SIGA2-PHS - Steel Fire Equipment
EST Catalog  Intelligent Initiating Devices
Intelligent Smoke
& Heat Detector
with Optional
CO Sensor
SIGA2-PHS, SIGA2-PHCOS
5278-1657:
0300
Overview
Signature Series SIGA2-PH(CO)S photoelectric detectors bring
advanced multisensing technology to a practical design that increases efficiency, saves installation time, cuts costs, and extends
life safety and property protection capabilities. Continuous selfdiagnostics ensure reliability over the long-haul, while innovative
field-replacable smoke chambers make detector maintenance
literally a snap. With its modular CO sensor, this detector pulls
double-duty — continually monitoring the environment for signs of
heat and smoke — as well as its invisible yet deadly companion,
carbon monoxide.
Like all Signature Series detectors, the SIGA2-PHS is an intelligent device that gathers analog information from its smoke and
heat sensors, converting this data into digital signals. To make an
alarm decision, the detector’s on-board microprocessor measures
and analyzes all sensor readings and compares this information
to historical data. Digital filters remove signal patterns that are not
typical of fires, thus virtually eliminating unwanted alarms.
The SIGA2-PHCOS includes an advanced carbon monoxide sensor and daughterboard. When the electrochemical cell reaches
its end of life after approximately six years, the detector signals a
trouble condition to the control panel. The sensor/daughterboard
module is field-replaceable.
S853
Standard Features
Note: Some features described here may not be supported by
all control systems. Check your control panel’s Installation and
Operation Guide for details.
• Integrates optical smoke and fixed heat sensing technologies
with an optional carbon monoxide sensor
• Three thermistor sensors for symmetrical thermal response
• Field-replacable smoke chamber
• Field-replacable carbon monoxide sensor/daughterboard
module
• Uses existing wiring
• Automatic device mapping
• Ground fault detection by module
• Up to 250 devices per loop
• Two levels of environmental compensation
• Two levels of dirty detector warning
• Twenty pre-alarm settings
• Five sensitivity settings
• Non-volatile memory
• Electronic addressing
• Environmental compensation
• Identification of dirty or defective detectors
• Automatic day/night sensitivity adjustment
• Bicolor (green/red) status LED
• Standard, relay, fault isolator, and audible mounting bases
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Application
Sensing and reporting technology
Smoke detection
The SIGA2-PHS detects extremely small particles of combustion
and triggers an alarm at the first sign of smoke. Thanks to its highperformance forward scattering reflective response technology,
the photoelectric smoke sensor responds quickly and reliably to
a wide range of fire types, espe­cially slow burning fires fuelled by
combustibles typically found in modern multi-use buildings.
The microprocessor in each detector provides four additional benefits - Self-diagnostics and History Log, Automatic Device Mapping, Stand-alone Operation and Fast, Stable Communication.
Heat detection
The SIGA2-PHS provides a 135°F (57°C) fixed-temperature heat
sensor for the detection of heat due to fire. The heat sensor monitors the temperature of the air and determines whether an alarm
should be initiated.
Carbon monoxide detection
In addition to integrated smoke and heat sensors, the SIGA2PHCOS includes an electrochemical carbon monoxide sensor. CO
detection has rapidly become a standard part of life safety strategies everywhere. Monitored CO detection is becoming mandated
with increasing frequency in all types of commercial applications,
but particularly in occupancies such as hotels, rooming houses,
dormitories, day care facilities, schools, hospitals, assisted living
facilities, and nursing homes. In fact, more than half of the U.S.
population already lives in states requiring the installation of CO
detectors in some commercial occupancies. This is because carbon monoxide is the leading cause of accidental poisoning deaths
in America. Known as the “Silent Killer,” CO is odorless, tasteless,
and colorless. It claims nearly 500 lives, and results in more than
15,000 hospital visits annually.
Self-diagnostics and History Log - Each Signature Series
detector constantly runs self-checks to provide important maintenance information. The results of the self-check are automatically
updated and permanently stored in the detector’s non-volatile
memory
Automatic Device Mapping - The loop controller learns where
each device’s serial number address is installed relative to other
devices on the circuit. The mapping feature provides supervision
of each device’s installed location to prevent a detector from being
reinstalled (after cleaning etc.) in a different location from where it
was originally.
Stand-alone Operation - A decentralized alarm decision by the
detector is guaranteed. On-board intelligence permits the detector
to operate in stand-alone mode. If loop controller CPU communications fail for more than four seconds, all devices on that circuit
go into stand-alone mode. The circuit acts like a conventional
alarm receiving circuit.
Fast Stable Communication - On-board intelligence means less
information needs to be sent between the detector and the loop
controller. Other than regular supervisory polling response, the
detector only needs to communicate with the loop controller when
it has something new to report.
Accessories
Installation
Signature Series detectors mount to North American 1-gang
boxes, 3-1/2 inch or 4 inch octagon boxes, and to 4 inch square
electrical boxes 1-1/2 inches (38 mm) deep. They mount to European BESA and 1-gang boxes with 60.3 mm fixing centers. See
mounting base installation and wiring for more information.
Testing & Maintenance
Each detector automatically identifies when it is dirty or defective
and causes a “dirty detector” message. The detector’s sensitivity measurement can also be transmitted to the loop controller. A
sensitivity report can be printed to satisfy NFPA sensitivity measurements which must be conducted at the end of the first year
and every two years thereafter.
The user-friendly maintenance program shows the current state
of each detector and other pertinent messages. Single detectors
may be turned off temporarily from the control panel. Availability
of maintenance features is dependent on the fire alarm system
used. When the CO sensor’s electrochemical cell reaches its end
of life, the detector signals a trouble condition to the control panel.
The sensor/daughterboard module is field-replaceable. Scheduled
maintenance (Regular or Selected) for proper detector operation
should be planned to meet the requirements of the Authority Having Jurisdiction (AHJ). Refer to current NFPA 72, NFPA 720, and
ULC CAN/ULC 536 standards.
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Detector mounting bases have wiring terminals that are accessible from the “room-side” after mounting the base to the electrical
box. The bases mount to North American 1-gang boxes and to
3½ inch or 4 inch octagon boxes, 1½ inches (38 mm) deep. They
also mount to European BESA and 1-gang boxes with 60.3 mm
fixing centers. The SIGA-SB4, SIGA-RB4, and SIGA-IB4 mount to
North American 4 inch sq. electrical boxes in addition to the above
boxes. They include the SIGA-TS4 Trim Skirt which is used to
cover the “mounting ears” on the base. The SIGA-AB4G mounts
to a 4” square box only.
SIGA-AB4G/T
Audible Base
SIGA-SB
Standard Base
SIGA-IB
Isolator Base
SIGA-RB
Relay Base
SIGA-LED
Remote LED
Remote LED SIGA-LED - The remote LED connects to the
SIGA-SB or SIGA-SB4 Standard Base only. It features a North
American size 1-gang plastic faceplate with a white finish and red
alarm LED.
SIGA-TS4 Trim Skirt - Supplied with 4 inch bases, it can also
be ordered separately to use with the other bases to help hide
surface imperfections not covered by the smaller bases.
SIGA-AB4G and SIGA-AB4GT - These sounder bases are designed for use where localized or group alarm signaling is required.
The SIGA-AB4G is compatible with Signature Series smoke and
heat detectors. The SIGA-AB4GT sounder base, when used with
the SIGA-TCDR Temporal Pattern Generator module, adds an
audible output function to any Signature Series detector, including
fire and CO detectors.
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Typical Wiring
The detector mounting bases accept #18 AWG (0.75mm2), #16
(1.0mm2), #14 AWG (1.5mm2), and #12 AWG (2.5mm²) wire sizes.
Note: Sizes #16 AWG (1.0mm ) and #18 AWG (0.75mm ) are
preferred for ease of installation. See Signature Loop Controller
catalog sheet for detailed wiring requirement specifications.
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2
Audible Detector Base for CO
and Fire Detectors, SIGA-AB4GT
The Signature Series AB4GT sounder base, when used with the
SIGA-TCDR Temporal Pattern Generator, adds an audible output
function to any Signature Series detector. For more information on
this device, refer to Data Sheet 85001-0623 -- Sounder Base for
CO and Fire Detectors.
Standard Detector Base, SIGA-SB, SIGA-SB4
This is the basic mounting base
for Edwards Signature Series detectors. The SIGA-LED Remote
LED is supported by the Standard Base.
Term Description
1 Not Used
2 DATA IN/OUT (+)
3 Not Used
4 DATA IN (-)
5 Remote LED (-)
6 Remote LED (+)
7 Not Used
8 DATA OUT (-)
4
Remote LED
Max resistance
per wire
must not exceed
10 Ohms
DATA IN (-)
DATA OUT (-)
DATA IN (+)
From Signature Controller
or Previous Device
TCDR Riser +
TCDR Riser SLC +
DATA OUT (+)
To Next Device
TCDR Riser +
TCDR Riser SLC +
SLC SLC -
Isolator Detector Base, SIGA-IB, SIGA-IB4
This base includes a built-in line fault isolator for use on Class A
circuits. A detector must be installed for it to operate. The isolator
base does not support the SIGA-LED Remote LED.
The isolator operates as follows:
- a short on the line causes all isolators to open within 23 msec
- at 10 msec intervals,
beginning on one side
of the Class A circuit nearest the loop
controller, the isolators
close to provide the
next isolator down the
line with power
- when the isolator next to
the short closes, reopens within 10 msec.
The process repeats beginning on the
other side of the loop controller.
1.0 Amp @ 30 VDC
(Pilot Duty)
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Volume setting. Default is high volume. For low volume, cut trace per item 4.
2.
Reserved for future use. Do not cut.
3.
Reserved for future use. Do not cut.
4.
To configure output volume, cut trace as shown.
5.
To next SIGA-AB4GT sounder base or EOL relay.
6.
SLC_OUT to next intelligent addressable device.
7.
SLC_IN from intelligent addressable controller or previous device.
8.
From SIGA-TCDR Temporal Pattern Generator or previous SIGA-AB4GT
sounder base.
Audible Detector Base, SIGA-AB4G
Term Description
1 Not Used
2 DATA IN/OUT (+)
3 DATA IN (-)
4 Not Used
5 Not Used
6 DATA OUT (-)
7 Not Used
This base is designed for use where localized or group alarm signaling is required. When the detector senses an alarm condition,
the audible base emits a local alarm signal. The optional SIGA-CRR
Polarity Reversal Relay can be used for sounding to other audible
bases on the same 24 Vdc circuit.
Volume setting
Relay Detector Base, SIGA-RB, SIGA-RB4
This base includes a relay. Normally open or closed operation
is selected during installation.
The dry contact is rated for 1 amp
(pilot duty) @ 30 Vdc. The relay’s
position is supervised to avoid accidentally jarring it out of position.
The SIGA-RB can be operated as
a control relay if programmed to
do so at the control panel (EST3
V.2 only). The relay base does not
support the SIGA-LED Remote
CONTACT RATING
LED.
1.
Tone setting
Default = High volume
Cut for low volume
Default = Temporal pattern
Cut for steady tone
SIG+
SIG-
DATA- DATA- DATA+
OUT
IN IN/OUT
To configure output volume
or tone, cut the circuit board
as shown.
24 Vdc in From power supply or +
previous base
Data in
From Signature controller or
previous device +
Term Description
1 Normally Open
2 DATA IN/OUT (+)
3 Common
4 DATA IN (-)
5 Not Used
6 Normally-Closed
7 DATA OUT (-)
-
24 Vdc out
+ To next base or EOL relay
-
Data out
+ To next Signature device
Relay and Audible Bases operate as follows:
-at system power-up or reset, the relay is de-energized
-when a detector is installed in the base with the power on, the relay energizes for four seconds, then de-energizes
-when a detector is removed from a base with the power on, the relay is de-energized
-when the detector enters the alarm state, the relay is energized.
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Compatibility
SIGA2-PH(CO)S detectors are compatible only with the Signature Loop Controller.
Contact us...
Email: edwards.fire@fs.utc.com
Web: www.est-fire.com
EST is an EDWARDS brand.
1016 Corporate Park Drive
Mebane, NC 27302
Warnings & Cautions
This detector will not operate without electrical power. As fires frequently cause power
interruption, we suggest you discuss further safeguards with your fire protection specialist.
This detector will NOT sense fires that start in areas where smoke cannot reach the detector. Smoke from fires in walls, roofs, or on the opposite side of closed doors may not reach
the detector to alarm it.
In Canada, contact Chubb Edwards...
Email: inquiries@chubbedwards.com
Web: www.chubbedwards.com
Specifications
© 2013 UTC Fire & Security Americas
Corporation, Inc. All rights reserved.
Specifications subject to change
without notice. Edwards is part of UTC
Climate, Controls & Security, a unit of
United Technologies Corporation.
Operating voltage
Normal operating current
Standalone alarm current
Alarm Current
Air velocity
Heat sensor alarm point
Construction and finish
Wall mounting
Mounting
Maximum spacing
Shipping weight
Compatible bases
Operating environment
Operating environment
SIGA2-PHS
Storage temperature
Environmental compensation
SIGA2-PHCOS
15.20 to 19.95 VDC
70 µA
18 mA
70 µA
0 to 4,000 ft./min (0 to 20 m/s).
130 to 140 °F (54 to 60 °C)
High impact engineering polymer
Maximum 12 in (305 mm) from ceiling
Plug-in
50 ft. (15.2 m) centers
0.44 lb. (164 g)
See Ordering Information
32 to 100°F (0 to 38°C)
32 to 120°F (0 to 49°C)
0 to 93% RH, noncondensing
0 to 93% RH, noncondensing
−4 to 140°F (−20 to 60°C)
Automatic
Ordering Information
Catalog
Number
SIGA2-PHS
SIGA2PHCOS-CA
Intelligent Multisensor Photoelectric/Heat Detector
Intelligent Multisensor Photoelectric/Heat Detector
with carbon monoxide sensor
Intelligent Multisensor Photoelectric/Heat Detector
with carbon monoxide sensor (for use in Canadian markets only)
Accessories
SIGA-SB
SIGA-SB4
SIGA-RB
SIGA-RB4
SIGA-IB
SIGA-IB4
SIGA-LED
SIGA-AB4G
SIGA-AB4GT
SIGA-TCDR
SIGA-TS4
2-SPRC1
2-SPRC2
2-CORPL
Detector Mounting Base - Standard
4-inch Detector Mounting Base c/w Trim Skirt
Detector Mounting Base w/Relay
4-inch Detector Mounting Base w/Relay, c/w Trim Skirt
Detector Mounting Base w/Fault Isolator
4-inch Detector Mounting Base w/ Fault Isolator, c/w Trim Skirt
Remote Alarm LED (not for EN54 applications)
Audible (Sounder) Base for Fire Detectors
Audible (Sounder) Base for CO and Fire Detectors
Temporal Pattern Generator (for use with SIGA-AB4GT)
Trim Skirt (supplied with 4-inch bases)
Replacement Smoke Chamber (for SIGA2-PHS detectors)
Replacement Smoke Chamber (for SIGA2-PHCOS detectors)
Replacement CO Sensor
SIGA2-PHCOS
Ship Wt.
lbs (kg)
0.4 (0.16)
0.4 (0.16)
0.4 (0.16)
0.2 (.09)
0.3 (0.15)
0.3 (0.15)
0.2 (0.1)
0.1 (.04)
0.1 (.04)
0.1 (.04)
0.1 (.04)
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