The IPA Series Live training is geared towards those responsible for installing, designing and implementing fire alarm system. A basic knowledge of fire alarm systems with some exposure to addressable fire panel programming concepts is recommended. Attendees should bring a laptop computer with an Ethernet port for panel programming (Potter Panel Programming software is compatible with Windows 10 and newer). Ethernet cables will be provided for use in class.
The two-day course will cover the IPA series fire alarm panels and programming software. Day 1 will focus on hardware (fire alarm panels and peripherals) with Day 2 covering panel programming software with hands-on exercises. Training will take place from 8:30am to 4:30pm on both days. Upon completion attendee will have the tools to successfully install, program and start-up a Potter Addressable fire alarm system.
- Class attendance is limited to 8 people.
- The charge for the Anchorage based class is $200 per attendee.
After attending this two-day basic training, you will be able to register for the advanced training. Advanced training covers peer to peer (panel to panel) networking and smoke control programming.