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SWIFTTM Wireless Integrated Fire Technology Mesh System Asked Questions is SWIFT stands for Smart Wireless Integrated Fire Technology It is Class A commercial wireless system using a robust mesh network integrates with existing ONYX intelligent re systems would I use SWIFT sensors detect re just like their wired counterparts while installation exibility in a wireless format SWIFT devices an opportunity for applications where it is costly concrete buried wires obtrusive surface mount conduit possibly dangerous asbestos to use traditional wired devices SWIFT wireless system can use any combination of monitor modules smoke and or heat detectors In addition both wired and wireless are present on the same FACP providing an integrated wired wireless solution for increased installation potential robust is the SWIFT system The mesh network within the SWIFT system creates a child parent relationship between the devices so that each device has two parents providing a second path for communications on every device If one device can no longer operate for any reason then the rest of the devices can still directly communicate with each other or through one or more intermediate devices SWIFT devices act as repeaters unlike point to point systems offering the freedom to extend the mesh when needed and providing inherent back up against system disruption The SWIFT system uses frequency hopping to prevent system interference whether intentional or accidental The devices comply with part 15 of the FCC rules meaning that operation is subject to the following two conditions 1 The device may not cause harmful interference 2 The device must accept any interference received including interference that may cause undesired operation Devices comply with UL268 and UL864 standards including 200 second polling and system response of devices within 10 seconds type of security does SWIFT have SWIFT system uses an encryption key Each message is encrypted to prevent miscommunication with other devices As part of the set up process are assigned a le which limits communication to a designated gateway is needed for a system SWIFT system is designed to work with current ONYX re alarm control panels a wireless gateway FWSG and the wireless devices detectors module The W USB wireless transmitter dongle is an optional component that may be used with a PC and the SWIFT TOOLS programming diagnostic utility as a valuable aid for analyzing site survey information forming a robust mesh network or performing system diagnostics panels does this work with NFS2 640 and NFS2 3030 panels Clintonville Road cid 129 Northford CT 06472 USA 203 484 7161 cid 129 Fax 203 484 7118 many devices per gateway system can have up to 49 devices per gateway in any combination of and modules However each device uses one address on the so address capacity cannot exceed the panel limits In addition the also uses 1 address many gateways in a system to 4 gateways can be within range of each other devices are available initial launch includes a photo Acclimate standard heat heat and monitor module A 6 in base is sold separately are devices spaced spacing follows NFPA guidelines for the application If signal is low then an additional module or detector can be installed will act as a repeater Modules may be preferred for use as repeaters detector locations must conform to requirements kind of batteries does a device use many devices are listed to use either 4 Panasonic CR123A 4 Duracell DL123A is the battery life life is currently listed at 2 years I know if the batteries are low battery levels on the wireless devices are displayed as a trouble on panel When the message BATTERY LOW is displayed the battery in the device This message is an indication that at one week of battery life remains frequency does the system operate on MHz this work outside of the United States usage depends upon agency requirements and the permitted band frequency range Check with your local NOTIFIER representative acceptance in a speci c country agency listings FM CSFM FDNY do I know if it will work in my building SWIFT system offers a Site Survey step which allows an Installer to a site for wireless viability before they ever purchase a system just a few devices that can be re used from site to site Site can be performed with two or more SWIFT detectors or modules are the steps to install a system SWIFT system has two methods for installation quick install using magnets and LED indicators or a more detailed installation using SWIFT Tools with the W USB and a laptop basic steps include Set a unique pro le in each device for the system Insert all 4 batteries Install the devices in their locations Initiate mesh network formation far can a device be from the gateway a typical environment the rst device can be approximately 50 feet such as intervening walls barriers or stock must be accounted so performing a site survey before installation is recommended Since operate within a mesh network remote devices communicate the gateway through multiple links within the network of devices much will a SWIFT device cost 3 4 times as much as a comparable wired device However the cost may be lower in many applications since there is no need wiring especially in a dif cult area http www notifier com swift for the latest updates and to learn more

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