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November 26, 2015


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Tyco Integrated Fire & Security Launches Fire Control Panel in India

Tyco Announces New Fire Control Panel with Plenty of Customisable FeaturesProduct in a nutshell: Tyco has launched in India Zettler Profile, a fire control panel that is scalable, site and zone maps to locate source of fire alarms and an MZX technology-based digital addressable system. The Zettler Profile also has a customisable touch-screen user interface with multi-lingual support.

Sectors/Verticals: Best suited for installations such as luxury hotels, schools, universities, hospitals, commercial multi-story offices, large scale multi-site complexes.


  • Touch-screen UI: The touch-screen user interface allows access to any part of the menu within three easy steps only. It can also be used as a remote user interface and has multi-lingual support.
  • Customisable programming software: Users can manage the programming software by accessing a user-friendly version of the configuration tool.
  • Digital addressable system: The Zettler Profile has a digital addressable system based on MZX technology adding some additional unique benefits that can lend an edge to the users’adopted fire safety strategy.
  • Easy upgradation of existing systems: The new panel is totally backwards compatible with the existing MZX range, all of which can fully interface with the older versions of Minerva range meaning upgrading existing systems is easy.
  • Scalable: The Zettler Profile can be updated to match future expansion in fire detection technology allowing a capacity of up to 2,000 addresses per panel and up to 99 panels per network.
  • Maps on user panel: Users can now customise site and zone maps to feature on user panel that helps in easy location of the fire alarm.
  • Choose from a range of control panels: From one to eight loops, there’s a range of control panels available for the Zettler profile.
  • Customisable home screen: The touchscreen has been designed with a fully customisable home screen, which can be branded in tandem with the corporate identity of users.
  • Diagnostics supported by information: The Zettler Profile has provision to download extensive information using a standard USB which significantly assists in diagnostics and analysis.
  • For Installers: Installers can configure the system with the required cause and effect programming, leaving the building occupier with the software necessary for the day-to-day management of the system.

Manufacturer says: “The launch of ZETTLER PROFILE represents the future of digital fire detection technology; providing power, reliability and the highest levels of fire safety to protect lives and reduce false alarms,” says Geoff Fiala, Director of Product Management for Tyco Fire Protection Products, APAC.

“The new system is an evolution of the MZX Technology, developed to meet a multitude of customer requirements. The system is easy to install, configure and service; all of which help to reduce lifetime costs. Its modern ergonomic design with touchscreen displays is a real leap forward in terms of ease of use and crucially; it gives end users the opportunity to manage protocol themselves and future-proof the installation.”

 About Manufacturer: Tyco Security Products, a business unit of Tyco International, is a unified group of world-leading access control, video and intrusion brands. These brands – American Dynamics, exacq Technologies, Proximex, Bentel, CEM Systems, DSC, Kantech, Software House and Visonic – have more combined years of experience in the security industry than any other group in the world.

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