CD 310 / CD 330 / CD 330R
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
CD 310 / CD 330 / CD 330R
CARBON MONOXIDE DETECTOR
EDS Elektronik Destek
Sanayi ve Ticaret Ltd. Þti.
Meclis Mah. Teraziciler Cad.
Kýlýç Sok. No:4 34785
Sarýgazi/ Ýstanbul
Ph. : +90 216 528 45 00
Fax : +90 216 314 17 80
www.eds.com.tr eds@eds.com.tr
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CD310_Eng_14/48R2
SERVICE
CD310/330/330R
CD310/330/330R
CARBON MONOXIDE DETECTOR
CARBON MONOXIDE DETECTOR
At A Glance To The Detector
Introduction
CO is lighter than air, therefore it could be detected at higher locations close to ceiling. Based on this
fact, please locate detector checking Figure 3.
Install detector away from fans and air absorbing equipments.
CO detector, designed for detecting gas leakage and warning by sound and red alarm led.
CD310 and CD330R detectors, could be installed to alarm and gas panels with their relay connector
output. In case requested, air absorbing equipments could be connected too.
Detecting capability of Ideal for home and office use due to the compact design.
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Technical Specifications
Model
Power
Power Comsumption
Weight
Relay Output
Protection Area
Sensor Type
Sensor Life
Heating
DetectionTime
Operating Temperature
Humidity
Siren Output
Sound Level
Led Display: Operating
Led Display: Alarm
Led Display: Fault
Housing
Color
Dimensions
Fuse
CD310
CD330R
CD330
12V DC
2.5W
105g
220V AC
220V AC
1A 12V (COM, NC, NO)
50squaremeters
Semi Conductor
Avaible Conditions 5 Years
15 min.
<2,5mins
-10C +50C
0-95 Not Saturated
Piezoelectrical Buzzer
85dB
Green Led
Red Led
Yellow Led
ABS
White
143mm x 83mm x 30mm
Auto
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Figure:12
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1
Red Led- Alarm/Yellow Faulth
6
Hutch
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Test Switch
7
Cable Holes
3
Green Led - Operating
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Label
4
Gas Absorbing Holes
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Installation Holes
5
Sound Emitting Hole
10
Power Supply Socket
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Figure:1
Installation
Installation CD310 should be done with 2pcs of 6mm wall plugs and 2pcs of 3.5x30mm screw. Remove
upper part of plastic cover by the help of hutch(Figure 1, point 6). Install CD310 by using installation
holes and gas absorbing holes which refers to the base of the room, smooth plane of wall.
Install wall plugs and bottom part of plastic cover. Make suitable cable connection. Place uppert part of
plastic cover; gas absorbing holes refers to the base.
After power up, push test switch and test gas detector. Pushing test switch red led on and buzzer warns
by sound.
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6
No
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Figure:13
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What is CO & Why does it need to be monitored?
Carbon Monoxide is an invisible, odourless, tasteless and extremely toxic gas that, if
inhaled, can cause serious ill effects - justifying its name as 'The Silent Killer'. CO is readily
absorbed by haemoglobin in the blood - approximately 240 times more efficiently than
oxygen. This causes serious damage to the heart and brain from oxygen starvation.
How is CO produced?
Carbon Monoxide originates from the combustion of any fossil fuel -coal, bottled and natural
gas, paraffin, wood, petrol, diesel,charcoal etc.
What are the main sources of CO?
All Fossil fuel burning appliances produce CO, this is normally vented through flues and
chimneys to the outside atmosphere. However, if the process is not entirely efficient, CO can
build up to dangerous levels. Examples of possible causes are:
*Poorly connected,blocked,cracked or corroded flue pipe/vent
*Back drafting
*Cracked heat exchanger on gas central heating system
*Appliances without flues
What are the effects of CO poisoning?
Carbon Monoxide poisoning can have a very serious, even fatal, effect on the body.
Unfortunately, most people are unaware that a relatively low level of CO exposure for a
prolonged period can have the same effect as a high level of CO exposure for a short
period. A major problem is that the symptoms of CO poisoning can easily be confused with
other common illnesses - such as cold and flu. The table details the effects of cumulative
CO exposure.
Alarm Condition
The CD310/330/330R Carbon Monoxide Alarm measures the concentration of Carbon
Monoxide and sounds a loud alarm when a potentially harmful level is reached.
CO Parts
per million
Response
CD310 Time
30ppm
50ppm
100ppm
300ppm
120-140 sec
60-90 sec
10-40 sec
2,5 sec
Three separate indicating LED's provide visual information:
Healthy mains supply(Green)
CO level sensed/alarm status(Red)
And if a fault is detected(Yellow)
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Where should CO Alarms be located?
*Install a CO Alarm in all rooms where there is a fuel burning appliance
*If there is more than one appliance, but only one CO Alarm is to be installed, the following priority list
is recommended:
1.Rooms containing a flue-less or open-flued appliance
2.Rooms where occupants spend most time
3.Rooms in which the appliance is most used
4.If the dwelling is a bedsit the CO alarm should be positioned away from the appliance, but close to
the sleeping area
CO Alarms should not be located:
In an enclosed space e.g a cupboard
Where it can be obstructed
Directly above a sink
Next to a door or window
Next to an extractor fan or vent
Where dirt & dust may block the sensor
In a damp or humid location
In the immediate vicinity of a cooking appliance
Where should CO Alarms be positioned?
CEILING MOUNTING
Preferred position in rooms containing
A fuel burning appliance
*1-3m horizontally from the appliance
*At least 300mm from any wall and obstructions
(E.g. light fitting)
Wall Mounting Option
*1-3m horizontally from appliance
*150mm vertically down from ceiling
*Above the height of any doors or windows
Figure: 3
In Alarm Situation
Stay calm. Do not touch any sockets or switches. Do not use any electrical devices. Do not smoke.
Turn off all gas valves.
Immediately evacuate the place, if you don’t know source of gas leakage. Do not interrupt any
electrical device for stopping alarm sound. Inform authorized firm about gas leakage.
Cautions
Do not open or make changes on detector, except making suitable cable connections. Adjustment of
detector must be done by authorized technical services. Alcohol and its’ steams, sprays, saturated
smoke, lighter gas, strong smell of cleaning chemicals confuses and giving wrong alarm by detector.
Use wet packs for cleaning outside of detector. Never use spray or chemicals. Ventilate place and do
not smell any gas leakage.
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Connections
Panel Connections
Power connection of the detector, from a panelor a power supply by the double ribbed cable which has
radius of 1.5square milimeters.
Figure 4 connection to a power supply
Sending alarm signal to the panel, by the connection of double ribbed cable to the relay outputs.
For using relay outputs(NC&NO), read instruction manual of panel. According to the instruction manual
of panel, you may use suitable alarm Resisto(B) or end of line resistor(A), for the relay output
connections. Connection Schemas are Figure 5 and Figure 6 . For suitable resitors and connection
schemas of panel, look inside instruction manual of panel.
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Figure:5
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Figure:6
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