The Kingfisher KFRA-C Alarm Receiver is designed to work with any of our remote alarm transmitters or devices, and is compliant with NFPA 72. Distances of up to 25 miles can be covered to monitor a host of areas, including security, waterflow, fire alarm, medical, smoke or heat detectors, manual state, pump, temperature, level and auxiliary devices.
KFRA-C Enclosures come in (3) options that house the KFRA-C Receiver and printer. These enclosures have a clean contemporary appearance and provide the benefits of economy, style and quality.
All Enclosures are fully welded cross member formed for a strong square corner design and come with two pair of adjustable zinc plated mounting angles constructed of 11 gauge steel. Each Enclosure comes with a pontoon base which can be used for floor tie down, caster or leveler mounting. The flush style doors feature a low profile lockable single point latch and quick removable lift on hinges. All sheet metal is finished with a high quality baking enamel with a smooth and textured finish.
KFRA-C Emergency Alarm Receiver
The KFRA-C Alarm Receiver is designed for monitoring and annunciation of virtually any type of KCi remote alarm transmitter or device. At least one signal transmission must be recorded no less than every 60 minutes according to NFPA 72.
An integral radio receiver can be installed for multi-point wireless communications at distances up to 25 miles (greater distances can be covered by using repeaters). Hard-wired alarms can be interfaced to the receiver and many different alarm types can be decoded and annunciated. Fire alarm, security, medical, water flow, smoke or heat detectors, manual station, pump, temperature, level and auxiliary devices can be monitored.
The annunciation section consists of high brightness displays, distinctive audible alarms, remote horn and optional dry contact outputs. An optional printer is also available for permanent record storage.
The KFVC Transceiver is a completely modular, self-contained conventional AM Repeater. The KFVC is a heavy duty panel capable of operating in a wide range of temperatures and designed to receive AM transmitter signals in areas where direct radio alarm transmission to the central station receiving console antenna is inhibited by geographical or manmade obstructions.
The KFVC is furnished in a NEMA 3R rainproof enclosure or a NEMA 1 indoor enclosure. In addition, the modular KFVC Panel has the capability of automatic radio reporting for alarms, supervisory, and trouble conditions with test status reporting for use with a compatible receiving unit and retransmitting.
Logic circuits are included which monitor the repeater activity and can detect fault conditions such as power failure, transmit failure, transmission without modulation and failure of the redundant repeater. The KFVC provides for the transmission of a repeater "TROUBLE" signal which will be received and annunciated at the central receiving station.
The repeater consists of a receiver section, a tone storage section, a transmitter, logic controls, power supply and cabinet. Two repeater units are used in tandem to conform to code requirements for redundancy. The logic sections of the two repeaters supervise each other to provide automatic switch over in case one unit should fail. Both repeaters are used during normal operation with each unit sending two transmissions of test, supervisory, or alarm signals.
MCR² EMERGENCY COMMUNICATIONS RECEIVER HARDWARE
The MCR² Emergency Communications Receiver is for use with the Kingfisher MCR² Emergency Communications Software and is designed for monitoring, annunciation and forwarding communication of virtually any type of KCi remote alarm transmitter, device or other 3rd party systems or devices.
An integral radio receiver can be installed for multi-point wireless communications. Hard-wired and network alarms can be interfaced directly to the receiver and many different alarm types can be decoded and annunciated. Additionally Fire alarm, security, medical, water flow, smoke or heat detectors, manual station, pump, temperature, as well as virtually any contact closure auxiliary device can be monitored. The annunciation section consists of high brightness displays, distinctive audible alarms, remote horn and optional dry contact outputs.
MCR² EMERGENCY COMMUNICATIONS RECEIVER SOFTWARE
The Kingfisher MCR² Emergency Communications Software is for use on the Kingfisher MCR² Emergency Communications Receiver. The software works on a provided PC. The computers can be arranged as stand-alone or across a network to provide multiple workstations. User interface screens utilize the latest Windows based technology and a Windows based theme providing immediate familiarity with the program. Interface is possible using the latest touchscreen technology or standard keyboard and monitor technology. The provided PCs are equipped with robust video capabilities to accommodate larger monitor screens.
Events which the MCR² Receiver processes will be forwarded simultaneously to the MCR² Software display for reporting, acknowledgement and resolution by your emergency personnel.