Redundant network module. Supported by IRIS and SIMPO Redundant Network IRIS/SIMPO power plants
Iris / SIMPO redundant network module is a module used for the construction of an Ethernet network between the addressable panels of Teletek Electronics IRIS, IRIS PRO and SIMPO. The modules allow you to connect up to 32 networked fire alarm panels and ensure a backup connection line of communication between the panels. Communication is done via the RS 485 protocol. The maximum distance between two redundant network modules is 1000 m.
Operation with the IRIS/SIMPO redundant network module supports the following panel revisions:
For iris fire alarm panel:
– PCB LCD hardware review: 2.4 and above
– Main board firmware revision: 4.2 and above
For the SIMPO fire alarm panel:
– Main board firmware revision: 2.8 and above
Features of the redundant network module. Supported by IRIS and SIMPO Redundant Network IRIS/SIMPO power plants
- Maximum fire alarm panels in the network – 32.
- Communication – RS485.
- Secure a communication backup connection line between the panels.
- Interface connection between the panel and the module (plug into the panel).
- Maximum distance between two redundant network modules: 1000 m.
- Programming from the panel.
- Panel power supply.
- Cable connection.
- Twisted pair.
- Length – max. 1000m (between two modules)
- Cross section: 0.5 – 2.5 mm2
Normal – Flashing LEDs
Problem – LED lighting
LED1 – Output communication
LED2 – Panel-Module Communication
LED3 – Input communication