Tủ báo cháy IFC2-3030 Johnson Controls
The IFC2-3030 is an intelligent Fire Alarm Control Panel designed for medium- to large-scale facilities. Fire emergency detection and evacuation are extremely critical to life safety, and the IFC2-3030 is ideally suited for these applications. The IFC2-3030 is ideal for virtually any application because it features a modular design that is configured per project requirements. With one to ten Signaling Line Circuits (SLCs), the IFC2-3030 supports up to 3,180 intelligent addressable devices.
Information is critical to fire evacuation personnel, and the IFC2-3030’s large 640-character Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) presents vital information to operators concerning a fire situation, fire progression, and evacuation details.
A host of other options are available, including single- or multichannel voice; firefighters telephone; LED, LCD, or PC-based graphic annunciators; fire or integration networking; advanced detection products for challenging environments, and many additional options.
•Certified for seismic applications when used with the appropriate seismic mounting kit.
•One to ten isolated intelligent Signaling Line Circuits (SLC) Style 4, 6 or 7.
•Up to 159 detectors and 159 modules per SLC, 318 devices per loop/3,180 per FACP or network node.
•Large 640-character LCD backlit display (16 lines x 40 characters) or display-less (a node on a network).
– High-speed network for up to 200 nodes (IFC2-3030,
IFC2-640, IFC-320, JNCA-2, JDVC, IFI, IFW, IFC-3030, IFC-640, and JNCA).
– Standard network or up to 103 nodes (IFC-640, IFC2-640, IFC-320, IFC-3030, IFC2-3030, IFC-200, IFC-300/ 400, IFC-1010, IFC-2020, JDVC-EM, IFI, IFW, JNCA or JNCA-2 Network Annunciators). Up to 54 nodes when JDVC is used in network paging.
•Built-in Alarm, Trouble, Security, and Supervisory relays.
•VeriFire® Tools online/offline program option.
•Application code is saved in Flash memory.
•With built-in Degraded Mode operation, the system is capable of general alarm if a fire alarm condition is present even if the CPU fails.
•Weekly Occupancy Schedules allow changing sensitivity by time of day and day of week.
•EIA-485 annunciators, including custom graphics.
•History file with 4000-event capacity in nonvolatile memory, plus separate 1000-event alarm-only file.
•Advanced history filters allow sorting by event, time, date, or address.
•Alarm Verification selection per point, with tally.
•Autoprogramming and Walk Test reports.
•Multiple central station communication options: – Standard UDACT