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IFP-2000 Scalable Analog-Addressable Fire Alarm Control Panel - Silent Knight by Honeywell - Facility Management Product Release
The IFP-2000 scalable analog-addressable fire alarm control panel, 9th Edition, is equipped with addressable architecture, such as individual point identification, drift compensation and maintenance alert. It can be installed using existing fire system wiring and additional SLC loops using an expander to increase overall point capacity to a maximum of 636 points per panel.
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