Figther MPR

8 Zones Fire Alarm Panel

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  • Menu driven conventional fire alarm and extinguishing panel using 4-wire Bus technology expandability RS-485, permitting flexible and cost optimized installations.
  • Zones expandability: 8 to 72 analogue conventional detector inputs, using modules interconnected with 4-wire BUS. 8 zones per module. This is the way that detectors connect, get power and communicate an alarm condition to the fire panel.
  • Cross-zoning/extinguishing operation: Up to 18 extinguishing areas with the full system setup. The system uses 4 zones and 4 relays to produce a very reliable alarm detection and commence a sequence of relay activations. Mainly used to drive extinguishing systems. Any group of 4 zones on any module along with their corresponding relays may be programmed as an extinguishing area.
  • Outputs expandability: 8 to 72 relays using modules interconnected with 4-wire BUS. 8 monitored relays per module. Relay boards with one relay dedicated to each zone input: Each zone input is mirrored by a relay. When the zone is in alarm the relay is active producing 24 VDC.
  • LCD keypad units for supervision, monitoring, operation and programming of the system: Multiple display/keyboard units (as repeaters): Up to 8 extra keypad units may be connected with the 4 wire interface. The system ensures correct inter-operation and implements a lock out mechanism if one keypad unit enters an elevated access level (2 or 3). The keypads have 4×20 alphanumeric LCD, and backlit ruler keys. Embedded help system provides vital in system information.
  • Two general alarm siren relay outputs 24VDC/1A max (monitored): The two siren outputs get activated when an alarm condition is detected. The first of the two relays produce a constant output when active. The second can be programmed to produce an output pattern (e.g. ANSI evacuation pattern).
  • 1 main general fault output (not monitored): Dry contact relay 3A max. Gets activated when any fault condition is detected.
  • Power supply expansion: Up to 16 fully supervised power supply units (PSU) may be connected on expansion modules. The system is fully monitoring the AC supply, battery connections and health of each connected power supply. Power supplies are EN54-4 certified.
  • Built in communicator: A PSTN line interface provides communication of events to a Central Monitoring Station. The communication format used is Contact ID.
  • Automatic module detection upon installation (relay, zones and keypad modules): Easy module identification: Modules are easily identified with a selection mechanism from the keypad units and their status LED (selecting a module of interest will activate a specific blinking pattern on the selected module).
  • Bypasses (disablements) for both zone inputs and relay outputs: Zone inputs and Relay outputs may be disabled independently from each other.
  • Intellizone operation (Alarm verification): A system that provides a verification to an alarm condition before the alarm state is entered. Helps avoid false alarms by combining alarm signals in time and/or from different detector zones. Can be activated on selected zones and may have global or per module grouping.
  • Day/Night operation: A system that reduces false alarms during specific hours of the day by using the intellizone feature. Used for example in smoking areas during working hours.
  • 3 options for global evacuation: The system can use manual call points or/and a key combination on the keypads or/and extinguish zones to activate the global evacuation condition.
  • Walk Test feature: The user may activate a test state on the panel. During the test he manually triggers each one detector and the system once the alarm is detected sounds the sirens for a short period and auto resets. He/she then repeats the triggering process for all detectors to verify the system’s good operation.
  • LOG (events): Storage of up to 1.000 log events.
  • Serial (RS232) connection for supervision, monitoring, operation and programming of the system through the Fighter ProVision software and the FRS-232 module.
  • Remote supervision, monitoring, operation and programming of the system with FRTCP/IP (optional TCP/IP module) connection and the Fighter Pro Vision software (optional).
  • Certified to European directives ΕΝ 54-2:1997/Α1:2006/AC:1999, ΕΝ 54-4:1997/Α2:2006/AC:1999 & ΕΝ 12094-1:2003 (Extinguishing). EC – Certificate of Conformity No. 123-CPD-0308 of July 2, 2012


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