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Control Panels Installation and Services

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Notification Solutions and Services

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Smoke and Carbon Monoxide Detection Solutions

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The heart of a reliable and scalable fire and life-safety communications system is the fire alarm control panels. They can handle a variety of applications because they are intelligent, configurable, and extendable. We also provide cost-effective options for maintaining or expanding your capacities, such as existing products, systems integration, training, risk assessments, and continuous maintenance.



  • Adaptability in design, ease of installation, lower life-cycle costs, and operational efficiency.

  • To shorten service time, next-generation technology incorporates internet connectivity, remote service capabilities, and touchscreens.

  • You can use current wire infrastructure and peripheral devices with panels.

  • Self-testing capabilities is a game-changer that ensures appliances work when they're needed.

  • The use of addressable notifications reduces the amount of time that operations are disrupted.

  • Unique capacity to work with systems from practically any manufacturer, with experts available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.



Addressable Control Panel 

All fire and smoke detection units in an addressable fire alarm system are connected and interact with each other as well as a central control monitoring site. The control operators can use this interconnectivity to pinpoint the place or "address" where the initial detection happened.


Our addressable control panels help pinpoint the cause of a fire, alert, issue, or other system incidents while providing a modular design and user friendly that makes them easier to set up, more dependable, and administer and manage.



Conventional Control Panels

Conventional systems rely on analog technology and are hardware-based. Zones are used in conventional fire alarm systems. A zone is made up of multiple devices that link to the main control panel, including both initiating and notification devices. To interact with the control panel, conventional systems use electric current.

The conventional fire alarm control panels are simple to install, adaptable, and cost-effective, and they can be customised to fit the needs of a wide range of customers and buildings.


We use our entire portfolio of addressable notification systems to give benefits at every stage of a building's life cycle. Thanks to the industry's most adaptable wiring architecture, architects and engineers will face fewer bottlenecks during the design phase. Our breakthrough self-testing capabilities allow testing through a fire alarm panel, considerably reducing disruptions to building occupants and business operations. Furthermore, the devices are electronically monitored 24 hours a day, seven days a week, giving facility administrators more control and assurance that the system is ready to go.


Our solutions are highly scalable, so the system may grow with your demands as they change. Our advanced addressable notification solutions may assist in protecting your people, property, and company operations more reliable and cost-effective, whether you want to use messages or speakers.



1) Intelligent communication between initiating equipment, notification appliances, and the control panel.

2) Fewer cables, more appliances per circuit, and fewer mistakes during installation

3) During installation, appliances can be checked for cost-effective, on-the-spot problem remediation.

4) Enhanced survivability: Ground faults at the device level are automatically detected and isolated.

5) Testing of individual devices or a whole system quickly and unobtrusively.

6) Low-cost long-term ownership because of quick diagnosis and management.



The Hooter on a fire alarm system is an audio indicator of fire signals. When the control monitoring panel detects a fire signal from any zone, the Alarm Hooter plays a critical role in creating a hooter-like sound.


Manual call Point

A manual call point is a device that allows personnel to trigger the fire alarm system by pushing a frangible element in the case of a fire. At a height of 1.4m above floor level, a fire alarm call point will be established in a visible and easily accessible location.


This device helps to give an alarm signal in the early stages of a fire so that appropriate action can be done to reduce the loss of life and property.


SMS Alerts

For fire detection systems in complex structures, to address real-time communication in the event of an unpredictable daily routine and first-line suppression operations at the outset of a fire breakout.


Detecting smoke while distinguishing between genuine and fake flames, triggering an alarm, sending distress messages over a mobile network, and cutting off power to the house in the event of a power outage using wireless sensor networks.



Public announcements

In an emergency, getting the word out is critical.

To inform building residents in the case of an emergency, you can choose from a variety of conventional speakers. They can also be used to play music and announcements. Speakers are available in several sizes and mounting options, including wall and ceiling mounts.




Appliance housings are durable, one-piece assemblies that mount to the single gang, double gang, or four-inch square standard electrical boxes, allowing for quick and easy installation. 

Impact and vandal resistance are included into the appliance covers, which can be simply removed.

Smoke and Carbon Monoxide Detection Solutions


Our unique software and electronics can deliver stable smoke and carbon monoxide detectors with the quickest response time and the least amount of inconvenience. The predictive feature of our remote diagnostics is crucial in informing us that the equipment requires proactive service. A polluted detector can set off an unnecessary alarm. Contractors, property managers, and owners profit from the connectivity of our devices since it saves them time. 


Carbon monoxide (CO) sensors are deployed in our smoke detectors as a bonus, eliminating the need for separate purchases and thus lowering wiring requirements. Our products are particularly important in places where people sleep, such as dorms, hotels, nursing homes, and many more



  • Fire, smoke, or heat disasters can be detected quickly, allowing for organized evacuation and fire damage mitigation.

  • Fire suppression systems are linked with solutions that are customised to your facility.

  • The use of an internet-based diagnostic service allows for real-time viewing and automates the identification and notification of abnormal circumstances.

  • Notifies you when your detectors are dirty or nearly unclean, making them more susceptible to issues.

  • To preserve detector sensitivity and reduce the risk of false alarms, sensors analyze environmental data and compensate for contamination.

  • CO elements can work alone or in tandem with a smoke or heat sensor, reducing false alarms.


Photo-electric sensor, Heat sensor, Multi-Sensor Devices

Any sensor's primary job is to keep people and operations safe. The second goal is to eliminate nuisance alarms, which can cause resident disturbance and expensive business downtime and unnecessary risk and confusion.


Drift adjustment - Sensors analyse environmental data and adjust for contamination to preserve detector sensitivity and improve nuisance alarm immunity.


Automatic sensor cleanliness indication — Notifies system operators when a sensor is filthy before its drift correction threshold is reached, preventing false alarms.


Seven UL-approved sensitivity levels — Each sensor can be tuned to the best sensitivity for the environment it safeguards, down to 0.2 percent sensitivity. Sensitivity levels are chosen from one of the industry's largest sensitivity ranges, resulting in significant variances in reaction time.


Peak value tracking – Keeps track of how close each sensor has gotten to its alert threshold over time, allowing you to fine-tune your system for optimal sensitivity while avoiding unwanted alarms.



Carbon monoxide sensor


Carbon monoxide is produced when fossil fuels are burned inefficiently or incompletely. Carbon monoxide can be produced by poorly vented cooking equipment, furnaces, and water heaters, to name a few. Carbon monoxide is a poisonous gas that is invisible, odourless, and tasteless. CO poisoning is the largest cause of poisoning-related injury and death globally, with around 40,000 persons treated in the United States each year. More countries are requiring CO detection in locations where fossil fuel-burning appliances are utilised as the dangers of CO become better understood.


The CO sensor base contains a replaceable CO element that can act independently as a dangerous gas detector or be paired with a photo or heat sensor to prevent unwanted warnings from common sources such as steam from showers, aerosols from personal care products, culinary materials, dust, and exhaust fumes. The CO sensor base does not necessitate the installation of a separate device on the wall or ceiling.


When compared to utilizing two separate units, a smoke or heat sensor can be plugged into the base with the CO sensor element, saving mounting space and installation expenses.




Reduced maintenance expenses - detects when the CO element needs to be replaced automatically. Only the CO element, not the entire base, are being replaced thanks to the pop-out design.


CO element can operate alone or in tandem with a smoke or heat sensor to help decrease unwanted alarms or improve the sensitivity of the photoelectric sensor, for example in high-value places like institutions.

Addressable modules


 Conventional devices, such as flow switches, can now be addressed with addressable modules. Multi-point modules, modules that allow independent reporting from flow and tamper switches on the same circuit, and isolator modules that protect power cable from short circuits and ground faults are among our revolutionary addressable modules.



A two-wire MAPNET II or IDNet circuit provides power and communications to individually addressable modules (IAMs). They monitor normally open dry contacts and the wiring to an end-of-line resistor to offer location-specific addressability to a single starting device (such as single-station smoke detector alarm contacts or heat detector contacts) or numerous devices at the same site.


IAMs enable fire alarm control panels to manage a Form "C" contact that is placed remotely utilising IDNet addressable communications for both data and module power. Switching local power for control purposes such as elevator capture or control of HVAC components, pressurized fans, dampers, and so on are common examples. The state of the relay is also provided, with just one device address

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Services we provide : 

1. Fire hydrant system

2. Fire suppression system - FM-200, CO2, Kitchen Fire Suppression Systems, Fire sprinklers

3. Fire alarm system - smoke detector, heat detector, Manual Call Point (MCP), hooter

4. Fire extinguishers - DCP (ABC) Stored Pressure Type, Carbon Dioxide Type, Stored Pressure Water Type, Stored Pressure M. Foam Type, Stored Pressure Clean Agent Type

5. Accessories: Burglar Alarm, Wall mounting brackets, hose belt, Trolley, etc

Advantages of Fire safety systems

  • Keeping Fires Under Control

  • Saving Lives

  • Protecting the Environment

  • Easy to install and maintain

  • Result in Minimal Collateral Damage

  • Help in fast-acting

  • Require Minimal Clean-up and Leave No Residue

Why Bharat Vikas Networks

Talk to our expert and get the best device and service suitable for your need

Proper consultation and support ensuring your business runs smoothly without any disruption

One year warranty on the devices and the service

Cut down the operational costs and unwanted labor costs using our automation services.

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