Data Sheet 85006-0068 -- FireWorks Incident Management Platform

EST Catalog u Incident Management and Annunciation
FireWorks
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Incident Management Platform
S3424
7300-1657:
0213
Overview
Standard Features
FireWorks is an incident management command and control
platform that comprises hardware, software, and networking
components that together provide a powerful and cohesive Mass
Notification and Life Safety solution. Sophisticated networking
technology allows it to integrate seamlessly with EDWARDS life
safety solutions, yet FireWorks remains fully interoperable with
third-party equipment, making it ideal for system upgrades or new
installations alike.
• Widely listed to prevailing Mass Notification and Life
Safety standards
Readily adopted for standalone or remote applications
FireWorks can automatically trigger programmed responses to facility events, or it can act as an operator interface for manual control.
The FireWorks user interface provides a clear, concise, and coordinated view of any situation by presenting information strategically.
• Agency listed servers, workstations, monitors, accessories
Sophisticated command and control for multiple networks
Five configurable graphical viewports offer simultaneous insight
into different aspects of an incident, while the underlying software
dynamically manages content in each viewport based on real-time
events and user interaction. Facility maps, live video feeds, audio
channels, protocol information, and fingertip control over vital
equipment all come together instantly within view of an operator
facing events that require solid information and split second timing.
• FW-FAST Automatic System Configuration
Generate interactive floorplans from engineering drawings and
EDWARDS SDU files.
Supporting every FireWorks workstation is a sophisticated network
backbone – strong enough to handle coordinated critical control
functions from as many as fifty client workstations and many other
devices, yet flexible enough to manage integration with third-party
mass notification systems.
Redundant server options eliminate risk of communications breakdowns by providing alternate data paths that regenerate communications in the event of signal loss. FireWorks can operate on an
existing local area network, or provide facility access from anywhere
in the world via secured Virtual Private Network (VPN) connections.
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• Dynamic event-driven user interface
Easy-to-follow notification and control protocols
• Software-only standalone versions
Cost-effective annunciation where agency listings are not required
• Highly Sensitive Smoke Detector (HSSD) support
Full command and control integration with VESDAnet detectors
• Email event notification to multiple recipients
Instant communication with off-site personnel
• Powerful HTTP/HTTPS communication engine
Compatible with DRMNS and many other third-party systems
• Password-defined user access and event filtering
Control who sees what
• Use native graphic formats to create event maps
Import most standard graphic formats – no conversion required
• Multi-lingual operation
Supports English, Spanish, Portuguese, and French
• Remote real-time WebClient
Access system information from anywhere in the world
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Application
systems by way of the FW-DARCOM (with Bosch D6600) option
and/or with the MN-NETRLY4 input/output modules.
Scalable Third-party Integration
FireWorks is equipped with a powerful HTML/HTTP/HTTPS/XML
Command Processor that supports integration for Distributed
Recipient Mass Notification Systems (DRMNS) and many other
third-party systems. It can also receive information from third-party
FireWorks systems can send certain UL 2572 V1, Technical Category TC1, TC2, TC3 and TC4 outputs to third-party systems by
way of the MN-FVPN VoIP, MN-NETRLY4 and/or Signature Series
modules. The Edwards APS6A can be easily configured to support most third-party interfaces.
Dynamic Viewports
Image Viewport:
Displays images relevant to the occurrence. Any
event, any device, or any combination of devices and
events can retrieve instant graphical information that
is relevant to the occurrence and can be understood
at a glance.
Flexible Email Messaging
Event List Viewport:
Upon receipt of a change of state, the event
information is displayed in the Event List Viewport. If several events are received, all events
are displayed in the Event List viewport and
are color-coded by priority.
To enhance off-premise notification, FireWorks supports connection to a Simple Mail
Transfer Protocol (SMTP) mail server, allowing event information to be emailed. This
provides the ability to get event information
automatically, efficiently and inexpensively to
the people who need to know about events
in facilities.
Email messages can be configured based on
individual events, event categories and more.
Certain people can receive all system events,
others can receive only alarm conditions,
while still others can receive only specific
events – the options are easy to configure
and also to change.
Valuable Reporting Functions
Each operator
can customize
the system to
have anywhere
from two to five
viewports visible.
Map
Viewport:
This gives
the user an
overview of
the event’s
location in
the context
of its surroundings
and the entire facility.
Browser Viewport:
When the FireWorks workstation is provided with an
Internet/network connection, the Browser Viewport
can be configured to
automatically connect to
emergency information
sites, network accessible
building automation, video
streams, and other thirdparty systems.
Event Action
Viewport:
This screen is
used to provide
instructions on
how to respond
to the selected
event, and also
to acknowledge that these
instructions have
been carried out.
FireWorks report functionality allows the
system administrator or other authorized user
to create and retrieve panel reports. Reports
include Panel Status, Disabled Points and
Sensitivity. Meanwhile, a full history report
generator allows the review of historical panel
events.
FireWorks has a versatile Devices Test Report. This report allows for devices that have
been tested as part of a Service Group to be
included in a National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) Fire Alarm And Signaling Code
(NFPA 72) formatted report.
Powerful Network Capabilities
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Up to 15 Graphical Command/Control
WorkStations with Non-Redundant
Server option
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Up to 50 Graphical Command/Control
WorkStations with Redundant Server
option
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Up to 15 concurrent Text-Only WebClient clients
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Up to 125 EST3(X) panel network
nodes, with each system node having
up to 64 networked panels for a total
of 8,000 EST3(X) control panels. Each
EST3 control panel can support up to
2,500 individual addressable points,
this yields an addressable point count
for FireWorks of 20,000,000 unique
points just from EST3/3X systems.
Up to 750 MN-FVPN Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) or MN-NETRLY4
Input/Output modules
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Up to 1,000 iO and/or VS panel connections via IPMON with up to 1000
points per system for up to 1,000,000
points from iO/VS systems.
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DACR accounts with FW-DARCOM
and Bosch D660 are limited by Bosch
software options.
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Up to 20 VESDAnet networks with
each network having up to 61 detectors in life safety mode (1,220 detectors) or 100 detectors in process
monitoring mode (2,000 detectors)
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Network Topology
Redundant Network: up to 50 Client Workstations
EST3 Panel Network 2
Client Workstation 1
Optional VESDAnet
HSSD Interfaces
Client Workstation 2
Primary Server
• Utilizes Microsoft configuration requirements
MN-COM1S
• System will support up to 50 client workstations
MN-COM1S
• System will have Primary, Backup,
and Witness servers with automatic
transfer from Primary to Backup
TO PRIMARY SVR
TO BACKUP SVR
MN-COM1S
TO PRIMARY SVR
MN-COM1S
TO BACKUP SVR
• Servers require a quorum to operate
• Each EST3(X) Panel network requires
one MN-COM1S to connect to the
Primary Server and one MN-COM1S
to connect to the Backup Server
Ethernet Network (Class X)
MN-COM1S
Witness Server
TO PRIMARY SVR
• All connections are supervised and
will post faults across the network
MN-COM1S
• The network must have a dedicated VLAN with priority signaling
TO PRIMARY SVR
MN-COM1S
MN-COM1S
TO BACKUP SVR
TO BACKUP SVR
Client Workstation 3
• Network switches must have UPS power
Backup Server
EST3 Panel Network 1
EST3 Panel Network 3
Non-redundant Network: up to 15 Client Workstations
EST3 Panel 2
Client Workstation 1
Client Workstation 2
Optional VESDAnet
HSSD Interface
System Server
• Utilizes Microsoft configuration requirements
• System will support up to
15 client workstations
MN-COM1S
TO SERVER
• Each EST3 network requires one MNCOM1S to connect to the system server
MN-COM1S
• All connections are supervised and
will post faults across the network
Ethernet Network (Class B)
• The network must have a dedicated VLAN with priority signaling
• Network switches must
have UPS power
MN-COM1S
Client Workstation X
MN-COM1S
TO SERVER
EST3 Panel 1
TO SERVER
Client Workstation 3
EST3 Panel 3
Example UL Listed Mass Notification: Scalable Third-party Integration
EDWARDS Control Panels
Third-party Control Panels
• Large network capacity for global
and enterprise-wide connectivity
• Compatible with third-party networks
• UL/ULC Listed for Mass Notification and Security applications
• Easy-to-navigate event-driven viewport display
VOIP
VOICE OVER IP
Ethernet
Switch
VOIP
VOICE OVER IP
VOIP
VOICE OVER IP
VOIP
DACT
TRANSMITTER
VOICE OVER IP
VOIP
VOICE OVER IP
Non-dedicated
Network
VOICE OVER IP
MN-COM1S
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• Software-only versions do not require UL listed hardware
• Monitor and control for single
or multi-line networks
VOIP
VOICE OVER IP
Local Operations
Console
TRANSMITTER
• Internet/WAN connectivity
Ethernet
Switch
VOIP
FireWorks
Remote Client
DACT
Optional VESDAnet
HSSD Interface
DACR
R E C I E V E R
FireWorks
Server
High Power
Speaker Array
(not UL Listed)
• HTTP/HTTPS communications engine
• Automatic email notification to multiple recipients
• Context-sensitive event action instructions
• Create event maps with standard graphic formats
• Digital Alarm Receiver connectivity
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Network Options
Hardware Options
FW-FAST: Automatic System Configuration
Workstations
FireWorks Assimilation Systems Technology can significantly
reduce the time and expense of programming or modifying a FireWorks system database. This unique and powerful option reads
properly formatted AutoCAD® and EDWARDS System Definition
Utility (SDU) files to automatically create floorplans with device
locations, and panel renderings with pseudo point touch-sensitive
areas. Floorplans and panel renderings can then easily be inserted
into the FireWorks system.
The FireWorks FW-UL6W Workstation is a ULI
864/ULC S527 Listed and FM Approved hardened industrial workstation that can be used
for any Workstation or Witness Server application. The FW-UL6W cannot be used as a
Redundant or Non-Redundant System Server.
The FW-UL6W has the following specifications:
FW-HSSD: Aspirated Detection Interface
FireWorks Highly Sensitive Smoke Detector
(HSSD) interface provides UL Listed/FM Approved digital command/control integration with
Xtralis VESDA® Series smoke detectors for very
early fire detection. FireWorks can respond to
individual sector/pipe conditions, detector events, as well as minor
and major faults across 20 VESDA nodes encompassing as many
as 2,000 VESDA detectors. It can also reset and perform certain
other control functions of the VESDAnet detectors.
FW-DARCOM: Third-party Interoperability
This option allows for a FireWorks system to support Digital Alarm
Communicator Receiver (DACR) operation. The DACR can be any
Bosch® D6600 DACR that can receive Security Industry Association (SIA) Contact ID or 4/2, or the cost-effective IPMON1000
option. The FW-DARCOM option with the D6600 allows FireWorks
to receive, display and process information from most third-party
fire alarm and/or security panels.
IPMON1000: Life Safety Integration
When used in conjunction with FW-DARCOM software, this option
supports digital connection to up to a total of 1,000 EDWARDS
iO or Kidde VS Series control panels for receive-only Contact ID
operation. Each individual zone or addressable device can display
on the FireWorks system.
WebClients: Global VPN Communications
FireWorks systems support an optional real-time WebClient
remote read-only text viewing feature that can be accessed from
anywhere in the world via a secured Virtual Private Network (VPN)
connection, or local network connection. WebClient events mirror the FireWorks system Event List and Event Action viewports.
These events are prioritized and color-coded for easy identification
by type and source. Events may also be filtered at the Web Client,
and sound files can be added per alarm, supervisory, trouble or
monitor event category.
Any number of remote web clients can be deployed by FireWorks.
The number of concurrent connections possible is determined by
the package option. The WebClient can also run many reports for
the remote workstation and print them to a local printer or output
them to a .csv file.
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i7 4770S processor
3.9 GHz
8 MB Cache
QPI speed of 5 GT/S
4 core, multi-threaded to 8
32 GB RAM
Standard RAID 1 (dual) 500 GB Solid State Drives
2 Network Interface Ports
Servers
The FireWorks FW-UL6S Server is a ULI 864/
ULC S527 Listed and FM Approved hardened
industrial workstation that can be used for any
FireWorks – Server, Workstation or Witness
Server. The FW-UL6S has the following specifications:
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Dual Xeon capable
Standard single processor Xeon 2680
3.6 GHz
QPI speed of 8 GT/S
10 core, multi-threaded to 20
25 MB Cache
128 GB RAM per processor
Standard RAID 1 (dual) 500 GB Solid State Drives
Standard Hot-swappable dual power supplies
Standard 3 HDMI video ports
4 Network Interface Ports
Monitors
The FireWorks solution family offers 2 UL/ULC
Listed/FM Approved monitor options, 22” and
42” touchscreens. Each FireWorks Workstation
can support multiple monitors.
The FW-22LCDWTS is a touch screen unit with:
• Up to 1680 x 1050 WSXGA video
• Built-in speakers
• DVI/VGA input
• Desktop mounting
The FW-42LCDWTS is a touch screen unit with:
• Up to 1920 x 1080 video
• Built-in speakers
• DVI/VGA input
• Single or dual horizontal or vertical wall-mounting options
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Agency Listing
Network Accessories
The FW-UL6W has been investigated against, and found to be in
compliance with, the following standards:
MN-FNS8C2F3 Managed Ethernet Switch
Data Sheet 85010-0153
FireWorks can operate on dedicated (recommended) or nondedicated Ethernet networks.
EDWARDS offers one of the most robust and powerful ULI/
ULC Listed/FM Approved Managed Ethernet Networking solutions available. MN-FNS Series Managed Ethernet Solutions are
powered by Cisco® technologies. Layer 2 and Layer 3 switches/
routers are available, along with interface modules that support
single or multimode fiber optic media. Class B, Class X, Mesh and
Hybrid topologies are fully supported.
ULI/ULC Listed/FM Approved MN-FVPN Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP), MN-NETRLY4 input/output and MN-COM1S Communication Modules are all supported by the FireWorks platforms.
MN-FVPN
Data Sheet
85010-0143
MN-NETRLY4 MN-COM1S
Data Sheet
Data Sheet
85010-0149
85010-0144
FireWorks, along with the EST3(X), can control the crystalclear and powerful HyperSpike High and Medium Power
Speaker Arrays.
See Data Sheet 85001-0637 for more information.
Always consult the latest Agency Standards, Consensus Standards/Codes and with the Local Authority Having Jurisdiction for
system application and installation requirements.
See Ordering Information List for FireWorks Hardware Accessory
information and descriptions.
• CAN/ULC-S303-M91
Standard for Local
Burglar Alarm Units and
Systems, 1st edition
• NFPA 12 Standard
on Carbon Dioxide
Extinguishing Systems,
2011 edition
• CAN/ULC-S527-99
Standard for Control
Units for Fire Alarm
Systems, 2nd edition
• NFPA 12A Standard
on Halon 1301 Fire
Extinguishing Systems,
2009 edition
• CAN/ULC-S559-04
Standard for Equipment
for Fire Signal Receiving
Centres and Systems,
1st edition
• NFPA 12B Standard
on Halogenated Fire
Extinguishing Agent
Systems Halon 1211
• CSA C22.1-12 Canadian
Electrical Code, Part 1
• UL 365 Standard for
Police Station Connected
Burglar Alarm Units and
Systems, 4th edition
• NFPA 13 Standard for the
Installation of Sprinkler
Systems, 2013 edition
• NFPA 15 Standard for Water
Spray Fixed Systems for Fire
Protection, 2012 edition
• UL 609 Standard for Local
Burglar Alarm Units and
Systems, 11th edition
• NFPA 16 Standard for the
Installation of Foam-Water
Sprinkler and Foam-Water
Spray Systems, 2011 edition
• UL 636 Standard for
Holdup Alarm Units and
Systems, 10th edition
• NFPA 17 Standard for Dry
Chemical Extinguishing
Systems, 2013 edition
• UL 864 Standard for
Control Units and
Accessories for Fire Alarm
Systems, 9th edition
• NFPA 17A Standard for
Wet Chemical Extinguishing
Systems, 2013 edition
• UL 1076 Standard for
Proprietary Burglar
Alarm Units and
Systems, 5th edition
• NFPA 70 National
Electrical Code
• NFPA 72 National Fire
Alarm Signaling Code
• UL 1610 Standard for
Central-Station BurglarAlarm Units, 3rd edition
• NFPA 2001 Standard
on Clean Agent Fire
Extinguishing Systems,
2012 edition
• UL 1635 Standard for
Digital Alarm Communicator
System Units, 3rd edition
• FM 3010 Approval Standard
for Fire Alarm Signaling
Systems, 2010 edition
• UL 2017 Standard
for General-Purpose
Signaling Devices and
Systems, 2nd edition
• UL 2572 security and
data protection
• UL 2572 Standard
for Mass Notification
Systems, 1st edition
• NFPA 11 Standard for
Low-Expansion Foam
Systems, 2010 edition
• NFPA 11A Standard
for Medium- and HighExpansion Foam
Systems, 2010 edition
• For UL 2572 first edition
applications only:
• Approved Security Function
for FIPS PUB 140-2: No
encryption employed
• Communication
Security: Level 1
• Stored Data
Security: Level 0
• Access Control
Security: Level 2
• Physical Security: Level 1
• Audit Control: Not provided
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Ordering Information
System Software
FireWorks Software - Options
FW-CGS
Standalone FireWorks Color Graphics Software PIN
letter. Allows full 5 view port display. Includes FWFIREKEYUSB. No common control.
85012-0019
FireWorks Software DVD only.
FW-1S
One Seat WebClient.
Standalone FireWorks Color Graphics Software PIN
letter. Allows full 5 view port display. Includes FWFIREKEYUSB. With common control.
FW-4S
Four Seat WebClient (Requires FW-1S).
FW-CGSUL
FW-10S
Ten Seat WebClient (Requires FW-1S & FW-4S).
FW-NCZZFP
Non-Redundant Server Client license. One
FIREKEYUSB and one Hasp PIN Code
FW-DARCOM
Pin Code for Communication to DACRs and/or
IPMON1000.
FW-NS15FP
15 seat non-redundant server. One FIREKEYUSB
and one Hasp PIN code for server only. Order
Workstation Client licenses separately.
FW-FAST
FW-NSZ5FP
5 seat non-redundant server. One FIREKEYUSB
and one Hasp PIN codes for server only. Order
Workstation Client licenses separately.
Pin Code for FireWorks Assimilation System
Technology (FAST) AutoCAD® reader and panel
building option for FireWorks Server or Stand-alone
system. Reads AutoCAD ® files and correlates with
SDU to create or update FireWorks database.
FW-RCZZFP
Redundant Server Client license. One FIREKEYUSB
and one Hasp PIN Code.
FW-HSSD5
FW-RS15FP
15 seat redundant server for new installations.
Three FIREKEYUSB, three Hasp PIN codes and
two Microsoft SQL licenses for servers only. Order
Workstation Client licenses separately.
Pin Code for Single VESDA HLI Interface software
PIN code. Enables connection of one (1) to five (5)
VESDA HLI to FireWorks as nodes. Requires one
FW-HSSX1 High Level Interface for each VESDA
network if using Non-Redundant Server and two if
using Redundant FireWorks Servers. Each server
must have it’s own separate FW-HSSX1.
FW-HSSD20
Pin Code for Single VESDA HLI Interface software
PIN code. Enables connection of one (1) to twenty
(20) VESDA HLI to FireWorks as nodes. Requires
one FW-HSSX1 High Level Interface for each
VESDA network if using Non-Redundant Server and
two if using Redundant FireWorks Servers. Each
server must have it’s own separate FW-HSSX1.
FW-IPMON1000
Pin Code for IP Monitoring for 1000 connections to
iO and/or VS Series panels. Requires companion
software option FW-DARCOM.
FW-RS25FP
25 seat redundant server for new installations.
Three FIREKEYUSB, three Hasp PIN codes and
two Microsoft SQL licenses for servers only. Order
Workstation Client licenses separately.
FW-RS50FP
50 seat redundant server for new installations kit.
Three FIREKEYUSB, three Hasp PIN codes and
two Microsoft SQL licenses for servers only. Order
Workstation Client licenses separately.
FW-RSZ5FP
5 seat redundant server for new installations. Three
FIREKEYUSB, three Hasp PIN codes, two Microsoft
SQL licenses for servers only. Order Workstation
Client licenses separately.
Upgrade Software
FW-NCZZWP
Upgrade existing FW-CGSUL license to NonRedundant Server Client license. One Hasp PIN
Code.
FW-NCZZXP
Upgrade existing FW-CGS license to NonRedundant Server Client license. One Hasp PIN
Code.
FW-RCZZUP
Upgrade existing Non-Redundant Server Client to
Redundant Server Client upgrade. One Hasp PIN
code.
FW-RCZZWP
Upgrade existing FW-CGSUL license to Redundant
Server Client license. One Hasp PIN Code.
FW-RS15UP
Upgrade existing 15 Seat non-redundant
server to 15 seat redundant server cluster. Two
FIREKEYUSB, three Hasp PIN codes and two
Microsoft SQL licenses for servers only. Order
Workstation Client licenses separately.
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FW-UL6S
FireWorks Server or Workstation. Single Xeon
processor, 128 GB Server RAM. Windows 7
Professional OS (64 bit). 3 HDMI Video outputs.
With RAID1 500GB array (dual drives) and dual
power supplies.
FW-UL6W
FireWorks Workstation. Single i7 Intel processor.
32 GB RAM. Windows 7 Professional OS (64 Bit).
RAID1 configuration with dual 500 GB SSD. Single
power supply.
Upgrade existing FW-CGSUL license to NonRedundant Server Client license. One Hasp PIN
Code.
FW-NCZZWP
FW-RSZ5UP
Servers, Workstations
Upgrade existing 5 Seat non-redundant server to 5
seat redundant server cluster. Two FIREKEYUSB,
three Hasp PIN codes and two Microsoft SQL
licenses for servers only. Order Workstation Client
licenses separately.
Servers, Workstations Options
FW-HSSX1
FireWorks to VESDA High Level Interface Module
with enclosure. Requires FW-HSSD5 or FWHSSD20 software. UL/ULC for command/control.
Maximum 61 VESDA detectors for Life Safety
applications or up to 100 VESDA detectors for
process control (non-Life Safety) per FW-HSSX1.
24 VDC.
FW-SP4I
Isolated Serial Port card for FW-UL6W Workstations.
Provides four serial ports. Cannot be used on FWUL6S Servers.
FW-ULVID3
FireWorks FW-UL6W Workstation or FW-UL6S
Server video card with 3 HDMI ports. Maximum 2
per workstation or server.
PT-1S
System Printer - Desk Top Style.
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BP1
Blank Panel for 19 inch Enclosure, 1 panel space 1.75 inch x 19 inch.
BP2
Blank Panel for 19 inch Enclosure, 2 panel spaces 3.5 inch x 19 inch.
BP3
Blank Panel for 19 inch Enclosure, 3 panel spaces 5.25 inch x 19 inch.
BP6
Network Modules, Accessories
MN-ABPM
Audio Bridge, panel mount - Mounts on MN-BRKT1
or MN-BRKT3.
MN-COM1S
UL 864 Listed FireWorks Communications Ethernet
Port, Command & Control. Comes with power and
RS232 data cables.
MN-FVPN
Voice Over Internet Protocol (VoIP) encoder/
decoder, includes power and audio cable.
MN-NETRLY4
Ethernet controllable multi I/O module. 4
unsupervised inputs & 4 unsupervised outputs.
Comes with one MN-NRKB1.
MN-NRBK1
Replacement mounting bracket with end caps for
single MN-NETRLY4.
MN-NRMP
Mounting plate to allow up to 2 MN-NETRLY4
modules to be mounted on a MN-BRKT1 bracket.
MN-PASM2
Preamp audio supervision module. Provides Form
C dry contact for audio or module failure.
MN-TK10
10 Position, 4 pole terminal kit for use with MNNETRLY4 or MN-FVPN.
Blank Panel for 19 inch Rack /w 2.5 FP spaces, 6
panel spaces - 10.5 inch x 19 inch.
FW-RACKKB
Keyboard Rack mount kit - Black - 2 EIA panel
spaces required.
FW-RACKPCUL5
Workstation Rack mount kit for FW-UL6 - 4 EIA
panel spaces required comes with slides and rack
handles.
FW-UL6CC1
FireWorks FW-UL6W Workstation or FW-UL6S
Server computer cable cover kit. Required for UL
1076 (Security) Listed installations.
MFC-A
Fire Control Accessory, Multi-Function Enclosure,
8" X 14" X 3.5", Red.
RKU-61-24B
19 inch Black Rack Mount Cabinet, 24” deep for
FW-UL6S or FW-UL6W .
VP-1
Ventilation Panel 1-3/4”.
VP-3
Ventilation Panel 3-1/2”.
Upgrade Kits and Replacement Parts
FW-HD5RAIDW7
Monitors, Monitor Accessories
FW-22LCDWTS
22’’ 16:9 LCD 115 Vac 1680x1050 resolution
capacitive touch screen with integral speakers. Comes with desk stand cable set and driver disk.
FW-42LCDHMK1
42’’ wall mount bracket kit - single display,
horizontal.
FW-42LCDVMK1
42’’ wall mount bracket kit - single display vertical.
FW-42LCDVMK2
42’’ wall mount bracket kit - dual display, vertical.
FW-42LCDWTS
42’’ 16:9 LCD 115 Vac 1920x1080 resolution surface
acoustic wave SAW touch screen. Comes cable set
and driver disk. Requires mounting bracket kit.
FW-UL5RAIDUKW7
FWUL5RAM2G
FWHD5W7
FWUL5UKW7
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Replacement hard drive (blank) for
FWUL5RAIDW7 computer. Does not include OS
or other software. ULI/ULC Listed.
Upgrade Kit to migrate FWUL5RAID PC to
Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit. Includes Windows 7
Ultimate 64-bit license, 2 pre-loaded 500 GB hard
drives, 2 2GB (total 4 GB) memory module and
instructions. Must remove existing 1G memory
modules from FWUL5RAID. ULI/ULC Listed.
Additional/replacement 2GB RAM module and
instructions for use in FWUL5, FWUL5RAID,
FWUL5W7 or FWUL5RAIDW7 computers only.
Cannot be used with 1GB modules. Maximum 4
2GB RAM (8 GB total) on motherboard. ULI/ULC
Listed.
Replacement hard drive (blank) for FWUL5W7
computer. Does not include OS or other software.
ULI/ULC Listed.
Upgrade Kit to migrate FWUL5 PC to Windows
7 Ultimate 64-bit. Includes Windows 7 Ultimate
64-bit license, 1 pre-loaded Hard 500 GB
drives, 2 2GB (total 4 GB) memory module and
instructions. Must remove existing 1G memory
modules from FWUL5. ULI/ULC Listed.
PCCA5
AC cable conduit Adapter for UL5
FW-NCCA5
Network conduit adapter. Use with FW-NIC
provides connection for Ethernet cable conduit.
PCWD3
PC watch-dog card for UL5 computers.
FW-NIC
UL/ULC Listed Ethernet 100Base-TX Network
Interface Card.
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Email:edwards.fire@fs.utc.com
Web: www.est-fire.com
EST is an EDWARDS brand.
1016 Corporate Park Drive
Mebane, NC 27302
In Canada, contact Chubb Edwards...
Email: inquiries@chubbedwards.com
Web:www.chubbedwards.com
© 2015 United Technologies Corporation. All rights reserved. Specifications
subject to change without notice.
EDWARDS is part of UTC Building &
Industrial Systems, a unit of United
Technologies Corporation.
85006-0068
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Not to be used for installation purposes. Issue 1
11-06-15
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