The ARIES NETLink is a fully featured and cost competitive multi-loop, intelligent, addressable and networkable Fire Suppression Control Panel designed for commercial, industrial and high tech facilities.

The ARIES NETLink is the technologically most advanced multi-loop control unit available to the industry today. Dependability and maximum protection against inadvertent release are hallmarks of Kidde Fire Systems panels. We build in safeguards so that no single component failure or combination of abnormal operating conditions, including main-microprocessor failure is allowed to result in accidental release activation.

At its core, the ARIES NETLink is a suppression panel; approved for use with Clean Agents, CO2, Wet and Dry Chemical Systems as well as water based systems such as Water Mist, Water Deluge, Pre-action and Foam. It combines the high quality, system reliability, and flexibility required by modern commercial, high-tech and industrial applications in an aesthetically pleasing and physically robust package.


  • Reliable and dependable suppression control that features Triple-R redundancy
  • Expandable from 3 to 8 SLCs (2,040 addresses)
  • Networkable up to 64 nodes with 130,560 addresses across network
  • Event-Output-Control programming
  • High level serviceability and diagnostics
  • Backwards compatible with installed base of SmartOne devices, network and suppression releases (control heads, solenoids, initiators)
  • Network supports both copper wire and fiber optic cable

Technical Specifications

  • 2 SLC with 255 SmartOne® Addresses each
  • 4 x 40 Display-Keypad
  • 2 Notification and 2 Release/ Notification Circuits
  • 3 Programmable and 1 Trouble Form-C Relays
  • USB Ports for PC and Printer
  • 4 Installer Programmable Soft-Switches
  • 10,000 Event Log Capacity

Listing & Approvals

  • FM Approved
  • UL Listed
  • cUL Listed
  • CSFM
  • NYC Fire Department Approved

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