LoopSense Intelligent Control Panel
LoopSense is an Intelligent Analogue Addressable Fire Alarm Control Panel. Available in one or two loops, the LoopSense comes packed with options and features that facilitate flexibility, ease of installation and commissioning.
Graphics and Connectivity
SmartView is a fully featured graphical event management system that has been designed to complement the Ampac range of fire control panels while presenting clear and precise alarm information to the operators
Emergency Warning Systems
The Ampac EV3000 Occupant Warning and Intercom System is designed for the purpose of enabling the orderly evacuation of occupants, from a building or structure, in the event of an emergency.
The Eden Park Stadium, the county’s largest sports ground was upgraded with new grandstands and facilities to accommodate the requirements needed to stage the Rugby World Cup.
Wellington Hospital is located in the suburb of Newtown, New Zealand. It is the main hospital run by Capital & Coast District Health Board (C&CDHB) Ampac FireFinder and EV3000 System was installed and monitored by the Ampac SmartGraphics Graphical Display System.
Aspirating Smoke Detection
Ampac has partnered with Wagner and is proud to deliver the highly sensitive TITANUS Aspirating Smoke Detection system.
Welcome to Ampac – New Zealand
World leaders in innovative solutions in fire detection and alarm systems.
Ampac New Zealand is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Ampac Pty Limited. Operating since 1996, Ampac New Zealand’s head office is in Auckland. We supply systems for a large variety of applications including commercial and industrial buildings, government buildings, prisons, hospitals, hotels, and multi-residential complexes.
Ampac prides itself on high-quality personalised customer service. Comprising of a team of dedicated and experienced employees, Ampac Pacific provides sales and technical support for fire installation and EWIS contractors as well as fire discipline and electrical consulting engineers. We also work with building owners and maintenance companies to make ‘manufacturers recommendations’ towards future planning and budgeting options.