Overview

The eView fire alarm annunciator provides a simple and convenient method of extending the controls and indications of the Elite fire alarm control panel to other locations.

The large, graphic LCD and high brightness LED indicators duplicate the indications on the Elite fire alarm control panel at up to 15 additional locations via a simple, two-wire serial data connection. Housed in a small enclosure which is styled similarly to the Elite control panel, it is ideal for installations where a large control panel would be detrimental to décor, such as entrance halls. Up to 15 eView annunciators can be connected to each control panel on the Elite network making eView ideal where multiple points of indication and/or control are required such as nurse’s stations or shop units.

Main features

  • Available in Red or Grey
  • Up to 15 annunciators can be connected to each Elite or
  • Elite RS fire control panel
  • Large liquid crystal display (240 x 64 pixels)
  • High brightness LED indications
  • Internal sounder
  • Replicates all panel controls (Elite RS)
  • Simple two-wire serial connection
  • Small, Elite style enclosure
  • Removable electronics for easy installation
  • 24V DC powered
  • Low power consumption
  • Multi language options
  • Connection supervised by Elite RS fire control panel

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