DE.TECT Linear Heat Detection

The Luna DE.TECT range of optical linear heat detection systems offers fast and accurate fire detection in tunnels, metros, and other large installations.

With fire detection projects in 18 different countries, our DE.TECT solution is trusted by installers of fire alarm systems, constructors of extinguishing systems, and general contractors across the globe. Since the introduction in 1997, the DE.TECT system has revolutionized the safety standard in underground transport facilities by enabling precise monitoring of an entire tunnel length with one system.

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DE.TECT Linear Heat Detection

DE.TECT is a robust linear heat detection system based on optical fibers. With a range of up to 10 km and a sampling interval down to 25 cm, the system is ideal for fire detection in tunnels and metros as well as large facilities like warehouses and industrial facilities. In addition, the fiber optic system is well suited for hazardous environments such as those found in chemical plants, coal storage facilities, mining conveyor belts, or other facilities requiring ATEX certification. DE.TECT offers fast, accurate and reliable linear heat detection in any environment. Read more

Linear heat detection sensor cables

Linear Heat Detection Sensor Cable

Luna provides the appropriate sensor cable for every application and when working with us we will help you pinpoint the exact cable design and installation appropriate for your project. Read more

Charon visualization and monitoring software

Charon is the software that binds all sensing data together in one platform. Compatible with all Luna sensing products and a range of third party sensors, Charon can combine data from multiple sources and store them in a common SQL database. From the database, the sensing data can be presented both visually in one big overview where you can quickly get a status on the entire installation being monitored, or split up in graphs, tables or any other format you may want. Read more