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The world’s first EN 54 certified and 100% wireless fire detection and alarm system
with self-forming, self-healing radio MESH network
eliminates the need for costly and time-consuming cabling
EN 54 and BS5839 compliant system
Utilising the renowned and patented Cygnus protocol, SmartNet-Pro offers a reliable, robust and adaptable solution that is up to twenty times faster to install than other systems.
The Made In Britain registered solution rapidly detects and alerts users to signs of smoke or fire, whilst also being resilient to false alarms.
SmartNet-Pro is a fully wireless, scalable, intelligent fire and emergency detection and alarm system. The powerful mesh network and sensitive radio receiver reduce the need for radio surveys, speed-up installation and provide a permanent solution for built environments. With the capability for 511 devices and up to 96 zones to operate on one wireless system, a SmartNet network is built on a combination of battery powered radio devices, operating on a self-forming, self-healing mesh network.
SmartNet-Pro from Cygnus is a highly reliable wireless fire detection and alarm system which meets all relevant product standards.
As an EN54 and BS 5839 compliant system, SmartNet eliminates the need for fire resistant cabling, restrictions on device locations and multiple loops, which need to be protected against failure. There’s also no requirement for cable damage mitigation, no combustible fixings, no possibility of inadequate wiring and no risk of circuit overload. There is no need for wired boosters, translators or any other wired element, which removes the often stressful first fix stage of an installation. To speed up installation still further, the wireless mesh network system also requires no gateway expanders or loop-powered translating devices.
In addition, the lack of substantial lengths of cabling contribute to a lower carbon footprint for your installation, as does a reduced requirement for engineers to be on site.
SmartNet runs on Lithium battery-powered radio devices as part of a robust, self-healing mesh network technology, in which the infrastructure nodes connect directly, dynamically and non-hierarchically to provide highly efficient and robust network performance. It provides at least two communication paths (and often more) between each wireless device which – together with innovative channel-hopping technology which automatically sends a signal along the strongest path – ensures optimum network reliability and robustness. In addition, devices have a long radio range of up to 350m (unobstructed) using an omnidirectional antenna.
By eliminating the need for costly and time-consuming cabling, SmartNet dramatically reduces engineering time and overall project costs. This makes it ideal both for retrofit installations – where disruption to occupants is minimised – and for new build where project timescales are often extremely pressurised.
The benefits of SmartNet don’t stop after installation. The absence of cabling makes it far easier to move and relocate detectors or other devices. It’s also far simpler to extend a wireless fire detection and alarm system. So wireless systems are ideal for buildings likely to be extended or renovated in the near future.
SmartNet enables installers to design 16, 32, 64, and 96 zone panel options, with the possibility to network up to five panels together in a single system with up to 511 devices per system. The SmartNet configuration software includes system design and full cause and effect functionality. The configuration tool runs on any Windows device and communicates to remote devices through a hard-wired or wireless connection.
The touchscreen control panel offers a comprehensive overview of the system, as well as the capability to send reports and alerts about alarms, low battery and faults, which are all identifiable by location.
The SmartNet system comprises a range of EN54 compliant fire detection and alarm devices, suitable for permanent installation across all types of building environment.