VOCIA LSI-16e

The Vocia® enhanced Life Safety Interface 16e (LSI-16e) is a networked device that serves as an interface between a Vocia system and emergency or fire alarm systems. The LSI-16e may accept up to three sources of power: main power is from an external, standards compliant, battery backed 24V DC source but the LSI-16e can also utilize Power over Ethernet (PoE) delivered via either of its two network ports. The device is equipped with parallel I/O ports for direct interface to fire and emergency control equipment. The LSI-16e uses Ethernet-based control protocols to function within a Vocia system.

Features
  • Parallel I/O ports for direct interface with fire alarm and emergency equipment
  • 8 monitored I/O and 8 control inputs
  • Redundant network connection and power supply options
  • Power and data over a single Ethernet cable
  • Web interface for emergency device reporting
  • Local storage of configuration data
  • Rotary switches for unit identification
  • Up to 4 discrete emergency inputs
  • 16 additional general purpose inputs can be programmed to play an emergency message, enable zone reset or zone silence; maximum of 10 inputs can be assigned per emergency zone
 
  • Each general purpose input can be programmed as TTL, high range or monitored high range
  • General purpose inputs allow monitoring for short to ground and open circuit
  • Up to 500 virtual inputs via RS232 or Ethernet
  • Provides system health monitoring via RS232 or Ethernet
  • Status LEDs
  • Rack mountable (1RU)
  • EN 54-16 certified, CE marked, UL listed and RoHS compliant
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