Fire Alarm Control Panel Interface
The Alertus emergency notification system is designed with integration in mind. The NFPA 72 compliant fire alarm control panel interface connects your entire mass notification system and provides a comprehensive method for monitoring your fire panel system to both activate and distribute emergency alerts.
This innovative interface takes fire alarm event information from the fire panel, applies smart logic/transformation technologies, and broadcasts messages over multiple communication paths. The system instantly responds upon activation of the fire alarm panel, recognizes the identity of the device initiating the fire alarm, and translates commonly used fire panel abbreviations into an intelligible spoken message. Messages can include data about the nature and location of fire alarms.
Fire Alarm Interface Key Features
Notification Coverage: Fire alarm integration allows fire panel events to activate the Alertus system, which extends to the Alert Beacon and text-to-speech functionality to provide spoken voice output. The system also ties in with existing strobes and sounders
Broader Application: The Alertus system is compliant with NFPA 72 and can process many different types of fire panel codes to send a variety of predefined emergency alerts
Integration: The fire panel interface is compatible with existing fire alarm panels and PA systems and requires little to no alteration to existing systems
Monitoring: The Alertus fire panel interface allows the Alertus system to monitor and command the fire panel to suppress notification modalities such as strobes and sirens in the event of an emergency alert that does not require facility evacuation
Learn how to use your fire panel interface to activate and distribute emergency alerts.
Learn how to implement mass notification technologies in compliance with code NFPA 72.
Digital signage override is rapidly deployable and can be launched via the Alertus Activation Console software from any computer or mobile device.
Users can quickly launch an alert for a general emergency—such as an accident or medical emergency—by simply pressing the panic button.