Products Details

MR-2300-LCDR Remote LCD Annunciator


General Application From the smallest business to the largest facility or campus, small conventional panels feature large capacity power supplies and easy front panel programming while large intelligent systems lead the market in sophisticated features including distributed emergency audio and are remarkably easy to configure and program. In addition to systems, Secutron™ also offers the most complete line of advanced detection industry with the advanced system features required by emerging fire codes and new protection design practices. Large intelligent networked systems support fully redundant network modularity, graphic display annunciation/monitoring, building management system integration, programmable smoke control and multi-channel emergency communications across buildings, campuses or communities. Secutron™ systems are also supported with the largest selection of detectors, signaling devices and accessory devices, including intelligent power supplies.

• Listed to UL 864, 9th edition.Available in six and twelve zone models
• Available in LED and LCD Display configurations
• LCD Display versions are equipped with a 2 line by 20 character back-lit LCD display and numerical
• Integrated UDACT/Digital Communicator on select models
• Front panel and PC programmable
• LED Display versions are front panel (using CFG-300 configuration tool) and PC programmable
• Remote upload/download capabilities
• Base panel is equipped with Class “B” (Style “B”) initiating circuits which may be configured as Class “A” (Style “D”) using a Class “A” converter module
• Initiating circuits may be configured as Alarm, Verified Alarm, Waterflow Alarm, Sprinkler Alarm, Latching or Non-Latching Supervisory, Monitor and Trouble- Only
• Base panel is equipped with Class “B” (Style “Y”) indicating circuits which may be configured as Class “A” (Style “Z”) using a Class “A” signal converter module
• Audible signals may be configured for Steady, Temporal Code, California Code and March Time
• Indicating Circuits may be configured as Silenceable or Non-Silenceable for both signals and strobes
• Built-in sync protocols for the following strobe manufacturers: Mircom, Amseco, System Sensor,
Gentex, Faraday and Wheelock
• Relay contacts for Common Alarm, Auxiliary/Alarm (Disconnectable), Common Supervisory and Common Trouble
• Configurable Signal Silence Inhibit, Auto Signal Silence and One-Man Walk Test
• Subsequent Alarm, Supervisory, and Trouble operation
• RS-485 Interface for Remote LED Annunciators, LCD Annunciators and Remote Smart Relay Modules
• Two event history logs comprised of a 200 event alarm log for alarm related events and a 200 event general log for all other events
• 5 Amp Power Supply
• Optional modules for additional internal relay circuits and City Tie/Polarity Reversal
• Optional trim rings for semi-flush mounting


AC Input 120VAC @ 60Hz
Standby Power 24VDC standby batteries
Charging Capability 4 to 12 AH
Indicating Circuits Power limited / 24VDC unfiltered / 1.7A @ 49°C per circuit. Maximum 5 Amps.
Unfiltered supply (full wave rectified) Power limited / 24VDC unfiltered / 1.7A max at 49°C
Auxiliary Relays (Common alarm/supv/trb/ and auxiliary second alarm)
FormC / 28VDC / 1A max

Current Consumption
Model Standby Alarm
MR-2306-DDR 142 mA (112 mA*) 312 mA (282 mA*)
MR-2312-DDR 174mA (104 mA*) 444mA (394 mA*)
MR-2312-LDR 164mA (104 mA*) 424mA (364 mA*)