Telefire's 7000 series includes addressable analog control units for fire detection and extingushing. Telefire's 7000 series is a global leading and consistently maintains a high standard and a reliable reputation.

The systems are designed and manufactured strictly according to US and European standard; they control and offer solutions for the most recent requirements in modern building, including built-in smoke management, automatic extinguishing, addressable PA, firemen's telephone, management control and integration with other system.

The 7000 series control units manage addressable input devices such as: smoke detectors, heat detectors, combined detectors, alarm buttons, etc.

The control units are based on advanced unique technology and quality components, which provide a maximal reliable solutions for various needs and requirements of fire detection and extinguishing.

The 7000 series systems are designed as a modular environment, open systems with flexible interface allowing quick and easy integration ot external devices, in instalation, maintenance, control and reporting subsystem.

ADR - 3000


Modularity : 1 to 128 loops, each with 127 address
Flexible Capacity : From 127 to 16,256 addresses
Small Basic Unit : Configurable 1 to 4 loops
Networking Capability : Linking as many as 32 control panel
Internet Ready : Optional module adds monitoring and notification capabilities :
  • Web Server
  • E-Mail notification
  • SMS paging
  • Fire alarm monitoring via LAN/WAN/Internet
  • Advanced Activation Matrix : Activates any output / relay according to specific logical combination of input devices / zones / control panels
    Alarm Response Time : Less than 1 second
    PC Control : Device programming, system control, map display and maintenance based on Telefire's proprietary TCS-3040 software, via a standard RS-232 interface
    Programmability : All parameters entered from front panel (does not require a PC)
    Remote Programming : Software update and control (optional)
    Protected Access : Password-protected authorized access
    Distributed Intelligence : Embedded signal processing in the detector and control panel
    User Friendly : Operations and Maintenance
    Large LCD Display : Alphanumeric 4x40 characters illuminated display indicating major events , alarm, fault, etc
    Drift Compensation : Keeps sensivity setting stable during environmental changes and detector compensation
    Day and Night Sensivity Setting : Flexible adoption to the protected site's working hours
    Maintenance Alarm : A recommendation to clean detector
    Event Memory : Accumulate history of alarm and fault events
    Class "A" or "B" Operational Modes : Programmable as required
    High Survivability : High noise immunity and automatic recovery
    Automatic Device Programming : Auto recognition of devise address and type
    EMC Tested : Industral CE Approved

    Series 7000
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    GUARD - 7

    An addressable analog smart control unit that can control up to 60 devices.

    The GUARD-7 is designed for relatively small sites, with the advanced features and capabilities of large site.

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    SAVER - 7000

    An analog smart control unit that can control a single loop of 127 addresses, and can be expanded by an additional loop to allow the ability of controlling up to 254 addresses.

    The SAVER-7000 is designed for small to medium sites that require the functions of fire detection, automatic extinguishing, management and control such as smoke management, addressable public address and firemen's telephone.

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    ADR - 7000

    An analog smart control unit developed using new and advanced technology.

    The ADR-7000 is suitable for installation in large and complex projects in which an advanced system is required with capabilities for complex control, management and programming.

    It is a modular system that can be expanded to up to 8 loops and up to a total of 1016 smart devices in a single control unit.

    The control unit can be connected by peer-to-peer wiring in a control unit network.

    advantage using telefire


  • Aesthetic modern design.
  • Plastic cover enabling installation over or under the plaster.
  • An intuitive and friendly graphic display on an LCD screen.
  • LED lamps indicating major events.
  • Quick and easy detection of incidents and failure in routine and in emergency operation
  • Display system status and events log of incidents on a single screen.
  • Display of the first and the last alarm; for quick understanding and analyzing the fire's propagation
  • Synchronization among all blinking lamps, in all loops of the unit.

  • Built-in keyboard enables quick and easy programming
  • Maximum flexibility in site design and installation
  • Optional installation of either a local system or multiple-unit system.
  • Programming the system without turning it off.
  • Modular expandable systems.
  • Quick wiring, connecting and programming of detectors, buttons and additional devices.
  • Ownership registration for security and protection.
  • User authorization management.
  • An integerated detector and an addressable sub-unit design.
  • Diagnostic tools for checking all communication types among devices on installation and maintenance steps.

  • Control devices assuring the continuous and reliable operation.
  • Malfunction indication alerts in addressable devices.
  • Consistent advanced control of the system's lines.
  • Protecting the power lines using an ACM current management sytem.
  • An automatic offset corrections (prevents false alarm).
  • Battery charged controlling, alerts current supply failure.
  • Alaram verification system.
  • Calendar management enables to apply different sensivity for day/night, holiday and special adjusment.
  • Addresses management.
  • Integerated smoke management.

  • Integrated diagnostic tool for detecting installation and operation Malfunction (including leakage faults).
  • Reporting system enables an overview of history of events log.
  • Comprehensive history of incidens, registration of all authorized operations.
  • An automatic dialer, activated by an internal clock.
  • An isolated control of each device for an accurate incident management.
  • Display of system incidents on a single screen.
  • Field personal testing of each device on site, bu a human technician.
  • Online connecting to the net, allows remote control applicaions.
  • An ability of activating/de-activating by groups of devices (device type of other).