UTC 2X ADDRESSABLE
ZITON ADDRESSABLE FIRE PANELS
2X-F2-XX FIRE PANEL
The fire panels supplied in local language, with user interface, with 2 loops that supports up to 256 devices in 128 zones, have standard 4 supervised sounder/fire-routing outputs, which can be used as freely programmable outputs as well.
In addition 2 conventional relay outputs and 2 supervised outputs, working in pair and dedicated to common fire and fault conditions, as well as 2 user configurable inputs for monitoring and control are available.
20 or a 40 zone fire/ fault LED indicator board can be mounted in the panel or repeater with ample space for custom text.
ZP2- F2 -XX FIRE PANEL
The fire panels supplied in local language, with user interface, with 2 loops that supports up to 254 devices each (127 addresses) in 128 zones, have standard 4 supervised sounder/fire-routing outputs, which can be used as freely programmable outputs as well.
In addition 2 conventional relay outputs and 2 supervised outputs, working in pair and dedicated to common fire and fault conditions, as well as 2 user configurable inputs for monitoring and control are available. 20 or a 40 zone fire/ fault LED indicator board can be mounted in the panel or repeater with ample space for custom text.
ZP3 SERIES FIRE PANEL
Advanced panel design combined with high sensitivity smoke and fire sensing enables the ZP3 control panel not only to identify and disregard conditions that would result in false or unwanted alarms, but to recognise real fires sooner.
The ZP3 is available in 1, 2, and 4 loop configurations, accommodating up to 508 sensing addresses.
For sites requiring more loops, panels may be networked together to form systems capable of controlling more than 50 000 devices from as much as 100 control panels
ZITON SMOKE AND THERMAL SENSORS
The ZP785-3 is an addressable call point of stylish design, providing a manual means of initiating a fire alarm on ZP3 analogue addressable systems.
Complying with EN 54 Part 11, the ZP785-3 is suitable for installations meeting the recommendations of many local codes (e.g. BS 5839 Part 1).
The unit is operated either by pressing a resettable element (EN54 Part 11) or by breaking a frangible glass with finger pressure.
Glass elements have clear vinyl coatings on the front surface to prevent operator injury and to inhibit the release of loose fragments as the glass is broken. Both operating elements are easily interchangeable.
ANALOGUE OPTICAL SMOKE SENSOR
Reliable sensing for most fire alarm applications
Designed for early response to slow burning, smoldering fires, the ZP730-2 is an analogue smoke sensor, developed to provide reliable sensing for most fire alarm applications.
The sensors proven stability in air movement associated with air conditioning systems has made it a popular selection for modern building interiors.
Operating on light scatter principles, the ZP730-2 fully meets the sensitivity requirements of European Standard, EN 54 Pt 7 and is approved by several international approval bodies.
ANALOGUE THERMAL SENSOR
The ZP720-3 analogue thermal sensor is a thermistor controlled device that responds to changes in its ambient temperature. The device provides a reliable response to fires in areas where environmental conditions may prohibit the use of smoke sensors.
The sensitivity of each sensor is set by the ZP control panel and can be adjusted between four levels – from 58ºC to 75ºC – either manually or automatically on a timed basis. At sensitivity level two, the ZP720-3 fully meets the requirements of European Standard EN 54 Pt 5 (grade 1) and is approved by several international approval bodies. Temperature levels are continuously sensed by the unit and transmitted via the ZP wiring loop as electronic signals, which are assessed and verified by the control panel prior to any alarm decision being taken.
APPOLLO SMOKE & HEAT DETECTORS
THREE ZONE AUTOMATIC GAS EXTINGUISHING PANEL
The Ex-3000 series, three zone automatic extinguishing panel is approved to
EN12094-1(European standard for Fixed Firefighting Systems-Components for Gas Extinguishing Systems) and EN54-parts 2 and 4
SERIES 65 OPTICAL SMOKE DETECTOR
Optical smoke detectors incorporate a pulsing LED located in a chamber within the housing of the detector. The chamber is designed to exclude light from any external source.
At an angle to the LED is a photo-diode which normally does not register the column of light emitted by the LED. In the event of smoke from a fire entering the chamber, the light pulse from the LED will be scattered and hence registered by the photo-diode.
If the photo-diode “sees” smoke on the two following pulses, the detector changes into the alarm state and the indicator LED lights up.
The detector housing is identical to that of the ionization detector but has an indicator LED which is clear in quiescent state but produces red light in alarm.
SERIES 65 HEAT DETECTOR
The A1R, BR and CR (rate-of-rise) heat detectors operate by using a matched pair of thermistors to sense heat. One thermistor is exposed to the ambient temperature, the other is sealed.
In normal conditions the two thermistors register similar temperatures, but, on the development of a fire, the temperature recorded by the exposed thermistor will increase rapidly, resulting in an imbalance, causing the detector to change into the alarm state.
Rate-of-rise detectors are designed to detect a fire as the temperature increases, but they also have a fixed upper limit at which the detector will go into alarm if the rate of temperature increase has been too slow to trigger the detector earlier. The CS (static response) heat detector has only one thermistor and changes to the alarm state at a preset temperature. Externally, the heat detectors are distinguishable from the smoke detectors by having wide openings to the surrounding atmosphere to allow good movement of air around the external thermistor.
DISCOVERY INTELLIGENT SMOKE & HEAT DETECTORS
OPTICAL SMOKE DETECTOR
The Discovery optical smoke detector is suitable for slow burning or smouldering fires and should be positioned where these are most likely to occur.
They can be set to a sensitivity mode best suited for the application.
The Discovery heat detector, distinguishable by the low airflow resistant case, uses a single thermistor to sense the air temperature around the detector.
This type of detector is particularly useful where the environment is dirty or smoke under normal conditions.
The Discovery multi-sensor detector comprises optical smoke and thermistor temperature sensors whose outputs are combined to give the final analogue value.
As a result, the multi-sensor is useful over a wide range of applications and is highly immune to false alarms.
INERGEN GAS SUPPRESSION EQUIPMENT
GEKKO FIRE PANEL & DEVICES
GAS EXTINGUISHING PANEL
The GEKKO Fire Alarm Control Panel is the successor of the enormously popular JUNIOR panel of which tens of thousands have been installed all over the world.
In line with the architecture chosen for the high end OCTOPLUS expandable panel, the GEKKO can have from 1 to 4 addressable loops and can be networked using the CHAMELEON network protocol, up to 32 panels can be networked in a single system.