Wireless fire systems

Wireless fire systems offer a discreet and practical solution for environments where cabling is intrusive, or impossible to install.

They provide the exact location of the fire in the same way as an addressable system does. The systems can also mix and match between some devices being wired, and others not in places where cabling is impossible.


  • Where a wireless fire system should be used - Wireless fire alarms are ideal for heritage or protected buildings (such as castles and museums) that require flexible and convenient systems, however they are increasingly becoming a popular choice of installation for high footfall settings, such as residential areas or hospitality venues, due to their discreet and non-intrusive nature. A wireless system also offers minimal disruption during the installation process to maintain business continuity, and all devices have a dual battery backup, to comply with the latest regulations.

Can my wireless alarm be integrated with other security systems?

Yes. The system is commonly integrated with other systems by the use of interfaces. These can be of a high level via software, or of a low level via relays. Common systems interfaces include access control doors, CCTV cameras, disabled refuge systems and mechanical plant machinery (including lifts and air conditioning)

How much will a wireless system cost?

This depends on your individual requirements. Whilst the equipment required for a wireless system is more expensive than a traditional alarm, cost savings can made on labour instead. The installation of a new system can range anywhere from £3,000 for small areas, to £100,000+ for more extensive requirements.

Do you offer maintenance?

Yes. Our maintenance packages offer the right level of support that you need. If you happen to be locked into a contract with another supplier with which you are not satisfied with, then we’ll make it easy for you to switch to us.

Visit our maintenance page here.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Can my wireless alarm be integrated with other security systems?

Yes. The system is commonly integrated with other systems by the use of interfaces. These can be of a high level via software, or of a low level via relays. Common systems interfaces include access control doors, CCTV cameras, disabled refuge systems and mechanical plant machinery (including lifts and air conditioning)

How much will a wireless system cost?

This depends on your individual requirements. Whilst the equipment required for a wireless system is more expensive than a traditional alarm, cost savings can made on labour instead. The installation of a new system can range anywhere from £3,000 for small areas, to £100,000+ for more extensive requirements.

Do you offer maintenance?

Yes. Our maintenance packages offer the right level of support that you need. If you happen to be locked into a contract with another supplier with which you are not satisfied with, then we’ll make it easy for you to switch to us.

Visit our maintenance page here.

What our
clients have to
say about us

A Plus provides an excellent return on investment, not just through the solution installed, but the general experience they offer from pre-install to post-install and right through to the maintenance of the system. We knew we had made the right decision with A Plus as they offered a comprehensive and detailed proposal and project plan. The skill level of their engineers was a pleasant surprise with their knowledge of IT and networks, as well as electronic security, which made dealing with our internal IT team very smooth. Apart from that, the fact we never had to chase them for anything was a very nice surprise!
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