XP95-DM - Gamewell-FCI
XP95-DM
Description
Analog Addressable Discovery
Multi-Sensor
The XP95-DM Discovery multi-sensor detector operates
with all the Gamewell-FCI 600 Series analog addressable
FACPs. All of the detectors in the XP95 family have identical external dimensions and fit all base options. Polling and
external alarm status is indicated by dual LEDs located on
both sides of the detector housing. The thermal element of
the XP95-DM is designed for the free movement of air
around the exposed thermistor. The photoelectric detection
element uses a patented smoke chamber and infrared
smoke sensing design for maximum sensitivity and
selectivity.
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The Gamewell-FCI Analog Addressable Discovery MultiSensor detector (XP95-DM) includes both photoelectric
and thermal sensing elements integrated into a single
device. The XP95-DM digitally transmits its address to the
Fire Alarm Control Panel (FACP) plus the analog value for
analysis from both the photoelectric chamber and the thermal sensor. The signals from the two sensors are combined and processed using sophisticated algorithms
designed to prevent false alarms. The detector is automatically programmed for pure heat detection, pure smoke
detection, or a combination of both dependent on ambient
conditions.
XP95-DM
Features
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Operation
The XP95-DM Multi-Sensor has both a photoelectric
detection chamber and a thermal sensing element. The
infrared LED in the photoelectric detection chamber emits
a burst of collimated light once per second or in response
to direct interrogation by the FACP.
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In clean air, the photo diode receives no light from the
emitter. When the smoke enters the chamber, it scatters
light from the emitter onto the photo diode proportional to
the smoke's characteristics and density. As the smoke content in the chamber increases, the signal from the photo
diode increases.
Compatible with all the Gamewell-FCI analog
addressable 600 Series fire alarm control panels
Combines photoelectric smoke and thermal sensor
values for enhanced detector performance
Five programmable detection modes
Detector head uses common analog addressable style
bases
Address is set by X-Pert Programming Card stored in
sensor base
Rate-of-rise heat detection
Drift compensation in Modes 1 through 4
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SIGNALING
GAMEWELL-FCI
12 Clintonville Road, Northford, CT 06472-1610 USA • Tel: (203) 484-7161 • Fax: (203) 484-7118
Specifications are for information only, are not intended for installation purposes, and are subject to change without notice. No responsibility is assumed by Gamewell-FCI for their use.
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Operation (Continued)
Heat Detector Response Modes
The XP95-DM monitors temperature using a single thermistor which provides a voltage output proportional to the
external air temperature.
TYPICAL
Application
MODE Temperature
The thermistor is calibrated to the normal analog value at a
temperature of 25°C (77°F). Values from each sensing element are processed by on-board electronics according to
detector programming. The XP95-DM Discovery multi-sensor detector is automatically programmed for pure heat
detection, pure smoke detection, or a combination of both.
Programming
MAXIMUM
Application
Temperature
MINIMUM
Static
Response
Temperature
TYPICAL
Static
Response
Temperature
MAXIMUM
Static
Response
Temperature
1 77°F (25°C) 122°F(25°C) 129°F(53.89°C) 134°F(56.67°C) 149°F(65°C)
2 77°F (25°C) 122°F(25°C) 129°F(53.89°C) 141°F(60.56°C) 158°F(70°C)
3 77°F (25°C) 122°F(25°C) 129°F(53.89°C) 141°F(60.56°C) 158°F(70°C)
4 131°F (55°C) 176°F(55°C) 183°F(83.89°C) 194°F(90°C) 212°F(100°C)
5 131°F (55°C) 176°F(55°C) 183°F(83.89°C) 194°F(90°C) 212°F(100°C)
For air temperatures in the range of 59° F to 131° F
(15° C to 55° C) the analog value for a detector in Mode 1
will correspond approximately to the air temperature.
Specifications
Assigning an XP95-DM detector to a verification zone
allows local operation when smoke is detected by the
optical element located in the head, and general alarm
operation when heat is present. When smoke is sensed,
the local sounder, relay, or LED located in the detector
base (or group of bases) will be activated, and a pre-alarm
signal will be sent back to the panel. The Aux (4th) relay on
the common control card will transfer. If heat is also
present, the panel will go into a full General Alarm condition. If there is only smoke, the panel will automatically
restore when the smoke clears.
Alarm and trouble conditions are determined by the electronics in the detector head, which also automatically performs drift compensation. Normal sensitivity is 2.4% per
foot. When the sensor is in alarm, the LEDs in the sensor’s
housing will light continuously.
The XP95-DM is connected to a two-wire signal line circuit
(SLC) carrying both XP95 protocol data and a 17 to 28
VDC supply voltage. The XP95-DM is insensitive to loop
polarity. A remote LED indicator may be connected.
Engineer’s Specifications
Standby Current:
Alarm LED Current:
Remote Alarm
Output:
Minimum Operating
Temperature:
Maximum Operating
Temperature:
Relative Humidity
(non-condensing):
0.004 A @ 5 VDC
–5°F (–20.55°C)
See table on page 2
0% to 95%
Ordering Information
Model
Description
XP95-DM
Discovery Multi-Sensor, analog
addressable, photoelectric and thermal
(58000-750).
6" (15.24 cm) ultra-low-profile EZ-Fit
mounting base with X-Pert
programming card (45681-250).
4" (10.16 cm) mounting base with
X-Pert programming card (45681-210).
6" (15.24 cm) relay base (four-wire) with
X-Pert programming card.
6" (15.24 cm) mounting base with X-Pert
programming card and audible alarm
sounder.
Additional blank X-Pert programming
cards.
Remote LED (24 V).
XP95-B6EZ
XP95-B4
XP95-B6R4
XP95-B6SNDR
The contractor shall furnish and install, where indicated on
the plans, a combination photo/heat multi-sensor detector
(Gamewell-FCI model XP95-DM) with one of the several
Addressable Mounting Base Options available. The combination sensor head and twist-lock mounting base shall be
UL Listed and UL-Listed as compatible with the GamewellFCI Fire Alarm Control Panels. The base shall permit free
interchange of sensor heads without requiring any additional wiring or additional programming of the head or
base. The smoke sensor shall contain an integral LED that
shall illuminate when the unit goes into alarm.
500 µA average, 750 µA peak
0.004 A
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30203
GAMEWELL-FCI
12 Clintonville Road, Northford, CT 06472-1610 USA • Tel: (203) 484-7161 • Fax: (203) 484-7118
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