engineer, working under Steve Eckles, Head of Product Management.

Good luck to both Amy and James in their new positions.

 

 

 

Syncro Enclosure options



Did you know the Syncro  range has a variety of different enclosure options?

The Syncro Multi Loop version Analogue Addressable Fire Control Panel range offers a powerful and scalable solution to suit many Fire System projects.

With well proven and mature software at its heart, the Syncro range benefits from many years of development and refinement to provide a fire control panel range of outstanding robustness, versatility and flexibility.

Syncro Fire Panels support the protocols and devices from the Apollo (S90/XP95/Discovery), Hochiki ESP and Argus Vega ranges and are capable of providing up to 400mA per loop of quiescent/alarm load over the 2 or 4 loop panel options available.

With these power requirements, enclosure and battery size considerations are paramount at design stage.

Syncro Fire panels are not only available in a standard size enclosure 500w x 355h x 117d (mm) allowing fitment within the enclosure of the generic 12Ah 12volt battery size but are also available in a larger enclosure size 500w x 460h x 190d (mm) with space for either 17Ah 12 volt of 26Ah 12v battery sets. The Syncro Fire Panel EN54-4 approved 5.25 amp power supply unit being more than enough to cope with the requirements of a fully loaded panel and recharging up to 26Ah battery sets within the specified British Standard time.

Or for systems requiring the size of the standard panel with the space for batteries of a larger capacity we have a full range of attractively designed and installer friendly Battery Enclosures in styles that match our panel ranges.

Please see our current ranges on the Kentec Electronics Ltd website or download the product guide from the website for more details and part numbers for our range of products.

 

 
 
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