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July 7, 2020

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EN54 certified variants added to the CSL DualCom Pro range

CSL has announced that its DualCom Pro range has been extended to include two new EN54 (Fire) certified products.

CSL-DualComEn54-20EN54 certification is the most important aspect in terms of signalling for fire detection and alarm systems, highlights the company. However, the cost of products has always been an issue, with most fire systems having no monitoring at all despite many fires occurring when the premises are empty.

DigiAir Pro Fire offers a wireless single path solution, whilst GradeShift Pro Fire offers dual path signalling via two separate radio modules. Both solutions come with multiple 4G WorldSIMs, providing highly reliable fire signalling systems. The wireless capabilities of DualCom Pro mean that no installation is limited by the infrastructure of the premises, making it easier than ever to provide professional Fire Monitoring.

CSL’s Sales Director, Rob Evans, commented: “Over the past few years CSL has seen an increased industry demand for EN54 (Fire) certified signalling products that offer flexibility of installation, increased reliability and cost-effectiveness. We are confident that all criteria have now been satisfied with the new DualCom Pro Fire products.”

Find out more about the EN54 certified additions to the DualCom Pro range.

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