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Fire-Lite Alarms
12 Clintonville Rd.
Northford, CT, 06472 1653

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ECC Circuit Board enables remote, real-time mass notification.   Return to story
Company Information:
Fire-Lite Alarms
12 Clintonville Rd.
Northford , CT  06472 1653   USA
Phone: 203-484-7161
FAX: 203-484-7118
http://www.firelite.com
Marketing:
Beth Welch
USA
Phone: 203-484-6202
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Multi-Mode Fiber System unifies multiple fire alarms.

Multi-Mode Fiber System unifies multiple fire alarms.

Fire-Lite Alarms    Northford, CT 06472 1653
Aug 12, 2014 Designed to join up to 16 remote fire alarm control panels together to report all systems' signals to central monitoring station, Lite-Connect allows more details to be reported on systems’ events, as opposed to traditional method of running copper signaling line circuits between buildings. Multi-mode fiber optic cable protects control panels from common ground faults and electrical surges caused by lightning. Information reported contains actual point or zone information for all event types.
ECC Circuit Board enables remote, real-time mass notification.

ECC Circuit Board enables remote, real-time mass notification.

Fire-Lite Alarms    Northford, CT 06472 1653
May 01, 2014 Remote Telephone Zone Module (RTZM) provides authorized users remote access to send out emergency notifications through facility's Emergency Command Center (ECC) system via any phone. Secure system access, granted via PIN/caller-ID, and menu options ensure facility managers and security officials get emergency information and instructions to building occupants in real-time. Presence of ECC system with RTZM can provide instant alerts to occupants in specific area or throughout building.
Mass Notification System delivers scalability, compatibility.

Mass Notification System delivers scalability, compatibility.

Fire-Lite Alarms    Northford, CT 06472 1653
May 07, 2013 Emergency Command Center (ECC) integrates with fire alarms and other life safety systems, serving as fully supervised system for delivering critical messages. Scalability and configurability permits customization to communication needs of any building. Listed to UL 2572 standard, ECC features interchangeable components and supports up to 8 operator consoles placed throughout building. Sending of emergency communications through system is also supported via landline or cellular phone.

Fire Fighter Telephone System supports up to 72 connections.

Fire-Lite Alarms    Northford, CT 06472 1653
Jun 20, 2011 Farenhyt IFP-FFT supports up to 72 telephone connections and allows concurrent use of as many as 10 phones. To facilitate installation, system operates on single loop of standard wire. Fully supervised system, suited for high-rise buildings and large facilities in regions that require fire fighter telephone systems, immediately displays trouble conditions via main panel, which is also utilized to control local and remote handsets.
Addressable Control Panel comes with built-in communicator.

Addressable Control Panel comes with built-in communicator.

Fire-Lite Alarms    Northford, CT 06472 1653
Nov 01, 2006 Combining capabilities of fire alarm control panel and digital alarm communicator/transmitter, Model MS-9050UD provides complete fire control system for child care, auditoriums, theaters, and restaurants. With capacity of 50 addressable devices, it offers single addressable SLC loop and 2 onboard Notification Appliance Circuits. Additional features include 2 programmable relays, one fixed trouble relay, built-in programmer, and telephone line active LEDs.
IP Communicator is designed for fire alarm panels.

IP Communicator is designed for fire alarm panels.

Fire-Lite Alarms    Northford, CT 06472 1653
Oct 16, 2006 Without requiring public IP address, IPDACT transmits information generated by fire alarm control panel to central station via Internet. It uses DHCP client for automatic IP address configuration and can utilize any Ethernet network connection, allowing for alarm transmissions of less than 1 sec to optimize response time. Using Contact ID format, IP communicator offers supervised line functionality and AES 512 bit data encryption.
Fire Alarm Control Panel includes built-in communicator.

Fire Alarm Control Panel includes built-in communicator.

Fire-Lite Alarms    Northford, CT 06472 1653
Jul 21, 2006 Combining capabilities of FACP and DACT into one circuit board, addressable Model MS-9200UDLS features LiteSpeed(TM) speed Signaling Line Circuit protocol, which simultaneously polls 10 devices, enabling fully loaded panel to report incident and activate notification circuits in less than 10 sec. Panel also includes LED graphic and LCD annunciators, reverse polarity/city box transmitter, local and remote upload/download software, and remote power expansion.
Addressable Control Panel includes built-in communicator.

Addressable Control Panel includes built-in communicator.

Fire-Lite Alarms    Northford, CT 06472 1653
Feb 28, 2006 Combining capabilities of Fire Alarm Control Panel and Digital Alarm Communicator/Transmitter into one circuit board, Model MS-9050UD provides single addressable SLC loop, which meets NFPA Style 4, 6, and 7 requirements. DACT transmits system status to Central Station via public switched telephone network. With capacity of 50 addressable devices, panel includes 2 onboard Notification Appliance Circuits, 2 programmable relays, 1 fixed trouble relay, and built-in programmer.

Fire Alarm Conrol Panel meets UL 9th Edition requirements.

Fire-Lite Alarms    Northford, CT 06472 1653
Jul 21, 2005 Dual-loop, addressable MS-9600LS is equipped with 18 A hr batteries, 8 A switching power supply, and LiteSpeed™ Signaling Line Circuit, which simultaneously polls 10 devices looking for new information at specific addresses. In under 10 sec, fully loaded panel of up to 636 devices can report incident and activate notification circuits. Devices can be wired on standard twisted and unshielded wire with distances up to 10,000 ft per loop.
Software automatically performs voltage drop calculations.

Software automatically performs voltage drop calculations.

Fire-Lite Alarms    Northford, CT 06472 1653
May 19, 2005 Lite-Calcs™ v2.0 aids in developing voltage drop calculations for fire alarm control panels, Notification Appliance Circuits (NACs), and auxiliary power supplies, informing user if additional NAC power boosters are required. Offering automatic calculation, software includes database for editing, adding, and deleting parts as well as storing job information and contacts. Favorites feature lets users save and access frequently used notification appliances.


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