Aspiration Centrals

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NOTIFIER-283 Model: 8100E-SP-BOM



The intelligent FAAST ™ aspiration smoke detector

 

Features

The FAAST ™ Intelligent Suction Smoke Detector Model 8100E-SP-BOM is an advanced particle detection system, designed for use in applications of high and very high sensitivity 8100E-SP-BOM. The detector automatically discards particles larger than 20 micrometers without going through the filter. This reduces the maintenance and durability of the internal filter. The detector scrutinizes the air surrounding the sampling holes in the suction pipe network to detect the presence of smoke. FAAST incorporates a display that provides a clear indication of status, smoke particle level, alarm level, air flow and fault that can be discerned at a glance. FAAST can accurately detect incipient fire conditions 30 minutes before the fire develops in a Class A and Class B type of fire thanks to its innovative detection and filtering technologies. FAAST ™ combines its advanced communication capability with a wide variety of user-defined settings. The detector provides five alarm levels that can be programmed for interlocked or non-locked relays and alarm delays that can be set between 0 and 60 seconds. The blue LED allows you to measure extremely small particles to reach a wide range of camera sensitivity between 0.0015% osc / m and 20.5% osc / m. Dimensions in mm: 337 (height) x 330 (width) x 127 (depth). Sampling temperature: -20ºC to 60ºC.
Maximum length of a pipe 120 m 36 holes in all its classes A, B; C. (perform Justification calculations)

In accordance with Regulation (EU) No 305/2011 of the European Parliament on construction products. Approved according to the requirements of EN54-20 (class A, B, C) and EN54-17 with CPD Certificate: 0786-CPD-21130

Requires 24 Vdc power supply according to EN54-4. Supplied with PipeIQ design software.

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