Fike Fire Control Panel (FCP)

Fike Fire Control Panel (FCP)

Complete Fire Detection System for Nearly Any Challenge

Our new family of fire control panels ensures Fike has the right fire detection technology for any unique application.

The latest evolution of Fike addressable fire control panels has arrived!

Fike FCP is compatible with Fike IDP detection devices and supports all of Fike’s detection systems, including Fike Video Analytics, air sampling, linear heat cables, flame detector cameras and thermal imaging cameras.

The FCP 300ECS and 2100ECS Emergency Communication System also include onboard voice evacuation functions to meet mass notification requirements as described in UL 2572.

FCP fire panels will ultimately replace the CyberCat product offering, which will still be available for new installations until Aug. 15, 2021. After that date, CyberCat will only be available for warranty or repair and return purposes. Please plan accordingly to meet your and your customers’ requirements and future needs.

Fike’s new family of fire panels include:

Addressable SLC Points15030030021002100
IDP Protocol75 Detectors | 75 Modules300 Mixed300 Mixed
2100 Mixed2100 Mixed
Power Supply2.5A6A6A
8 (Flexput)8 (Flexput)
SBUS Backward CompatibilityYesYesYesYesYes
Display80-Char 2x40160-Char 4x40160-Char 4x40160-Char 4x40160-Char 4x40
Voice AnnunciationNoNoYesNoYes
Speaker Circuitsn/an/a64n/a128
Recordable Messagesn/an/a15n/a15
Local Operator Consolen/an/a7n/a15

Features of the FCP control panels include:

  • Networks up to 32 panels which may be configured to protect one large building or multiple independent buildings
  • Built-in USB interface for convenient and quick programming
  • Built-in dual-line digital and IP communicator with optional cellular communication module, Form C trouble relay and two programmable Form C relays
  • Network card for copper or fiber connection option
  • Convenient field-upgradeable firmware
  • Support for up to four SWIFT wireless gateways, each allowing up to 49 wireless devices
  • Built-in synch for AMESECO, Gentex, System Sensor and Wheelock notification appliances
  • Additional features include: detector sensitivity, pre-trouble maintenance alert, calibration trouble alert, drift compensation and day/night thresholds

Fike FCP fire panels support comprehensive detectors, modules, relays and other upgrades to ensure the earliest detection and alarm possible, regardless of the application’s unique challenges. These include but are not limited to:


  • Intelligent Amplifier – Used to amplify audio messages throughout a facility
  • Local Operating Console– Combination of supervised remote microphone and annunciator for use with any emergency voice system for mass notification purposes


  • Multi-Criteria Photo/Thermal/Infrared Detector – Combines three technologies to detect multiple components of a fire and protect against nuisance alarms
  • Multi-Criteria Fire/CO Detector – Provides both fire (smoke, light/flame and heat) and carbon monoxide (CO) detection
  • Addressable Photoelectric Smoke Detector – Point ID capability allows each detector’s address to be set directly on the device, and sensitivity is programmed directly into the FCP software
  • Addressable Heat Detectors – Point ID address it set using rotary decimal switches to provide specific detector locations


  • Intelligent Pull Stations – Provide a fast and practical means of manually initiating a fire alarm signal, which is recognized by the Fike FCP by its specific address
  • Addressable Modules – Comprehensive selection of modules for monitoring the water flow tamper switch for fire sprinkler systems, operating DPDT switch functions, interfacing with contact devices such as pull stations, and more
  • Intelligent Power Module – Delivers 6 amps of notification appliance circuit power and built-in synchronization for compatible appliances, and provides its own AC power connection, battery charging circuit, and backup battery.
  • Remote Annunciator – LCD screen which mimics information displayed at the main FCP panel; typically used at key points of exit or entrance to facility or hazard.