ESP’s MAGDUO FlexiPoint – Seven Fire Detectors In One

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  Posted by: electime      28th November 2019

The launch of ESP’s MAGDUO Two-Wire Fire Alarm System earlier this year, added a totally new collection of products to the company’s growing MAGfire Fire Protection range.  MAGDUO sits alongside the existing MAG Conventional Fire Alarm products and the MAGPRO Addressable range – fulfilling the increasing demand from customers for this latest technology.

An essential component product for the MAGDUO Two Wire Fire System is the FlexiPoint detector device which brings a high degree of flexibility, versatility and convenience due to the inbuilt programmable options it offers. 

The MAGDUO FlexiPoint is a plug-in style smoke detector that utilises a photo-electric sensing chamber to make a measurement corresponding to smoke density. The device also incorporates a thermistor sensing circuit to allow for accurate heat measurement. These elements allow the device to be configured to a smoke, heat or combined setting.

As well as offering 7 different modes of fire detection including combined heat and smoke, the FlexiPoint detector is also available with an inbuilt sounder or inbuilt sounder strobe, which will assist with a compact install solution (as the detector and sounder is all-in-one as opposed to separate units).   

Due to the different options, FlexiPoint offers convenience to installers, as they will not be required to carry a complete range of devices

The detector offers 7 different programmable detection modes, as well as 3 programmable sound patterns, with 3 volume adjustment levels.

FlexiPoint incorporates a tamper resistant locking mechanism that prevents its removal from the base without the use of a special tool. To remove the device, the tool should be attached over the detector and turned anti-clockwise allowing the detector to be removed from the base.

The installer/user can fit one FlexiPoint instead of separate detector, sounder and strobe, which is labour intensive and can be aesthetically undesirable. For further information visit, contact ESP on 01527 515150, or email