Alarm & Access Control Training Kit
(EL - 004)
  • Part A: Fire control panel experiments
    • Evacuation test with NACs disabled
    • Disabling zones from control panel interface
    • Testing zones with NACs enabled
    • Adjusting detector reset time to prevent false alarm
    • Activating relay out terminal for zone 2 during pre-alarm (alert) condition
    • Adjusting pre-alarm time for zone 1 and zone 2 prior to activating an alarm signal
    • Distinguishing between pre-alarm siren and alarm siren by setting patterns
    • Sending a remote signal to indicate “fault condition” within control panel
    • Sending a remote signal to indicate that control panel has lost its backup power supply
  • Part B: Security control panel experiments
    • Performing walk test
    • Setting zone as “entry/exit zone” and programming entry, as well as exit time
    • Setting zone as “inhibited entry zone”
    • How does control panel react to activities on “inhibited entry zone” while another zone is configured as “entry/exit zone
    • Setting zone as “fire zone” control panel silence time and making relay out terminal of zone 1 non-silenceable.
    • Arming the control panel using external push button
    • Disarming and resetting the control panel using push button
    • Completely disabling a zone
  • Siren one (Electronic)
    • Acceptable operating range: 12~24 VDC
  • Alarm bell
    • Operating range: 24 VDC
  • Relay Module
    • 12 VDC relay module
    • 24 VDC relay module
    • Single Pole Double Throw
  • Fire control panel
    • Power supply: 220 VAC or 24 VDC
  • Security control panel
    • Power supply: 220 VAC or 12 VDC
  • Glass Breaker Detector
    • Power supply: 12 VDC

 

  • Alarm & Access Control Training Kit (EL - 004)
  • Hard copy of the user manual

 

  • Electrical installations training frame (EL - 301)

This kit included multiple modules which can be mixed and matched and mounted to the electrical installations frame. Upon using these modules, trainees will be able to construct and investigate protection systems against fire and intruder as well. Trainee will get acquainted with the needed wiring to form such circuits making it relatable with real-life applications.

                                     
  • The training kit consists of up to 15 modules which can be mixed and matched to carryout various fire and intruder experiments.
  • All of the modules contain power supply terminals and earthing terminals to receive power from the main frame.
  • Using this kit, trainees will acquire knowledge regarding electrical wiring and fire and intruder circuit designing and forming.
  • The kit is supplied with two types of heat detectors, the first type measures fixed temperatures and it’s normally used to determine room temperature while the other heat detector measures the rate of change in room temperature.
  • A manual call point module is included which can be activated on pressing the middle of the device firmly.
  • An optical smoke detector is included which uses optical light to detect the presence of smoke. These devices contain a light emitter, which may be optical, infrared, or ultraviolet light, as well as a light sensor. If smoke crosses the light beam, the intensity of the light that hits the sensor will be reduced, triggering the alarm.
  • Natural gas detector is also included which measures a specific concentration of combustible gas (like methane) and then compare it to a predetermined reference point.
  • Two types of sirens are included, the first siren is electronic and it releases a high audible sound to indicate a sign of danger, while the second one is light strobe with electronic siren which releases a high audible sound to indicate a sign of danger, as well as has a strong LED lamp that illuminates and can be observed from a distance.
  • Alarm bell module that emits high frequency sound that indicates a condition of danger is also included.
  • The kit contains two relay modules. The first relay module has a coil operating voltage of 12V DC and the second relay module has a coil operating voltage of 24V DC.
  • Fire control panel is provided which can monitor up to four zones. The control panel monitors the voltage drop across the zone terminals, if it falls below a threshold value it is an indicator for either of the three conditions: alert, alarm or fault condition.
  • Security control panel is included. This can monitor up to eight zones. In addition, for tampering purposes, the control has a global tamper zone and bell tamper zone. These zones can be used to activate an alarm if a detector is being tampered or bell box is being opened
  • PIR (motion sensor) is provided. PIR sensors consist of a magnifying lens used as infrared collector and a layer of infrared absorber material. When the PIR detector senses an array of infrared rays above the preset value, this means some object is moving.
  • The kit contains glass break detectors. The detector has a microphone built within itself to capture these sound waves.
  • A module containing three types of detectors: Magnetic Door contact, Magnetic Reed switch and Vibration detector. Each detector has two banana terminals associated with it labelled ‘Z’ and ‘GND’.
  • Personal attack buttons module that contains 4 pushbuttons is provided. When not pressed, the output contacts of the push button are normally closed. When button is pushed, the contacts are opened.
  • The modules are well protected in a provided kit to protect against wear and deterioration.