WebFire is a hardware device that, once connected to a fire control panel, allows remote control and monitoring.
The data (e.g. connected devices, zones, alarms, isolations, etc.) is obtained through the communication protocols of the panels, has so far been studied and implemented the Hochiki protocol (both via serial and TCP/IP).
WebFire allows the exposure of the obtained data through various technologies, including Modbus (the standard protocol used for communication with PLCs), e-mail and Arteco OC.
It also has an Ethernet network port through which it can be connected to a LAN network, thus becoming accessible from any device connected to the network.
The device provides a web interface accessible from the most common browsers that makes possible actions on the panel, including: