Fire alarm system

The Fire-Lite Connect unifies multiple fire alarm systems over fiber optic cable to reduce monitoring costs while improving reporting details.

10/06/2014


The Fire-Lite Connect unifies multiple fire alarm systems over fiber optic cable to reduce monitoring costs while improving reporting details.The Lite-Connect multi-mode fiber solution from Honeywell is designed to join up to 16 remote fire alarm control panels together to report all systems' signals to a central monitoring station as one. The use of multi-mode fiber optic cable to connect panels offers protection from common ground faults and other electrical surges. School, apartment and retail complexes are ideal applications. Any combination of up to 16 MS-9050UD and MS-9200UDLS remote fire alarm control panels from Fire-Lite Alarms can be connected via fiber and report out all signals through an MS-9050UD as the main panel. The information reported contains actual point or zone information for all event types.

Honeywell

www.honeywell.com 



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