External Fire Brigade Panel 1828


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Panasonic Electric Works Fire & Security Technology Europe AB Citadellsvägen 23, SE-211 18 Malmö, Sweden Tel: +46 (0)40 697 70 00 • Fax: +46 (0)40 697 70 99 info-fste@eu.pewg.panasonic.com • www.panasonic-fire-security.com Fire alarm systems External Fire Brigade Panel 1828 • Control (key required) and indicating panel for the fire brigade personnel, etc. • Compact size Ext. Fire Brigade Panel This unit (S/W V1.2) is primarily intended to be used by the fire brigade personnel, i.e. for pre-warning, co-incidence, fire and heavy smoke / heat alarm presentation. Point or zone alarm presentation and fire alarm reset are as in the c.i.e. it is connected to. You can scroll amongst two or more alarms in the system. All or selected alarms will be presented in a display (LCD, 2x40 characters with back-light). An alarm text will be presented together with each alarm, if programmed in the c.i.e. Furthermore, >617 texts for selected alarms can be stored in the unit and will in such a case be shown, instead of the texts sent from the c.i.e. for these alarms. A built-in buzzer will sound like in the c.i.e. Any fault in the system will be presented as "General fault in system" and the buzzer will sound. The unit is power supplied via the c.i.e. or ext. power supply. LEDs, push buttons etc. The unit has the following LEDs: • Fire and Alarms queued, indicating pre-warning, co-incidence, fire and heavy smoke / heat alarm • Operation, indicating that the unit is connected to a c.i.e. and power supplied, i.e. it is in operation. • Extinguishing, indicating activated output for Extinguishing equipment. • Ventilation, indicating activated output for Ventilation equipment. • Fire brigade tx, indicating activated output for Fire brigade tx (routing equipm.). The unit has the following push buttons: • Alarms queued, used to scroll amongst the alarms. • Silence buzzer, used to silence the buzzer (it will re-sound for a new alarm. • Silence alarm devices, used to silence the alarm devices (they will re-sound for a new alarm. • Reset, used to reset the fire alarms. The designation texts on the front are in 1828SE in Swedish but a neutral front for other languages is available (1828CC). Compact size The compact size enclosure is made of grey high impact ABS. Fitted with a supplementary "O" ring gasket, it will comply with IP61, in respect of dust and moisture. A key is required to get access to the push buttons and they are disabled until they are supposed to be used. A key is not required for the alarm presentation and to silence the buzzer. Two compression glands are attached. The unit shall be wall mounted. SW mode and address setting The display and the push buttons are used to set the SW mode and address, see the opposite side of this page. Product application The 1828 unit is intended for indoor use and in dry premises. SW mode 1826/28 - 1587 is intended to be used in the systems EBL512 and EBL128 SW mode 1826/28 – 1582 in the systems EBL500 / 512 / 1000 / 2000.

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All technical features and data are subject to changes without notice, resulting from continuous development and improvement. Product Leaflet Date of issue Revision / Date of revision MEW00336 2003-04-15 4 / 2007-01-29 Type numbers 1828 External Fire Brigade Panel (S/W V1.2). 1828SE / 1828CC: Designation texts on the front in Swedish / see below. NOTE! In Swedish convention (SBF): No "General fault" presentation. 1582 External FBP interface board. (Required in EBL512 / 500 when SW mode 1826/28 – 1582 shall be used.) 1587 External FBP / DU interface board. (Required in EBL512 when SW mode...

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