IFP-1000 City of Chicago Specification Sheet

Fire Alarm Control Panel
Addressable Fire Control Panel - Chicago
City of Chicago, Class 1 Addressable Approved
IFP-1000 is an intelligent analog/addressable fire alarm control panels
(FACPs). The basic IFP-1000 system has one signal line circuit (SLC) loop
that supports up to seven 5815XL signal line circuit expanders
IFP-1000 has six on-board Flexput™ circuits that can be configured for
auxiliary power, notification outputs, or for conventional smoke detector
inputs (Class A or Class B). The FACP also has a built-in, dual-line digital
fire communicator, Form C trouble relay, and two programmable Form C
relays. The firmware has powerful features such as detector sensitivity,
day/night thresholds, drift compensation, pre-trouble maintenance alert, and
calibration trouble alert.
IFP-1000 supports a variety of devices, including RA-1000 remote
annunciator, 5824 serial/parallel printer interface module (for printing
system reports), RPS-1000 intelligent power module, and Hochiki or
Intelligent Device Protocol (IDP) devices.
• Built-in support for up to 127 Hochiki devices or 99 IDP detectors and 99
IDP modules, expandable to 1016 Hochiki devices or 792 IDP detectors
and 792 IDP modules
• Uses standard wire—no shielded or twisted pair required
• Built-in UL listed digital communicator for remote reporting of system
activity and system programming
• Central station reporting by point or by zone
• Supports Class B (Style 4) and Class A (Style 6 or Style 7) configuration
for SLC, and SBUS
• Distributed, intelligent power
• Sensor sensitivity settings, day/night sensitivity setting and automatic drift
• Flexput™ I/O circuits configurable for auxiliary power, notification outputs,
or conventional smoke detector inputs. Notification circuits can be
configured as Class A (Style Z) or Class B (Style Y). 2- and 4-wire smoke
detectors can be configured as Class A (Style D) or Class B (Style B)
• Built-in annunciator with a backlit 80-character LCD display
• RS-485 bus provides communication to system accessories
• Built-in RS-232 and USB interface for programming
• Upload or download programming, event history, or detector status onsite
or from a remote location using a PC and 5650/5651 Silent Knight
Software Suite (SKSS)
• Improvements in SKSS delivers five times faster upload/downloads
• Built-in Form C trouble relay rated at 2.5 amps at 27.4 VDC
• Two built-in Form C programmable relays rated at 2.5 amps at 27.4 VDC
• SLC device locator can locate a single or multiple devices on a SLC loop
• System automatically tests addressable devices
• 13 preset notification cadence patterns (including ANSI 3.41) and four
user programmable patterns
• Programmable to automatically display initial event first or display tally of
system events
• Built-in synchronization for appliances from
AMSECO, Gentex®, Faraday, System
Sensor®, and Wheelock®
• Acknowledge function allows operator to
keep track of event status
• Jumpstart® auto-programming
• Nonvolatile event history stores up to 1000
• 125 software zones and 250 output groups
• 6 amp power supply and maximum
charging capacity of 35 amp hours (An
additional cabinet enclosure is required for
batteries in excess of 18 amp hours)
• Programmable date setting for Daylight
Saving Time
• Plex-1 door option combines a dead front
cabinet door with a clear window, limiting
access to the panel while providing single
button operation of the reset and silence
IFP-1000 can be surface or flush mounted.
IFP-1000 SLC supports multiple device types
of the same protocol, Hochiki or IDP. You
cannot mix Hochiki and IDP devices on a
FACP. However, any combination of
addressable devices of the same protocol can
be used on the IFP-1000.
See the specification sheets listed below for a
complete listing of IDP and Hochiki devices.
350360 Hochiki Device Data Sheet
350361 Intelligent Device Protocol (IDP)
data sheet
P/N 350336 Rev C
Copyright © 2010 Honeywell International Inc
Flexput™ is a Trademark of Silent Knight
Jumpstart® is a Registered Trademark of Silent Knight
Flush Mount Dimensions: 14.5”W x 24.75”H x 3.9”D
(36.8 W x 62.9 H x 9.8 D cm)
Overall Dimensions:
16.2”W x 26.4”H x 4.2”D
(40.6 W x 67 H x 11.8 D cm)
Weight: 28 lbs. (12.8 kg) Color: Red
Operating Temperature: 32ºF – 120ºF (0ºC – 49ºC)
Humidity: 10% – 93% non-condensing
Primary AC: 120 VRMS @ 50/60 Hz, 2.7A
Total Accessory Load: 6A @ 27.4 VDC power-limited
Standby Current: 140 mA
Alarm Current: 260 mA
Battery Charging Capacity: 7 to 35 AH
Battery Size: 18 AH max. allowed in control panel cabinet. Larger
capacity batteries can be housed in RBB accessory cabinet.
Flexput Circuits
Six circuits that can be programmed individually as:
Notification Circuits: 3A per circuit @ 27.4 VDC, power-limited
Auxiliary Power Circuits: 3A per circuit @ 27.4 VDC, powerlimited
Initiation Circuit: 100 mA per circuit @ 27.4 VDC, power-limited
Remote Battery Box Accessory Cabinet.
Ordering Information
City Disconnect Switch used to disconnect the fire alarm panel
from reporting any alarm or trouble condition to the city in order
to test and maintain the fire alarm system. When the key switch
is turned to the Disconnect position a white pilot light illuminates
to inform the user that the panel has been disconnected.
Fire Alarm Trouble Bell module used to silence and test the fire
alarm trouble bell. When the fire alarm system is in trouble the
bell will ring. Moving the toggle switch to Bell Silence will silence
the bell and activate the Bell Silenced LED.
City Tie Trouble module used to silence and test city tie
disconnect troubles. When the CTD2G key switch is in the
Disconnected position, the City Tie Trouble bell will ring. Moving
the toggle switch to Bell Silence will silence the bell and activate
the Bell Silenced LED.
For the above parts, contact the following vendor:
Gemcom, Inc, 8828 S. Archer Ave,
Chicago, IL 60480 800-871-6840
Requirements: FCC Part 15 & Part 68 approved
Jack: RJ31X (two required)
Chicago Building Code Requirements
The models CTD2G, CITY, and FIRE are designed to comply with
conventional and addressable Class I type building requirements
of the City of Chicago, Illinois. They provide the ability to perform
silencing of the system trouble bell and the city tie disconnect bell
along. They also allow disconnecting of the municipal tie fire
alarm box. For City of Chicago fire alarm projects, a fire alarm
plan review and permit are required.
NFPA 13, NFPA 15, NFPA 16, NFPA 70, &
NFPA 72: Central Station; Remote Signalling; Local Protective
Signalling Systems; Auxiliary Protected Premises Unit; & Water
Deluge Releasing Service.
Other Approvals: UL Listing; CSFM 7170-0559: 135;
MEA 429-92-E Vol. VI; FM Approved; City of Chicago, Class 1
Addressable Approved.
General Ordering Information
Intelligent Fire Alarm Control Panel.
5865-3 & 5865-4
Signal Line Circuit (SLC) Expander.
Intelligent Power Module.
LED I/O Module.
LED Fire Annunciators.
Silent Knight Software Suite. Provides
programming, upload/download, and event
Door Accessory. Dead front cabinet door
with clear window to limit access to panel.
Additional Equipment Required
The equipment listed below is required to comply with Class I
type requirements:
• Silent Knight Plex-1 Door Front Cabinet Door.
• An incandescent backlit annunciator. Contact the vendor listed
below for the custom model XL8 Tabular Annunciator with the
Silent Knight 5880 LED I/O Module.
Space Age Electronics, Inc., 406 Lincoln Street,
Marlboro, MA 01752 (800) 486-1723.
SBUS Accessories
Miscellaneous Accessories
XL8 Tabular Annunciator from Space Age Electronics
This document is not intended to be used for installation purposes. We try to keep our
product information up-to-date and accurate. We cannot cover all specific applications or
anticipate all requirements. All specifications are subject to change without notice. For more
information, contact Silent Knight 12 Clintonville Road, Northford, CT 06472-1610. Phone:
(203)484-7161, Fax: (203)484-7118. www.farenhyt.com
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