FireClass 64 Zone 2 Loop Addressable Fire Alarm Control Panel FC64-2
The FireClass digital addressable control panels work on 2 loop or 4 loop systems. The FC64-2 is the FireClass two loop 64 zone fire alarm control panel, which can allow for up to 24000 devices to be installed in the 64 alarm zone system. Addressable fire alarm control panels work as a stand alone panel or in larger buildings or businesses with repeater panels. The FC64-2 is a 2 loop fire alarm service consisting of an advanced fire alarm control panel which permanently displays the system status as well as functions to service the smoke and fire detectors; this makes the job of a fire alarm engineer considerably easier.
The alarm panel is ideally suited to installations which require powerful and comprehensive sounder and control shutdown functions or can be used as a standalone system for monitoring site wide inputs or outputs. The addressable fire panel is programmed to operate to specific site requirements by means of a powerful yet easy to use software tool which can be at a basic level at the panel or with our FireClass software editor.
Fire detection is a key requirement for businesses to ensure safety of their people on site and to reduce the damage to the business. Connecting FireClass smoke alarm detectors into your analogue addressable fire safety system will also ensure a reduction in false alarms. Tyco is the leading fire panel manufacturer and with its FireClass range keeps providing businesses with the best fire detection facilities available. Tyco has been supplying alarm system equipment for over 50 years.
- Up to 1000 addresses available on fire alarm control panel
- Up to 64 Zones
- 640 Character Display
- Permanently displays system status
- Displays temperature, Carbon Monoxide (CO) level and smoke level at point in fire alarm
- Viewing 3000 event log
- Manual and automatic walk test and reporting functions
- Automatic battery test
- Fire Detector service functions
- Front control panel controls enabling text and configuration changes