The N-6000 is an intelligent Fire Alarm Control Panel designed for medium size facilities. Fire emergency detection and evacuation are extremely critical to life safety, and the N-6000 is ideally suited for these applications. The N-6000 is a new line of products from Notifier
The N-6000 is ideal for virtually any application because it features a modular design that is configured per project requirements. With two to eight Signaling Line Circuits (SLCS), the N6000 supports up to 3,168 intelligent addressable devices.
Information is critical to fire evacuation personnel, and the N-6000's large 1060 character Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) presents vital information to operators concerning a fire situation, fire progression and evacuation details.
A host of other options are available, including firefighters telephone, LED or LCD annunciations, integral printer, and many additional options.
- Two to eight isolated intelligent Signaling Line Circuits (SLC) style 4 or 6
- Up to 198 detectors (any mix of photo or thermal); Or 99 detectors (any mix of photo or thermal) and 99 modules (N.O. manual stations, two-wire smoke, notification, or relay) per SLC
- 198 addressable devices per loop
- Total capacity of 3,168 addressable devices per Fire Alarm Control Panel
- Large 1060-character LCD backlit display (20 lines x 53 characters)
- Network option - supports N6000 or N-NCS network Control Station
- Built-in alarm, trouble and Supervisory relays
- N-VFT online/offline program option
- Built-in Degraded Mode option. In the event of a CPU failure, the system is capable of generate alarm if a fire condition is present
- History file with 4,000 event capacity in nonvolatile memory
- Primary input power, MPS-350W:
+ 220 VAC, 50/60 Hz, 1.5 Amps
110VAC, 50/60 Hz, 3.0 Amps
+ Total output 24V power: 14.6 A in alarm
+ General purpose power: 1.0 A
+ Battery charge ranges: 25AH-55AH, use separate cabinet for batteries over 25AH
+ Float Rate: 27.6V
- Temperature and humidity ranges:
+ Temperature: 0-50oC
+ Humidity: 5% to 95% non-condensing