FIRE 1 Series EF1, EF2 and EF3, may operate with EVAX Series, Apollo and, or System Sensor protocols. The FIRE 1 Series Panels can utilize any combination of these protocols on each loop.
Our series of audible devices are a low profile strobe, horn or horn/strobe combination that offers dependable audible and audible/visual alarms with the lowest current available. Strobes are available in fixed or field selectable candela options of 15, 30, 60, 75, 110, 177 and 15/75. Horns can produce a continuous or syncable temporal three in 2400Hz and mechanical tone. Horns may also be set for chime or whoop tone. All tones are easy changed in the field by using selectable switches. This audible series is shipped with the standard 4" mounting plate that incorporates the popular Super–Slide™ feature that allows the installer to easily test for supervision. This series also includes the Checkmate™ – Instant Voltage Verification feature that allows the installer to check the voltage without removing the signal device. This series of appliances are UL 464 and UL 1971, listed for use with fire protective systems and are warranted for three years from date of purchase.
The SSPK Series of speakers and speaker/strobes lets you meet strict codes for audio and visual signaling as well as voice communications. Available in 4" square, these speakers offer audible signaling, crisp, clear voice clarity and visual signaling. Faceplates can be wall mounted to a standard 2 1/8" deep electrical backbox. All models are synchronized using the built–in FIRE 1 synchronization.
Notification Appliance Circuit (NAC) power supplies provide either 8 or 10 amps of additional power, primary applications include NAC (such as strobes and horns) expansion support to meet ADA requirements. It also provides auxiliary power to support system accessories. The 8 or 10 amp rated supply current can be divided between the four (4) outputs for powering NAC devices. Each output is rated at 2.5 amp max., and can be independently programmed for Steady, Temporal Code 3 or Strobe Synchronization. Two (2) FACP signaling outputs can be employed and directed to control supervision and power delivery to any combination of the four (4) outputs.