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EN54-23 Beacons & Sounder Beacons

EN54-23 Beacons & Sounder Beacons

In a fire, everyone matters. Klaxon Signals' range of EN54-23 approved fire beacons and sounder beacons ensure that all personnel are notified of fire emergencies, including people with sensory impairments or working in sensory depriving conditions. With a new range of wide-area illumination and audible signalling devices, buildings are evacuated quicker, evacuation requirements are clear and unambiguous and everyone is made to feel safer.

EN54-3 Sounders

EN54-3 Sounders

When it comes to protecting lives and livelihoods, trust is everything. Independently certified to EN54-3, Klaxon’s Sonos and Nexus ranges of fire notification sounders are trusted and used the world-over, with a proven pedigree of performing when it matters most. 

Voice Signalling

Voice Signalling

Voice signalling units combine fire sounder signals with clear, synchronised voice messages to enhance communication and aid evacuation.  Klaxon Signals range of voice sounders have the added benefit of being able to promptly evacuate untrained personnel or visitors via clear and concise instructions.

Beacons & Sounder Beacons

Beacons & Sounder Beacons

Klaxon Signals offers a range of LED and Xenon-based beacons and sounder beacons. Available with a choice of lens colours and sound output options, Klaxon’s Sonos and Nexus beacons and sounder beacons are suitable for a wide variety of applications.

Intrinsically Safe Signalling

Intrinsically Safe Signalling

Klaxon offers a range of intrinsically safe sounders, beacons and sounder beacons for use in hazardous areas. Intrinsically safe products work on the principle of restricting the amount of electrical energy, in order to prevent ignition from heat or electrical sparks.

Self Contained Fire Alarms

Self Contained Fire Alarms

Many applications, such as small retail, industrial or temporary buildings, can benefit from stand alone, self-contained fire alarms. The Klaxalarm Terrier is an ideal solution, whether used as a temporary alarm when the main fire alarm is under maintenance, or as a stand-alone alarm system in its own right.