• EBL512 G3

    Intelligent system for fire protection
    Up to 30,600 devices through 30 control panels

EBL512 G3
Fire Alarm System

Fire Alarm System Key Features

  • Up to 30,600 devices through 30 control panels
  • Each Analog detector in the system adapts to the surrounding environment. 
  • The sensitivity of each Analog detector is constant in spite of the contamination or background particle level. 
  • The self-diagnosis function detects every deviation from the accurate normal condition in the electronic circuits and in the detection chamber. 
  • A family of state of the art Analog detectors gives the system accurate and noise free information about the occurrence of smoke and temperature changes in the installation.

EBL512 G3 is an analog addressable fire alarm system but also conventional detectors can be used. EBL512 G3 fulfils the EN54 standards EN54 part 2 (Control and Indicating Equipment) and EN54 part 4 (Power supply). Each CIE can communicate with up to 1020 detectors, input and output units. Up to 512 of these units can be alarm points. Each CIE has four loops for connection of the analog detectors, manual call points, inputs and outputs units etc. Each unit on the loop uses one address. Each CIE can work standalone or be connected in a TLON (Echelon) network with up to 30 CIEs. The total number of detectors and other loop units in a full system is accordingly more than 30 600. Each CIE has access to all information from all the other CIEs in the same network-system. For more information on this product, please access the brochure through the 'Brochures' tab at the top of this page. 

Fire alarm system overview/example

Panasonic fire alarm systems are designed to accommodate both stand alone and large system requirements using different control and indicating units (C.I.E.) called control panels. Growing up from a stand alone installation with the EBL512 G3 up to 30,600 devices can be connected through 30 control panels with 4 detector loops each.

A large variety of units can be connected to the four loops:

  • Analog addressable detectors – also Intrinsically Safe detectors
  • Conventional detectors
  • Addressable manual call points
  • Addressable short circuit isolators
  • Addressable input and output units – supervised outputs
  • Addressable sounders, sirens and beacons