The LF-AV-6125 Audible and Visual Alarm Indicator adopts a built-in integrated circuit, a piezoelectric sounder and a flasher which when combined, produces a high energy conversion efficiency for effective output of light and sound while utilizing a minimum amount of power. It is also directly connected to the detection loop of the Fire Panel to effectively monitor the device for faults or control for alarm activation.
It has a built-in input and output circuitry specially designed for audible and visual alarm indication. The Fire Alarm Controller can be programmed to selectively activate individual audio-visual indicators as deemed necessary. It also adopts pre-emptive alarm technology which organizes the data received from the audio-visual indicator. The information with the highest priority would transfer first. Other collected data shall be transmitted to the device based on its priority status which ensures the rapid response of the system. The indicator’s design widely applies to all kinds of industrial and commercial construction with its high resistance to humidity, wide operating temperature range, high reliability and ease of installation and configuration.
The input-output Device FD7203 - 10 inputs / 16 outputs is designated to produce and send an electrical signal to various devices (lift doors, fans, etc.) in the case of an events and recording external impacts typical for a fire condition or other events. It is compatible with addressable fire control panels IFS7002, supplementing the possibilities of the address systems series IFS7000
Duct smoke detector YKB-02 is designed to detect the presence of smoke in airstream of ductwork sections or ventilating compartments by the smoke detector mounted in it.
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.