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One full SLC circuit expandable to two
3 programmable relays
5.25A power supply
Large graphic display
Real time clock
Compatible with graphics annunciator
Powerful, network wide cause and effects (500 total). Fully user programmable by point or zone
Can be networked with additional panel and / or SHIELD Omega panels
Compatible with Omega R Annunciator
Programmable through a PC connection to the panel
Same look and feel as SHIELD Omega range
Stores 1000 last events in history log
Model ranges include with or without a Dual-Line internal DACT
Compact, stylish enclosure
Available in Red or Gray
2 Programmable NAC circuits with internal synchronization support

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UL 864 9th Edition listed
Multi-Loop 2 Analog Addressable
Loops Field upgradable to 4
126 primary points per loop
Powerful, network wide cause and effects (500 total). Fully user programmable by point or zone
800 points per panel when using devices with sub-points
Up to 10,000 ft. wiring length on SLC loop
64 Panels on a network
Programmable through a PC connection to the panel, or through keypad
Programmable relays – 5
Supervised Powered Outputs – 3
Programmable notification appliance circuits:4
Power per NAC: 1.6 Amps Max
Programmable outputs on SLC loop
Programmable Function button on front display
Fire Drill button on front display
Day and night sensitivity settings (user programmable)
Power Supply: 5.25 Amp, regulated & integrated
LCD Display: 8×40
Zonal Mode: Annunciation by zone w/o individual relationships
Panel Ring Modes: Common, Zonal, and Stage 2
NAC Outputs programmable as Continuous, March, Temporal
Program cause and effects AND, OR, or any two (Cross Zone)
Battery size: Up to 17 Ah in standard enclosure; up to 52 Ah with external cabinet
Access levels: 3
Access key switch: Yes
Recognized for use in High Rise
One-man walk test – Fire Test Mode
Available in Red

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afety Integrity Level (SIL2): is a measure of the reliability of a system to be in operation when a maximum risk and fault are analysed based on no of floors, occupancy and in accordance to the guide lines set by the Engineer or the Authority having Jurisdiction to maximize the reliability and efficiency of Life Safety, that’s where you will need a SIL2 rated panel.
Why SIL2 supersedes the Normal Addressable Fire Alarm Panel?

Redundancy: CPU, I/O cards, Power Supply and Display available on the panel to ensure the continuous operation incase of one or more failures.
Hot–swap: CPU, I/O cards, Power Supply and Display can be replaced without switching off the panel, thus maintaining system security and safety functionality.
Extreme reduction of false alarms below acceptable levels out of 100 signals there is a possibility for only one fault.
High level of Reliability, Availability and Maintainability (RAM) for the software and hardware of the system.
High tolerance and stability over electromagnetic noise.

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Available in 220VAC with 9VDC battery back-up
Horn frequency 3100Hz (nominal)
135°F fixed temperature
90dBA temporal 3 piezo horn
Solid-state LED condition indicator
Quick-disconnect wiring harness
Tandem interconnect with current Shield detectors
Mounting hardware adapts to standard junction boxes
Low or missing battery indicator

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Ideal for environments that are dirty or smoky under normal conditions
Well suited for warehouses, loading docks and parking garages
Unaffected by wind or atmospheric pressure
Remote test feature

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Detects wiring short-circuits using patented technology
Minimizes disruption from short-circuits
Automatic de-isolation on short-circuit removal
Up to 20 devices may be installed between isolators

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The Loop Powered Beacon Indicator is a local-area visual indicator designed for indoor use.
The Visual Indicator has been developed as a supplement to sounders for use in situations where
there is a risk that sounders will not be heard

High intensity LEDs
More reliable than xenon visual indicators
Automatic LED check
Lockable
Wide angle of visibility
Synchronised flash

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Electronically addressed. The address can be modified in field.
Alarming by pressing. Reset by a special key.
Plug-in structure.
Designed to comply with EN 54-11.

Multisensor Detector

Sensitive to a wide range of fires
Well suited for environments such as hotel bedrooms, warehouses & loading docks
Unaffected by wind or atmospheric pressure

Open Area Sounder

Self-test trouble monitoring
Two volume settings 92dB(A) and 100dB(A)
Synchronization of tones
Individual and group addressing
Available in red or white
Loop-powered
IP65 rated

Open Area Sounder

15 tone pairs
Sounder and beacon are independently configurable
Volume and tone settings are independently selectable from the control panel
Tones can be used for other purposes in addition to warning of fire, making the device ideal for use in schools etc.
Soft start option, ideal for hospitals and nursing homes
Group and global control for increased response time

Repeater Panel

Available in Red
Up to 15 annunciators can be connected to each SHIELD Omega fire control panel
Large liquid crystal display (240×64 pixels)
High brightness LED indications
Internal sounder
Replicates all panel controls
Simple, two-wire serial connection
Small, style enclosure
Removable electronics for easy installation
24V DC powered
Low power consumption
Multi language options
Connection supervised by SHIELD Omega fire control panel

Smoke Detector

Responds well to slow-burning, smoldering fires
Well suited for bedrooms and escape routes
Unaffected by atmospheric pressure

Sounder Beacon Base

SHIELD Sounder Beacon Base is a loop powered sounder and beacon combined with a
standard Intelligent Mounting Base. It is used to signal a fire alarm in enclosed areas.
The Sounder Beacon Base can be used either with a detector fitted or with a cap for operation
as a stand-alone alarm device.

Two volume ranges 55-75dB(A) and 75-91dB(A)
Beacon flash rate of once per second
Synchronization of ‘alert’ and ‘evacuate’ tones
Synchronization of beacon flash
Individual and group addressing
Unique acoustic and beacon self test