6500 Fire Alarm Control Panel

The Protec Algo-Tec™ 6500 is a high specification, feature rich, economical, interactive digital addressable fire detection and alarm system ideally suited for small, medium and large sized buildings and sites. The control panel is designed and manufactured by Protec and complies to the latest EN54-2 & EN54-4. The control panel is available for surface or recess mounting with an aesthetically pleasing moulded polycarbonate hinged door finished in storm grey.

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The Protec Algo-Tec™ 6500 is a high specification, feature rich, economical, interactive digital addressable fire detection and alarm system ideally suited for small, medium and large sized buildings and sites. The control panel is designed and manufactured by Protec and complies to the latest EN54-2 & EN54-4. The control panel is available for surface or recess mounting with an aesthetically pleasing moulded polycarbonate hinged door finished in storm grey.

Scalable in every aspect, the 6500 system offers tailor made engineered solutions for all applications, from single panel systems to large multi panel networks. Modular design backed by powerful cause and effect programming enables 6500 systems to be configured exactly to the needs of any commercial or industrial site.

Secure Network – The innovative redundant peer to peer network is a high speed data transfer, fail safe, fault tolerant communication channel allowing up to 64 Algo-Tec™ 6500 Fire alarm panels to operate as though they are a single distributed fire system and complies with BS5839-1. No single network fault can disable the system and in the event of multiple faults, each panel will function independently. The network can be wired using copper or fibre optic connections.

Loops – Each 6500 control panel is equipped with 1, 2 or 4 high capacity Algo-Tec™ 6000PLUS digital addressable data loops, with up to 200 addresses per loop, totalling 800 addressable devices per panel, 51,200 addressable devices network wide and compliant with EN54 pt2 clause 13.7.