Loop and Communication Cards

  • S81-F7007 Analog Addressable Loop Control - SSP protocol

    Control card for SSP (Scame Sistemi Protocol) protocol addressable devices. It can manage up to 127 analogue/digital input addressable modules and control modules. This card must not be used with fire detection systems.

    The card communicates, through the SSP protocol, with all the devices on a loop, periodically polling them or receiving calls (interrupts) from the devices that have detected a status variation. The analogue input modules can be polled, to show device value reading, either by the operator (from the panel) or by a supervisory program.

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  • S81 – F7009 Analog Addressable Loop Control - Apollo protocol

    Control card for addressable devices that require APOLLO DISCOVERY and XP95 protocols. With these protocols a wide range of fire detectors, push buttons, optic-acoustic signaling and input/command modules are available.

    Through two connection and feeder cables, the card communicates with all devices connected on the loop, periodically polling them or receiving calls (interrupt) from the devices that have detected a status variation.

    Alarming occurs after the information has been processed, through specific algorithms for the devices; e.g. smoke detectors can provide dynamic alarm thresholds that adjust themselves to compensate for optic sensing element contamination.

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  • S81 – F7010 Analog Addressable Device Control Card – System Sensor Protocol

    Smoke, temperature, combined detectors, push buttons, command modules, and managing modules are available with this protocol.

    Through two connection and feeder cables, the card communicates with all devices connected on the loop, periodically polling them or receiving calls (interrupt) from the devices that have detected a status variation.

    Alarming occurs after the information has been processed, through specific algorithms for the devices; e.g. smoke detectors can provide dynamic alarm thresholds that adjust themselves to compensate for optic sensing element contamination.

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  • S81 – F7012 Analog Addressable Device Control Card – System Sensor Protocol – UL Listed

    The S81-F7012 card controls one SLC loop with System Sensor devices, such as smoke detectors, heat detectors, multi-criteria detectors, control modules, monitor modules, and pull stations. Each loop operates in the CLIP polling protocol and is capable of supporting 99 addressable modules and 99 addressable detectors (any combination of modules and detectors) for a total of 198 points per loop.

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  • S81 – F7001 Card, Control of Addressable & Analog Devices, DCP Protocol

    The card communicates, through the DCP protocol of HOCKIKI America, with all the devices on a loop, periodically polling them or receiving calls (interrupts) from the devices that have detected a status variation.

    Alarming occurs after the information has been processed, through specific algorithms for the devices; e.g. smoke detectors can provide dynamic alarm thresholds that adjust themselves to compensate for optic sensing element contamination.

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  • S81 – F7002 Analog Addressable Device Control Card - ESP Protocol

    The Control card for devices that are addressable through the HOCHIKI ESP protocol. SMOKE, TEMPERATURE

    and COMBINED fire detectors, as well as PUSHBUTTONS and CONTROL MODULES, with monitored and non-monitored lines, are available with the ESP protocol.

    Its periodically polling the devices or receiving calls (interrupts) from the devices that have detected a status variation. Alarming occurs after the information has been processed, through specific algorithms for the devices.

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