Firefighter telephone control system

The Farenhyt IFP-FFT firefighter phone system developed by Silent Knight by Honeywell provides supervision, annunciation, and control for local and remote telephone handsets.

09/14/2012


Farenhyt IFP-FFTThe Farenhyt IFP-FFT firefighter phone system developed by Silent Knight by Honeywell provides supervision, annunciation, and control for local and remote telephone handsets. With a single loop of wire, this system supports 72 connections with up to 10 phones in concurrent use. Phone activation and corresponding trouble conditions are detected by the fully supervised system and displayed on the FFT’s main panel, which firefighters also use to control local and remote handsets. Compatible accessories for the system include remote handsets, a handset cabinet, handset jacks, a lockable cabinet with connected handset, and a connected telephone cabinet with breakable glass.

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