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 ALARM ANNUNCIATOR     ALM200 series 
  • Microprocessor based logic
  • 12 to 60 windows
  • First fault identification
  • Super bright Red LED
  • Low power, Long life illumination
  • Built in system watch dog
  • Intelligent fault processing 

 Key Specifications
 
Number of windows:  12, 16, 20, 24, 28, 30, 36, 40, 48, 56 and 60
Power supply: 110/230V AC or 90 to 260V AC/ 110 to 300V DC (Universal SMPS)
Output: 1 N/O for hooter
Sequence option Manual or First-up
Push button inputs: Terminals for TEST, ACKNOWLEDGE and RESET push buttons provided
   
 
 

The ALM200 Alarm Annunciator provides an ideal solution to alarm monitoring problems which allows an operator to monitor the alarm status of critical parameters. The fault inputs are field selectable for normally open or normally closed input operation. Use of microcontroller has greatly reduced the number of components, thereby enhancing reliability and efficiency. The special software filters of microcontrollers remove spurious faults. 

The incoming fault signals from the various potential free field contacts are scanned and processed, driving the corresponding LED window and hooter contact in order to announce the fault. The ALM200 has the facility of first fault identification wherein from a group of faults the occurrence of first fault is indicated in a different manner as compared to the subsequent faults according to the operating sequence selected. The super bright LEDs ensure a long and absolutely maintenance free window life along with good visibility and low power consumption.

 

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