Fire alarm control panel

The S3 Series Fire Alarm Control Panel by Gamewell-FCI features a touch screen display to simplify system use and can operate as a stand-alone system or part of an extensive network.

10/14/2013


The S3 Series Fire Alarm Control Panel by Gamewell-FCI features a touch screen display to simplify system use and can operate as a stand-alone system or part of an extensive network. Courtesy: Gamewell-FCIThe S3 Series Fire Alarm Control Panel by Gamewell-FCI features an intuitive touch screen display to simplify system use for facility managers and first responders. Whether used as a stand-alone system or part of an extensive network serving the fire protection and emergency communication needs of a multi-building campus, the S3 Series ensures straightforward operation, particularly during stressful emergency events. The S3 Series panel dramatically improves how an end-user and first responder interact with the device, eliminating confusing buttons and cryptic text displays commonly found on other systems. The S3 Series’ full-color, touchscreen interface centers on system status, event details, and service mode. The S3 comes standard with five additional physical press-buttons located under the touchscreen display that can be customized for each facility to quickly access specific fire alarm information and control various system functions. It also features a built-in Ethernet port, which enables the S3 series systems to be connected to the Internet 24/7.

Gamewell-FCI 

www.gamewell-fci.com



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