The fire indicator panel is a fire and safety signage that indicates where the fire panel are located. The panel is designed for warning and detection in case of fire. This also gives evacuation directions to occupants and visitors within the premises.
A fire alarm system’s controlling part is the panel. Environmental sensors, such as heat or smoke detectors, provide data to the panel, which detect changes in the environment associated with fire. Manual triggers, such as break glass units, may also be attached to the device, allowing occupants to manually activate it.
Fire indicator panel statutory signs are required to be installed on commercial, retail and residential developments in accordance. Because these indicate fire safety rules for both retail and residential developments and in accordance with the Building Code of Australia (BCA).