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  FIRE ALARM SYSTEM Building I/O SystemPhoneLinesGraphix SoftwareRS-485Network Annunciator Serial Annunciator COMMS(RS-485)SLC(DCP)RS-232RS-485NetworkUp to 64NodesPrinter (RS-232)NAC Power Extender  Notication Alarm Equipment RS-485Phone LinesSLC(DCP)DuctDetector Graphic LED Display(FNP-LED) AMSFRCME ATG-EAR2MSOMCZMDIMM ALK-VConventional DetectorsNACFireNET PLUS™NACI/O I/OCZMVoiceNET™Voice EvacuationSystem Notication Alarm Equipment Central Station Digital Alarm Communicator   FireNET™ ANALOG ADDRESSABLE CONTROL PANEL ã  UL 864 9th edition Listed ã  2 or 4 loop versions ã  Analog design using Hochiki’s advanced DCP protocol for fast & robust communication ã  Network Capability of up to 64 panels with 500 network wide software zones ã  Up to 127 sensors & modules, plus 127 analog sounder bases, for a total of 254 points possible per loop ã  Large 8-line x 40-character LCD display (320 char.) ã  Dual RS-485 bus for panel network ã  RS485 slave bus for expansion - up to 32 FN-4127-IO boards or up to 15 FN-LCD-S serial annunciators and up to 17 FN-4127-IO boards ã  Built-in RS-232 interface for programming via a PC and serial printer interface ã  5 on-board programmable Form C relays rated at 1 Amp at 30VDC ã  Supports Class B (style 4) and Class A (style 6 or 7) SLC loops ã  4 on-board Class B (style Y) NAC circuits rated at 2.5 Amps each ã  Fire Drill function and Walk Test function ã  Powerful & versatile Cause & Effect programming ã  Alternate build of the panel door is equipped with a Plexiglass window to meet the requirements of major cities including the city of Denver  ã  Access level 2 is enabled as soon as the outer door of the enclosure is opened (CAT 30 Key) FireNET™Plus ANALOG ADDRESSABLE CONTROL PANEL ã  UL 864 9th edition Listed ã  1 or 2 loop (option) ã  Analog design using Hochiki’s advanced DCP protocol for fast and robust communication ã  Network Capability of up to 64 panels (option) with 500 network wide software zones ã  RS-485 bus for panel network (option) ã  Integrated digital alarm communicator (DACT) with Contact ID and SIA reporting formats ã  Up to 127 sensors & modules, plus 127 analog sounder bases, for a total of 254 points possible per loop ã  Large 8-line x 40-character LCD display (320 char.) ã  Built-in RS-232 interface for programming via a PC ã  3 on board programmable Form C relays rated at 1 Amp at 30VDC ã  2 auxiliary power outputs, each rated 360mA at 24 VDC ã  2 on-board Class B (style Y) NAC circuits rated at 2.3 Amps each (Special  Application) and 1.6 Amps each (Regulated continuous) ã  Fire Drill function and Walk Test function ã  Powerful & versatile Cause & Effect programming At the backbone of the FireNET™ Analog Addressable system is the FireNET™ control panel itself. Utilizing Hochiki’s patented Digital Communication Protocol (DCP), it allows for a very robust intelligent communication with other analog addressable products. An RS-485 bus provides communication to the panel network, while the RS-232 interface allows the convenience of programming via a PC. The panel will support up to 127 devices per loop (of any combination), which includes sensors and control modules. The Loop Explorer Windows® based software interface provides the installer with fingertip access to installation programming and diagnostic tools.  SERIAL ANNUNCIATOR ã  UL 864 9th Edition listed ã  320 character liquid crystal display (8 line x 40 character) ã  Same controls as the FireNET™ fire panel (Reset, Panel Sounder Silence, Lamp Test, Alarm Silence, Re-sound Alarm, Fire Drill, Programmable Function, More Events, More Fire Events, Enter and Exit) ã  Up to 15 FN-LCD-S serial annunicators may be connected to a FireNET™ control panel or network annunciator ã  Resides on the FireNET™ slave RS-485 line ã  Local piezo sounder for event notification ã  Supports user codes and firefighter key to enable access and controls ã  Powered by FireNET™ Aux. 24VDC or UL fire listed Aux. 24VDC supply ã  Available in red or charcoal, and can be surface or flush mounted ã  Built-in help and alarm information screens ã  Fire Drill function FN-LCD-N NETWORK ANNUNCIATOR ã  UL 864 9th Edition listed ã  320 character liquid crystal display (8 line x 40 character) ã  Dual RS-485 ports for primary re network ã  RS-485 slave bus for expansion - up to 32 FN-4127-IO boards or up to 15 FN-LCD-S serial annunciators and up to 16 FN-4127-IO boards ã  2 built-in RS-232 interfaces for programming via a PC and serial printer interface ã  4 on board programmable Form C relays rated at 1.0 Amp at 30VDC (Fire, Supervisory, Trouble and Auxiliary) ã  Same controls as the FireNET™ re panel (Reset, Panel Sounder Silence, Lamp Test, Alarm Silence, Re-sound Alarm, Fire Drill, Programmable Function, More Events, More Fire Events, Enter and Exit) ã  Local piezo sounder for event notication ã  Supports user codes and reghter key to enable access and controls ã  Powered by FireNET™ Aux. 24VDC or UL re listed Aux. 24VDC supply ã  Available in red or charcoal, and can be surface or ush mounted (using trim ring) ã  True network annunciator, any or all panels can be routed to the FN-LCD-N. Each event category can be individually routed to the FN-LCD-N ã  Up to 64 FireNET™ panels and FN-LCD-N’s can be networked together in any combination ã  500mA of auxiliary power available rated at 24VDC ã  Fire Drill function ã  Supports up to 32 FN-4127-IO boards on RS-485 expansion port ã  The FN-LCD-N can be congured to remote reset, silence, re-sound, any or all panels on the network in any combination
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