FSK Fire and MNS (Mass Notification System) Training
DESCRIPTION: Monaco's BT-X FSK (Frequency
Shift Key) Multi Application Transceiver is installed in
protected buildings and communicates to the D-21 Central
Receiving System. The BT-X FSK Multi Application Transceivers
Class is an intensive week of education. Students learn how to
install, operate, troubleshoot, and maintain the BT-X FSK Multi
Application Transceiver and the BT-X MNS M-2 interface.
Extensive hands-on time is provided for troubleshooting, using
test equipment, programming the BT-X Transceiver, and using
diagnostics. Including training on the D-21 MNS and the BT-X MNS
to M-2 FACP Interface. The antenna lab teaches students how to
correctly terminate coaxial cable and install antennas to
prevent 80 percent of problems that customers encounter with
radio transmissions. This class is a must for anyone who works
with Monaco BT-X transceivers.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND: Anyone who is
responsible for radio alarm, Mass Notification systems,
planning/reviewing/specification writing, installation,
acceptance, and maintenance.
- The Fire Alarm Systems Design & Maintenance class within the
last two years, or NICET Level II, or five years of experience in
fire alarm panel installation is required to attend.
- Pentium-class laptop computer with Windows
95 or later, CD ROM, and at least one 9-pin RS-232 serial port or a
9-pin RS-232 to USB adaptor to program the transceivers. Students need
administrative rights to their computer
to install software used in the class.
coaxial cable lab
Multi Application Transceiver operation, programming,
maintenance, and troubleshooting for Fire and MNS
M-2 interface installation, operation, programming,
maintenance, and troubleshooting
checkout, test equipment
D-21 central station equipment Fire
and MNS programming setup
CLASS LIMIT: Class size is
limited to 18 students. Register early to ensure space