The electrical panels for electrical firefighting equipment manufactured in partnership with Siemens, meet all the numerals established in NFPA20 chapter 10, generating confidence in the operation and maintaining all the international standards related to NFPA.
|Modular engine controller designed for diesel-driven fire pump applications|
|based on NFPA 20|
|Automatic and manual start sequence based on two batteries according to NFPA 20 standards|
|Analog indicator (VDO, Datcon): easy to use|
|3 configurable analog inputs + 2 analog inputs for battery voltage measurement|
|7 configurable binary inputs and outputs|
|6 LED indicators (alarm, warning, not ready, running, battery A, battery B)|
|Alarm / stop protections selectable|
|1 level of password protection|
|USB, RS485 / RS232 / Modem / Modbus communication|
|Automatic SMS on alarm|
|Event history log and real time clock|
|Pushbuttons for simple control, test test|
|Comparator with hysteresis regulation|
NFPA 20 is a technical standard developed by the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) that establishes minimum requirements for the installation and maintenance of firefighting equipment. This standard applies to all types of buildings and structures, including residential buildings, commercial and industrial buildings, and government buildings.
NFPA 20 establishes requirements for the selection, installation, testing and maintenance of firefighting equipment, including fire pumps, water tanks, water supply systems, fire protection systems and fire alarm systems. It also establishes requirements for the education and training of personnel who operate and maintain this equipment.
NFPA 20 is a widely used standard in the United States and other parts of the world, and is a benchmark standard for fire safety in many buildings and structures. In addition to establishing requirements for the installation and maintenance of fire equipment, NFPA 20 also provides guidelines for fire prevention and fire protection in buildings and structures.
Requirements for the installation and maintenance of firefighting equipment, NFPA 20 also establishes requirements for fire protection in buildings and structures. These requirements include the installation of fire detection and alarm systems, fire suppression systems, and fire protection systems in specific areas, such as garages, laboratories and flammable product storage areas.