Best Information Tool For Busy FMs
We will keep you updated with trends, education, strategies, insights & benchmarks to help drive your career & project success.
- Sr. Director Campus Maintenance & Operations »
- Director of College Facilities »
- Asst Director of Bldg Operations & Utilities »
- Building Services Officer »
- FACILITIES SYSTEMS TECHNICIAN »
Addressable Fire Panels - Potter Electric Signal Company - Facility Management Product Release
The AFC Series of Addressable Fire Panels and ARC-100 Releasing Panel offer the highest point capacity available in the distribution channel ranging from 50 to 1270 points. The AFC-50, AFC-100, and AFC-1000 Fire Panels have the same enhanced IP features as Potter’s current line of panels. The AFC/ARC panels use the PAD100 line of addressable SLC devices.
The AFC Series of Addressable Fire Panels maintain the same programming software that customers are used to while providing several enhanced features. The PAD100 modules use sub-points in the programming software to keep down the used “point count”. For example, a PAD100-TRTI has two programming relays and two programmable inputs yet consumes only one of the addresses on the SLC loop. Each sub-point can be programmed independently if desired.
The AFC series of panels along with the PAD100 series SLC devices replaces the Potter PFC-6030, PFC-6075, PFC-6200, and PFC-6800 addressable panels and related SLC devices. Those products were discontinued on March 30, 2018.
- Photoluminescent Egress Lighting: How It Works And Why
- The Importance of Firestop Training
- Evaluating the Effectiveness of a Fire Alarm System
- How to Plan for Fire Alarm System Replacement
- Does Your Fire Alarm System Need an Upgrade or Replacement?
- Abandoned Cabling Increases Fire Risk
- Active Shooter Standard Fast-Tracked by NFPA
- Active Shooter Standard in Development at NFPA