Silent Knight introduces IFP-50 fire control panel

Nov. 3, 2005
Nov. 3, 2005 - Intelligent panel uses standard wire during installation.

Silent Knight has introduced its new IFP-50 intelligent analog/addressable fire control panel.

Silent Knight, part of Honeywell's Fire Group, offers industrywide compatible fire alarm solutions for small to mid-size institutions and commercial sites.

The IFP-50 has drift compensation and features two notification appliance circuits that can be programmed for notification outputs, or auxiliary power. The fire panel also has a built-in dual line digital fire communicator, form C trouble relay, and two programmable form C relays.

In addition, Silent Knight's IFP-50 has built-in support for 50 analog addressable modules and uses standard wire. Shielded or twisted pair is not required. Any combination of the addressable devices can be used on a single SLC loop. Each of the addressable devices can be individually tested to simplify trouble shooting. A pre-trouble maintenance alert works to identify problems before they happen. The new fire panel also uses a built-in digital communicator for remote reporting of system activity and system programming.

Silent Knight is based in Maple Grove, MN. For more information visit

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