Potter Addressable Fire Alarm Panels

PFC-6800

PFC-6800The PFC-6800 is a single loop expandable up to eight loop analog/addressable fire alarm control panel. This panel uses the Potter/Nohmi device protocol that has a complete line of initiating and controlling devices. The SLC is capable of 50 ohms of resistance and does not require the use of shielded or twisted wire. The on board SLC (signaling line circuit) can support 127 of any combination of smoke sensors, modules, or heat detectors. Up to six additional SLC cards may be added in the control panel.

he on board Signaling Line Circuit (SLC) supports 127 of any combination of smoke sensors, heat detectors or modules. You can add up to six additional SLC cards to the control panel. Some or all of the SLC cards can be remotely installed to provide an additional 127 points that brings the total system capacity to 1,016 points. The PFC-6800 has a metal cabinet with a key lock and a dead front standard. The cabinet can house 8 Ah or 18 Ah batteries and the panel has the power to charge up to 55 Ah batteries. The large LCD and window allows easy viewing of the system status and the standard LEDs. The keypad gives you easy operation and navigation of the system menu. The panel has auto-programming learn mode that will not affect the existing system when adding or deleting a device. The system is capable of 1,500 software zones, cross zoning, and counting zones. The panel is fully programmed from a PC based software program that will work with Microsoft XP, Vista or Windows 7.0 operating systems. The PFC-6800 has an Ethernet connection for programming network connectivity and IP reporting communicator. The system uses a simple patch cable for connecting a PC to the panel. In addition, the system may be  connected to a building network and programmed while on the network. The system also has a built in email function that will send system email reminders.

Features:

  • 127 points expandable to 1,016 by use of seven SLCE cards
  • 10 Amp Power Supply
  • 6 NACs regulated, rated at 3 amps each
  • 4 multifunctional input/output (I/O) circuits for flexibility rated at 1 amp each
  • Strobe synchronization for Potter/AMSECO, Gentex, Cooper/Wheelock and System Sensor
  • 1,500 Software zones for versatile installation options
  • 4×40 LCD and keypad for easy operation
  • Dual P-Link communication circuits for annunciation and accessories
  • Optional dual line digital alarm communicator reports by panel zone or point ID
  • Ethernet port for programming, reporting and network connectivity
  • Email system status, reports and event information
  • Built-in IP communicator supports report by point, zone or panel
  • Size (W x H x D): 17 ⅝” x 26” x 3 ¾”

Additional information about the PFC-6800 can be found in the Potter Installation, Operation, and Programming Manual.

PFC-6200

PFC-6200The PFC-6200 is a single loop expandable up to two loop analog/addressable fire alarm control panel. The panel utilizes the Potter/Nohmi device protocol that has a complete line of initiating and control devices. The SLC ( signaling line circuit) is capable of 50 ohms of resistance and does not require the use of shielded or twisted wire. The on board SLC supports 127 of any combination of heat detectors, modules, or smoke sensors. Additional SLC can be added in the control panel or can also be remotely installed to provide an additional 127 points bringing the total system capacity to 254 points. The panel has auto-programming learn mode that will not affect the existing system when adding or deleting a device. The system is capable of 99 software zones, counting zones, and cross zoning. The panel is fully programmed from a PC based software program that works with Microsoft XP, Windows 7.0, and Vista operating systems. The PFC-6200 has an Ethernet connection for programming network connectivity and IP reporting communicator. The system uses a simple patch cable for connecting a PC to the panel. Additionally, the system can be connected to a building network and be programmed while on the network. The system has a built-in email function and will send system email reminders. The IP communicator is listed with the Sur-Guard III IP receiver. The panel will support P-Link devices which include: the RA-6500 and LED-16 Annunciators, RLY 5 Relay Module, SPG-1000 Serial Parallel Gateway (printer card), an FCB-1000 Remote Ethernet/IP connection, DRV-50 LED driver for 50 LEDs, PSN-1000 Remote Power Supplies (10 Amp) and FIB-1000 P-Link Fiber Interface Module. The panel also allows for the installation of the UD-1000 dual line telephone line digital alarm communicator transmitter (DACT).

Features:

  • 127 points expandable to 254 by use of one SLCE card
  • 5 Amp Power Supply
  • 2 NACs regulated, rates at 3 amps each
  • 2 input/output (I/O) circuits for flexibility rated at 1 amp each
  • Strobe synchronization for Potter/AMSECO, Gentex, Cooper/Wheelock and System Sensor
  • 99 Software zones for versatile installation options
  • 4×40 LCD and keypad for easy operation
  • Smoke Detector Drift Compensation
  • NFPA Compliant Smoke Sensitivity Test Built-In
  • Optional dual line digital alarm communicator reports by panel zone or point ID
  • P-Link communication line for up to 31 accessories
  • Ethernet port for programming, reporting, and network connectivity
  • Email system status, reports and event information
  • Built-in IP communicator supports report by zone, panel or point
  • Size (W x H x D): 17 ⅝” x 26” x 3 ¾”

Additional information about the PFC-6200 can be found in the Potter Installation, Operation, and Programming Manual.

PFC-6075

pfc-6075The PFC-6075 is a versatile seventy-five point analog/addressable fire alarm control panel that utilizes the Potter/Nohmi device protocol that has a complete line of initiating and control devices. The SLC is capable of 50 ohms of resistance and doesn’t require the use of shielded or twisted wire. The signaling line circuit may be any combination of smoke sensors, modules, and heat detectors. The PFC-6075 has a metal cabinet with key lock and a dead front standard. The cabinet can house 8 Ah or 18 Ah batteries. The large viewing window allows easy viewing of the LCD and standard LEDs. The keypad makes for easy operation and navigation of the system menu. The panel has a 5 amp power supply with two notification circuits that are each rated at 3 amps and two Input/Output (I/O) circuits each rated at 1 amp. All of the outputs are power limited, power regulated and may be programmed for Potter/AMSECO, Gentex, Cooper Wheelock and System Sensor strobe synchronization. The outputs can also be configured for door holder power, auxiliary power and constant power. The panel has auto-programming learn mode that will not auxiliary power and constant power. The panel has auto-programming learn mode that will not affect the existing system when adding or deleting a device. The system is capable of 99 software zones, cross zoning, and counting zones. The panel is fully programmed from a PC based software program that will work with Windows 7.0, Vista, and Microsoft XP operating systems. The PFC-6075 has an Ethernet connection used for programming IP reporting communicator and network connectivity. The system uses a simple patch cable used to connect a PC to the panel. Additionally, the system may be connected to a building network and programmed while on the network. The system has a built in email function that will send system email reminders.

Features:

  • 75 Analog/Addressable points in any combination
  • 5 Amp power supply
  • 4 NACS, 2 regulated, rated at 3 Amps each and 2 input/output (I/O) circuits rated at 1 Amp each
  • Strobe synchronization and system wide sync for Potter/AMSECO, Gentex, Cooper Wheelock and System Sensor strobes
  • 99 Software Zones
  • Large LCD and keypad for ease of operation
  • Cabinet with enclosure rather than a cabinet that will house 8 or 18 AH batteries
  • Dead front cabinet for clean look
  • Smoke detector drift compensation and maintenance alerts
  • NFPA 72 compliant smoke sensitivity test built-in
  • System wide class A or class B
  • 1,000 event history buffer
  • Optional two line DACT (UD-1000)
  • P-Link communication line for annunciators and accessories
  • Ethernet port for programming and network connectivity
  • Email system status, reports, and event information
  • Integrated, listed IP communicator
  • Size (W x H x D): 16” x 17” x 3 ⅞”

Additional information about the PFC-6075 can be found in the Potter Installation, Operation, and Programming Manual.