Potter's PAD100-LFSB Low Frequency Sounder Base
The Potter PAD100-LFSB complies with low frequency signal requirements (520 Hz) for commercial and residental sleeping spaces.
Potter's PFC-5004E Fire Alarm Control Panel is a microprocessor based unit designed for small to medium commercial, residential, multifamily, institutional and industrial occupancies. Fully configurable using DIP switches, it enables the user to configure the system to meet their specific requirements.
The PFC-5004E comes standard with 4 Class B (Style B) Initiating Circuits which may be configured as 2 Class A (Style D) circuits. In addition, it comes equipped with 2 Class A/B (Style Z/Y) Indicating circuits which are each rated at 1.7 amps. The PFC-5004E can be expanded up to 8 Class B (Style B) or 4 Class A (Style D) Initiating Circuits and 4 Class A/B (Style Z/Y) Indicating circuits with the addition of a ZA-42 Adder Circuit Module. The panel also INCLUDES A 5 Amp Power Supply which powers the system and supplies a 4-wire resettable regulated smoke power supply of 24 VDC 100mA maximum.
The PFC-5004E utilizes a simple DIP switch configuration for programming initiating and indicating circuits as well as the enabling and disabling of system functions such as Signal Silence, Fire Drill and Auxiliary Disconnect. Some predefined initiating circuits can optionally be configured Waterflow or Latching/Non-Latching Supervisory. In addition, the PFC-5004E allows for Alarm Verification on the initiating Stock No. 3992020 S735 Product includes a 5 year warranty 7165-0328: 0155 circuits. The indicating circuits may be configured as Silenceable or Non-Silenceable with the audibles configured for Steady, March-Time, Temporal Code, or California Code.
The PFC-5004E is equipped with auxiliary relay contacts for Common Alarm, Trouble and Supervisory. If no Supervisory circuits are enabled, the Supervisory relay becomes a second Alarm relay. The cabinet is available in a beige color for the Canadian market and a red exterior for the U.S. and International markets.