2 A World of SolutionsDelivering Innovative Life Safety Products for over 50 yearsGlobal Presence, Local KnowledgeOver 400 independent global business partners (ESDs)Fully backed by NOTIFIERFire AlarmControl PanelsEmergency Communications SystemsFire Alarm NetworkingVoice Evacuation SystemsGas DetectionAdvanced Fire & Smoke DetectionReleasing PanelsFlame DetectionFrom one of the first addressable systems introduced to the industry, to integrated voice evacuation, to networked FACPs, to advanced detection, to gas & flame detection, to wayfinding (FirstVision) NOTIFIER is the leader in life safety technology. Our network of Global ESDs provide the local knowledge needed to install, maintain and service our life safety systems in accordance with applicable local codes and requirements. If/when additional help is required NOTIFIER is here to assist our partners with; technical support, application support, design assistance, drawings, programming, field support, etc…Leaders in Life. Safety. Technology
3 ONYX® Series Comprehensive Line of Life Safety Control Panels This picture shows the scope of NOTIFIERs life safety offering. FACPs, ONYXWorks, Intelligent Aspiration, standard detection, advanced detection, gas & flame detection, FirstVision and notification appliances.Comprehensive Line of Life Safety Control PanelsAnd Peripheral Devices
4 NOTIFIER Annual Distributor Conference October 3-6, 2004NFS-320Single SLC Loop Addressable Life Safety SystemMaximum 159 addressable detectors & 159 addressable modulesStandalone panel or networkable via Noti-Fire-NetStandard and Advanced Detection CapabilitiesMultiple Off-Premise Communication OptionsMultiple Integration OptionsTypical ApplicationsThe NFS-320 series consists of single loop panels geared for but not limited to these applications. It can also be used as a node/panel on Noti-Fire-Net, whether for smaller buildings on a campus or distributed throughout a hi-rise for added survivability. With the exception of the NFS-320SYS the NFS-320 ships as a complete unit; CPU on a chassis in enclosure with 80-character display keypad and a dress panel.Typical Applications:• K-12 Schools • Standalone Retail• Small Commercial• Strip Malls • Restaurants
5 NOTIFIER Annual Distributor Conference October 3-6, 2004NFS2-640Single or Dual SLC Loop Addressable Life Safety SystemMaximum 318 addressable detectors & 318 addressable modulesStandalone system or networkable via Noti-Fire-NetStandard and Advanced Detection CapabilitiesIntegrated Digital Voice OptionMultiple Off-Premise Communication OptionsMultiple Integration OptionsTypical ApplicationsThe NFS2-640 series consists of 1-2 loop panels geared for but not limited to these applications. It can also be used as a node/panel on Noti-Fire-Net, whether for smaller buildings on a campus or distributed throughout a hi-rise for added survivability. The NFS2-640 series is modular allowing it to be configured to meet any application.Typical Applications:• Commercial Offices • Educational Buildings• Assisted Living Facilities• Strip Malls • Hotels
6 NOTIFIER Annual Distributor Conference October 3-6, 2004NFS2-3030Multiple Loop Addressable Life Safety SystemUp to 10 SLC loops1,590 addressable detectors & 1,590 addressable modulesStandalone panel or networkable via Noti-Fire-NetStandard & Advanced Detection CapabilitiesIntegrated Digital Voice OptionListed for releasing applicationsOptional addressable 4-20 mA analog input moduleMultiple Off-Premise Communication OptionsMultiple Integration OptionsThe NFS series consists of 1-10 loop panels geared for but not limited to these applications. It can also be used as a node/panel on Noti-Fire-Net. The NFS series is modular allowing it to be configured to meet any application.Typical Applications:• High Rise Buildings • College/University Campus• Hospitals • Airports • Hotels• Shopping Malls • Sports Arenas • Manufacturing Facilities
7 NOTIFIER Annual Distributor Conference October 14-17, 2007ONYX® Series FeaturesFeatureNFS-320NFS2-640NFS2-3030Signaling Line Circuit (SLC)1 SLC1 SLC, expandable to 2Up to 10 SLC LoopsMaximum number of intelligent pointsUp to 318 (159 detectors and 159 modules)Up to 636 (159 detectors/159 modules per SLC)Up to 3,180 (159 dets./159 mods. per SLC)Networkable (via NOTI•FIRE•NET)Audio EvacuationFirstCommand Side Car AudioOptional Integrated Digital Voice Command (DVC)Programmable software zones99 (plus 16 special programming zones)>2000 (plus 22 special programming zones)Event History Capacity/Alarm-Only800/2004,000/1,000ApprovalsUL, ULCFDNY, CSFMFM, Marine, SeismicThe ONYX series all program using the VeriFire Tools programming utility (or via the front keypad), network using the same network card and have common programming parameters and input and output devices. This commonality makes our ESDs efficient in their design, installation, programming and maintenance of our Life Safety Systems.
8 ONYX® Series Addressable Devices NOTIFIER Annual Distributor ConferenceONYX® Series Addressable DevicesOctober 3-6, 2004DetectorsAcclimate® PlusSmoke / heat detectorIntelliQuad™4-sensor fire detectorIntelliQuad™ PLUSCombination fire & Carbon Monoxide detectorVIEW ® (Laser) DetectorIntelligent FAAST AspirationIonization DetectorHeat DetectorsDuct DetectorBeam DetectorsPhotoelectric SeriesModulesPull StationControl ModuleReleasing ModuleDual Monitor ModuleDual Input/Dual Relay ModuleClass A/B Input ModuleClass B Mini-Module4-20 mA analog input ModuleNFS onlyRelay ModuleTwo-wire Smoke Detector ModuleIsolator ModuleFull range of detectors for standard and environmentally challenging applications. Full range of modules for monitoring inputs and controlling outputs, including the FCM-1-REL Releasing Module (dedicated for releasing functions and requires a redundant/second command from the panel before activating) and FMM-4-20 that can interface to any 4-20 mA device (NFS only).Comprehensive Line of AddressableSmoke, Gas, Heat and Integration Devices
9 ONYX® Series Backwards Compatibility NOTIFIER Annual Distributor ConferenceOctober 3-6, 2004ONYX® Series Backwards CompatibilityExisting legacy devices compatible with the ONYX SeriesMakes upgrades and retrofits more cost effective and less time consumingMinimal Interruption to normal facility operationReuse FACP enclosureTwo exceptions to support of legacy addressable devices; BGX-10 series and LPX-751 laser detector.
11 LEDSIGN Gateway (LEDSIGN-GW) NOTIFIER Annual Distributor ConferenceOctober 3-6, 2004LEDSIGN Gateway (LEDSIGN-GW)Ethernet IP Gateway for connection to Inova Solutions LED signsDetailed event messages to applicable signs, alert messages to other signsEach LEDSIGN-GW can drive up to ten signs, each sign can display a different message based on the event and programming. When used in network applications with an NFN-GW the NFN-GW supports 150 LEDSIGN-GWs. When used with ONYXWorks the messages can be overridden from the workstation.
12 VESDA HLI GatewayCommunication link between Noti-Fire-Net and VESDAnetMonitor and control up to 100 detectorsEnables event notification and control of devices on the VESDAnet through the NFN networkUp to 100 DevicesProtocol TranslatorHigh Level GatewayNCMEmbedded Gateway (Optional)The VESDA HLI GW allows VESDAnet to be linked to the Noti-Fire-Net (NFN) network allowing NFN display nodes to annunciate VESDAnet events with Read Status (view the alarm state, smoke levels, etc…) and Control capabilities (reset, isolate/enable/, silence, acknowledge).VESADANetNOTI-FIRE-NETWORK STATION (Optional)
13 NOTIFIER Web Server Gateway (NWS-3) NOTIFIER Annual Distributor ConferenceOctober 3-6, 2004NOTIFIER Web Server Gateway (NWS-3)Access FACP status remotely over the internet or intranetSend automatic s or text messages (up to 50)The webserver connects direct to a panel or sits on NFN and allows authorized users to view panel history information remotely, it also has the ability to send up to 50 s; 10 profiles with up to 5 users per profile, each profile can be set, the settings determine what type of events the users will receive an for. Great Tool for both end-users (notify Facilities Maintenance personel of alarm or trouble conditions) and ESDs (view site history before going to a site, knowing what’s in trouble could enable the ESD to bring the appropriate equipment to the site).View History RemotelyProfile Configurations
14 BACnet Gateway (BACNET-GW-3) NOTIFIER Annual Distributor ConferenceOctober 3-6, 2004BACnet Gateway (BACNET-GW-3)Interface between an ONYX Series panel or NOTI•FIRE•NET and a network using the BACnet/IP communication protocolPanel information available to BACnet /IP ClientThe BACnet GW enables NOTIFIER panels to be integrated with BACnet front-ends, often used in with Building Management Systems.
15 MODBUS Gateway (MODBUS-GW) NOTIFIER Annual Distributor ConferenceOctober 3-6, 2004MODBUS Gateway (MODBUS-GW)Provides a communication link between networks that use the Modbus/TCP communication protocol and Fire Alarm Control Panels (FACPs) resident on an NFN networkThe MODBUS GW enables NOTIFIER panels to be integrated with MODBUS front-ends, often used in Industrial Applications.
16 Common Alerting Protocol Gateway (CAP-GW) NOTIFIER Annual Distributor ConferenceOctober 3-6, 2004Common Alerting Protocol Gateway (CAP-GW)Translates event information to industry standard CAP messages for use with CAP-compliant systemsThe CAP GW enables NOTIFIER panels to be integrated with CAP compliant consumers. The Common Alerting Protocol (CAP) gateway is a “swiss army knife” integration module. Similar to other industry standard communications protocols such as BACNET and Modbus, CAP was developed by the US Government to be a common communications protocol for the exchange of emergency messages. NOTIFIER’s CAP gateway provides one-way communication of emergency messages from the fire alarm control panel to any CAP-compliant product. Examples include emergency LED beacons such as ALERTUS and distributed messaging software products such as AtHoc. Currently AtHoc is the only product that has been certified as compatible with NOTIFIER’s CAP gateway.
17 ONYX® Intelligent Sensing and Advanced Detection
18 ONYX Series Intelligent Sensing NOTIFIER Annual Distributor ConferenceOctober 3-6, 2004ONYX Series Intelligent SensingA suite of advanced specialty detectors allowing system designers to provide life safety protection in standard and challenging environmentsACCLIMATE ® PlusIntelliQuad™ PLUSIntelliQuad™Intelligent FAAST (FSA-8000)VIEW®These specialty detectors enable a system designer to provide life safety protection even in the most challenging environments; whether a sleeping room where they wish to insure that it’s a true alarm before sounding a general alarm (Acclimate Plus with pre-alarm for smoke and general alarm on heat), to a mechanical room or loading dock that may experience nuisance alarms (IntelliQuad that looks for smoke, heat, IR and CO), to VIEW for extremely sensitive protection in small server rooms or racks, to IntelliQuad Plus that provides a separate indication for CO, to Intelligent FAAST for very early warning addressable aspiration or for environmentally challenging environments.
19 Acclimate Plus ® Multi-Criteria Detector NOTIFIER Annual Distributor ConferenceOctober 3-6, 2004Acclimate Plus ® Multi-Criteria DetectorCombination of photoelectric and thermal sensing increases immunity to false alarmsInternal microprocessor adjusts sensitivity based on the environment without human intervention or control panel programmingPhotoelectric detector sensitivity to smoke increases with sensed rise in heatCapable of a heat-only modeLow-Temp Trouble indication (at 40 F)Photo-Thermal combo detector, the chamber “acclimates” itself to the current environment. Commonly used in applications, such as sleeping rooms, where the detector is configured to provide a Pre-Alarm event for smoke (notify onsite personnel to respond to the event) and provide a General Alarm for heat.Typical Applications:• Sleeping roomsPre-Alarm for smoke with General Alarm for heat
20 IntelliQuad™ Multi-Criteria Detector NOTIFIER Annual Distributor ConferenceNOTIFIER Annual Distributor ConferenceOctober 3-6, 2004October 14-17, 2007IntelliQuad™ Multi-Criteria DetectorUses four sensing elements working together to address each element of a fireThe panel threshold can be chosen based on the environment – sensing element weighting varies by levelPhotoelectric smoke sensing(Particulate)Thermal heat sensing(Heat)Infra-red light sensingCO sensing(CO)(Light from flame)Advanced time & logic functions(Coordination)The IntelliQuad’s four sensing elements comprise an electrochemical CO cell, a Photoelectric chamber for smoke sensing, Thermisters for heat detection, and finally, an Infrared sensor to detect flame signatures. All of these elements work together through advanced time and logic algorithms to discriminate and provide an accurate determination of a true fire event vs. a nuisance condition. Commonly used in applications prone to nuisance alarms.Note: Not a CO detector, the presence of CO alone will not activate the detector. Use the IntelliQuad PLUS detector for Fire/CO detection.Typical Applications:• Mechanical Rooms • Kitchens• Restrooms • Laundries20
21 VIEW ® (Very Intelligent Early Warning) NOTIFIER Annual Distributor ConferenceNOTIFIER Annual Distributor ConferenceOctober 14-17, 2007October 3-6, 2004VIEW ® (Very Intelligent Early Warning)Ideal for critical applications where even a trace of undetected smoke is unacceptableSystem FeaturesLaser light source and patented optical designSensitivity that is 10 to 50 times higher than photoelectric technologyBenefitsVery early warningIndividual point annunciationTypical applications are telecommunication and data processing areas.Typical Applications:• Server Rooms • Electrical Equipment Rooms21
22 IntelliQuad™ PLUS Photoelectric / CO Detector NOTIFIER Annual Distributor ConferenceNOTIFIER Annual Distributor ConferenceOctober 14-17, 2007October 3-6, 2004IntelliQuad™ PLUS Photoelectric / CO DetectorUses four sensing elements working together to address each element of a fire: Photo, CO, Thermal and IRThe carbon monoxide sensor provides a separate CO signal to the panelCan be configured with an intelligent sounder base to produce distinct audible alertsTemp-3 for fireTemp-4 for COIdeal for applications that require both smoke and CO detectionWith B200S Sounder BaseCombination Fire/CO detector, provides a separate indication for CO. Combines four sensing elements, all of these elements work together through advanced time and logic algorithms to discriminate and provide an accurate determination of a true fire event vs. a nuisance alarm condition. CO can be programmed for CO alarm or CO supervisory. UL 268 (smoke) and 2075 (CO) listed.Ideal for any application requiring Fire/CO detection; most states have some level of legislation requiring CO detection. Combined with the B200S sounder base it can be installed in one junction box alleviating the need and cost of multiple devices (smoke det, CO det and horn) and provide a more aesthetically pleasing look (one device versus three).Typical Applications:• Residential • Hospitality • Dormitories22
23 Intelligent FAAST (FSA-8000) Addressable Aspiration NOTIFIER Annual Distributor ConferenceOctober 3-6, 2004Intelligent FAAST (FSA-8000) Addressable AspirationConnects directly to NOTIFIER ONYX series addressable fire alarm control panels via the Signaling Line Circuit (SLC loop)No interface cards or monitor modules requiredReduced equipment costs and installation timeReal-time information of early warning smoke and fire conditions transmitted to fire alarm control panelAddressable spot smoke detection and aspiration in a single panel!Sits on SLC with other standard devicesSPOTPULL STATIONPANELSFSA-8000Intelligent FAAST sits right on the SLC loop and communicates to the panel as if it were 5 independent addressable smoke detectors, these addresses can be used to activate output programming just like the addressable spot detectors.No need to purchase, install, wire, program and potentially troubleshoot any modules, interface cards or high level gateways.
25 Gas & Flame DetectionBroad range of Gas & Flame detection options to meet the needs of any commercial or industrial applicationHoneywell AnalyticsGas DetectionParking GaragesKitchensBattery / UPS RoomsBoiler RoomsRefineriesFueling StationsAirport HangarsPetroChemPaint BoothsRefrigerationPoolsFire SentryFlame DetectionOur relationship with Honeywell Analytics enables our ESDs to have access to HA’s broad range of gas & flame detection devices that can be applied in both commercial and industrial applications. Honeywell Analytics can also assist ESDs with training, design and application, and troubleshooting assistance to insure that the system has been properly designed for the application.Combine Gas and Flame Protection with your ONYX Series Life Safety System for a total solution; eliminate the need for separate systems
26 ONYX Series Gas Detection NOTIFIER Annual Distributor ConferenceOctober 3-6, 2004ONYX Series Gas DetectionONYX Series (NFS-320/NFS2-640/NFS2-3030)UL ‘Non-Monitor’ Listed for Gas DetectionMonitor normally-open contact type devicesNFS2-3030FM6320 Approved Gas Detection System with FMM-4-20 moduleCan interface to any industry-standard, 4-20 mA protocol sensor: Gas, Oxygen, Temperature etc…The NFS is an FM6320 Approved Gas Detection system when used with the FMM-4-20 module. The FMM-4-20 module can interface to any industry standard linear scale 4-20 mA protocol sensors. The entire ONYX series panels can be used to monitor normally-open contact gas detectors, UL Non Monitor listed.
29 Emergency Communication Systems Any system that is organized for the primary purpose of supporting one and two-way communication of emergency messages between both individuals and groups.These systems are commonly designed to integrate messaging across a variety of technologies, forming a unified system intended to optimize communications during emergencies.Since the DVC system can be expanded via NFN there’s really no limit to scope of the system. From a single building, to a large manufacturing or educational campus the system can be configured to meet a facilities present ECS needs and be easily expanded to meet their future ECS needs.
30 ECS Becoming a Code Driven Requirement NFPA 72, 2010 & 2013 Editions, Chapter 24 – Emergency Communications SystemsUL2572, Mass Notification SystemsUnited Facilities Criteria (UFC)IBC (2012) Educational (Group E) - schools and day care centers up to the 12th grade…Since the DVC system can be expanded via NFN there’s really no limit to scope of the system. From a single building, to a large manufacturing or educational campus the system can be configured to meet a facilities present ECS needs and be easily expanded to meet their future ECS needs.
31 IBC Group E – K-12 & Day Care “ Group E. A manual fire alarm system that initiates the occupant notification signal utilizing an emergency voice / alarm communication system meeting the requirements of Section and installed in accordance with Section shall be installed in Group E occupancies. When automatic sprinkler systems or smoke detectors are installed, such systems or detectors shall be connected to the building fire alarm system.”Since the DVC system can be expanded via NFN there’s really no limit to scope of the system. From a single building, to a large manufacturing or educational campus the system can be configured to meet a facilities present ECS needs and be easily expanded to meet their future ECS needs.
32 This is good – but it is not enough Addressing The RiskMany facilities are focusing on physical security – “hardening” their buildingsAccess controlBulletproof glassVideo surveillanceSecurity guardsThis is good – but it is not enoughSince the DVC system can be expanded via NFN there’s really no limit to scope of the system. From a single building, to a large manufacturing or educational campus the system can be configured to meet a facilities present ECS needs and be easily expanded to meet their future ECS needs.
33 ECS Goes Above and Beyond Adding ECS ensures the ability to communicate before, during and after emergenciesECS from NOTIFIER provides the same level of integrity, survivability and supervision our customers have come to expect from their fire alarm systemSince the DVC system can be expanded via NFN there’s really no limit to scope of the system. From a single building, to a large manufacturing or educational campus the system can be configured to meet a facilities present ECS needs and be easily expanded to meet their future ECS needs.
34 NOTIFIER ECS: Digital Voice Command (DVC) NOTIFIER Annual Distributor ConferenceOctober 3-6, 2004NOTIFIER ECS: Digital Voice Command (DVC)Integrate with single FACP or part of Noti-Fire-Net8 channel digital audioSupports Firefighters TelephoneLocal or Remote PagingAnalog Audio OptionVoice over IP OptionIntegration with Third Party Systems: LED signage and Whelen “Giant Voice” outdoor speakersFull line of indoor and outdoor speakersThe DVC can be used to provide emergency voice evacuation for fire and other emergencies. It can be an integral part of an Emergency Communication System or Mass Notification System. It can be interfaced with third party system such as paging systems and other voice systems; as long as the third party system can provide an acceptable input signal or our output can be configured (stepped down with an ACT or other transformer) to be an acceptable input to a third party system . It can also play background music.DVC can support 8 messages simultaneously to 8 different audio zones.Supports 5 active firefighters telephone channels, each with up to 7 active phones for a total of 35 active phones.Typical Applications:• High Rise Buildings • College/University Campus• Hospitals • Airports • Hotels• Shopping Malls • Sports Arenas • Manufacturing Facilities
35 NOTIFIER ECS: DVCUp to 32 Digital Audio Amplifiers can be connected to a DVC centerEach Digital Audio Amplifier is configurable as a primary or backup amplifierLarger applications can be accommodated with additional DVC centersEach networked DVC adds support for another 32 Digital Audio AmplifiersApplications requiring hundreds of audio zones can be created by networking DVC centers over NOTI•FIRE•NET™NOTI•FIRE•NET with DVC providesAdded survivability and scalabilityMultiple command center supportSystem expansionSince the DVC system can be expanded via NFN there’s really no limit to scope of the system. From a single building, to a large manufacturing or educational campus the system can be configured to meet a facilities present ECS needs and be easily expanded to meet their future ECS needs.
36 NOTI•FIRE•NET with DVC Backbone of a robust Emergency Communications SystemsAdded survivability and scalabilityMultiple command center supportEasily expandableDAAONYX FACPNFNExamples of multiple DVCs distributed across Noti-Fire-Net.
37 DVC Third Party Integration DVC audio can be integrated into Third Party systems, such as Whelen Giant VoiceAbility to activate the Whelen system with high level audio from a speaker circuitProprietary NOTIFIER ~ Whelen interfaceNo control modules required!DVC audio can integrated into third party systems such Whelen Giant Voice, in this example the Whelen system includes a auxiliary board that senses audio and activates the speakers attached to the Whelen system to play the DVC message. DVC activates, a message plays on DAA2, the DAA2 speaker circuit activates the aux board on Whelen, Whelen plays the message to the appropriate speakers based on programming.
38 DVC Third Party Integration Third Party Audio, such as Whelen Giant Voice, can be easily integrated into the DVCIn this example audio from Whelen in being brought into the DVC Aux A input; Aux Accepts 1 volt-peak-to-peak audio or 600 Ohm line level audio. The monitor module activates when the Whelen system activates and is used in the DVC programming to activate the appropriate speaker circuits.The DVC also has an AUX B input that accepts 12 volt peak-to-peak audio; a relay would be needed to activate a monitor module to activate the DVC.
39 NOTIFY-IPNOTIFY-IP is a system of interconnected software and hardware that broadcasts live or prerecorded voice messages on DVCsRequires ONYXWorksNOTIFY-IP gives you:Wide Area CapabilityCountry to CountryState to StateCity to CityLarge CampusesNOTIFY-IP is setting within ONYXWorks (needs to be ordered or added to OW) that enables wide area voice paging capability.
40 NOTIFIER ECS: NOTIFY-IP ONYXWorks TM with Notify IPDVC w/NCA-2Attention…DAL (Digital Audio Loop)Noti-Fire-NetTMTCPIPDigital Series Amplifiers (up to 32)Configuration of NOTIFY-IP within ONYXWorks enables paging to all audio zones or selected audio zones. Refer to the NOTIFY-IP information for further information.DAL (Digital Audio Loop)DVC (Digital Voice Command) with NFN Gateway
41 FirstCommand Overview NOTIFIER Annual Distributor ConferenceOctober 14-17, 2012FirstCommand OverviewNew emergency communications system (ECS) from NOTIFIERAdds standalone or integrated emergency communications for voice evacuationDirect integration and control with select NOTIFIER addressable panelsWorks with any fire alarm control panel from any manufacturerExpands NOTIFIER’s ECS capability to meet the needs of any size projectWith DVC we have the ability to do very large audio applications, network capable, up to 8 channels of audio. FirstCommand is geared for single facility applications with single channel audio, with a full line of peripherals; Local Operator Consoles, Remote Page Units, Remote Microphones and Distributed Amplifiers are available to expand the system. Supports direct serial integration with the NFW2-100, NFS-320 and NFS2-640 enabling the panel to activate the appropriate messages to applicable speaker circuits based on programming.As FirstCommand can also be activated via supervised dry-contact inputs from a Notification Appliance Circuit allowing FirstCommand to be compatible for use any fire alarm control from any manufacturer.FirstCommand could be used as a standalone system used for paging, most paging systems do not provide supervision of the speaker circuits or provide battery backup like FirstCommand.Better serve small to medium size ECS applications
42 FirstCommand-50/100 with NFS-320 NOTIFIER Annual Distributor ConferenceOctober 3-6, 2004FirstCommand-50/100 with NFS-320Amber StrobeThreat/Evacuation buttonsSpeaker CircuitStrobe CircuitIn this example the NFS-320 could be the head-end of an integrated Emergency Communication System (ECS) or Mass Notification System (MNS), the NFC-50/100 provides a single channel of emergency voice (fire, as well as other messages…up to 14). “Threat” or “evacuation” buttons can be connect via monitor modules to activate a non-fire emergency voice message and activate LED signage and or different color strobes if applicable.The NFC-50/100 can be expanded up to 24 speaker circuits and 1100 watts of power with the Distributed Amplifiers. With the ability to record custom messages is any language FirstCommand can be employed in any region of the globe.FCPS-24S6Lighted Evacuation Sign
43 NOTIFIER ECS: Digital Intelligent Signage NOTIFIER Annual Distributor ConferenceOctober 3-6, 2004NOTIFIER ECS: Digital Intelligent SignageSupplements emergency voice messaging with visual signageFully integrated and supervised by ONYX panels and ONYXWorksUL-listed LED signs and ONYX gatewayIntelligent signage allows for pre-programmed or customizable emergency messages – examples:Security Breach ReportedLock DownAll ClearThe Intelligent Signage allows for emergency messages to be displayed throughout a facility for company personnel or visitorsThe digital intelligent signage is a part of the Distributed Recipient Mass Notification System and is another layer to ECS/MNS. Send the appropriate message or messages to the correct sign; each sign could receive could a different message based on the event. Messages can be changed from ONYXWorks allowing automatic messages to be overridden.Effective solution for the hearing impaired/high ambient noise areas
44 LEDSIGN-GW: ONYX integration gateway Up to10 LED signs per gatewayEach sign can display a unique message based on programmingEncrypted communications to the signBright LEDs with wide viewing angleEach LEDSIGN-GW can drive up to ten signs, each sign can display a different message based on the event and programming. When used in network applications with an NFN-GW the NFN-GW supports 150 LEDSIGN-GWs. When used with ONYXWorks the messages can be overridden from the workstation.
46 Fire Alarm & Emergency Communication Systems What is ECS and Why NOTIFIER?Fire Alarm & Emergency Communication SystemsONYXWorks TMNOTIFIER 3030 with Digital VoiceSpeakers & Speaker Strobes(Indoor Voice)WAN w/Live VoiceLED SignageOutdoor VoiceCAP GatewayFlameDetectionCO/Smoke DetectorsManualPull StationsThe Common Alerting Protocol (CAP) gateway is a “swiss army knife” integration module. Similar to other industry standard communications protocols such as BACNET and Modbus, CAP was developed by the US Government to be a common communications protocol for the exchange of emergency messages. NOTIFIER’s CAP gateway provides one-way communication of emergency messages from the fire alarm control panel to any CAP-compliant product. Examples include emergency LED beacons such as ALERTUS and distributed messaging software products such as AtHoc. Currently AtHoc is the only product that has been certified as compatible with NOTIFIER’s CAP gateway.
47 Deliver the right MESSAGE… at the right TIME… to the right AUDIENCE ECS SummaryMultiple communication paths for emergency warningIndoor and outdoor voiceLED SignsCommon Alerting Protocol interface to software productsNetwork-wide or single panelIntegration with third party systemsONYX Series panels and ONYXWorks are UL2572 listedONYXWorks is the first UL2572 listed Central Control StationComplete , integrated, supervised, battery backup ECS offering with the first UL 2572 listed Central Control Station.Deliver the right MESSAGE… at the right TIME… to the right AUDIENCE
49 Backbone of a robust Emergency Communications System NOTI-FIRE-NETUnites multiple NOTIFIER intelligent fire alarm control panels as oneLAN or WANConnect using wire, fiber or IPIndustry leading network node/panel capacity – up to nodes!All panels operate independently, yet cohesively, for unified responseEnhanced survivability – communications loss will not compromise life safetyNetwork-wide display and controlNoti-Fire-Nets supports the highest node/panel count in the fire/life safety industry. Supporting up to 200 nodes on a network allows the network to be easily expanded to meet the needs of any size application. With ONYXWorks and the NFN-GW-EM a system could be expanded to support two hundred 200 node networks (the local OW PC can support 200 nodes and OW can support 200 NFN-GW-EMs, each NFN-GW-EM supports up to 200 nodes; the NFN-GW-EM is considered a node).Backbone of a robust Emergency Communications System
50 NOTI-FIRE-NET Applications UniversitiesOfficesHotelsAirportsHospitalsSchoolsNFN is well suited for large applications, especially those applications looking for added survivability and looking to have a system that can be expanded to for ECS/MNS.
51 Network grows with you as your business needs expand NOTI-FIRE-NETBackward and forward compatibleSupports all NOTIFIER intelligent systemsNFS-320NFS/NFS2-640NFS/NFS2-3030NCA/NCA2Legacy ProductsAM2020/AFP-1010AFP-400/300AFP-200Noti-Fire-Net supports legacy and ONYX series panels for a backwards and forward compatible network that can be expanded as a facility or campus needs grow.Network grows with you as your business needs expand
52 Network Comparison: Standard vs High Speed FeatureStandardHigh SpeedNodes103200Nodes With DVC Support54Node Addresses per NCM12MediaWireMultimode FiberSinglemode FiberCommunication SpeedWire = 312.5KbMultimode Fiber = 312.5KbWire = 12MbMultimode Fiber = 100MbSinglemode Fiber = 100MbDistance3,000 ft maximumGauge14-18 AWGConfigurationPoint-to-Point and BusPoint-to-Point62.5/125µm8dB Limit10dB Limit50.0/125µm4.2dB Limit6.5dB LimitWavelength850nm1310nmConnector StyleSTLC9.0/125µmDiscontinued Converters30dB LimitBoth Standard and High Speed Noti-Fire-Net are supported. High speed supports higher node counts, no reduction to the number of nodes when using DVC, supports singlemode fiber, faster communication and higher db loss in fiber applications. Mixing of standard network cards and high speed network cards on the same network is not supported.
53 ONYXWorksNext generation in life safety and building systems integration for monitoring fire and securityCustom floor plans pinpoint the exact location of eventsControl of the system determined by user profilesUL 864 and 2572 listed2572 listed Central Control StationONYXWorks (OW) is a Graphical User Interface PC that allows the life safety devices to be populated onto floor plans and automatically annunciated on OW, the system will automatically zoom to the floor and device for system events (alarms, troubles, disables, etc…). The system operator, based on permissions of their user profile, can have control over the system allowing Acknowledge, Silence, Reset, Disable, Enable.
54 ONYXWorksGUI software that operates on Microsoft Windows 7 Professional that supports the following clients:Client SoftwareNOTIFY-IPONYX-NotifyONYX-PagerNFN GatewayStandard NFN and High Speed NFNReceivers GatewayIntegrate any fire and security system via a DACT (dialer) capable of Contact IDOptional clients are available to expand the capabilities of the system; wide are voice paging with NOTIFY-IP, s with ONYX-Notify, send messages to pagers with ONYX-Pager, remote monitoring with the NFN Gateway and the ability to integrate non-NOTIFIER panels into OMYXWorks via the receivers gateway.
55 ONYXWorks – Embedded Gateway The ONYXWorks can be connected via Ethernet IP using the NFN-GW-EM-3 to an entire NOTI-FIRE-NET network.The Ethernet IP connection can be on shared IP or private networkPerfect solution for wide area use andinterfacing with NOTIFY-IP and DVCsThe NFN-GW-EM-3 allows a single ONYX panel or an entire Noti-Fire-Net to be securely connected/monitored (potentially controlled) by ONYXWorks over an IP connection for remote. Ideal solution for monitoring due to geographic concerns (too far of a distance for wire or fiber) or where a site doesn’t have copper lines or fiber available. Enables the NOTIFY to be used for wide area networking.Any Town, Anywhere
56 Receivers GatewayAn intelligent gateway interface to digital alarm communicator receivers (DACR) for the ONYXWorks facilities monitoring workstationEnables the ONYXWorks workstation to monitor remote fire and security panels equipped with Contact ID capable digital alarm communicator transmitters (DACT) for real-time eventsCompatible with the Ademco 685, Silent Knight 9500 and 9800, Bosch D6600, and the Teldat Visor AlarmWith the receivers GW ONYXWorks can monitor in real time any panel capable of reporting contact ID format to a compatible receiver. Allows non-NOTIFIER panels to be monitored. No control capability from OW to panels reporting in via this GW.
58 FirstVision Revolutionary navigation tool for firefighters Intuitive and Interactive interface for firefighters – a tool for initial assessment and ongoing monitoringTouch screen PC that displays critical information from the ONYX fire systemFV was originally designed as wayfindning technology for firefighters. Building floor plans are loaded (similar to ONYXWorks) providing the location of emergency events as well as critical information about the building; type of structure, type of occupancy, number of occupants (day versus night), hazards, utility shutoffs, building contacts. Knowing the exact location can assist fire fighters take the quickest route the event as well as identify the best route to evacuate any occupants.Revolutionary navigation tool for firefightersand emergency responders
59 100% Intuitive – No firefighter training required FirstVisionFirefighter’s View of the WorldExtensive focus groups by Honeywell LabsMatch fire commander’s modelVisual, No textTime Sequencing & AnimationEnhance perception of speed, direction, pattern of smokeMinimal InteractionMaximum info, single screenTouch screen PC, large buttonsInitial assessment in secondsDeveloped to be intuitive where anyone regardless of level of training can easily interact with the system and determine where the event is located. The door will automatically unlocck for alarm events, no need for the fire department to have a key. The local sounder will activate to provide audible indication, local sounder can be silenced.100% Intuitive – No firefighter training required
60 FirstVision Configurable Hazmat icon Printing capability from each screenConfigurable Contact List, Building,and Additional Information sectionConfigurable door unlockAccess to MSDS datasheetsAudible silence/sound for events“Last Updated” date displayedMultiple building alarms displayedNote no control features like in OnyxWorks – this is simply an ancillary annunciation device.
61 FirstVision IconsFV comes with a library of icons that can be used, custom icons can be created and imported as well.
62 FirstVisionFV will zoom to the first event showing the floor and location.
63 FirstVision - Features HAZMAT icons can be loaded to show the location of any hazardous substances that may be stored; hazardous chemicals, laboratories, explosive chemicals, oxygen storage, etc…
64 FirstVision - Features Add/Modify customized contact/general information. Print screen capability (event list, building/contact. Information screen, floorplans screen). Chemical editor – add new chemicals. MSDS datasheet attachment. Annotation color and font selection. Add gas detector icon to represent events from 4-20 mA device.
65 FirstVision - Features Important Contact Information can be loaded.
66 FirstVision - Features MAJOR MEDICAL EMERGENCIESIf it is not practical to move the ill or injured individual, call the UNH University Police and they will obtain an ambulance and escort it to the location of the emergency.DO NOT PLACE A 911 CALL - THE UNH UNIVERSITY POLICE WILL DO THIS.For job sustained injury/illness, all patients should be taken to Yale – New Haven Hospital's Emergency Room, ( XXXX) or their own hospital of choice. Hospital personnel should be told it is an on-the-job injury for UNH University, if applicable. Proof of UNH employment, such as a campus ID card, will be required. A First Report of Injury Form must also be filed with the Director of Risk Management, VP for Administration (MS-670).When the injury or illness involves a chemical, a Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) should accompany the victim to the hospital.The procedure outlined above applies to all individuals receiving pay from UNH University who are injured or become ill while performing an activity that directly benefits UNH University. If transportation is unavailable within the injured's department, a request may be made to the Campus Police to provide such.Additional information , such as how to respond to particular events, or for specific buildings can be entered. The response and reaction in a hospital building will be different from a classroom building or commercial building.
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