Release/control panel

For pre-action and deluge fire protection systems, Viking introduces its VFR-400 release/control panel.


For pre-action and deluge fire protection systems, Viking introduces its VFR-400 release/control panel. This single, field programmable releasing panel accommodates any Viking deluge and pre-action system and also accommodates multiple voltage applications, including 110/200 V and 50/60 Hz, with a single panel offering. The panel includes four programmable class B initiating zones, two class B supervisory zones, and four programmable output circuits. The model offers onboard, menu-driven programming with 12 pre-installed programs for ease of setup.

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