Fire Detector and Sprinkler systems overview

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5808LST







Ordering Information Product Literature

The powerful 5808LST is a combination wireless photoelectric smoke
and heat detector that trips when temperatures reach 135º F. Ideal for difficult
to wire locations, situations where room aesthetics are critical or where
hazardous materials exist, the 5808LST provides the ultimate in installation
flexibility.

Remarkably cost-effective, the attractive, low profile unit blends
easily with any décor and provides benefits rarely found in smoke detectors in
this price range. Smart Check™ remote maintenance reporting automatically alerts
the central station when it is in need of service, and built-in drift
compensation continuously corrects sensitivity variances caused by dust. The
5808LST is UL 268 listed for use in both commercial and residential
applications.

Features

  • Low profile housing
  • Extended battery life – Two 3V Lithium
  • Automatic drift compensation
  • Smart Check™ – pre-alarm maintenance signal
  • Test/alarm silence button – Immediate signal 2.5 sec delay
    horn activation
  • Field replaceable chamber
  • Heat Detector – dual 135° thermistors
  • Low temperature alert signal
  • Temporal Code 3 sounder
  • Pre-Low battery signal to central station (if applicable)
    seven days prior to horn chirp
  • UL 268 – Commercial and
    Residential







  • 5809







    Ordering Information Product Literature

    ADEMCO’s 5809 wireless fixed heat and rate-of-rise temperature
    sensor offers expanded fire detection and installation flexibility. It is ideal
    for hard to wire locations and applications that require more than smoke
    detection. With no wires to run, the 5809 is fast and easy to install.

    The 5809 combines both rate-of-rise and fixed temperature
    sensors. Fires typically cause a rapid rise in temperature in the surrounding
    area. The 5809’s rate-of-rise thermostat senses the rise in temperature and
    signals an alarm if the increase is 15° or more per minute. A built-in fixed
    temperature sensor will also signal an alarm if the environmental temperature
    rises above 135°F. The 5809 is UL Listed (UL521) and CSFM approved for
    commercial and residential applications.

    The 5809 is UL Listed (UL521) and CSFM approved for commercial
    and residential applications.

    • Contains a built-in transmitter which can send alarm,
      supervisory and battery condition messages to the system’s
      receiver/control unit
    • Powered by a three-volt lithium
      battery. If the battery voltage gets too low, the 5809 sends a low
      battery signal to the control panel
    • Features a tamper switch, which causes a trouble signal to be sent to the control if the unit is removed from the mounting base
    • UL Listed for Commercial (when using 5881EH Receiver) or Residential applications







    VistaCom-kt4







    Ordering Information Product Literature


    Commercial fire/burglary control and cost savings by eliminating a dedicated phone line

    • VISTA-128FBP Fire/Burglary Control Panel
    • 6160CR Commercial Fire Keypad
    • 7845CF Cellular Fire Radio

    systemsensor.com






    At System Sensor, innovation
    is more than an ideal; innovation is our
    way of life. Every day we design fire,
    carbon monoxide and heat detection and
    notification devices that use the most
    innovative technologies in the most inventive
    ways. We create products for our
    customers that are convenient to install,
    efficient to operate and offer the highest
    level of reliability. In other words, we
    make it our business to develop advanced
    ideas that deliver advanced solutions.










    Conventional

    Detection

    Audible/Visible

    Notification

    HVAC
    Systems

    Monitoring

    Sprinkler
    Systems

    Monitoring

    Intelligent

    Detection










    The System Sensor CO1224 carbon monoxide detector safeguards
    life with its electrochemical sensing technology, the industry’s
    most reliable technology that accurately measures and provides
    early warning of carbon monoxide levels in the air.

    We offer the broadest lines in conventional smoke detection.


    Our new i3™ Series takes a unique approach toward reducing costs with
    its installation ease, intelligence, and instant inspection.

    And our carbon monoxide, heat and beam detectors provide an effective solution when specialty detection is required.








    Conventional Detection


    Series: 100 Series

    Type: Plug-in Smoke Detector

    Model: 2151

    Description: The 2151 is a low profile, plug-in photoelectric smoke detector.








    Data Sheet



    Installation Instructions


    2-Wire Compatibility Manufacturers and Models Table




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    Specifications: 2151













    Detection: Photoelectric


    Operating Voltage: (Mounting Base Dependent)


    Alarm Current: (Mounting Base Dependent)


    Temperature Range: 32° to 120°F (0° to 49°C)


    Humidity Range: 10% to 93% RH, noncondensing


    Dimensions: 2.0″ (51mm) H x 4.1″ (104mm) Dia. (unflanged base) or 6.1″ (155mm) Dia. flanged base


    Weight: 3.1 oz. (88 g)




    Conventional Detection


    Series: 400 Series

    Type: Plug-in Smoke Detector

    Model: 1451

    Description: The 1451 is a plug-in ionization smoke detector.







    Installation Instructions


    2-Wire Compatibility Manufacturers and Models Table




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    Specifications: 1451



















    Detection: Ionization


    Operating Voltage: (Mounting Base Dependent)


    Alarm Current: (Mounting Base Dependent)


    Standby Current: 120 µA max.


    Temperature Range: 32° to 120°F (0° to 49°C)


    Humidity Range: 10% to 93% RH, noncondensing


    UL Listed Velocity Range: 1200 fpm max.


    Sensitivity: 1.9% ± 0.6%/ft. nominal


    Dimensions: 3.2″ (8.1cm) H x 4.0″ (10.2cm) Dia. (unflanged base) or 6.2″ (15.7cm) Dia. flanged base


    Weight: 0.5 lb. (227 g)





    Conventional Detection


    Series: 400 Series

    Type: Direct-Wire Smoke Detector

    Model: 1400

    Description: The 1400 is a 2-wire, ionization smoke detector.







    Installation Instructions


    2-Wire Compatibility Manufacturers and Models Table




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    Specifications: 1400




    Conventional Detection


    Series: 400 Series

    Type: Plug-in Heat Detector

    Model: 4451HT

    Description: The 4451HT is a high-temperature plug-in heat detector.







    Installation Instructions


    2-Wire Compatibility Manufacturers and Models Table




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    Specifications: 4451HT




















    Detection: Heat


    Heat Sensor: 190°F (88°C) fixed


    Operating Voltage: (Mounting Base Dependent)


    Alarm Current: (Mounting Base Dependent)


    Standby Current: 100 µA


    Temperature Range: 32° to 150°F (0° to 66°C)


    Humidity Range: 10% to 93% RH, noncondensing


    Wiring Gauge: 12-18 AWG, twisted pair recommended


    Dimensions: 2.1″ (53mm) H x 4.1″ (104mm) Dia.


    Weight: 5 oz. (150 g)










    5623

    Data Sheet (pdf)

    Installation Instructions (pdf)

    135°F Fixed Temp, Dual-Circuit Mechanical Heat Detector





    5624

    Data Sheet (pdf)

    Installation Instructions (pdf)

    194°F Fixed Temp, Dual-Circuit Mechanical Heat Detector












    4451HT

    Data Sheet (pdf)

    Installation Instructions (pdf)

    The 4451HT is a high-temperature plug-in heat detector.





    5451

    Data Sheet (pdf)

    Installation Instructions (pdf)

    The 5451 is a combination fixed and rate-of-rise, plug-in heat detector.





    5601P

    Data Sheet (pdf)

    Installation Instructions (pdf)

    135°F Fixed Temp/Rate-of-Rise, Single-Circuit Mechanical Heat Detector with Plain Housing






    Why Beam Smoke Detection?

    Beam
    smoke detection provides better coverage for high-ceiling or large open
    areas where spot detectors are not well suited, such as churches,
    warehouses, atriums and barns.

    In addition, depending upon the application, beam smoke detection is more economical than spot detection.

    The
    Beam responds fast to all types of fires, works with all colors of
    smoke, including black, and better addresses stratification concerns.


    Better Coverage for Large Open Areas


    BEAM DETECTION OFFERS 20 TIMES THE COVERAGE
    OF A SINGLE SPOT-TYPE SMOKE DETECTOR!































































    The 5600 Series

    Mechanical Heat Detectors





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    Why Mechanical Heat Detection?

    System Sensor’s 5600 series mechanical heat detectors are ideal for property protection against fire and for non-life-safety installations where smoke detectors are inappropriate due to:

    • Excessive steam, moisture, dust, humidity or temperature

    Typical applications include:

    • Residential, such as kitchens, attics and garages.
    • Commercial, such as warehouses, storage facilities, restaurant kitchens, elevator machine rooms, elevator shafts and electrical closets.








    Clear Visual Indication

    5600
    series mechanical heat detectors feature clear visual indication of the
    activation method and temperature rating. Seven models have
    simple-to-read alpha-numeric text on the exterior.



    One
    model (5601P) has no letters, numbers or markings on the exterior. It
    is ideal for residential applications where external markings may
    compromise the visual integrity of the product and its surroundings.

    5600 Series Configurations

    5600 series mechanical heat detectors are available in multiple configurations to satisfy a broad range of installations:

    • Single- and dual-circuit models
    • Fixed temperature and combination
    • Fixed temperature/rate-of-rise
    • 135ºF or 194ºF ratings

    5600 Series Model Numbers



































    Model # Description
    5601P Single circuit, Fixed/ROR, 135°F “Unmarked”
    5602 Single circuit, Fixed/ROR, 194°F
    5603 Single circuit, Fixed 135°F
    5604 Single circuit, Fixed 194°F
    5621 Dual circuit, Fixed/ROR, 135°F
    5622 Dual circuit, Fixed/ROR, 194°F
    5623 Dual circuit, Fixed 135°F
    5624 Dual circuit, Fixed 194°F





    Operating Principles

    Rate-of-Rise (ROR)

    The ROR function will initiate an alarm when the rate of temperature increase exceeds 15 degrees Fahrenheit per minute.

    The
    air inside the chamber (dome) expands faster than it can escape. The
    increasing pressure inside the chamber begins to depress a thin
    diaphragm, which, in turn closes the contact and initiates a fire alarm
    condition.

    The ROR function is restorable and can be
    tested. Care should be taken so the temperature does not exceed the
    fixed temperature element.







    Operating Principles

    Fixed temperature

    Every
    5600 series model has a circular external heat collector. The fusible
    alloy of the external collector will melt and initiate an alarm when
    the temperature surrounding the detector reaches a predetermined level
    (either 135 degrees Fahrenheit or 194 degrees Fahrenheit).

    The
    external collector will be released from the dome of the unit and cause
    an internal diaphragm to depress the integral alarm contact.

    The
    fixed temperature function is not restorable because the external heat
    collector has been destroyed and, therefore, cannot be tested.



    5600 Series Installation Advantages

    5600 series mechanical heat detector features make installation easy by:

    • Using SEMS-type Philips-head terminal screws to provide an easier and more positive wiring connection.
    • Having
      conductors that are clamped by the SEMS-type terminals instead of
      wrapping a conductor around a screw, a method used by other
      manufacturers.
    • Accommodating 14 to 22 AWG conductors.

    5600 Series Installation Advantages

    5600 series mechanical heat detectors mount to the most common back boxes, including:

    • Single-gang
    • 3.5″ and 4″ octagonal
    • 4″ square back box with square to round plaster ring

    A reversible mounting base accommodates surface and flush mount installations.


    5600 Series Mechanical Heat Detectors

    System Sensor’s 5600 series mechanical heat detectors provide an effective solution when specialty detection is required





    What Is Sprinkler Systems Monitoring?

    • Sprinkler systems monitoring is the monitoring of water flow, pressure and valve positions within a sprinkler system.


    Wet Pipe Sprinkler System







    Sprinkler Monitoring Devices

    • Sprinkler monitoring devices monitor condition variances within the sprinkler system.
    • System Sensor product categories:
      • Waterflow detectors
      • Pressure switches
      • Supervisory switches
        • Explosion proof models are available for all System Sensor sprinkler monitoring devices.









    Fire Sprinkler System Types

    Two main types of systems:

    • Wet pipe (most common)
    • Dry pipe


    Wet Pipe Sprinkler Systems


    • Wet pipe systems are:
      • Filled with water at all times.
      • Best suited in areas where pipes are not subject to freezing temperatures or accidental discharge.

    • With a wet pipe system:
      • Heat from fire causes an operating element in the sprinkler head to activate, resulting in water being discharged.
      • Water discharges only through sprinklers that have been exposed to the high temperatures from a fire.

    Wet Pipe Sprinkler Systems

    • Devices that typically comprise a wet pipe system include:
      • Waterflow detectors that monitor the flow of water within the pipe.
      • Supervisory switches that monitor the open valve positions, which ensure the system is operable during a fire condition.
      • Alarm pressure switches that are sometimes used to monitor water flow.

    Dry Pipe Sprinkler Systems


    • Dry pipe systems:
      • Are filled with water only during activation.
      • Contain compressed air to hold back water.
      • Are best suited in areas that are subject to freezing temperatures.

    • With a dry pipe system:
      • When a sprinkler head opens, air in the pipe releases and a valve opens, allowing water to fill the system.
      • An activated sprinkler causes the
        system’s pressure to change, which activates a pressure switch, then
        activates an alarm at the panel.
      • Water discharges only through sprinklers that have been exposed to the high temperatures from a fire.

    Dry Pipe Sprinkler Systems


    • Devices that typically comprise a dry pipe system include:
      • Supervisory pressure switches that
        monitor the pressure level. If the pressure falls too low, the air
        pressure regulator turns the air compressor on to add pressure to the
        system. If the system pressure rises too high, air will be drained from
        the system. In each case, the pressure switch sends a trouble signal to
        the releasing panel.
      • Alarm
        pressure switches that detect the activation of a sprinkler head. When
        air pressure drops too quickly, an alarm is activated. This loss of
        pressure will over-power the abilities of the pump that adds pressure
        to the system.
      • Supervisory switches that monitor the positions of the valves, ensuring the system is operable during a fire condition.







    Waterflow Detectors

    • Waterflow detectors monitor the water flow within a fire sprinkler system that is caused by the activation of a sprinkler head.
    • System Sensor waterflow detectors:
      • WFD Conventional
      • WFDT – Branch line signaling and residential
      • WFDTH – Residential









    Waterflow Detectors


    • Conventional saddle type waterflow detectors:
      • Are available for pipes sized two inches to eight inches.
      • Include models WFD20, WFD25, WFD30-2, WFD35, WFD40, WFD50, WFD60 and WFD80.
      • Are often installed in riser applications: risers are the vertical supply pipes in a sprinkler system.
      • Use floor control assemblies, as pictured.
      • Are compatible with Schedule 10 & 40 pipe.
      • Enclosure specifications are:
        • NEMA 4
        • UL listed for indoor/outdoor applications


    T-tap models


    • T-tap models (branch line and residential detectors):
      • Include System Sensor models WFDT, WFDTH and WFDTNR.
      • Are
        designed for “thread-in” applications, which are compatible with a one
        inch NPT. Also, 12 paddles are offered for a variety of pipe material
        and sizes.
      • Primary signalling in residential systems and branch line signalling in larger systems.
      • Are resistant to tampering.
      • Enclosure specifications are:
        • NEMA 4 (WFDT only).
        • UL listed for indoor/outdoor applications.

    T-tap models

    • WFDTH
      • Indicates a discharge from a sprinkler head.
      • Is designed for primary signaling in residential systems.
      • Fits within standard 2×4 stud wall construction.
      • Has the same electrical and mechanical characteristics as the WFDT.
    • WFDTNR
      • Is used primarily in residential applications.
      • Is identical to the WFDT and WFDTH, but does not have a mechanical retard.








    Waterflow Detectors

    • Unique water flow product features include:
      • Field-replaceable terminal block with front mounted terminals.
      • Field-replaceable retard mechanism.
        • No need to drain the entire system.

      • New delay adjustment dial.
        • More user-friendly with the approximate delay in seconds posted directly on the dial.

      • Two 1/2 inch conduit openings.
        • One open
        • One knock-out type

      • Wiring diagrams on the inside cover and on the terminal block.

    Pressure Switches


    • Alarm pressure switches (EPS10 series):
      • Sense water flow in the piping, which is caused by discharge from a sprinkler head.
      • Are available in one- and two-switch models.
      • Include System Sensor models EPS10-1 and EPS10-2.

    • Supervisory pressure switches (EPS40 and EPS120 series):
      • Monitor and help maintain a desired pressure level within the system.
      • Are available in one- and two-switch models.
      • Include System Sensor models EPS40-1, EPS40-2, EPS120-1 and EPS120-2.
      • Are most commonly used in dry pipe systems.
      • Cover a range of pressure ratings from 4-20 psi to 10-200 psi.








    Supervisory Switches

    • Supervisory switches monitor the open position of valves used in a sprinkler system.
    • Three styles of supervisory switches are:
      • OSY2: Outside Screw & Yoke
      • PIBV2: Post Indicator and Butterfly Valve
      • PSP1: Special Purpose









    OSY2 Supervisory Switches

    OSY2:

    • Requires fewer and less expensive conduit fittings for an electrical connection.
    • Has a rugged mounting bracket that does not bend.
    • Offers larger diameter carriage bolts that allow the OSY2 to securely mount on valves.
    • Has wiring diagrams on the inside cover of the device.









    PIBV2 Supervisory Switches

    PIBV2:

    • Requires fewer and less expensive conduit fittings for an electrical connection.
    • Offers
      bi-directional mounting that allows for reverse action of the switch to
      accommodate both rising and falling flag installations.
    • Has a new, longer actuating arm with a breakaway feature, as pictured.
    • Has wiring diagrams on the inside cover of the device.









    PSP1 Supervisory Switches

    PSP1:

    • Has a versatile 360 degree mounting option.
    • Has a plug that snaps securely into the jack.
    • Works where other switches will not, providing a solution for every application.









    Explosion Proof Sprinkler Monitoring Products

    Explosion proof products:

    • Are designed for installation in hazardous locations.
    • System Sensor offers a full line of explosion proof products, including:
      • Waterflow detectors
      • Pressure switches
      • Supervisory switches


    Explosion Proof Sprinkler Monitoring Products


    • Explosion proof waterflow detectors and pressure switches are classified as follows:
      • Class I, Groups B, C and D, Divisions 1 and 2
      • Class II, Groups E, F and G, Divisions 1 and 2
      • Class III, Divisions 1 and 2

    • WFDEXP model numbers include:
      • WFD20EXP, WFD25EXP, WFD30-2EXP, WFD35EXP, WFD40EXP, WFD50EXP, WFD60EXP and WFD80EXP

    • EPSEXP model numbers include:
      • EPS10EXP, EPS40EXP and EPS120EXP

    Explosion Proof Sprinkler Monitoring Products

    Explosion proof supervisory switches are classified as follows:

    • Class I, Groups C and D, Divisions 1 and 2
    • Class II, Groups E, F and G, Divisions 1 and 2

    Model numbers include:

    • OSYEXP: Outside Screw and Yoke
    • PIBVEXP: Post Indicator or Butterfly Valve





    Sprinkler Alarm Notification Products


    • PDRP Series Fire Alarm Control Panel
      • PDRP-1001 Two-zone pre-action/deluge.

      • Initiating and release circuit fault & fuse protection with up to 90 hours of standby.

    • Outdoor Horn/Strobe – P12015K
      • UL outdoor listed.
      • Watertight when used with the WBB weatherproof back box.
      • 120 VAC, 15 candela.

    • Alarm Bells
      • SSV series (120VAC) & SSM series (24VDC).
      • Available in 6 inch, 8 inch and 10 inch.
      • 80dB+ sound output.


















    Conventional

    Detection

    Audible/Visible

    Notification

    HVAC
    Systems

    Monitoring

    Sprinkler
    Systems
    Monitoring
    Intelligent

    Detection














    Intelligent
    Detection Product Line


    Smoke Detectors
    Duct Smoke Detectors
    Beam Smoke Detectors
    Thermal

    Eclipse
    Modules
    Bases
    Pinnacle
    Filtrex
    Acclimate
    Accessories









    System Sensor’s intelligent smoke detectors use advanced communications protocols to
    ensure accuracy and stability. Sophisticated software provides false alarm reduction
    and automatically monitors detector sensitivity. Extensive research and development allow
    us to optimize technologies based on environment and risk.

    Take a look at laser technology used in clean rooms and communications centers,
    difficult environment smoke detectors for dusty or dirty facilities, multi-criteria
    devices for areas requiring stability and performance and intrinsically safe smoke
    detectors for hazardous environments.





    Acclimate Brochure



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    ED-PTI

    Data Sheet (pdf)

    Installation Instructions (pdf)

    Eclipse Series Photoelectric Smoke Detector with Thermal and Built-in Isolator





    ED-T

    Data Sheet (pdf)

    Installation Instructions (pdf)

    Eclipse Series Fixed Temperature/Rate-of-Rise/High-Temperature Thermal Detector





    ED-TI

    Data Sheet (pdf)

    Installation Instructions (pdf)

    Eclipse Series Fixed Temperature/Rate-of-Rise/High-Temperature Thermal Detector with Built-in Isolator

















    Conventional

    Detection

    Audible/Visible

    Notification

    HVAC
    Systems

    Monitoring

    Sprinkler
    Systems
    Monitoring
    Intelligent

    Detection














    Intelligent
    Detection Product Line


    Smoke Detectors
    Duct Smoke Detectors
    Beam Smoke Detectors
    Thermal

    Eclipse
    Modules
    Bases
    Pinnacle
    Filtrex
    Acclimate
    Accessories












    Intelligent Detection


    Series: Eclipse

    Type: Intelligent Smoke Detector

    Model: ED-T

    Description: Eclipse Series Fixed Temperature/Rate-of-Rise/High-Temperature Thermal Detector







    Data Sheet



    Installation Instructions



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    Specifications: ED-T













    Operating Temperature Range: Thermal:
    -4° to 100°F (-20° to 38°C), 135° to 174°F
    setpoint; High-Temp: -4 to 150°F (-20° to 66°C), 175°
    to 190°F setpoint


    Operating Humidity Range: 10% to 93% RH noncondensing


    Dimensions: 4.1″ Dia., 2.1″ High in EB base


    Thermal Ratings: 135°F (57°C) fixed temperature setpoint; 15°F (8.3°C) per min. rate-of-rise; 190°F (88°C) high-temp


    Shipping Weight: 4.8 oz. (136 g)


    Voltage Range: 15 – 30 volts DC peak


    Standby Ratings: 451 µA @ 24 VDC (continuous broadcasts)



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