Kentec’s Syncro protects leading Cambridge biology research facility
A new life safety system based around Kentec’s Syncro fire alarm control panel technology has been installed at a new biology laboratory facility – part of the Babraham Research Campus Cambridge, considered to be the UK’s leading campus that supports early-stage bioscience enterprise.
The more integrated research environment provided by the new buildings will bring the Institute’s computational biologists into closer proximity with the established programmes developing bioscience therapies and technologies to treat human disease.
The open protocol system, supplied and installed by Leader Systems, was designed around a six-loop Kentec Syncro AS analogue addressable fire control panel incorporating approximately 400 addressable devices and 250 loop driven sounders, to provide a complete building system solution with flexible cause and effect capabilities.
Kentec’s flagship ‘open protocol’ Syncro series, recognized as one of the most powerful systems of its type on the market today, guarantees the very highest standards of performance, safety and reliability that such a leading edge research facility demands.