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New smaller fire control panel debuts

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Baltimore-based Sea-Fire Marine has introduced the Triton 2 addressable fire detection panel, a scaled-back version of its Triton 8.

Developed for use on medium to large commercial vessels and megayachts, the Triton 2 offers the capacity to drive up to 252 addressable devices over its two integrated loops. By adding up to three repeater panels and the optional expansion module, the unit can provide for 16 loops for 2,016 devices.

Unlike simple zone-based fire detection systems that indicate a general response, the Triton 2 pinpoints both the exact location and type of incident. The system automatically records the event in a log.

The Triton 2 will integrate with external equipment such as voyage data and asset management recorders, and general alarm and public address systems.

For more information, visit www.sea-fire.com.

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