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FPD-7024 Fire alarm control panels
Product No. F.01U.008.460
Product No. 4.998.125.825
A rechargeable sealed lead‑acid power supply used as a secondary power supply or in auxiliary or ancillary functions.
Product No. 4.998.800.536
Eight zone LEDs indicate alarm conditions.
Product No. 4.998.140.386
Two LEDs indicate supervisory conditions, six indicate alarm conditions.
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All eight zone LEDs (yellow) indicate supervisory conditions.
Product No. 4.998.140.388
Use with D7030X Family LED annunciators
Product No. 4.998.800.539
Provide eight Form C relay outputs (w/o enclosure) for the D7024, FPD-7024, or FPA‑1000 Fire Alarm Control Panels (FACP)
Product No. 4.998.800.540
Provide eight Form C relay outputs (with enclosure) for the D7024, FPD-7024, or FPA‑1000 Fire Alarm Control Panels (FACP)
Product No. 4.998.800.552
Board and plastic enclosure with spring tamper
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Board on mounting plate with metal enclosure
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The module connects a normally‑open (NO) contact to the multiplex bus of an FPD‑7024, D7024, or DS9400 FACP. The module draws supervised input power from the FACP for use in a Class B configuration. Rotary switches allow convenient address setting.
Product No. 4.998.800.546
Connects a normally‑open (NO) contact to the multiplex bus of an FPD‑7024, D7024, or DS9400M FACPs.
Product No. 4.998.140.391
The symmetry of the D7050’s optical chamber allows 360° uniform smoke entry, but minimizes external light entry. Within the chamber, large smoke particles scatter infrared light which is detected by a gated, high-speed, photodiode sensor.
Product No. 4.998.140.394
The D7050TH has an optical smoke chamber and a 35°F (57°C) fixed-temperature sensor. Use it in confined areas where a fire increases air temperature slowly but substantially before the fire breaks confinement.
Product No. 4.998.140.392
Required base for the D7050 and D7050TH MUX smoke heads
Product No. 4.998.800.549
Connects normally‑open (NO) contacts to the multiplex bus of an FPD‑7024, D7024, or DS9400M FACP
Product No. 4.998.800.550
Connects normally‑open (NO) contacts to the multiplex bus of an FPD‑7024, D7024, or DS9400M FACP in configures as either Class A or Class B configuration
Product No. F.01U.080.969
Provides a local connection between compatible control panels and approved applications.
Product No. F.01U.001.461
The single‑action manual station is UL listed and meets Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) requirements. An address on the polling circuit is easily set with rotary switches. The pull-down handle locks in the activated position. It is reset by opening the unit with a key and then relocking it.
Product No. F.01U.009.157
Combines remote annunciator and controller functions for fire alarm systems controlled by an FPD‑7024 Fire Alarm Control Panel
Product No. F.01U.009.156
Four‑wire LCD annunciator keypad used with the FPD‑7024 Fire Alarm Control Panel to establish the location of a fire alarm
Product No. F.01U.003.861
The FPC‑7034 adds four Class B (Style B) or two Class A (Style D) initiating circuits to the FPD‑7024 FACP. This plug‑in module is automatically recognized by the control panel's firmware when power is restored to the system.
Product No. F.01U.003.444
When connected to a panel’s option bus, the FPP-RNAC-8A-4C adds four additional NFPA 72, Class B or Class A NACs. When connected directly to the NAC output, it is also a NAC power supply for fire-protective signaling systems.
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