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Howler GoLink HO1/GL/XS Site Alarm (Fire Only)

Creating a radio linked fire warning system which is simple to install, use and maintain is not a simple task. But that is what we have done with the Howler GoLink evacuation alarm. We’ve focussed on what our clients have told us they need, and we have crafted it in the true Howler tradition: Reliable, Simple and Tough!

  • EASY-TO-USE CONTROL PANEL – Hot keys for self-explanatory operation. Optional system settings including Two Stage Alarm, Automatic Battery Test, Siren Time-out. Optional mains powered PSU for longer battery life. Relay outputs for interfacing with other systems
  • SPEEDY SET-UP – No requirement for specialist gear or laptop. Stations connect automatically with the Control Panel once they have been addressed.
  • MESH NETWORK CONNECTIVITY – Up to 127 stations can be connected on the system, in a mesh network ensuring that the messages get through.
  • CONTINUOUS FAULT MONITORING – The panel constantly monitors connections between stations, and gives you warning if any station becomes disconnected, or if batteries become low.
  • AUTOMATIC DETECTION – Hardwired and wireless smoke and heat alarms available for early warning.
  • LOW MAINTENANCE FEATURES – Test Mode function for speedy walk test. Off-the-shelf, recyclable alkaline batteries are economical and quick to replace.
  • ANTI-TAMPER FEATURES – Security hex-key entry to prevent unauthorised access. Antenna are contained within the casing to prevent damage and interference.
  • EXTERNAL ANTENNA ON CONTROL PANEL – Optional external antenna available for use where the Control Panel is sited in a cabin remote from the Howlers.
  • MAXIMUM VISIBILITY – Mounted on top of the Howler, the eye catching flashing strobe-style beacon can be seen through 360˚.
  • VISUAL WARNING – Reinforcing the message in a noisy area with a powerful visual signal.
  • RED – Red is the Signs & Signals Regulations colour for fire equipment and will not be confused with other warning beacons.
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