Evacuation Sirens Australia


Wireless Battery Evacuation Siren System

Did you know that one of the many applications of the Cygnus Wireless Alarm System is to provide a fully compliant wireless, battery powered evacuation siren system?

The flexibility of the Cygnus product range coupled with the Cygnus software means we can provide evacuation solutions to a wide range of applications such as;

  • Site zones for full or partial (zoned) evac
  • Double tap function to prevent false alarms
  • Zone delays for siren activation
  • Siren automatic time out
  • Options for activation triggers, to prevent unauthorised use

Battery powered evacuation sirens mean you can evacuate your site fast and safely – even during a power outage!

The common products used for evac are;

CYG24 Evacuation/Fire Alarm Call Point with 110 dB(A) siren & strobe

CYG24-85 Evacuation/Fire Alarm Call Point with 85 dB(A) siren

CYG24F  Combined Evacuation/Fire Alarm/First Aid (Nurse Call) Alert Call Point with 110 dB(A) siren & strobe

Fire Alarm/Interface Unit

CYGI4 Interface Unit

For temporary fire alarm applications the CYGI4 Interface device can ensure your site is protected constantly from the risk of fire.

The Interface device is a wireless interface/relay unit that can connect to external systems such as;

  • Site Fire Indicator Panel (FIP)
  • Site door lock release
  • Site access control/turnstiles
  • Other control panels/devices

The Cygnus Interface device ensures that when an alarm is activated on an external system, the alarm is automatically activated on the Cygnus system.

Also, vice versa, when the Cygnus system is activated the Interface device can activate/de-activate your external system such as fire alarm control panels, door release systems, other building control devices.

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Please contact Checkpoint Group Australia to see how we can help you protect your site using Cygnus!

Email: sales@checkpointgroup.com.au

Phone 1800 273 473 or +61262843173

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