Chris O’Brien Lifehouse at RPA
|Project Name||Chris O’Brien Lifehouse at RPA|
|Location||Camerperdown, New South Wales|
|Products||FireFinder, EV3000 Combo System|
The Chris O’Brien Lifehouse at RPA combines all facets of clinical care; surgery, medical, radiation oncology, research, integrative medicine, and support services for patients, their families, and careers. The purpose-built centre will ensure better outcomes for those touched by, or, experiencing cancer.
The system consists of a networked EV3000 Evacuation System with a High-Level Interface to the networked FireFinder Alarm System which utilises over 2500 XP95 Detectors.
A FireRay 5000 Beam Detector protects the large atrium as well as 3 Gas Risk Panels for the computer data rooms.
The fire system is also monitored by Ampac’s SmartGraphics system for ease of use, both by the building manager and the NSW Fire Brigade.
Site-Specific Challenges and Solutions
18 “Sister Station” Mimic and Warden Intercom Phone control points were manufactured specifically for the project.
The vast size of the building, as well as the sheer number of detectors, is easily managed via the Ampac SmartGraphics system.