IFP-2000 / RPS-2000 The IFP-2000 is an intelligent analog/addressable fire alarm control panel (FACP). The basic IFP-2000 panel contains one built in signaling line circuit (SLC), which can support 159 IDP sensors and 159 IDP modules or 127 Hochiki devices per loop. Additional SLC loops can be added using the model 5815XL SLC expander to increase the overall point capacity to a maximum of 636 points per panel. IFP-2000 has the interconnection capability for up to 8 panels. The system has two modes of operation, Multiple panels covering one larger building, or multiple independent buildings. RPS-2000 is used in a networked system where at least one IFP-2000 is in the system. It is the same as an IFP-2000 without the display. IFP-2000 has eight on-board Flexput™ circuits that can be configured for auxiliary power, notification outputs, or for conventional smoke detector inputs (Class A or Class B). The FACP also has a built-in, dual-line digital fire communicator, Form C trouble relay, and two programmable Form C relays. IFP-2000 has powerful features such as detector sensitivity, day/night thresholds, drift compensation, pre-trouble maintenance alert, and calibration trouble alert. IFP-2000 supports a variety of devices, including RA-2000 remote annunciator, 5824 serial/parallel printer interface module (for event logging system reports), RPS-1000 intelligent power module, and Intelligent Device Protocol (IDP) or Hochiki devices. Features • Built-in support for up to 159 IDP sensors and 159 IDP modules or 127 Hochiki SLC devices. SLC expander will increase overall capacity to 636 points per IFP-2000 panel. • RPS-2000 is used in a networked system where at least one IFP-2000 is in the system. • Up to eight IFP-2000 or RPS-2000 panels can be networked providing up to 5088 total points. • Networked panels can be configured to emulate a large virtual system or can be segmented into separate sites for multiple building applications. • Built-in UL listed digital communicator for remote reporting of system activity and system programming. • 9.0A of output power is available through 8 sets of terminals for notification and auxiliary applications per panel. • Supports Class B (Style 4) and Class A (Style 6 or Style 7) configuration for SLC, and SBUSs. • JumpStart auto programming allows for faster set up time by selecting default options for many programming tasks.