A conventional sounder is a basic audio alerting device used in fire alarm systems. It is typically a horn or a bell that emits a loud sound when triggered by the fire alarm control panel. Conventional sounders are wired in zones, and when a fire is detected in a specific zone, all sounders in that zone are activated. While they lack advanced features, conventional sounders provide a cost-effective solution for notifying occupants of a fire emergency in smaller buildings or less complex setups. However, in larger installations, addressable sounders or voice evacuation systems are preferred for more precise alerts and control.
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