Testing system for emergency lighting does not need data cabling

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All the benefits of automatic testing of emergency-lighting systems without wiring for data communication is offered by P4’s Fastel KFR system.
A wire-free system for testing emergency lighting systems has been developed by P4. Fastel KFR brings all the benefits of Fastel technology into a radio-monitored LAN addressable self-testing system. Because no data wiring is required to the emergency luminaires, Fastel KFR can be installed very quickly and effectively. The system communications digitally through the Fastelink M-Web system, which can monitor up to 500 emergency-lighting units on a LAN. It has a range of up to 100 m and operates at 173 MHz.
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