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Kentix: MultiSensor-TI with 4-factor early fire detection – GSA25 Finalist

The MultiSensor-TI is the latest MultiSensor technology and, in addition to various gas sensors, integrates a 1024px thermal image sensor for monitoring critical system statuses and early fire detection.


With its 4-factor early fire detection system, Kentix presents a solution that differs significantly from conventional smoke and fire detectors. This advanced system aims to detect potential causes of fire at an early stage, before fire or smoke can develop, allowing for proactive risk reduction.

Compared to thermal imaging cameras, the MultiSensor-TI has the advantage that it is data protection compliant and links other sensors in addition to the thermal evaluation of the surface temperature. For early fire detection, this means that up to four factors (thermal image, CO, air quality, room temperature) are analysed for reliable detection. The additional fire gas detection (CO, VOC, CO2) offers significant advantages for very early fire detection.

The MultiSensor-TI combines the ability to detect elevated temperatures, atypical heat patterns, subtle fire gases and significant changes in air quality.

The MultiSensor not only "sees" thermal hotspots, but can also "smell" them by detecting minute changes in air quality and gas composition. This ability makes it possible to recognise the first signs of a fire long (hours to days) before there is visible smoke or even flames.


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