NOTIFIER, part of the Honeywell Life Safety Group, introduces the new, UL 864 Ninth Edition listed NFS2-3030 intelligent fire-alarm control panel.
The NFS2-3030, with its tremendous point capacity and powerful programming options, is the ideal choice for large-scale applications (such as malls) requiring custom solutions and superior performance. The NFS2-3030, part of NOTIFIERâ€™s ONYX Series, offers exclusive technologies that maximize system capacity, speed alarm response, and simplify maintenance and usability. It also features a modular design, multiple display options, and the power and sophistication synonymous with the ONYX Series.
The NFS2-3030 supports up to 10 Signaling Line Circuits (SLCs), for a maximum capacity of 3,180 intelligent devices (159 sensors/159 modules per SLC). The NFS2-3030 offers built-in Notification Appliance Circuits (NAC) synchronization protocol for System Sensor, Wheelock, and Gentex horns, strobes and horn/strobes. The NFS2-3030 is easily expanded via the NOTIâ€¢FIREâ€¢NET intelligent fire-alarm network to accommodate facility expansion or campus-style applications.
The NFS2-3030 offers an optional integrated digital voice evacuation system, ONYX Digital Voice Command (DVC). This digital audio evacuation, paging and firefighterâ€™s telephone system uses eight channels of audio to deliver live, high-quality emergency paging while simultaneously broadcasting multiple, distinct messages throughout an entire facility or selected areas.
The NFS2-3030 also features NOTIFIERâ€™s patented FlashScan intelligent device polling protocol, which exceeds worldwide code requirements for response time. This, combined with ONYX Intelligent Sensing technologyâ€”an integral part of all ONYX Series panelsâ€”ensures a faster response to smoke and heat conditions while substantially reducing nuisance alarms. With the NFS2-3030â€™s auto-program feature, fire protection can be established in seconds.
The 640-character LCD display, highly intuitive menu options, and built-in QWERTY keypad make it easier for facility managers to perform basic programming and maintenance functions, such as enabling/disabling of points and detector sensitivity testing.