Overview of the AFC series control panels and some of the features.
Cabinet installation, power requirements, battery backup information.
Introduces all the P-Link (RS-485) panel accessories.
Covers installation and wiring of all the P-Link panel accessories.
Covers all the SLC devices including installation.
PAD SLC Addressing
Addressing of all PAD protocol devices.
Nohmi SLC Addressing
Addressing of all Nohmi protocol devices.
Learn how all the NACs and the I/Os can be individually configured as output circuits.
Learn how all the I/Os and I circuits can be individually configured as inputs.
Covers the on board relays including Alarm, Supervisory, and Trouble.
Learn how to start up a system, connect to a panel, and upload the program.
Covers the P-Comm connections including email and IP reporting.
Overview of the AFC Series programming software and its features.
Learn how to change the upload/download user name.
Add job information or service contact information to emails, reports, and the software.
Set up system wide settings, customize the LCD screen, and much more.
Quickly set up a schedule for day/night sensitivity.
Set up to 20 email addresses to receive statuses and reports from the panel.
Create up to 8 different scheduled emails for reminders, monthly reports, and more.
Customize 10 different keypad user codes.
Assign a static IP to the panel as well as other LAN settings.
Configure the UD-1000 for reporting to a central station.
Configure the on-board P-Comm for IP communication to a central station.
Covers all the different accessory devices that connect to the P-Link connection.
Configure and name points on the SLC, power supplies, and P-Link devices.
Covers zone settings and zone page layout.
Learn how to share a common reporting technology.
Learn how to print reports from the programming software.
This is an instructional video demonstrating how to properly fill out and complete an HMX voice panel order form.
PSN Series Power Supply
Learn about QuadraSync, Reference EOL, and more to save you time and money on your next fire alarm project.
PFC-6000 Learn Function
Demonstrates the LEARN function auto programming.
See how to easily program the ASB on the PFC-6000 series panels.
Simply program elevator recall with drag-and-drop software.
Fire Drill Zone Programming
Set up and activate NACs for a fire drill.
SLC Device Addressing
Address SLC devices using the fire panel or hand-held programmer.
Disable and Enable
Disable or enable groups of points via the keypad or a key switch.
Supervisory Zone Programming
Learn how to create a zone for supervisory points.
Sprinkler Monitoring Panel
Learn about Potter's PFC-6006 Sprinkler Monitoring Panel.
Program the on-board dialer for the Sprinkler Monitoring Panel.
Test detector sensitivity from a PFC-6000 Series fire panel.
Facility Management Tool
Learn how to use Potter's innovative Facility Management software.
Setting a Static IP
Learn how to set a static IP address at the PFC-6000 series fire alarm control panel.
Troubleshooting IP Conflict - Windows 7
Learn how to troubleshoot IP conflicts in Windows 7.
Troubleshooting IP Conflict - Windows 8
Learn how to troubleshoot IP conflicts in Windows 8.
End User Video Guide
Covers several end user features of the Potter fire panels.
PFC-6075R Releasing Panel
Covers the releasing features and characteristics of the PFC-6075R.
Covers a few software shortcuts that can save you time when using the programming software.
Outlines the suggested method for testing the PFC-6000 Series fire panels by using the built in walktest feature.
Locate an SLC device, find duplicate addresses, and see the status of a smoke or heat detector with PinPoint.
PSN Power Supply Installation
Installation video for the PSN Series power supply.
Overview of the PFC-4064 control panel and some of its features.
PFC-4064: Notification Circuits
Demonstrates how the NACs can be individually configured via the keypad.
Demonstrates how the inputs can be independently configured via the keypad.
PFC-4064: Software Zones
Demonstrates how to map inputs and outputs via the keypad.