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Conventional Fire Panel for Small or Fire Sprinkler Systems PFC-6006

• 6 Programmable Initiating Device Circuits
• Class A or Class B Waterflow Initiating Circuit
• 2 Wire Smoke Detector Compatibility
• 1.0 Amp Power Supply
• 1 Notification Circuit rated at 0.5 Amps Regulated
• Strobe Synchronization for Potter/AMSECO, Gentex, System
Sensor and Cooper/Wheelock
• 0.5 Amp Auxiliary Power, Programmable as Constant or
• 2 x 16 LCD display with system LEDs for clear system status
• Keypad for system features
• P-Link for Remote Annunciator Connections
• Capacity to charge and house 18AH batteries
• Onboard Dual Line Digital Alarm Communicator
• Built-in Ethernet Connection with listed IP Communicator
• Ability to E-mail system status, reports and system configuration
• Service Reminder E-mails

Product description

The PFC-6006 is a listed small conventional fire system ideally suited to monitor a small fire system such as a fire sprinkler system. The first input is selectable as a Class A or Class B water flow input and the other five zones are selectable from a menu of options including two-wire smoke detection. The panel has a 1.0 amp power supply that powers the panel, charges the batteries and supplies 0.5 amps to a notification appliance circuit and 0.5 amps of auxiliary power. The auxiliary power is programmable as constant or resettable.

The control panel isin a metal cabinet with a key lock and lexan window for viewing the system status. The printed circuit assembly is mounted for quick removal and installation to allowthe cabinetto be installed with minimal effort. The cabinet houses up to two 12VDC, 18 AH batteries.

The display is a thirty-two (32) character LCD with system status LEDs. The system status is clearly displayed and the panel includes a history buffer for past events. The key pad allows navigation into the system menu, limited programming and system control. The condition and events on the panel are clearly displayed to allow the user and installer to determine the system status.

The panel has adual telephone line digit alarm communicator transmitter (DACT) built on-board. One or both telephone lines may be enabled to allow communication to a remote monitoring station. In addition, a updated panel configuration maybe sent to the panel through the telephone lines. The panel has line in and line out to allow the panel to be installed ahead of other telephone equipment on the premises.