Fire alarm control panel retrofit kit

Gamewell-FCI's IF600 Retrofit Kit

08/26/2011


Gamewell-FCI’s IF600 Retrofit Kit has been produced to assist in upgrading legacy Gamewell IF602 and IF610 series fire alarm control panels to the latest technology of an E3 Series Expandable Emergency Evacuation System from Gamewell-FCI at minimal expense. While providing an easy means for upgrading systems to meet code, the Retrofit Kit also allows for a cost-effective phase-in of advanced capabilities such as emergency communications (a.k.a. mass notification). The Retrofit Kit includes the internal components of a new E3 Series fire alarm control panel and a panel door, all sized to fit the original head-end panel's backbox. The E3 Series compatibility with nearly all IF600 Series peripherals enables the majority of these retrofits to integrate seamlessly with existing detectors and notification devices, eliminating the expense of additional labor and materials.

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