Smoke monitors technology has evolved considerably recently, and its mission is no longer to issue a sound alarm in case of a fire, but also to work more accurately through highly complex sensors that recognize usual temperatures, and then issue an alarm in case the normal rate changes.

Thus these devices ensure that homes and facilities are protected from damage that may be caused to them, but must have properties that help detect fires before they break out, the most important of which are:

  • Supports a heat sensor: Monitors the temperature, and if the temperature is above normal, it sends an alarm to the associated security application.
  • Battery support: In the event of a power outage, the smoke monitors continue to work, so that the building is protected from fires at any time.
  • Easy to install: So the user can move it anywhere as needed.
  • Water vapor resistance: For monitors to operate in closed areas where fumes abound, such as kitchens, in areas close to water bodies or places where humidity is high.
  • Multiple sensors: Some smoke monitors are heat-sensitive only, others are photosensitive to monitor fire or fumes images, but it is best to support both sensors for maximum protection.

With all specifications available in smoke monitors, it must be directly connected to a main control panel, which in turn is connected to security control applications, sending an early warning through which fire or smoke leakage can be controlled before they are exacerbated, thereby ensuring a maximum level of protection for different homes and institutions.