Inaccessibility isn't just about great heights, floor or ceiling voids, lift / elevator shafts or being installed in tricky locations such as behind cable trays or grid ceilings (to name but a few). It can also encompass areas where access is restricted for security reasons. Inaccessible detectors have disproportionately high costs - a combination of time, disruption and access equipment costs. Even engineered solutions such as aspirating systems have presented testing impediments - until now.

• Detectors in secure areas checked without physical access
• Detectors at height or in otherwise hazardous locations safely
   and quickly tested
• Detectors in tricky locations such as voids, behind cable trays,
   or in lift shafts rendered accessible for testing