Residential Fire Safety

Deploying and maintaining detectors within a building can seem quite complex. Nexelec has developed a range of solutions to make it easier to set up a fleet of detectors, and to meet the challenges faced by landlords. In this article, you’ll find out how to deploy your entire range of detectors and facilitate their maintenance in homes.

A complete turnkey solution

To optimize the deployment and maintenance of your fleet, Nexelec offers a complete turnkey solution. It comprises sensors, a mobile application for field technicians and a web application for remote monitoring of deployment. Everything has been designed to facilitate maintenance of your detectors.

Deployment in 3 stages

Step 1: Prepare for deployment

Identify installation requirements such as location and detector type. All you have to do is enter it either manually on the web application or by importing a simple CSV file. Then transmit this information to the installation technicians in just a few clicks.

 

Step 2: accompany the intervention in the field

On the application, technicians have the list of households to be equipped. All they have to do is associate the detector with the home they want, by scanning the QR code on the back of the detector. Finally, once the detector is in place, all the occupant has to do is validate the installation on the application.

 

Step 3: Retrieve information for a consolidated view

Following field actions, you will be able to recover two elements:

  • A file with the list of units, associated detectors and their estimated end-of-life date;
  • Installation certificates validated by tenants.

With this information, you’ll be able to regain control of your entire sensor fleet.

Facilitating the work of lessors

Nexelec products have been designed to facilitate the deployment and maintenance of your detectors. Their functions range from simple smoke detection to temperature and humidity measurement. Equipped with state-of-the-art components, CFDs are capable of analyzing the environment of any building in any situation. As a result, the occupant of a home benefits from ideal comfort and optimum safety.