Silent Knight's new high-capacity fire fighter telephone system is capable of supporting up to 72 telephone connections with as many as 10 phones in use at one time.
NORTHFORD, Conn., June 16, 2011 - Silent Knight by Honeywell has expanded its portfolio of Farenhyt fire alarm systems with the release of a new high-capacity fire fighter telephone system. Capable of supporting up to 72 telephone connections with as many as 10 phones in use at one time makes the IFP-FFT one of the industry's largest-capacity fire fighter communications systems.
To reduce expenses and simplify installation, Silent Knight designed the Farenhyt IFP-FFT system to operate on a single loop of standard wire. This high-capacity, lower-cost system is ideal for high-rise buildings and large facilities in regions that require fire fighter telephone systems.
The number of fire fighter telephone connections supported by one IFP-FFT can be scaled to support up to 72 jacks with a maximum of 10 able to conference together at the same time. Being a fully supervised system, trouble conditions are immediately detected and displayed on the SK-FFT's main panel which fire fighters also utilize to control local and remote handsets.
To customize each IFP-FFT system for optimum use, Silent Knight offers a line of compatible accessories, including remote handsets, a handset cabinet, handset jacks, a lockable cabinet with connected handset and a connected telephone cabinet with breakable glass.
More technical information on the Farenhyt IFP-FFT system from Silent Knight is available online at www.farenhyt.com. To get in touch with a local Farenhyt Engineered Systems Distributor, contact a Silent Knight regional manager.