Installing security alarm system End of Line (EOL) resistors has never been faster. Never get your resistors wrong or suffer from broken joins again. Using the ATMOD is as simple as:
Gone are the days of fiddly soldering or crimping individual resistors only to have them break or find out your apprentice has installed them all backwards! A new apprentice or even untrained staff can install alarm devices using the ATMOD in a fraction of the time traditionally required.
Yellow – 4K7/4K7 Resistors – Cardax/Gallagher systems
Red – 10K/10K Resistors – Challenger & Pacom systems
Blue – 6K8/2K2 Resistors – Inner Range/Concept systems
Black – 1K/1K Resistors – C-Cure & Protégé systems
The Power Port 8FR is an expandable module designed to provide protected power distribution for building electronic access control and security devices.
In addition the PP8FR also interfaces electronic access control devices to a buildings fire detection and emergency evacuation system.
The PP4F is a direct expansion board for the PP8FR adding four more outputs. The PP4F can also be used as a standalone fuse module and interfaced to new or existing equipment.
Perfect size for security instalations, two fuses for PIRs, one for keypad/expander power and one for siren/strobe.
The ADI provides a simple all in one method of connecting access control and emergency signals to any automatic door.
By implementing a clear division between the different services connecting to an auto door the ADI eliminates the grey area of who is responsible for what that so often causes costly delays in install and break down situations.
Jack Fuse develops products in response to the lack of structured power distribution and termination solutions in the electronic access control and security industries.
Jack Fuse strives for sustainability. To that end we use renewed and renewable resources whenever possible.
We are also able to re-cycle all Jack Fuse products.
Jack Fuse actively encourages its suppliers to provide a more sustainable product by using recyclable packaging. We also ask our customers to use only e-mail correspondence to avoid paper waste. We recommend you take this stance with all company dealings.
Jack Fuse products were originally sold under the name Ramseon Technology. The name was changed to
Jack Fuse in Q3 2011.