Are You Affected?

The government has introduced a new funding initiative aimed at supporting the implementation of Waking Watch alternatives and improved fire safety measures. If you are a building owner of a high-rise structure with fire safety challenges, you might be eligible for this funding.

The government's funding program offers a way to transition from costly and less effective Waking Watch arrangements to more reliable fire safety solutions. By taking advantage of this opportunity, you can enhance the safety of your building and its occupants while also reducing the financial burden associated with continuous monitoring.

To find out if you qualify for this funding and to learn more about the application process, visit the official government website. There, you will find detailed information about eligibility criteria, application requirements, and the benefits of transitioning to a safer and more sustainable fire safety solution.

Don't miss out on the chance to make your building safer and more secure. If you're interested in knowing more about the government funding for Waking Watch alternatives and want to speak to us about our fire safety solution, REACH Wireless, then find out more here.

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REACH Wireless Range

The RW1700-030APO is a wired loop interface that bridges REACH Wireless radio-frequency products to an Apollo wired loop. Communication between the wireless products are translated to Apollo wired protocol for operation via the wired fire panel.

REACH Sounder Base


The RW1300-110APO is a wireless analogue addressable sounder base that can be used as a stand-alone notification device (with a blanking cap) or as a combined solution with a REACH Wireless detector.

REACH Heat Detector


The RW1000-400APO is a wireless analogue addressable heat detector that can be configured as either rate-of-rise (A1R) or high temperature (BS) classification as specified in the EN 54-5. Multiple EN 54-5 classes (A1R and BS) can be chosen from configuration software or the keyboard/LCD interface during the link phase.