Fire alarm control panels

The FCI 7200 Series fire alarm control panels from Gamewell-CFI have been upgraded to the latest, code-compliant technology.

04/08/2013


The FCI 7200 Series fire alarm control panels from Gamewell-FCI have been upgraded to the latest, code-compliant technology. Courtesy: Gamewell-FCIThe FCI 7200 Series fire alarm control panels from Gamewell-CFI have been upgraded to the latest, code-compliant technology of the E3 Series fire alarm and emergency communications system. The ease of installation provided by the 7200 Retrofit Kit, combined with the expandable capacity and backward compatibility inherent in E3 Series systems, can enable facilities to upgrade legacy systems to provide more sophisticated and reliable fire protection. The Retrofit Kit minimizes costs by allowing the electrical components of a E3 Series system to be installed within the existing 7200 panel’s backbox, in addition to utilizing the existing detectors, strobes, speakers, and other System Sensor devices. 

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www.gamewell-fci.com



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