An addressble fire alarm panel communicates directly with each device. So in the event of a fire, the fire panel will display the exact device (detector or call point) that signaled the alarm, allowing the fire to be located more quickly.
On a conventional system or 2 wire systems, there are often more than 10 detectors on a zone, so by examining the main panel, the user only knows that one of these ten detectors has signaled an alarm, meaning that further investigation is required to locate the fire.
This device addressability is considered to be the main advantage of an addressable fire alarm system, however there are also other benefits including cabling, alarm history, programmability and more.
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