Silent Knight's newest fire control communicator model, the 5104, provides digital fire and reporting over ordinary telephone lines, eliminating the need for costly leased lines.
MAPLE GROVE, Minn.- Silent Knight, a Honeywell company and provider of industry-wide compatible fire alarm solutions for small to mid-size institutions and commercial sites, introduces its Model 5104, a six-zone fire control communicator that provides digital fire and reporting over ordinary telephone lines, thus eliminating the need for costly leased lines.
The 5104 can be used as a stand-alone system, or incorporated into an existing system as a Slave DACT. As a stand-alone unit, it is used to monitor sprinkler systems for waterflow, supervisory, and gate valve tamper conditions.
The 5104 is UL 864 Listed for NFPA 72 Central Station and Remote Supervising Station Fire Alarm System Service. It is FM approved, and has six fully supervised inputs: one Class A (Style D) input, and five Class B (Style A) inputs. The 5104 offers fuseless overload protection with automatic reset circuitry and fault indicators, thus eliminating the cause of most field calls. It has a dual phone line interface that automatically self-tests every 24 hours with a report sent to the central station. The 5104 reports in SIA and in most other major communications formats.
Silent Knight is part of Honeywell Fire Systems, an industry leader in providing commercial fire alarms, advanced detection and notification products.