On modern addressable fi re alarm systems, the remote output of a detector may often be unavailable because it is used for another purpose, to drive a sounder base, or a relay base for example.
Because of this, we designed our addressable remote indicator, to ensure that a remote LED indication would always be available. The remote Indicator can either be connected as part of the loop, or as a spur from the detector it is indicating.
It has the same address as the detector it is indicating, and will now light whenever the panel tells the detector to light.
There is also a version that will listen to a number of consecutive addresses, designed for when there are more than one detectors behind a locked door.