Remote Annunciator

Your repository for fire safety remote annunciator design resources


Our integrated circuits and reference designs help you create a remote annunciator design that mimics the fire alarm control panel (FACP) by providing redundant user interfaces/displays (LCD and LEDs) with date stamp, alarm address/priority using an Ethernet/RS-485 connection.

Remote annunciators often require:

  • Low current consumption to allow powering from fire alarm control panel
  • Capacitive/inductive touch sense for multiple buttons
  • Data/event logging leveraging IP over existing infrastructure
  • Synchronized RGBW LEDs to create unique patterns

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