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Supernet Central is a PC based Alarm and Status Monitoring Graphics System, which runs under the Windows XP operating system. It can display alarms and events, in both text and graphical formats, from a wide range of inputs in, including; fire, security and building management systems. Supernet Central can interface to the Supernet proprietary network or to an Ethernet LAN to obtain remote alarm and event inputs. A Graphics Editor is provided with which to build up the site maps/drawings and overlay zones and data points that are displayed in Supernet Central. The Supernet Alarm Satellite acts in a similar way to that of a Fire Panel Repeater, providing a clear display of the active alarms, and allowing remote user access to the system without the need for the Supernet Central software or Supernet Controller hardware. Supernet Central is installed as a number of application modules. The modules installed for a given system are dependent on the facilities required and the interface method. Application Modules
This function displays a virtual front panel of the Supernet controller. The display mimics the actual text on the controller display and the keys on the keypad can be activated by clicking with the mouse to perform the same functions as the physical Supernet controller. The virtual front panel is one of the main points within the Supernet Graphics System program where the operator can silence and reset alarms.
Procedures are text windows that are automatically displayed when an associated alarm is activated. This allows specific text to be displayed against an alarm, giving the operator additional information or instructions to follow.
This function displays a graphical mimic of the overall site or building. The graphics can be based on either line drawings of the site and buildings or actual photographs, with graphics superimposed. Parts of the mimic can be shaded to indicate further mimics detailing the floor plan(s) of the building are available. Double clicking with the mouse on any of the shaded areas will open another window for each floor or room in the building. Monitoring points such as smoke detectors are depicted by small coloured symbols. The graphic drawings/maps and I/O mapping is set up using the Graphics Editor.
The Trending application is used to record and display data of a monitoring point, either as a graph or a table of numbers. It is predominantly used for Fire Systems where it can provide maintenance data on an analogue fire sensor.
The Alarm List is displayed in a floating window that is always on screen. The window can be re-
This function executes the Supernet configuration program and allows the configuration of any Supernet Controller and Fire Panel connected to the network.
This function executes the Backfire configuration program, which is used to configure the Firequest family of fire panels.