From Touch Screen to Hot Plugging
Minimax shows the strengths of the new fire alarm control panel at the VdS-FireSafety Cologne.
Minimax has opened a new chapter in fire alarm technology with the new Clunid FMZ6000 fire alarm control panel. It sets standards in safety, user-friendliness and flexibility. The central signal processing unit and the processors on all modules and area control panels are redundant. This eliminates downtimes. Even when individual modules are replaced, operation is possible without interruption thanks to Hot Plugging. The full-color 7" touch screen makes operation simple, clear and intuitive. The documentation required by law is made easier by a continuously automatically generated system documentation. The powerful network technology of the Clunid FMZ6000 also enables complex control of fire protection operating technology. All modules fit into any slot, regardless of module type, making flexible and optimum use of the space available. Addressing is automatic, so that the control panel is immediately ready for operation. This substantially reduces the time needed for project planning and commissioning. You can test the functions of the Clunid FMZ6000 live at our stand.
Our colleagues Oliver Wissmann and Henning Liese will be presenting the status and future possibilities of IoT integration for fire alarm systems at the "Fire alarm systems" symposium on 5 December at 3.15 pm.
Minimax fire protection solutions are known for their dependability and efficiency. However, the fact that an innovative fire protection concept generates a return on investment is unique. Minimax shows how this can be achieved with Oxeo EcoPrevent FC: Minimax and Fuji N₂telligence combine a fuel cell system with an Oxeo EcoPrevent oxygen reduction system and thus enable economically effective fire protection at the highest level. The fuel cell system generates electricity, air conditioning and heat and, as a by-product, oxygen-reduced air, which is used for the Oxeo EcoPrevent fire prevention system. A nitrogen generator is no longer necessary, the operating costs of storage buildings, for example, can be significantly reduced and at the same time the environment is protected.
On 4 and 5 December 2019 the fire protection industry will meet in Cologne for the 8th VdS-FireSafety Cologne. The trade fair with theme forums and several symposia will provide an insight into current developments and trends in preventive structural, plant engineering and organisational fire protection.
You will find our stand D-19 in Hall 11.1.