System Sensor FAAST Networking

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FAAST Fire Alarm Aspiration Technology Networking GUIDE the PipeIQ icon FAAST Fire Alarm Aspiration Sensing Technology System Sensor and the System Sensor logo are trademarks and or trademarks of Honeywell International Inc in the United States and or other countries Other parties or service marks are the property of their respective owners and should be treated as such Windows and Internet Explorer are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United and or other countries is a registered trademark of the Mozilla Foundation and Chrome are trademarks of Google Inc Trademark Blackberry is owned by Research In Motion Limited and is registered in the United States and may be pending or in other countries Honeywell is not endorsed sponsored affiliated with or otherwise authorized by Research In Motion System Sensor screen shots are used with permission from Microsoft Guide FAAST Fire Alarm Aspiration Sensing Technology Networkingfirealarmresources com of Contents 4 4 Connectivity 4 PC Connection 4 Adapter Configuration 5 Connectivity 11 12 Connection 15 Connection VPN 16 on Operation 16 16 TCP IP Connectivity 17 Configuration and Monitoring 18 Levels 18 18 Status 19 19 21 View 21 Trend Graph 22 Trend Graph 23 View 24 PC Configuration and Monitoring 25 Server 26 26 26 Viewer 27 View 29 View 29 Web Server 30 Client 31 31 Requirements 31 Requirements 32 Client Requirements 32 Client Configuration 32 and Verification 36 on Operation 36 E mail Client 37 38 39 Support 39 Guide FAAST Fire Alarm Aspiration Sensing Technology Networkingfirealarmresources com FAAST 8100 series of aspiration smoke detectors are equipped with an onboard Ethernet port for network connectivity This permits a number of intriguing remote monitoring possibilities including the ability to receive alarm and fault notifications e mail The detector has been designed to operate with common network technologies However it is important to recognize network topologies can vary and network management can be rather complex The networked operation of the FAAST detector third party software and equipment that

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