Wireless Fire Alarms
The CWSI System
The CP 3000 and CP 3000-D will support up to 1024 addressable devices and repeaters while providing true network operation and communication. Network operation includes wireless command signals to repeaters for activation of control functions such as appliance circuits, elevator recall, HVAC control and more. The 3000 allows for the reporting of up to four separate alarm types and provides for event memory recall of alarm, supervisory and all control functions.
The Model AR-3 Repeater is an addressable bi-directional repeater which is used to form a cellular reception network which receives, screens, verifies, and retransmits low power radio signals from other CWSI wireless initiating devices, repeaters and control panels. In addition to providing RF signaling within the installation the AR-3 provides supervised addressable NACs.
The RB Relay Box is an optional accessory for connection to the AR-3 repeater. It provides up to 40 normally open dry contact outputs. The number of relays corresponds to the model number of the unit for example RB-10 is a ten relay box. These can be ordered in increments of ten relays. The relay box is ideal for interconnection to Dialers, Elevator Recall, HVAC Control, and manufacturer’s equipment when other control interfaces are required.
The Model 310 Manual Fire Alarm Pull Station is a self contained addressable dual action lexan fire pull station with a built in transmitter. It is UL Listed 38 and complies with ADA requirements of maximum pull force as well as providing operating instructions in Braille text molded into the handle.
CWSI Product Line
The CWSI wireless fire alarm products offer system versatility like no other. Frequency Hopping Spread Spectrum Technology (FHSS), coupled with bi-directional RF communication, Repeater Network Architecture and 200 Second Supervisory Polling, provides for the industry’s most secure and reliable wireless fire alarm network.
Listings & Approvals: UL Listed
- NFPA Approved
- CSFM Approved
- NYFD Approved