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Relay Modules

FW-RM SWIFT Wireless Relay Module

FW-RM SWIFT® wireless relay modules allow the control panel to switch contacts by code command. The relay contains an isolated set of Form C contacts, which operate as an SPDT switch.

Overview

FW-RM SWIFT® wireless relay modules allow the control panel to switch contacts by code command. The relay contains an isolated set of Form C contacts, which operate as an SPDT switch. Circuit connections to the relay are not supervised by the module. The FW-RM SWIFT relay module can be used to activate functions such as a remote power supply (in conjunction with a monitor module), elevator recall, door holders, and fan shutdown of wired devices or SWIFT devices within the same mesh network. The modules also includes a panel-controlled LED indicator.

SWIFT wireless modules are intelligent (addressable) modules that provide secure, reliable communication to the Fire Alarm Control Panel (FACP) across a Class A mesh network. Wireless modules create an opportunity for applications where it is costly(concrete walls/ceilings, buried wires), obtrusive (surface mount conduit), or possibly dangerous (asbestos) to use traditional wired devices. In addition, both wired and wireless devices can be present on the same FACP providing an integrated wired-wireless solution for increased installation potential.

The mesh network within the SWIFT system creates a child-parent relationship between the devices so that each device has two parents providing a second path for communications on every device. If one device can no longer operate for any reason, the rest of the devices can still communicate with each other, directly or through one or more intermediate devices. The SWIFT system also engages frequency hopping to prevent system interference whether intentional or accidental.

The devices communicate across the mesh network through a gate-way to the FACP. The FACP views the SWIFT wireless device and another addressable device on the system providing similar detection functions and outputs as a wired counterpart. In addition, both wired and wireless devices can be present on the same FACP to meet the needs of a given application. A SWIFT wireless system can use any combination of modules, smoke and heat detectors, pull stations, and AV bases.

Features & Benefits:
  • Wireless installation
  • Class A mesh network
  • Addressable code wheels
  • Commercial applications
  • Frequency hopping
  • Bi-directional communications
Certifications:
  • UL S635 Listed
  • UL 268 Listed
  • CSFM: 7300-0028:0277
  • FM Approved
  • FCC ID: AUB-WFSRM
  • IC ID: 573X-WFSRM
Others
Name
Description
File Size
Date
Size
SWIFT World Ski Championships Case Study-Case Study
application/pdf 1.22 MB
8/14/2023
1.22 MB
SWIFT Wireless FAQ Flyer-Brochure
application/pdf 218.48 KB
5/17/2023
218.48 KB
Sales Sheet
Name
Description
File Size
Date
Size
SWIFT Wireless Integrated Fire Technology Sell Sheet
application/pdf 721.38 KB
8/16/2023
721.38 KB
SWIFT - Smart Wireless Integrated Fire Technology Sell Sheet-Sell Sheet
application/pdf 354.04 KB
3/30/2023
354.04 KB
Name
Description
File Size
Date
Size
SWIFT Wireless Integrated Fire Technology Sell Sheet
721.38 KB
8/16/2023
721.38 KB
SWIFT World Ski Championships Case Study-Case Study
1.22 MB
8/14/2023
1.22 MB
SWIFT - Smart Wireless Integrated Fire Technology Sell Sheet-Sell Sheet
354.04 KB
3/30/2023
354.04 KB
SWIFT Wireless FAQ Flyer-Brochure
218.48 KB
5/17/2023
218.48 KB
Name
Description
File Size
Date
Size
SWIFT World Ski Championships Case Study-Case Study
1.22 MB
8/14/2023
SWIFT Wireless FAQ Flyer-Brochure
218.48 KB
5/17/2023
SWIFT Wireless Integrated Fire Technology Sell Sheet
721.38 KB
8/16/2023
SWIFT - Smart Wireless Integrated Fire Technology Sell Sheet-Sell Sheet
354.04 KB
3/30/2023