A closer look at Our indicator Station
1. Large LCD screen provides user-friendly interface
2. Two independent battery sources as per BS 5839-1 Section 27.2
3. Special alarm modes, including two-stage alarm
4. 'Hot keys’ are made for simple operation
5. Front-facing access panel for input/ output connections
A closer look at Our Howler Alert Station
1. Illuminated buttons and LED indicators improve visibility
2. Tough ABS plastic casing
3. Alarmed anti-tamper switch-cover to discourage false alarms
4. Statutory signage on side panel for optimum viewing distance in corridors
5. Internal antenna prevents damage and vandalism
6. LED 'status indicators' make it easy to see if everything is working correctly
7. Ultra-bright visual indicator reinforces the alarm signal in noisy areas
8. Sliding backplate makes it easy to install
The all-new Howler ProLink® wireless fire alarm and warning system is a totally unique battery-operated radio-linked system designed to be rapidly deployed in situations where a hard-wired fire alarm system is not appropriate. Although it is primarily used on construction sites, the system is suitable for many other environments, such as events and exhibitions, and outdoor workplaces e.g. landfill sites and campsites, marinas, and even on ships undergoing refurbishment. It can also be installed within a mobile safety point e.g SafetyHub as a temporary measure when the hard-wired fire alarm system in a building is being replaced or rewired.
Quick to set up, simple to operate and easy to maintain, the Howler ProLink® system has been designed by the people and for the people (with a bit of help from some radio gurus!). The system utilises a flexible network hierarchy to monitor every station continuously at incredibly low power. This means that even though the stations are constantly chatting away to each other, the bespoke dual-battery pack is guaranteed for three years of continuous use, slashing maintenance costs.
Howler ProLink® also boasts a revolutionary dipole antenna which is protected within the durable ABS enclosure. This means that the antenna is shielded from damage and vandalism and is also able to propagate its powerful radio signal in the optimum plane.
Another distinctive, first-to-the-market feature is the slider backplate with tamper switch. Every station becomes a dream to install and relocate when you need to, and if anybody tries to muck around with a station, it sends a warning message to the indicator station immediately.
Features and specification
MOST COMPLIANT Designed to meet the requirements of BS EN 54 and BS 5839-1, including 400-second loss of communication warning and two independent power supplies.
SIMPLEST TO USE Unique slider backplate and user-friendly indicator station make ProLink® the easiest system to set up and manage on site.
MOST SUSTAINABLE 3-year warranty and ultra-tough construction increases the lifetime of the alarms and our reprocessing scheme minimises environmental impact.
- Continuous fault monitoring ensures an instant notification if any detector device is removed
Indicator station – the brains of the system.
Howler station with combined fire alert button and siren with high-intensity flashing LED visual indicators.
Howler station with combined fire alert button and siren.
Howler station with combined fire alert and first-aid assistance buttons and siren with high-intensity flashing LED visual indicators.
Howler station with combined fire alert and first-aid assistance buttons and siren.
Howler station with combined key-settable call point and siren with high-intensity flashing LED.
Howler station with combined key-settable call point and siren.
Heat detector with base sounder and high-intensity flashing LED visual indicators.
Optical smoke detector with base sounder and high-intensity flashing LED visual.
Heat detector with base sounder.
Optical smoke detector with base sounder.
Optical smoke detector.
Relay station for interfacing with ancillary systems.
Repeater station for boosting signals.
Anti-tamper switch-cover triggers a local alarm when lifted to discourage nuisance alarms.