Fire Alarm Paging

Alarm paging systems are effective, cost and time saving devices used to alert designated wardens to the specific location of a blaze. A page is sent to the fire marshal to tell them exactly where the fire has been detected in a building, making building-wide evacuations unnecessary.

Upon the sounding of the alarm, the marshal has a small period of time, determined by the local Fire Service, to investigate the legitimacy of the alarm in the specified area before deciding on the appropriate course of action. Not only will this save thousands of pounds in lost work time as a result of needless evacuations from offices, factories and shops, but it will also reduce the number of unnecessary callouts for the fire brigade.

LifeLine Staff Paging System

Lifeline Staff Paging


The Lifeline Staff Paging system is used to inform staff of emergency and operational communications.8 programmable trigger inputs and 4 fascia button...

LifeLine Detailed Page System

Lifeline Detailed Fire Paging


Modern fire systems can be spread over huge areas, covering densely populated buildings and valuable assets such as server rooms, with expensive extin...