Kentec

Taktis

Overview Initially configured as a fire detection and alarm system, the flexibility of Taktis is such that it can be re-configured to realise many other control and indication applications, with direct integration into intelligent buildings. Available in four and eight slot variants, Taktis fire control panel ranges from two to 16 detection loops. Taktis can network up to 128 panels, making it ideal for the largest sites such as schools, hospitals, multi-site retail/supermarkets, critical infrastructure and major commercial and industrial facilities. Multiple protocols can be supported on each panel to give installers and end-users maximum choice in their systems’ design, and the scalable nature of the product provides the highest level of future-proofing and networking possibilities.

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rs

Overview Elite RS is a versatile range of open protocol fire alarm control panels. Available with one or two detection loops capable of hosting up to 254 Hochiki or Apollo UL devices. Elite RS uses microprocessor-based electronics to provide a flexible control system with high reliability and integrity. Suitable for small and medium sites that require advanced fire sensing and evacuation options. Elite RS control panels can be expanded and networked to become part of much larger systems if the need arises,therefore providing a future-proof solution for any installation. With its large graphical display and ergonomic button and indicator layout, the Elite RS control panel is simple and straightforward to understand for installers, commissioning engineers and end users alike.

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eView

Overview The eView fire alarm annunciator provides a simple and convenient method of extending the controls and indications of the Elite fire alarm control panel to other locations. The large, graphic LCD and high brightness LED indicators duplicate the indications on the Elite fire alarm control panel at up to 15 additional locations via a simple, two-wire serial data connection. Housed in a small enclosure which is styled similarly to the Elite control panel, it is ideal for installations where a large control panel would be detrimental to décor, such as entrance halls. Up to 15 eView annunciators can be connected to each control panel on the Elite network making eView ideal where multiple points of indication and/or control are required such as nurse’s stations or shop units.

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ACP

Overview With two, four or eight initiating circuits, all panels can be extensively configured via a simple front panel operated programming method. The low standby power requirements and cost effective small batteries allow the panel to be mounted in a small, discrete enclosure which is available in red or grey. A simple programming method using just three front panel buttons enables an extensive list of configuration options to be set and reviewed. Single board construction allows easy removal of all electronic parts by removing just two screws to provides ample provision of cable entry knockouts to simplify installation. 4 Amp notification appliance power and built-in selectable sync protocols provide ample power and control for a wide range of standard notification appliances. The built in RS485 communications bus provides the facility to connect four-wire annunciators or ancillary relay boards to provide further indication and control options throughout a premise. The optional DACT allows dual line reporting to central stations and provides a 500-event history buffer.

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sigma axt

Overview Sigma A-XT releasing panel offers outstanding value and performance for all small to medium fixed firefighting installations. With three initiation circuits as standard, release can be configured to activate from any combination of detection zone inputs to allow (among other combinations) any two from three types of activations. For example, as would be required for detection in ceiling void, room and floor void applications. The configuration options of the Sigma A-XT allow the functionality of the system to be extensively modified. The panel contains a large LED display to enable easy configuration and control which also displays the time remaining TM until release for added user safety. The countdown timer is duplicated on up to seven remote status units to provide local indication of the system status. With all the electronics mounted on a single, easily removable, steel plate, Sigma A-XT panels are both robust and easy to install. Sigma A-XT is supplied in an enclosure that matches the design and colour of the Elite RS range and is available in red or grey.

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xt-no alarm

Overview XT+ releasing control units are multi-area releasing control units containing one or two releasing modules complying with UL 864 10th edition. Up to 15 releasing modules may be connected to a Elite RS fire alarm control panel. Each releasing module can accommodate a separate hazard defined by two specific zones. Each XT+ unit is equipped with a 5.25 A power supply (120 VAC or 240 VAC) to power releasing modules and attached solenoids / actuators or sequential activators. Each releasing module has a comprehensive set of inputs and outputs and is configurable via a simple programming interface provided by Loop Explorer 2. Each releasing module may have up to 7 serially connected Sigma A-SI status units or Sigma A-XT ancillary boards.

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A si

Overview With two, four or eight initiating circuits, all panels can be extensively configured via a simple front panel operated programming method. The low standby power requirements and cost effective small batteries allow the panel to be mounted in a small, discrete enclosure which is available in red or grey. A simple programming method using just three front panel buttons enables an extensive list of configuration options to be set and reviewed. Single board construction allows easy removal of all electronic parts by removing just two screws to provides ample provision of cable entry knockouts to simplify installation. 4 Amp notification appliance power and built-in selectable sync protocols provide ample power and control for a wide range of standard notification appliances. The built in RS485 communications bus provides the facility to connect four-wire annunciators or ancillary relay boards to provide further indication and control options throughout a premise. The optional DACT allows dual line reporting to central stations and provides a 500-event history buffer.

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