Sounder Near Panel

On any installation a sounder should be located near the may entry point to the building. This should be on a separate circuit (conventional) or on a section of the …

Network Cable

Fire network Cable

Panels that network together use RS485 communications. Part of the requirements of this communications is the cable specification. This should be a proper network cable (known as 2 pair mylar …

Twinline – Pricing

Our Twinline system by Fike has been reduced across the entire range. Base, adjustable multi-sensor/optical/heat and sounder all for as low as R343.69 in a single unit. Best of all, …

G2 – Intersec Dubai

We have recently attended the Intersec show held in Dubai (22nd to 24th Jan 2017). This show is becoming the main focus for Fire Detection suppliers with a much larger …

SMS Quote Tool

The SMS Quote Tool allows you to visit a potential clients site and within seconds of quantifying the clients requirements you can comfortably provide a verbal quotation and by the …

Mains 220

When connecting any fire panel to the mains 220AC it should be connected via double pole isolator or directly to a dedicated breaker in the distribution board. A fire panel …

Conventional Base Sounder

We now stock the Cranford Platform sounder. This device offers the installer to provide a discrete white base sounder as part of their installation. The sounder is fully EN54 third …

Advanced – Great Prices

Due to changes in the GBP:ZAR exchange rates we are now able to bring you excellent pricing on the Advanced Axis En range. The AV protocol when married with the …

Wireless Zone Monitor

Recently added to G2online – we have now added the EMS Wireless Zone Monitor which provides a fully EN54 compliant method of connecting the full range of EMS wireless devices …

Zone

A zone in any fire detection should not exceed 2000 square meters or you should not have to walk more than 65m to detect a fire. Zones are in place …

Always Up to Date

Receive SMS notifications of your order. Simply place a valid cellphone number in the delivery address on your g2online order and you will be updated every step of the way. …

How High

Regardless to manufactures statements the maximum height point detectors can be mounted (SANS10139) are: 10.5m for a smoke detector 7.5m for a heat detector (apart from Class A1 – 9m) …

Keep away from Aircon

Remember to mount your detectors at least 1 metre away from any air vent (drawing or blowing air). Not following this can result in incorrect fire event detection and can …

New Products Added

We have added a few extra products to the g2online website: Stainless Steel Cable Ties – 2 Options CB1816406 and CB181750 Replacement Cam Lock for Aritech FP Panels LOCK9041

Conventional SAQCC Certification

G2 is pleased to announce that our Conventional training has been SAQCC certified. This will now count as Supplier Training 1 for anyone looking for SAQCC Fire Detection qualifications. Please …

Fike – TwinlinePro

The Fike TwinlinePro range offers massive competitive advantage for any installer wanting to install a feature rich system without the expense or complexity of analogue addressable systems. Using a single …

Free Keyswitch

For the last 6 months we have fitted key switches to our ZP1, ZP2. 1X and 2X panels. This makes all these range of panels some of the easiest to …

Corridors – Why not every 10m

If a corridor in a building is less than 2 metres wide then the detector spacing (smoke detectors) can increase from 10.5 metres to 15 metres as the narrowness of …

How loud?

The sound level required for a Fire Detection system is 5dB above the ambient noise level in the area. For example if the the ambient noise of area in the …