COOPER Addressable Non-Networkable Panel

1 Loop card inbuild,200 addressable points,Touch Screen Analogue Addressable Fire Panel with 16 Zone Fire LED’s.Requires network card (COFDF6100NETKIT) additionally for networking
Cooper CF 1100 Series

The basics of fire detection A control panel is the hub of the detection system. All the devices which are part of the fire detection system are connected to this central panel which processes the signals received from the input devices and gives out signals to the output devices. Input devices such as detectors measure signals of combustion and communicate with panels, which in turn trigger output devices such as an audible or visual alarm device. Fire alarm panels can be further sub segmented into addressable or conventional panels. There are various types of fire detection systems each suited to different applications or building types. A fire detection system can vary significantly in both complexity and price, from a single panel with a detector and sounder in a small commercial property to a complex intelligent addressable system in a multi-occupancy building. A fire detection system can comprise of detection devices, notification devices and manual callpoints. The size of the building determines the number of detectors that would be required. The system works via the control panel receiving signals from the detection devices and then sending transmitting signals to the notification devices

Intelligent addressable systems overcome the limitations of conventional systems as each fire detector or call point is electronically coded with a unique identification or ‘address’ which is programmed into the device during installation. By using each devices’ unique address, the control panel is able to conduct two way communication with any of the addressable devices connected to the system. Under normal conditions the control panel continuously interrogates each device in sequence and analyses the reply to determine the status of each detector or call point. The panel checks whether each device is functioning correctly and also the amount of smoke or heat that the device is currently sensing. With the functionality of being able to pinpoint exactly which device is being triggered in an alarm or for a fault, addressable systems are perfect for mid to large size builds with multiple rooms and floors.

The CF1000VDS range is available as a high specification 1 or 2 loop intelligent addressable control panel, offering sophisticated functionality with simple end user operation.

The simplicity of operation, powerful cause and effect programming capability and competitive pricing make the system suitable for a wide
range of small to medium sized projects. CF1000VDS uses soft addressing to minimise installation time and remove the potential for error associated with manual addressing.

These panels can operate as a stand alone panel or as part of a network with the Cooper range of CF3000 panels or other CF1000VDS panels (additional network card required).

The CF1000VDS range of panels have an integral power supply and are supplied with batteries as standard.

An extensive range of compatible intelligent addressable system ancillaries are available to work with the CF1000VDS range all of which incorporate an integral short circuit isolator to provide maximum protection against short circuit faults on the loop.

Features

  • Available in 1 and 2 loop versions
  • Up to 200 addresses per loop
  • Full network capability up to 126 panels
  • Soft addressing
  • Large versatile touch-screen user interface
  • Multi-language selection capability
  • Integral battery and power supply
  • Flexible cause and effect programming

Benefits

  • Simple to operate end user touch-screen interface
  • Flexible distributed network capability
  • Full range of compatible accessories
  • Easy to design system cause and effect using site installer software
  • Full system integrity with Cooper developed protocol

Compliant for the German market – VDS certified

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