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Fire Stations opt for C-TEC’s power supplies

23 September 2015

C-TEC’s VdS-certified EN54-4 power supplies are performing a vital task at twenty-two fire stations in Scotland

The Scottish Fire and Rescue Service called on Safe Services to install CSL DualCom fire units powered up by C-TEC’s BF360-24 power supplies to add remote monitoring to fire systems at its stations. As a result, any faults are now reported to a 24-hour alarm-receiving centre to ensure additional protection at the sites located across the Scottish Borders, West and East Lothian.
 
Said Graeme Millar, Director at Safe Services, a Galashiels-based SP203-1 accredited company: "As fire legislation in most European countries now states any power supply performing a mandatory function of a fire alarm system must comply with EN54-4/A2, C-TEC’s power supplies were the obvious choice for this project."


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