Fire alarm control panel


Allowing for one to 10 signaling line circuits and as many as 3,180 devices, the NFS-3030 panel is designed for medium to large applications. Information about type and location of disturbance is displayed on a 640-character screen. Operators can go online to modify the panel's program and perform system maintenance functions, such as enabling or disabling a device. Other options include single- or multi-channel voice evacuation, PC-based graphical workstations, and networking and system integration.
Notifier
Circle 301

Fire alarm system


The FireShield system consists of three-, five-, and 10-zone conventional fire alarm control panels, an integrated DACT/dialer, serial annunciator modules, and serial remote relay modules, all of which are microprocessor-controlled. The DACT/dialer presents information on a 32-character LCD. The system also includes the company's SC series ionization and photoelectric smoke detectors.
Edwards Signaling
Circle 302

Notification device


The SpectrAlert P12015K combines audio and visual notification methods in a low-profile unit. The 120V wall-mounted horn/strobe combo can operate in temperatures from -40°F to 150°F. It's also rainproof, so it can be used in tandem with a sprinkler system. It offers field-selectable horn tones with temporal-three or continuous patterns for each tone. It's UL Listed for outdoor use.
System Sensor
Circle 303

Occupancy sensor


The PC15T passive, infrared ceiling-mount occupancy sensor uses an adjustable light sensor to keep lights off in occupied areas when other light sources are sufficient. When a person enters the area, a sensor determines if the current ambient light is adequate and turns on overhead lighting only if necessary. It has an integral powerpack that can switch loads as high as 20A and input voltages ranging from 120VAC to 347VAC.
Tork
Circle 304

Smoke/carbon monoxide alarm


The SC6120B's combined smoke and carbon monoxide (CO) alarms are microprocessor-controlled. Separate lights, markings, and alarm sounds distinguish between CO and smoke situations. The unit can also tell the difference between non-emergency conditions and a real fire, thereby reducing “nuisance” alarms. When connected in series, the unit that triggers the red alarm LED indicator will flash rapidly. After the condition subsides, the alarm will store the information in its memory and flash once every 2 sec.
BRK Electronics
Circle 305