Maple Armor supplies a great variety of components that enhance the performance of you fire alarm systems.
Addressable Loop Unit (ALU)
Notification Output Unit (NOU)
Relay Output Unit (ROU)
Class B Ext. Network Unit (XNU)
End-of-Line Resistor PlateThe FW422, EOL Resistor Plate effortlessly supports the Class B supervision to its connected devices. With an elegant finish, it features clearly displayed identification pictograms. The RFL has a 10K Ohm resistor, which is compatible with all Maple Armor monitoring and notification circuits.
Remote LED IndicatorThe FW561-RI (without test switch) and FW561-RI-L (with test switch) Remote LED indicators are components that provide visual indication of the device status connected with it. DATASHEET
Portable Programmable Device
The portable programmable device FW412 unit allows the user to read addresses of the existing devices and can program the addresses of new devices.
XNU – EXTERNAL NETWORK UNIT
The FW357A provides both Class X and Class B wiring to communicate with panels and annunciators in Network to form a fire network system. It meets the UL864 10th Edition and the ULC-S527 3rd Edition standards. It can support up to 109 panels or remote annunciators.
ROU – RELAY OUTPUT UNITOne ROU card can support five dry contact relays: Alarm Relay, Supervisory Relay, Trouble Relay, Other Signal Relay, and Programmable Relay. The Relay contacts are in the C Form Style. The address is set by the rotary switch on the board. Valid address is 1. It meets the UL864 10th Edition Listed standard and the ULC-S527 3rd Edition Listed standard.
NOU – NOTIFICATION OUTPUT UNIT
One NOU can support two independent notification appliance circuits with synchronization. The circuit topology supports Class A or Class B wiring. The maximum current is 2A per NAC. Multiple notification code types available.
ALU – ADDRESSABLE LOOP UNIT
One ALU can support one addressable loop circuit, which supports up to 252 points of addressable devices. It can initialize and operate all devices residing on the loop and it communicates all relevant devices and event information, such as alarms and troubles, to the Central Processing Unit (CPU). No limitation between device types.