The LF-DP-6190 Address Programmer is responsible for addressing fire alarm devices such as call points, detectors and modules connected in a loop. Up to 250 devices can be given identification per loop.
The LF-CDI-6107 Conventional Zone Interface provides the means of connecting a single zone of conventional detectors to the Fire Alarm Control Panel. Typical connections would be conventional type smoke, heat, manual call point, heat sensing cables, and gas detectors. It can be used as an addressable alarm initiating device for conventional devices and as a control input for other auxiliary functions.
The LF-SI-6105 Signal Input Module provides the means of connecting Direct Shorting Devices to the Fire Alarm Control Panel. The module converts a normally open contact input which could monitor and report the status of the contact to the Fire Panel.
The LF-LI-6190 Short-Circuit Isolator provides short circuit protection on addressable device circuits. When a short is detected by the LF-LI-6190, it isolates the affected segment of the circuit, allowing the remaining devices to continue operation.
The LF-RM-6106 Relay Module provides the means of directly controlling an auxiliary device and its status as well. The Relay Module can be operated either by manual operation using switch inputs, or by automatic control using the Fire Panel logic functions.
The LF-CSW-6154 Remote Control Module provides the means of directly controlling an auxiliary device and its status as well. With its flexibility, the user has the option of either utilizing a normally open or normally close dry contact available on the module. It has the provision of connecting a normally open switch feedback input to monitor the status of the controlled auxiliary device.