• 80-Character Remote Annunciator

The LCD-80F is a compact, cost-effective, 80-character, back- lit LCD remote Fire Annunciator for use with the Fire-Lite MS- 9200UD Series and MS-9600 Series Fire Alarm Control Pan- els (FACPs). The LCD-80F displays complete system point status information and includes control switches for remote control of critical system functions.

Up to 32 LCD-80Fs may be connected onto the EIA-485 termi- nal port of each FACP. The LCD-80F requires no program- ming, which saves time during system commissioning.


  • 80-character Liquid Crystal Display
  • Mimics all display information from the host panel
  • Control switches for System Acknowledge, Signal Silence, Drill and Reset with enable key
  • System status LEDs for Power, Alarm, Trouble, Supervisory and Alarm Silenced
  • No programming necessary
  • Displays device type identifiers, individual point alarm, trouble or supervisory, zone and custom alpha labels
  • Time-and-date display field
  • Aesthetically pleasing design
  • May be powered from the host FACP or by remote power supply (requires 24 VDC)
  • Up to 32 LCD-80F annunciators per FACP
  • Plug-in terminal blocks for ease of installation and service
  • Can be remotely located up to 6,000 feet (1828.8 m) from the FACP
  • Local piezo sounder with alarm and trouble resound
  • Semi-flush mounts to 2.188" (5.556 cm) minimum deep, three-gang electrical box or three-gangable electrical switchbox
  • Surface mounts to Fire-Lite PN SBB-3 surface backbox

Technical Specifications:

  • Operating Voltage Range: 18 VDC to 28 VDC
  • Current Consumption @ 24 VDC nominal (filtered and nonresettable):
  • Normal/Standby (no activity): 64.3 mA
  • Trouble Condition: 64.3 mA
  • Alarm: 64.3 mA
  • AC Fail (not backlit): 25 mA
  • Maximum of 6,000 feet (1828.8 m) cable length from FACP to LCD-80F annunciators

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80-Character Remote Annunciator

  • Product Code: FIRE-LITE:LCD-80F

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