Fire pumps play a key role in firefighting systems around the world. The coontrollers are the “brain”, located in the electrical panel, and perform multiple functions. LOVATO Electric is today a point of reference for any manufacturer of firefighting panels in terms of completeness of the range and state of the art.

Webinar objectives

Showing the technical features that make LOVATO Electric controllers quick to install, simple to maintain thanks to the programming, easy to reach remotely and ready to communicate with different systems.

Who should attend

This webinar is mainly addressed to the builders of firefighting groups and panel builders in the field. Participation is also recommended for maintenance technicians and firefighting systems designers.


A basic knowledge of the European Norm «UNI EN12845:2015 Installazioni fisse antincendio – Sistemi automatici a sprinkler Progettazione, installazione e manutenzione.» is recommended but not mandatory.


  • presentation of the FFL series: controllers for firefighting motor pumps and electric pumps, according to UNI EN 12845;
  • menu navigation;
  • I/O management and alarm reporting systems;
  • remote supervision.

How to subscribe and join the event:

This webinar will be duplicated in two different sessions in different times. We recommend to join the event 15′ earlier and lo read this useful instruction before clicking on the links below: https://www.lovatoelectric.com/lovatolink/formazione/how-to-join.jpg 

Session 1

Event address for attendees: https://lovato.webex.com/lovato/onstage/g.php?MTID=e90a5e1ff71f6d54886f6d939b686f975
Date and time: Wednesday, November 17, 2021 9:30 am
Europe Time (Rome, GMT+01:00)

Session 2

Event address for attendees:
Date and time:
Wednesday, November 17, 2021 4:00 pm
Europe Time (Rome, GMT+01:00)



Andrea Lorenzi
Andrea LorenziProduct Specialist - LOVATO Electric



Scheduled date

session1   17 Nov 2021, 9.30 am

session2  17 Nov 2021, 4.00 pm

We recommend to join the event 15′ earlier.




Free of charge.

Products shown:

Fire pump controllers