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5104B - Silent Knight Six Zone Fire Control Communicator

5104B - Silent Knight Six Zone Fire Control Communicator
Manufacturer:  Silent Knight  SKU:  5104B
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The 5104B Silent Knight Six Zone Fire Control Communicator is a six-zone fire control communicator providing digital fire reporting over ordinary telephone lines, eliminating the need for costly leased lines. It's UL 864 and NFPA 72 approved for monitoring local evacuation controls.

Ideal for monitoring:

  • Sprinkler systems for waterflow, supervisory, and gate valve tamper conditions.
  • Automatic fire detection systems for structures that are not required to have a fire alarm system but want property protection (e.g. to call the fire department after hours).
  • Monitors dry contact alarms, trouble and supervisory outputs, then transmits a separate code for each.

The 5104B is fully supervised. Its microprocessor constantly runs programs to monitor AC, standby battery, zone inputs and telephone line connections. If a fault condition is detected, it sounds a local trouble audible and reports the condition to the central station. If one of the telephone lines faults for more than 60 seconds, it will automatically switch to the other to report the failure.

Features:

  • UL 864 Listed as an NFPA 72 Central Station or Remote Station protected premise unit
  • FM approved
  • Can be used as a stand-alone or as a add-on DACT
  • Six fully supervised inputs: one Class A (Style D) input, and five Class B (Style A) inputs.
  • Downloadable for remote programming.
  • Fuseless overload protection with automatic reset circuitry and fault indicators - eliminates the cause of most field calls
  • Dual phone line interface Automatic self tests every 24 hours with report sent to central station.
  • Reports in SIA and most major communications formats.
  • 60 hours of standby power.
  • Operates on loop start phone lines ahead of the building PBX system.
  • A single, programmable output is provided for alarm or dialer failed conditions (cannot be used for evacuation purposes).
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Electrical
Add-on Applications UL Listed
Input 120 VAC 60 Hz 40 watts
Current Standby 50 mA
Alarm 135 mA
Stand Alone Applications Input: 120 VAC 60 Hz 40 watts
Standby: 12 volt 7 amp hour rechargeable battery
5230 Remote Annunciator (3 maximum per system) Load 60 mA standby
120 mA alarm
Indicator Lights (LEDs)
Power On Green
Trouble Silenced Yellow
Until Trouble is Cleared/Flashing Supervisory
Dialer Failure Yellow
Telephone Line Fault 2 Red
Inside Cabinet at L1 and L2 Inputs
Telephone Requirements
FCC Registration # AC698R-17462-AL-E RINGER EQUIVALENCE 0.0B
Type of Jack RJ31X (2 required)
Mechanical
Dimensions 12.25" W x 14.5" H x 3.0" D (31.1cm W x 36.8 cm H x 7.6cm D)
Weight 15 lbs. (6.75 kg)
Color Red
Communication
Formats SIA, SK 3/1, Sescoa 3/1, Contact ID, SK 4/2, Radionics BFSK
Approvals UL Listed - UL864/NFPA 72 Central and Remote Supervising Station Fire Alarm System Service, FM Approved, CSFM Approved, MEA
Spec Sheet
Downloads: 141
Size: 862 KB

Installation Manual
Downloads: 186
Size: 1942 KB



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