Tools & Software
As the listener increases their distance from the speaker, sound pressure or volume will decrease for the receiver. This tool uses a calculation to analyze how the sound propagates in the air.
Formerly known as the Equivalent Facilitation Calculator, the Strobe Coverage Calculator was programmed to assist you in the design of audible or visible notification device circuits. The data provided by the user helps perform the calculations described in NFPA 72-2002, 2007, 2010 and 2013 edition, which enables a performance-based alternative in lieu of tables for spacing ceiling mounted devices.
Voltage Drop calculations for System Sensor AV products can be done using the Honeywell Online Tools for Fire (HOTFire) site. HOTFire is a free online site that helps users quickly plan and model notification appliance circuits (NACs) using the entire line of SpectrAlert® Advance and L-Series. Its simple, step-by-step process makes it easy for users to configure panels and circuits from a variety of devices.
With the free Fire/CO Value Calculator, you can estimate potential savings generated by the Advanced Multi-Criteria Fire/CO Detector over other defined configurations. Your actual project savings and costs may vary.
The i4 Voltage Calculator determines the voltage required for your detection system, so you can calculate your power supply and battery requirements. Whether your installation is 12 or 24 volt, 2 or 4 wires, this tool quickly calculates your voltage needs based on the number of i4 combination detectors and compatible i3 detectors you enter, with up to 12 devices per i4 module.
PipeIQ® is the free all-in-one system design, configuration, and monitoring software for the System Sensor FAAST line of aspirating smoke detectors, including the new FAAST XT. This latest software also includes an enhanced interface for increased ease of use. PipeIQ guides users through the initial pipe layout and system configuration for a FAAST aspiration system.