Vigilant Data Sheet M85001-0592 -- Intelligent Detectors and Bases

Vigilant Data Sheet M85001-0592 -- Intelligent Detectors and Bases
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Intelligent
Detectors and Bases
Detectors: V-PS, V-PHS, V-HFD, V-HRD
Bases: B4U, RB4U, IB4U, SB4U
Overview
Edwards Vigilant brand intelligent analog detectors are meticulously engineered to deliver high-perfor­mance features, superb
reliability, and unbeatable quality. With their highly stable design,
these detectors resist air movement caused by heating and air
conditioning, making them reliable performers ideally suited to
modern building interiors.
Standard Features
The installation and maintenance advantages of Vigilant brand
intelligent detectors add value throughout their service life. The
twist-and-lock design makes short work of installation and maintenance opera­tions. A plastic breakout on the detector housing
optionally pre­vents removal from the base except with a special
tool.
• Electronic Addressing including mapping location
A bright, easy-to-see LED flashes red when the detector is in
alarm, thus eliminating much of the guesswork when responding
to front-panel indications.
• Self diagnostic capability with on-board storage of results
• The V-HFD is fixed-temperature heat detector with an alarm
threshold of 135° F (57° C).
• Optical, heat, and multisensor models available
• Compatible standard, relay, isolator, and audible bases
• Field replaceable optical chamber
• Bases mount to standard North American two-gang or 4"
square electrical boxes
• Dual color LED provides at-a-glance alarm indication
• Tamper-resistant feature
• Optical detectors feature automatic rate compensated sensitivity adjustment, as well as dirty sensor warnings
• Manufactured to strict international ISO 9001 standards
• The V-HRD is a rate-of-rise heat detector calibrated for 15°F
(8°C) per minute.
• Assembled using surface mount technology for RF resistance
• The V-PHS houses an optical sensing chamber that detects
smoke, as well as a fixed-temperature sensor that detects
heat. The detector analyzes data from both sensors to determine when an alarm is initiated.
• Automatic detector test
• Conformally coated components resist dust and humidity
• Low Profile Design
• The V-PS houses an optical sensing chamber that detects
smoke.
All detectors feature comprehensive self-diagnostic capability.
V-PS and V-PHS optical detectors continuously adjust their sensitivity to compensate for changes in the environment such as the
presence of dirt, smoke, temperature, and humidity. These detectors issue a dirty sensor warning when they reach their preset limit.
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Heat Detectors
Detector Bases
The V-Series heat detectors are capable of performing comprehensive self-diagnostics and storing the results.
Thanks to advanced thermistor technology, V-Series heat detectors
are ideal for sensing fast, flaming fires and for applications where
smoke detection is inappropriate. They are particularly well-suited
to areas such as kitchens and shower rooms, where the ambient
temperature is relatively constant, but where steam and smoke are
present.
Compatible
electrical box
V-HRD Rate-of-Rise Heat Detector provides a 15°F (8°C) per
minute rate-of-rise 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.
V-HFD Fixed Temperature Heat Detector 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.
Optical and combination detectors
V-Series optical detectors continuously adjust their sensitivity
based on fluctuating environmental conditions such as the presence of dirt, smoke, humidity, or changes in temperature, and
notifies the panel of any changes in sensor sensitivity. When the
detector has adjusted its sensitivity to its maximum limit, it issues a
dirty sensor warning, allowing enough of a margin for maintenance
personnel to clean the detector before it goes into trouble condition.
These detectors perform comprehensive self-diagnostics and
store these details in their on-board memory.
V-PHS Optical/Fixed Temperature Detector houses an optical
sensing chamber that detects smoke, as well as a fixed-temperature sensor that detects heat. The detector analyzes data from
both sensors to determine when an alarm is initiated. This combines the suitability of optical sensing for slow burning fires with
the sensitivity of fixed-temperature detection for fast flaming fires
to arrive at a solution that responds reliably to the widest range of
fire types.
Base plate
6-32
screws
Gasket
Detector
Connect the detector to the base by rotating the detector clockwise until it snaps into the locked position.
The head can be removed by turning it counterclockwise.
If the head must lock to the base,
breakofaway
the
Bottom
detector
locking tab shown below using a pair of pliers.
Bottom of detector
Breakaway tab
To then remove the detector head, insert a small
screwdriver into the slot on the side of the base
and press in while simultaneously turning the
detector head counterclockwise.
Breakaway tab
B4U Standard Base
The B4U Analog Standard Detector Base features twist-and-lock
detector installation and is compatible with with V-Series analog
detectors. The base does not require a separate address because
it shares the address of the device it is connected to.
Remote LED Maximum
resistance
per wire
+
must not
exceed
10 Ohms
A sophisticated algorithm processes data from both sensors over
time so that an alarm is only reported when conditions precisely
match the signature of a fire. This eliminates the shortcomings of
single-sensor optical and heat detection, and significantly reduces
the risk of nuisance alarms.
V-PS Optical Smoke Detector uses an optical sensing chamber
to detect smoke. The detector analyzes data gathered by the sensor to determine when an alarm is initiated.
Thanks to its high-performance optical sensing chamber, the V-PS
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 V-PS detects extremely small
particles and triggers an alarm at the first sign of smoke.
Trim ring
Term
1
2
3
3
From
controller
or
previous
device
To next
device
SLC in (-)
SLC in (+)
SLC out (-)
SLC out (+)
Description
SLC in and SLC out (+)
SLC in (-)
Not used
Not used
Term
4
5
6
6
Description
Not used
Remote LED (+)
SLC out (-)
Remote LED (-)
LED Indication
V-Series detectors provide a bicolor status LED:
• Normal: Green LED flashes
• Alarm/active: Red LED flashes
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IB4U Isolator Detector Base
The IB4U Analog Isolator Detector Base is designed to prevent
an entire communications loop from being disabled when a short
circuit occurs. This is accomplished by isolating the part of the
loop containing the short from the remainder of the circuit. These
bases automatically restore the entire loop when the cause of the
short circuit is corrected.
SLC in (-)
SLC in (+)
From
controller
or
previous
device
TB2
Term
SLC in (+)
SLC in (-)
SLC out (+)
SLC out (-)
SLC out (-)
SLC out (+)
To next
device
SB4U Audible (Sounder) Detector Base
The SB4U is designed to add an audible output function to compatible detectors. The base can operate as an independent local
alarm, or as part of a zone or system alarm with synchronized
audible output.
Depending on the system supporting the device loop, the base
can operate as follows:
• It can follow the state of the device it supports
• It can be controlled and configured for other operating modes
through programming.
The SB4U is field-configurable for output tone (steady or temporal)
and output volume (low dBA or high dBA). The base must be connected to a continuous voltage whether the output tone is set to
steady or temporal. The base does not require a separate address
because it shares the address of the device it is connected to.
Description
DATA + (IN)
DATA - (IN)
DATA + (OUT)
DATA - (OUT)
4
RB4U Relay Detector Base
The RB4U Analog Relay Detector Base is designed to add relay
functionality to the listed compatible detectors. Form C latching
relay contacts are included for the control of appliances such as
door closers, fans, dampers, etc.
SLC in (-)
SLC in (+)
From
controller
or
previous
device
SLC out (-)
SLC out (+)
To next
device
AUX_RISER +
AUX_RISER SLC +
SLC -
AUX_RISER +
AUX_RISER SLC +
SLC -
1. AUX-RISER IN (from power supply or previous base)
2. Volume setting: default is high volume; cut per item 4 for low volume
3. Tone setting: default is temporal pattern; cut per item 4 for steady tone
4. To configure output volume or tone, cut the circuit board as shown
5. AUX_RISER OUT To next base or EOL relay
6. SLC OUT to next intelligent addressable device
TB2
7. SLC IN from intelligent addressable controller or previous device
TB1
Sleeping rooms: In sleeping areas, the high dBA output and temporal tone settings must be used. However, if the FACP is producing the three-tone temporal evacuation signal, then the high dBA
output and steady tone settings may be used.
N/O COM N/C
Term
TB1
SLC in (+)
Description
N/O (Normally open)
COM (Common)
N/C (Normally
Closed)
DATA + (IN)
Term
SLC in (-)
SLC out (+)
SLC out (-)
Description
DATA - (IN)
DATA + (OUT)
DATA - (OUT)
Contact rating:
2.0a @ 30vdc resistive
AB4G-SB: When using the AB4G-SB box,
install a reinforcing plate at every knockout
used. (Reinforcing plates are included with
the box.) Remove the knockout first, then
slide the reinforcing plate into the plastic
housing. After the plate is in place, install
the conduit connector and nut.
Notes
1. Wire in accordance with NFPA 70, National Electrical Code.
2. Be sure to observe the polarity of the terminals on the terminal block
as shown in the diagram.
3. Break wire run at each terminal. Do not loop signaling circuit field
wires around terminals.
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Specifications, SB4U Audible Detector Base
Operating voltage
Operating current
Supervisory current
Default settings
Output volume
Output tone
Sound level output
Temporal pattern
Operating
environment
Temperature
Humidity
Storage temperature
Compatible
detectors
Compatible electrical
boxes
Wire size
Base diameter
Height from box
(including detector)
Maximum distance
from ceiling (wall
mount)
24 VDC or 24 VFWR, nominal
See Table 1
DC = 1.46 mA, FWR = 2.15 mA
High dBA
Temporal pattern
See Table 2
0.5 s on, 0.5 s off, 0.5 s on, 0.5 s off, 0.5 s on,
1.5 s off, repeat cycle
 
32 to 120°F (0 to 49°C)
0 to 93% RH, noncondensing at 90°F (32°C)
-4 to 140°F (-20 to 60°C)
V-PS, V-PHS, V-HRD, and V-HFD detectors
North American 2-1/2 in. (64 mm) deep 2 gang
box
Standard 4" square box 1-1/2 in. (38 mm) deep
box
European 100 mm square box
12, 14, 16, or 18 AWG wire (2.5, 1.5, 1.0,
or 0.75 sq. mm)  (Sizes 16 and 18 AWG are
preferred)
6.0 in. (152 mm)
2.58 in. (66 mm)
12 in. (305 mm)
Operating current in mA (RMS)
Voltage
Low dBA
16 VDC
17
24 VDC
24
33 VDC
31
16 VFWR
41
24 VFWR
51
33 VFWR
60
VDC = Volts direct current, regulated and filtered
VFWR = Volts full wave rectified
High dBA
28
41
52
48
60
66
Sound level output (dBA)
Signal
Voltage
Reverberant room per UL 464 [1]
16 VDC
Temporal
24 VDC
33 VDC
16 VDC
Steady
24 VDC
33 VDC
Reverberant room per UL 268 [2]
16 VDC
Temporal
24 VDC
33 VDC
16 VDC
Steady
24 VDC
33 VDC
Low dBA
High dBA
71.3
75.0
77.7
75.8
79.2
82.0
77.2
79.8
81.5
80.5
84.1
86.0
77.3
81.0
83.7
81.8
85.2
88.0
83.2
85.8
87.5
86.5
90.1
92.0
dBA = Decibels, A-weighted
[1] For UL 464 applications, low dBA settings are for private mode only
[2] For UL268 applications, high setting must be used for evacuation
Specifications, Detectors
Air velocity
Smoke sensitivity range
ULI fixed-temp alarm rating
ULC fixed-temp alarm rating
Maximum Spacing
Rate-of-Rise
Operating voltage
Normal operating current
Alarm current
Environmental compensation
Compatible bases
Maximum distance from ceiling
wall-mounted
Storage temperature
Operating environment
Agency listings
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V-PHS
V-PS
V-HRD
0 to 5,000 ft/min (0 to 25.39 m/s)
N/A
0.67% - 3.66%
135°F (57°C)
N/A
140°F (60°C)
30 ft (9.1 m)
N/A
15°F (8°C)/min.
15.2 to 19.95 VDC
45 µA, average
45 µA, average
Automatic
B4U Standard, RB4U Relay, IB4U Isolator, SB4U Audible
V-HFD
135°F (57°C)
140°F (60°C)
50 ft (15 m) centers
N/A
12 in (305 mm)
-4 to 140°F (-20 to 60°C)
Temperature: 32 to 120°F (0 to 49°C); Humidity: 0 to 93% RH, noncondensing at 90°F (32°C)
Meets UL 268,
Meets UL 268,
ULC-S529-02, UL 521,
Meets UL 521, ULC-S530-M91, NFPA 72, and
ULC-S529-02, NFPA 72,
ULC-S530-M91, NFPA 72,
CAN/ULC S524-01
and CAN/ULC S524-01
and CAN/ULC S524-01
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Specifications, Bases
B4U Standard Base
Operating environment
Temperature
Humidity
Storage temperature range
Compatible detectors
Compatible electrical boxes
Wire size
Base diameter
Height from box (including detector)
Maximum distance from ceiling (wall
mount)
IB4U Isolator Detector Base
RB4U Relay Detector Base
32 to 120°F (0 to 49°C)
0 to 93% RH, noncondensing at 90°F ( 32°C)
-4 to 140°F (-20 to 60°C)
V-PS, V-PHS, V-HRD, and V-HFD detectors
North American 2-1/2 in. (64 mm) deep 2 gang box
Standard 4 in. square box 1-1/2 in. (38 mm) deep box
European 100 mm square box
12, 14, 16, or 18 AWG wire (2.5, 1.5, 1.0, or 0.75 sq. mm)  (Sizes 16 and 18 AWG are preferred)
6.0 in. (152 mm)
2.08 in. (53 mm)
2.57 in. (65 mm)
12 in. (305 mm)
Ordering Information
Model
V-PHS
V-PS
V-HRD
V-HFD
B4U
RB4U
IB4U
SB4U
AB4G-SB
RLED
211-10PKG
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Description
Intelligent Analog Optical/Fixed Temperature Detector
Intelligent Analog Optical Smoke Detector
Intelligent Analog Rate-of-Rise Heat Detector
Intelligent Analog Fixed Temperature Heat Detector
Standard Base
Relay Detector Base
Isolator Detector Base
Audible (Sounder) Detector Base
Surface Box for Audible Base
Remote alarm LED, use with standard base only
Replacement optical chambers (package of 10)
Ship Wt.: lb. (kg)
0.25 (0.11)
0.25 (0.11)
0.25 (0.11)
0.25 (0.11)
0.11 (0.05)
0.11 (0.05)
0.11 (0.05)
0.11 (0.05)
1.0 (0.45)
0.2 (.09)
0.25 (0.11)
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