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5230 - Silent Knight LCD Remote Annunciator

5230 - Silent Knight LCD Remote Annunciator
Manufacturer:  Silent Knight  SKU:  5230
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The 5230 Silent Knight LCD Remote Annunciator is a remote annunciator that provides both trouble and alarm annunciation, and a convenient means for programming the 5104, 5204, and the 5207.

When the system is normal and receiving AC power, the power LED is on. Users identify themselves to the control panel by entering a code on the annunciator. When a user presses a button, the annunciator piezo beeps and the LCD prompts the user to enter a code or other relevant information

Features

  • 2-line 16-character LCD display
  • Indicates Trouble, Alarm, Supervisory, and System Status conditions with LEDs and LCD display
  • Each 5230 individually supervised by the FACP
  • 12 to 18 AWG wire with up to 1000 ft wire runs from FACP
  • Easily Easily set ID using four dip switches on back of unit
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1. Anonymous User on 11/24/2010, said:

i love this prodcit it is the best thang i have ever had

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Electrical
Operating Voltage 12 VDC
Current
Standby 25 mA
Alarm 40 mA
Physical
Dimensions 6.9” W x 4.25” H x 1” D
14.46 cm W x 10.79 cm H x 2.54 cm D
Environmental
Operating Temp 32° to 120° F (0° to 49° C)
Maximum Wiring Distance 1000 ft.
Spec Sheet
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In most cases, the installation or expansion of a commercial fire alarm system is determined by code requirements. There is federal, state, and local codes that come into play, specifying who must install fire alarm equipment, what type of equipment must be installed, where and how it must be installed. Failing to comply fully with any of these codes can result in denial of occupancy permits, fines, legal and financial liability.

Sorry we do not offer technical support for these products because of local codes that come into play specifying who must install fire alarm equipment and where and how it must be installed. To read more, visit the National Fire Alarm and Signaling Code website.