What is Wireless Fire Alarm system?
A wireless fire alarm is an electronic device that is used to monitor a building for fire.
A wired fire alarm system is one that makes use of wires to send signals between the various devices across the system and the control panel, while a wireless fire alarm system makes use of radio frequencies to transmit the signals. 
Wireless fire alarm systems offer a variety of benefits and advantages such as:
• Reliability equal to a wired system 
• Quick to install and can be fitted with minimum disruption 
• Can be easily installed in buildings where there is limited access 
• Layout is easily modified if something in your building changes e.g., you extend 
• Will save you money on labor 
• Can be used as a temporary system in locations where a wired one can’t be installed e.g., building sites 
• Can be used to extend the existing wired system.

Asenware wireless fire alarm system version features:
• Can connect both wired and wireless detectors
• Each zone can connect up to 20 wireless detectors and 20 wired detectors, increasing the capacity of each zone
• Connect wireless detectors, save costq
• Wireless detectors are low power and can be used for up to 5 years
• Each wireless detector contains a sounder, Alarm >75db
• The control panel can remotely reset and mute the wireless detector.

How do wireless fire alarm systems work?
There are no prizes for guessing that a wireless fire alarm system has no wires.  Instead, a radio signal is transmitted from the call points and smoke or heat detectors to the fire alarm control panel (the call point is the box on the wall where you can raise the alarm if you spot a fire).
From the point of view of anyone using a building fitted with a wireless system, it works in exactly the same way as a ‘normal’ hard-wired system – you spot a fire, you break a call point; a call point breaks, and the alarm sounds.
There’s no special training required and you’re protected in exactly the same way.
Where are wireless fire alarm systems used?
Wireless fire alarm systems are a great option for properties of all types. These are especially appropriate for areas with a focus on aesthetics and do not want visible wires on their premises.
Below are some scenarios where it would be ideal to select wireless fire alarm systems:
• Buildings with high ceilings where traditional cabling and wiring would be difficult;
• Historic or listed buildings where there are restrictions when it comes to alterations being made to the building’s structure;
• Properties where the look and experience would be ruined by unsightly cables;
• Temporary locations, such as construction sites, that may require a fire alarm;
• Businesses that plan on expanding in the near future;
• Businesses that would suffer in the event of a power failure;
• Communal buildings and blocks of flats where wired fire alarm systems would be disruptive as well as time-consuming.