Sensors in the Firefighting Industry
In the future, firefighting is no longer passive fire extinction, but relying on ultra-fast response sensors and powerful Internet of Things technology to achieve early prevention and active prevention
Sensors in a Race Against Death
In the era of intelligent management, fast and accurate risk warning has always been the cornerstone of fire prevention, and it is also the focus and difficulty of intelligent fire protection. It is necessary to test the basic perception ability of the fire protection system. For fire control, rapid response is critical, and sensor technology acts as a "sentinel" throughout the system, which is the key to solving this problem. The Winsen sensor can respond to an alarm within 2-3 seconds.
How Winsen Sensors Realize from "Passive Extinguishing" to "Proactive Prevention"
In the intelligent fire control system, various types of sensors such as combustible gas sensor, toxic and harmful gas sensor, flame sensor, pressure sensor and temperature sensor are used for precise control of inflammable and explosive dangerous goods, toxic and harmful gases, spark flash point, open fire, fire water, spray equipment and so on. Real-time collection by sensors, transmission and processing of information in the site is very useful in daily fire hazard investigation, early warning of fire, and fire rescue instructions.
The combustible gas sensor can effectively identify combustible gases such as coal gas and natural gas, detect quickly and accurately, and report data to cloud APP, telephone and message for early warning notification in time, automatic or manual remote linkage to close the gas valve, remotely open the fire fan to avoid suffering greater losses.
Debugging, acceptance and maintenance inspection of automatic fire alarm system through flame detectors. The infrared pyroelectric sensor is used as a sensitive element to receive the infrared information of the flame combustion radiation and convert it into a voltage signal.
Through the data collected by the pressure sensor, the indoor fire hydrant, the pressure at the end of the sprinkler pipe, the liquid level value of the fire water tank and the fire pool can be detected in real time. Early warning, automatically close the fire valve. At the same time, when the fire happened, the sprinkler system can be remotely linked to automatically turn on the fire pump, which increased fire response time from minutes to seconds, increasing the fire rescue time and preventing the spread of fire.
Real-time monitoring of the electrical system through the thermopile sensor, real-time monitoring and judgment of the power supply abnormalities of the entire power supply network of the building, such as wire leakage, excessive wire temperature, and current/voltage overload, and sending alarm signals to equipment that may cause fire, If necessary, cut off the fault line to achieve "active prevention".
Here You Can Find All Winsen Firefighting Industry Solutions
Winsen is a sensor expert in the firefighting industry. The R&D of more than 100 people support you to further develop your products, with customized production and service concepts. Based on a variety of sensor technology platforms, Winsen provides different sensing solutions to detect anomalies in different situations of fire. Thermopile sensors are used to detect power supply anomalies, gas sensors are used to detect combustible gas leakage, and infrared pyroelectric sensors are used to detect flames etc., to minimize the loss of life and property caused by fire.
Home Combustible Gas Alarm
Real-time monitoring of the leakage of alkane combustible gas such as household liquefied gas (LPG), natural gas, coal gas (LPG), the alarm will send out photoelectric warning and the linkage valve will be shut off to prevent the accident of poisoning and combustion explosion.Learn more
Industrial Combustible Gas Alarm
Real-time monitoring of industrial gas leakage, infrared sensors are used for the detection of hydrocarbons, and catalytic sensors are used for the detection of flammable and explosive gases or organic vapors within the lower explosion limit of various industrial fields such as petroleum and chemical industry.Learn more
The point infrared flame detector based on the pyroelectric principle is used to detect the light intensity and flame flickering frequency of flame combustion, and can be applied to long-distance and short-distance multi-band flame detection. It has the advantages of fast response speed, long detection distance and large protection area.Learn more
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