Manual de planejamento de instalação da central de

Manual de planejamento de instalação da central de
SecuriFire
SecuriFire Planning Manual
Securiton AG Alpenstrasse 20 3052 Zollikofen Switzerland
T 811 062 en e
Introduction
Contents
1
1.1
1.2
1.3
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Introduction
5
General information about planning SecuriFire fire alarm systems
5
Standards and approvals
5
Basic aspects of planning
5
2
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
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SecuriFire system family
6
Overview
6
SecuriFire system limits
6
SecuriFire areas of application
7
Example of a SecuriFire system layout
7
3
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
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Overview of control panels of the SecuriFire system family
8
Modular control panel, SCP3000 series
9
Compact control panel, SCP2000 series
12
Compact control panel, SCP1000 series
14
Compact control panel SCP500
14
4
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Indication and control maps
15
5
5.1
5.2
5.3
5.4
5.5
5.6
5.7
5.8
5.9
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SecuriLine eXtended
17
Manual fire detectors
17
Automatic fire detectors
18
Base for automatic fire detectors
21
Room indication lamps
21
Sirens and flashlights
22
SecuriLine eXtended line modules
24
Wireless
25
Ex-zone detector
26
Special fire detectors
27
6
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Article Numbers
27
7
7.1
7.2
7.3
7.4
7.5
7.6
7.7
7.8
7.9
7.10
7.11
7.12
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System planning
28
Detection area
28
Detection zone
29
Avoidance of false alarms
30
Positioning of automatic fire detectors
31
Choice of fire detector types based on ambient conditions
32
Room heights
33
Monitoring areas for point detectors
33
Distance between detector and ceiling or roof
34
In narrow corridors and ceiling areas
35
Distances from walls
35
Distance from stored goods and storage facilities
35
Positioning of manual fire detectors MCP
36
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Introduction
1
Introduction
Notice
This document applies to SRP version 2.1 (SecuriFire release package).
1.1
General information about planning SecuriFire fire alarm systems
This document consists first and foremost of the components that make up the SecuriFire family of systems, together with their
main properties for planning a norm-compliant fire alarm system.
The planning work may be based on the relevant sets of standards as well as national and regional regulations and directives.
This document focuses on the planning of new systems, from compact panels to large-scale fire alarm systems.
1.2
Standards and approvals
The SecuriFire fire alarm system complete with peripherals complies with the relevant European EN54 norms. It also satisfies
the requirements of VdS in Germany and VKF (Cantonal Fire Insurance Union) in Switzerland.
Securiton continuously updates and documents the current status of its accreditations and approvals.
1.3
Basic aspects of planning
As the SecuriFire fire alarm system is modular in design, all types of system configuration are conceivable. Both centralised
and decentralised systems (or combinations thereof) can be implemented, depending on needs and requirements. A number
of factors influence the system configuration:
•
Legislation, regulations and guidelines
•
Customer requirements
•
Structural factors relating to the building
•
New system, replacement of an existing system, extension
•
Cost-benefit ratio
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SecuriFire system family
2
SecuriFire system family
2.1
Overview
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SCP2000
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1
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SCP3000
00
SCP3000
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SecuriLan
)
SecuriLan
SecuriLine
eXtended
SecuriLine
eXtended
SCP3000
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SCP2000
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SCP1000
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I-B
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MIC711
EPI-Bus
SecuriLan devices
SCP2000
SCP3000
B5-MIC711
B6-MIC711
2.2
MMI-Bus devices
B5-MMI-FIP
B5-MMI-FPD
B5-MMI-FPCZ
B3-MMI-EAT32
B3-MMI-EAT64
B3-MMI-IPEL
B3-MMI-IPES
B3-MMI-FAT
B3-MMI-FPS
B5-MMI-FPS
B3-MMI-IPS
B5-MMI-IPS
B3-MMI-UIO
SecuriLine
eXtended
MM
EPI-Devices
MMI- basic interfaces
MMI-Devices
SCP500
SCP1000
------1
--1
------1
3
SCP2000
SCP3000
------------1
1
3
3
1 per MIC
1 per B5-MMI-FIP/IPS/FPD/FPCZ
3 devices per EPI - basic interface
0
1
1
1 pro BAF
max. 15 devices per MMI master interface
additional condition:
1)
2)
3)
(B5-MMI ) + 2*(B3-MMI ) + 3*(EPI ) ≤ 16
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us
SCP500
EPI-Bus
SecuriLine
eXtended
SecuriFire system limits
Element
SCP 2000/3000 control panels
MIC711 ext. indication and control maps
∑ SCP+MIC711
MIC11 int. indication and control maps
Printers (external, internal)
EPI- basic interfaces
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EPI-Bus devices
B5-EPI-FPC
B5-EPI-ASP
B5-EPI-PCM
B5-EPI-PIM
B5-EPI-FPD
B5-EPI-FAT
B5-EPI-FPS
B5-EPI-FPCZ
SecuriLan
16
31
32
16
16x3
Additionally 1 per
MIC711
SecuriFire system family
Detection zones
Inputs
Outputs
2.3
total
768
total
768
total
768
total
768
SecuriFire areas of application
Typical application
Up to 250 detectors, max. 1 loop, stand-alone
Up to 1000 detectors, max. 4 loops, stand-alone
Up to 500 detectors, max. 2 loops, networked
Up to 500 detectors, max. 2 loops, stand-alone, with 1 extinguishing area
Up to 3500 detectors, max. 14 loops, networked or stand-alone, up to 8 extinguishing areas
Remote main indication and control map
2.4
4096
4096
4096
Suitable product
SCP500 / SCP1000
SCP2000
SCP3000
MIC711
Example of a SecuriFire system layout
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Overview of control panels of the SecuriFire system family
Compact control panel
SecuriFire 500
Stand-alone fire alarm control panel with 1 addressable
loop for max. 250 addresses
Dimensions: 300 x 360 x 100
mm
Compact control panels
SecuriFire 1000 and
SecuriFire 2000
SecuriFire 1000
Stand-alone fire alarm control panel with 1 addressable
loop for max. 250 addresses
Dimensions: 400 x 445 x 150
mm
SecuriFire 2000
Fire alarm control panel with up to 4 addressable loops for
max. 250 addresses each. Networked with other control
panels via SecuriLan.
Variant with 1 zone extinguishing system.
Modular control panels
SecuriFire 3000
Fire alarm control panel with up to 16 addressable loops
for max. 250 addresses each.
Networked with other control panels via SecuriLan.
Variant with 8 zone extinguishing systems.
The modular design allows for an adaptable, requirements-based functional scope using the appropriate
boards.
Dimensions: 600 x 445 x 225
mm
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Overview of control panels of the SecuriFire system family
3.1
Modular control panel, SCP3000 series
Basic design of the SCP3000
The basic design of a control panel comprises the map case, the space for the batteries (2x45 Ah), the rack with the control
unit (B5-MCB15) and the power supply unit (B5-PSU). Variants are available with/without integrated MIC control panel and integrated printer.
Free slot
Free slot
Free slot
Free slot
Free slot
Free slot
Free slot
Free slot
PSU
Free slot
Free slot
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12 13
Free slot
MCB15
SCP3000 rack
The unit rack of each SCP3000 has 8 + 3 free slots for accommodating plug-in boards. The plug-in boards are selected and fitted in accordance with the requirements of the FACP.
Optional plug-in boards for the SCP3000
Plug-in boards for slots 2-9
B5-DXI2
2 alarm loops
Slot: 2-8
B3-IM8
8 detection zones
Slot: 2-8
Application
 Interfaces for connecting 2 fire detection lines in SecuriLine
eXtended loop topology.
 Up to 250 addresses per line
Application
 Connection of a total of 8 detection zones or monitored inputs
 Hand switch and detector series SecuriStar 563
MMI-Bus
B5-BAF
Device
1
FBF
FBA
Device
B515
FBF acc. DIN14661
FBA acc. SN054002
2 monitored outputs
for alarm transmission
2 lines configurable for
conventional detectors
or
monitored inputs
B5-DXI2
Slot: 9
Application
 MMI interface for connecting up to 15 other MMI devices
 Interface for connecting a parallel FBF according to DIN
14661 and a parallel FBA according to SN 054002
 2 outputs monitored
 2 inputs monitored
Remarks
 The B5-BAF must be fitted to slot 9 if plug-in boards are used
in slots 11-13.
B3-IM8
B5-BAF
Basic functions
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SecuriLine
eXtended
Loop 1
SecuriLine
eXtended
Loop 2
8 lines configurable for
conventional detectors
or
monitored inputs
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Application
 Connection of peripherals such as sirens, flashlights, etc.
 max. 1.5A per output
Slot: 2-8
B3-USI4
2
communication
interfaces
Application
 Connection of management systems, pagers (ESPA 4.4.4),
RMS email servers or RMS text message servers
 Connection of serial printers
Slot: 2-8
B3-USI4
B5-OM8
8 monitored outputs
B5-OM8
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8 monitored outputs
Management systems, pager
Serial printer
Slot: 2-9
Application
 Actuation of consumer units
 Load 24V/3A, NC or NO contacts
 Programmable as required
1
B5-MRI16
B5-MRI16
16 relays
16 Relay outputs
B5-NET2 485
Network
interfaces
Application
 Norm-compliant networking in SecuriLan, via 2 RS485 interfaces.
 2 TX Base 100 interfaces for IP connection, e.g. PC.
Slot: 2
B5-NET2-485
16
2 x RS485
B5-NET4 485
Network
interfaces
Application
 Norm-compliant networking in SecuriLan, via 4 RS485 interfaces.
 2 Ethernet interfaces for IP connection, e.g. PC.
Slot: 2
B5-NET4-485
2 x Ethernet
4 x RS485
2 x Ethernet
Slot: 2
Application
 Norm-compliant networking in SecuriLan, via 2 RS485 interfaces or via fibre optic cable..
 B5-NET2-FXM: Multi-mode cable, up to 2000m
 B5-NET2-FXS: Single-mode cable, up to 10000m
2 x RS485
B5-NET2-FX
B5-NET2 FX(S/M)
Network
interfaces
1 x Ethernet
B5-LAN
Network
interfaces
Slot: 2
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Application
 Non-redundant networking in SecuriLan, via Ethernet interface.
 Non-redundant networking of PC applications, via Ethernet interface.
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B5-LAN
2 x Fiber optic
1 x Ethernet
B3-LEE24
8 alarm lines
HX 140
Application
 Connection of HX 150 series detectors.
 4 addressable loops with up to a maximum of 127 detectors
each
Slot: 2-8
4 Loops HX150
Slot: 2-8
B3-LEE23
Application
 Connection of HX 150 series detectors.
 8 stub lines with up to a maximum of 30 detectors each
B3-LEE24
B3-LEE23
8 alarm lines
HX 140
8 Lines HX140
Overview of control panels of the SecuriFire system family
Plug-in boards for slots 11-13
Slot: 11-13
Application
 Actuation of consumer units
 Load 230V/3A, NC or NO contacts
 Programmable as required
1
B3-REL10
B3-REL10
10 relays
16 Relay outputs
10
Slot: 11-13
Application
 Actuation of consumer units
 Load 24V/3A, NC or NO contacts
 Programmable as required
1
B3-REL16
B3-REL16
16 relays
16 Relay outputs
16
Slot: 11-13
Application
 Actuation of consumer units
 Load 24V/3A, NC or NO contacts
 Contacts individually protected by 3A fuse
 Programmable as required
1
B3-REL16E
B3-REL16E
16 relays
16 Relay outputs
16
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3.2
Compact control panel, SCP2000 series
Basic design of the SCP2000
Even in its basic design the SCP2000 is a fully fledged fire alarm control panel.
The basic design of a control panel comprises: the map case, the space for the batteries (2x17 Ah), the power supply unit (B6PSU), the control unit (B6-MCB13) with free slot for an additional unit. Variants are available with/without integrated MIC control panel and integrated printer.
Key features of the SCP2000 basic design include:

2 addressable loops for a maximum of 250 addresses each

MMI interface for connecting up to 15 other MMI devices

Interface for fire brigade panels and monitored outputs for alarm transmission.

An additional network unit is required for networking within the SecuriLan (not included in the basic design)
The optional unit (max. 1) is selected and fitted in accordance with the requirements of the FACP.
Optional board
SD-memory
card
Ethernet
+5V; 3,3V
NETOK
B6-MIC11
B6-PSU
EIN
AUS
50mV/A
Connector for
optional board
Main board
B6-BCB13
F5
F4
F3
F2
F1
MMI-Bus
VBAT
EPI-Bus
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FBF
Inputs
DIN 14661 Outputs
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Relay
outputs
SecuriLine
eXtended
GNDBAT
N
L
PE
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B6-NET2-485
Network unit, copper cable
B6-NET2-FX(S/M)
Network unit
Fibre optic cable
Application
 Interfaces for connecting PC applications
 Connection of other participants (SCP3000, SCP2000,
MIC711) of the SecuriLan. Caution: not norm-compliant!
Application
Connection of other participants (SCP3000, SCP2000, MIC711)
of the SecuriLan. Connection via copper cable up to 1200m
Application
 Connection of other participants (SCP3000, SCP2000,
MIC711) of the SecuriLan. Connection via fibre optic cable.
 B6-NET2-FXM: Multi-mode cable, up to 2000m
 B6-NET2-FXS: Single-mode cable, up to 10000m
Loop 1
SecuriLine
eXtended
Loop 2
SecuriLine
eXtended
Loop 1
B6-LXI2
SecuriLine
eXtended
2x
Ethernet
SecuriLine
eXtended
B6-LAN
B6-LAN
1 LAN interface
Application
 Interfaces for connecting an additional 2 fire detection lines in
SecuriLine eXtended loop topology.
 Up to 250 addresses per line
 2 LAN ports for connecting third-party systems, RMS servers
and RME servers.
B6-NET2-485
B6-LXI2
2 alarm loops
2 LAN ports for
third-party systems
Application
 Interfaces for connecting an additional 2 fire detection lines in
SecuriLine eXtended loop topology.
 Up to 250 addresses per line
B6-NET2-FX
B6-DXI2
2 alarm loops
B6-DXI2
SCP2000 optional units
Units for optional slot
Loop 2
1 x Ethernet
2 x RS485
1 x Ethernet
1 x RS485
1 x Ethernet
B4-USI
Interfaces for thirdparty systems
Application
 2 serial interfaces for connecting external systems such as
management systems, pagers (ESPA 4.4.4), external printer,
text message server, email server, etc.
B4-USI4
2 x Fiber optic
Management systems, pager
Application
 Connection of up to 10 collective alarm lines
 Use as 1 area extinguishing
 Freely programmable inputs and outputs for any application
8 lines
configurable for
conventional
detectors or
monitored
inputs
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10 x monitored output
B6-EIO
10 inputs and
8 outputs
B6-EIO
Serial printer
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3.3
Compact control panel, SCP1000 series
The SCP1000 is a fully fledged fire alarm control panel complete with integrated control panel.
Variants are available with/without integrated printer.
Key features of the SCP1000 include:

1 addressable loop for a maximum of 250 addresses

MMI interface for connecting up to 15 other MMI devices

Interface for fire brigade panels and monitored outputs for alarm transmission

The SCP1000 is an autonomous stand-alone control panel and cannot be networked
This type of control panel does not provide any options for fitting additional units.
SD-memory
card
Ethernet
+5V; 3,3V
NETOK
B6-MIC11
B6-PSU
EIN
AUS
50mV/A
F5
Main board
B6-BCB12
F4
F3
F2
F1
MMI-Bus
VBAT
EPI-Bus
3.4
FBF
Inputs
DIN 14661 Outputs
Relay
outputs
GNDBAT
N
SecuriLine
eXtended
Compact control panel SCP500
The SCP500 is a fully fledged fire alarm control panel complete with integrated control panel, but without integrated printer.
Key features of the SCP500 include:

1 addressable loop for a maximum of 250 addresses

EPI interface for 3 indication and control panels (incl. fire brigade panel)

Monitored outputs for alarm transmission

The SCP500 is an autonomous stand-alone control panel and cannot be networked
This type of control panel does not provide any options for fitting additional units.
Ethernet
Main board
B7-CPB11
B7-MIC11
EPI-Bus
Relay
outputs
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Inputs
Outputs
+24V
Output
SecuriLine
eXtended
Battery
110V/60Hz
230V/50Hz
L
PE
Indication and control maps
4
Indication and control maps
Main indication and control map
B5-MIC711
B6-MIC711
Language-neutral indication and control map
for the fire alarm system as a whole.
Can be networked with other control panels in
SecuriLan.
Dimensions: 276 x 170 x 52 mm
Floor tablet
B5-MMI-FIP
Dimensions: 276 x 170 x 52 mm
LED partial indication map
B5-EPI-PIM
Dimensions: 138 x 170 x 52 mm
Indication and control map
B5-EPI-PCM
Dimensions: 138 x 170 x 52 mm
Partial indication map for detection zones
B3-MMI-EAT64-S
Displays important operating states for a locally confined part of the system.
Connected via MMI bus on
SCP3000/2000/1000
Alarm indicator for selected areas of the fire
alarm system. Connection to MIC main indication and control map (internal or external) and
mounting in its immediate vicinity.
Partial control map with indication and control
of selected areas of the fire alarm system.
Connection to MIC main indication and control
map (internal or external) and mounting in its
immediate vicinity.
Dimensions: 228 x 445 x 48 mm
Device for indicating the status of individual
detection zones using LEDs. The “Alarm”,
“Fault” and “Disablement” states of a detection
zone can be indicated using two LEDs (red
and yellow).
Partial indication map for extinguishing areas
B3-MMI-IPEL-S
Device for norm-compliant LED state display
of connected extinguishing systems. Max. 8
extinguishing areas.
Dimensions: 228 x 445 x 48 mm
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Fire brigade panel, Switzerland
B5-EPI-FPC-GS
Dimensions: 138 x 170 x 52 mm
Fire brigade panel complies with Swiss standard SN 054 002; in Switzerland it must be
mounted in the immediate vicinity of every fire
alarm system in the fire brigade access area. It
displays specific operating states of the fire
alarm systems and enables the fire service
personnel to carry out essential operational
procedures.
Fire brigade panel, Sweden
B5-EPI-FPS
Dimensions: 170 x 40 x 227 mm
External fire brigade panel.
Connected via EPI bus on
SCP3000/2000/1000/500.
Intervention panel, Sweden
B5-MMI-IPS
Dimensions: 170 x 40 x 227 mm
Intervention panel for starting and stopping inspection-times.
Text are free programmable.
Fire brigade panel, Germany
B5-EPI-FPD
Dimensions: 185 x 65 x 255
mm
External fire brigade panel.
Connected via EPI bus on
SCP3000/2000/1000/500.
Fire brigade panel, Germany
B5-MMI-FPD
Dimensions: 185 x 65 x 255
mm
External fire brigade panel.
Connected via MMI bus on SCP3000/2000/1000.
Fire brigade panel, Czechia
B5-EPI-FPCZ
Dimensions: 185 x 65 x 255
mm
External fire brigade panel.
Connected via EPI bus on
SCP3000/2000/1000/500.
Fire brigade panel, Czechia
B5-MMI-FPCZ
Dimensions: 185 x 65 x 255
mm
External fire brigade panel.
Connected via MMI bus on SCP3000/2000/1000.
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5
SecuriLine eXtended
Interface
SCP
Fire detector
Main features of the SecuriLine eXtended addressable loop
 Up to 250 participants (see notice!)
 Up to 3500m loop length (see notice!)
 Each participant with integrated short-circuit
isolator
 Individual address for each individual participant
 Integration of Securiton special fire alarm
systems
 Interface for wireless fire detector
 Audible and optical alarm transmitters directly connectable
Special fire
detector
SecuriLine
eXtended
Branching
module
Input &
Output
Alarm devices
Wireless
Notice
The actual loop length depends on the number and type (power consumption, inner resistance) of participants,
on additional power load (number of switched on alarm LEDs, telegram current), and on the cable cross-section.
This means that for the optimal configuration the number of participants and the coverage range of the loop
must be matched to each other.
A tool is available for calculating the maximum possible loop length and the maximum number of participants.
5.1
Manual fire detectors
Directly connectable to SecuriLine eXtended; each element has its own individual address
MCP545X-1N
Application / feature
Manual Call Point
 EN54-11 certified
Individually
ad-  Single action (break glass -> alarm)
dressed
 With alarm indicator
 For use in protected rooms, IP 24
 With transparent protective cover
 Test key
MCP545X-4N
Application / feature
Manual Call Point
 EN54-11 certified
Individually
ad-  Single action (break glass -> alarm)
dressed
 With alarm indicator
 For use in unprotected rooms, IP 67
 With transparent protective cover
 Test key
MCP535X
Application / feature
Manual Call Point
 Complies with VdS and EN54-11
Individually
ad-  Double action (break glass, press button -> alarm)
dressed
 With alarm indicator
 For use in protected rooms, IP 52 / IP 54
 Available in a range of colours
 For fire alarm systems as well as extinguishing systems
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SecuriLine eXtended
Collective detector Connectable via interfaces: BX-AIM or B3-IM8 or B6-EIO
MCP521-1N
Application / feature
Manual Call Point
 EN54-11 certified
Collective
 Single action (break glass -> alarm)
 For use in protected rooms, IP 24
 With transparent protective cover
 Test key
MCP521-4N
Manual Call Point
Collective
MCP525
Manual Call Point
Collective
5.2
Application / feature
 EN54-11 certified
 Single action (break glass -> alarm)
 For use in unprotected rooms, IP 67
 With transparent protective cover
 Test key

Application / feature
 Complies with VdS and EN54-11
 Double action (break glass, press button -> alarm)
 With alarm indicator
 For use in protected rooms, IP 52 / IP 54
 Available in a range of colours
 For fire alarm systems as well as extinguishing systems
Automatic fire detectors
Securiton fire detectors are tested and approved in accordance with EN 54. Automatic fire detectors also feature a range of
other important properties.
The detection properties of SecuriLine eXtended fire detectors are programmed using the fire alarm control panel. This greatly
reduces the number of different products. If ambient conditions change, existing detectors are simply reprogrammed; no need
for replacements.
The detectors have various pre-alarm levels, which are displayed and evaluated accordingly on the fire alarm control panel.
The sensors on combined detectors (smoke and/or temperature) can be switched on or off individually while the system is up
and running. Example: Temperature only during daytime operation; temperature and smoke during night-time operation.
Smoke sensor technology:
All the detector variants have an integrated temperature sensor. This means they automatically adjust their smoke sensitivity
®
to the environment and always within the tolerance permitted by the norm (CUBUS levelling ). This in turn avoids costly false
alarm triggering and saves the time-consuming setting of parameters on site on detectors already installed. Any unacceptably
high temperatures likely to damage the detector are also signalled.
Temperature sensor technology:
For each of the selectable heat classes A1, A2 and B, the parameters for the R and S indices can be set as required.
Heat detectors with class index S are particularly well suited for applications with higher rates of temperature rise over longer
periods of time, as for example in boiler rooms or kitchens. Heat detectors with class index R are particularly well suited for
use in unheated buildings, where the ambient temperature may fluctuate considerably yet high rates of temperature rise are
not sustained for long periods.
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Gas sensor technology:
The CO cell detects the rise in carbon monoxide gas released during fires. It continuously measures the CO concentration in
the room. Alongside the normative alarm this information can be displayed on the fire alarm control panel as a technical CO
alarm in accordance with EN 50291-1. The adjustable technical CO pre-alarm (20-320ppm) can also be used to issue an early
warning to protect people from the potential risk of asphyxiation.
Directly connectable to SecuriLine eXtended; each element has its own individual address
MCD573X
Application / feature
Multi Criteria Detec-  One detector for smoke detection (EN54-7) and heat detection
tor
(EN54-5) from a fire.
 The evaluation of fire characteristics such as smoke and temperature can be controlled as a function of time (day/night).
 Automatic sensitivity adjustment of the smoke detection according to the ambient temperature (Cubus levelling)
 Also: heat indices R and S for special applications such as
kitchens and unheated premises
 Integrated data memory for logging key data in the event of an
alarm
 Patented method for checking the smoke and heat element
quickly and simply using test gas
 Available in own choice of RAL colour to order
 Dimensions Ø x H: 118.8x 58.1 mm
MCD573X-S
Is identically to MCD573X, additionally
MCD573X-SCT
 with an integrated audible signal transmitter..
 Sound pressure setting 69dB(A), 81 dB(A) or 92dB(A).
 4 settable sounds: DIN-sound (1200 ~ 500Hz), Slow Whoop
(500 ~ 1200Hz), continuous/intermittent (990Hz), Sweden
sound (660 Hz 150ms pulse).
 Certified acc. EN54-3
 MLAR-variant (-SCT) for uninterrupted alarm transmission
MCD573X-SP
Is identically to MCD573X-S, additionally
MCD573X-SPCT
 Language output in 4 languages, each with 3 texts
 MLAR-variant (-SPCT) for uninterrupted alarm transmission
CCD573X
Application / feature
 Smoke detection (EN54-7), heat detection (EN54-5), gas detection (EN 54-26), detection algorithm from heat and smoke
detection (EN54-29) and detection algorithm from heat and
CO detection (EN54-30), all in one detector.
 The evaluation of fire characteristics such as smoke, temperature and CO can be controlled as a function of time
(day/night).
 Automatic sensitivity adjustment of the smoke detection according to ambient conditions CO & temperature (2x Cubus
levelling)
 Also: heat indices R and S for special applications such as
kitchens and unheated premises
 Integrated data memory for logging key data in the event of an
alarm
 Available in own choice of RAL colour to order
 Dimensions Ø x H: 118.8x 58.1 mm
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Collective detector Connectable via interfaces: BX-AIM or B3-IM8 or B6-EIO
SCD563
Application / feature
Smoke Criteria De-  Heat detection (EN54-5).
tector
 Automatic sensitivity adjustment according to ambient condiCollective
tions (Cubus levelling)
 Patented method for checking the smoke element quickly and
simply using test gas
 Available in own choice of RAL colour to order
 Dimensions Ø x H: 118.8x 58.1 mm
TCD563
Application / feature
Temperature Crite-  Fire smoke detection (EN54-7).
ria Detector
 Detector variants for heat class A1, A2 and B
Collective
 Patented method for checking the heat element quickly and
simply using test gas
 Available in own choice of RAL colour to order
 Dimensions Ø x H: 118.8x 58.1 mm
Modernisation detector. Connectable via B3-LEE23 interface. Each element has its own individual address
MMD140
Application / feature
Smoke or heat de-  For smoke detection (EN54-7) or heat detection (EN54-5) for
tector
classes A1, B.
 Automatic sensitivity adjustment according to ambient conditions (Cubus levelling)
 Detector address (1…30) is set on the detector
 Separate detector base USB502
 Dimensions Ø x H: 118.8x 58.1 mm
Modernisation detector. Connectable via B3-LEE24 interface. Each element has its own individual address
MMD150
Application / feature
Smoke or heat de-  For smoke detection (EN54-7) or heat detection (EN54-5) for
tector
classes A1, B.
 Automatic sensitivity adjustment according to ambient conditions (Cubus levelling)
 Detector address (1…127) is set on the detector
 Separate detector base USB502
 Dimensions Ø x H: 118.8x 58.1 mm
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5.3
Base for automatic fire detectors
USB502-1
Detector base
Application / feature
 Detector base for fire detector series 573, 563 and
MMD140/150
 Quick-fit detector using bayonet lock
 Integrated loop contact prevents interruption when detector is
removed
USB502-2
 Variant for flush-mounting
USB502-3
 Variant for wet rooms
USB502-4
 Variant for mounting on concrete
USB502-5
 Variant for raised floors
USB502-6
 Variant without loop contact
USB502-20
 Variant with illuminated ring,
USB502-7 Ex-i
USB502-8 Ex-i
 Variants for areas subject to explosion hazards
with MMD130 Ex-i
5.4
Room indication lamps
Suitable for operating on SecuriLine eXtended
RAL720X
Application / feature
Room
indication  Alarm indicator lamp for connection to SecuriStar detectors or
lamp
suitable open collector output board
 For use in protected rooms
 Surfacing mounting
 Compatible with SecuriLine eXtended
 Dimensions: 85 x 85 x 30 mm
Suitable for operating on SecuriLine
RAL721
Application / feature
Room
indication  Alarm indicator lamp for connection to SecuriStar detectors or
lamp
suitable open collector output board
 For use in wet environments
 Surfacing mounting
 Not compatible with SecuriLine eXtended
 Dimensions: 53 x 53 x 70 mm
RAL722
Application / feature
Room
indication  Alarm indicator lamp for connection to SecuriStar detectors or
lamp
suitable open collector output board
 For direct installation in ceiling panels or door frames
 Available with additional cover plate (not shown).
 Not compatible with SecuriLine eXtended
 Dimensions Ø x H: 20 x 68 mm
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5.5
Sirens and flashlights
Directly connectable to SecuriLine eXtended; each element has its own individual address
BX-SOL
Application / feature
BX-SOL-CT
 Adjustable sound pressure 89dBA or 99dBA.
Loop siren
 Choice of 4 different types of tone: DIN tone (1200 ~ 500Hz),
Slow Whoop (500 ~ 1200Hz), continuous/pulsating tone
(990Hz), Sweden tone (660 Hz 150ms pulse).
 Certified in accordance with EN54-3
 For use in protected rooms, IP 21C
 MLAR-variant (-SCT) for uninterrupted alarm transmission
 Available in the colours red and white
 Dimensions Ø x H: 108 x 98 mm
BX-SBL502
Application / feature
Loop siren
 Adjustable sound pressure 80dBA or 90dBA.
 Choice of 4 different types of tone: DIN tone (1200 ~ 500Hz),
Slow Whoop (500 ~ 1200Hz), continuous/pulsating tone
(990Hz), Sweden tone (660 Hz 150ms pulse).
 Certified in accordance with EN54-3
 For use in protected rooms, IP 31c
 Available in the colours red and white
 Dimensions Ø x H: 114 x 32 mm
BX-SBL501
Application / feature
Loop siren with de Adjustable sound pressure 80dBA or 90dBA.
tector base
 Choice of 4 different types of tone: DIN tone (1200 ~ 500Hz),
Slow Whoop (500 ~ 1200Hz), continuous/pulsating tone
(990Hz), Sweden tone (660 Hz 150ms pulse).
 Certified in accordance with EN54-3
 For use in protected rooms, IP 31c
 Dimensions Ø x H: 117 x 41 mm
The detector must be ordered separately.
BX-FOL
Loop flashlight
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Application / feature
 Adjustable flash frequency 0.5Hz (slow) or 1Hz (fast).
 Certified in accordance with EN54-3
 For use in protected rooms, IP 21c
 Map case available in the colours red and white
 Lenses available in the colours red and orange
 Dimensions Ø x H: 93 x 54 mm
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Alarm media connectable via outputs
BSE128
Application / feature
Siren
 Sound pressure up to 115dBA (98dBA for DIN tone)
 Choice of 28 different types of tone.
 Certified in accordance with EN54-3
 Available in protection classes IP54 and IP65
 Available in the colours red and white
 Variant available for flush mounting (white only)
 Dimensions Ø x H: 101 x 81 mm
Solex
Application / feature
Flashlight
 Flashing frequency 1Hz
 Protection class IP54
 Lenses available in a range of colours
 Dimensions Ø x H: 93 x 63 mm
Sonos -B
Flashlight
Sonos -SB
Siren/Flashlight
Application / feature
 Adjustable flash frequency 0.5Hz (slow) or 1Hz (fast).
 Protection class IP21C / IP65
 Certified in accordance with EN54-23
 Available in the colours red and white
 Dimensions Ø x H: 100 x 94/100/117/122 mm

Application / feature
 Sound pressure up to 97dBA (DIN tone)
 Choice of 32 different types of tone.
 Adjustable flash frequency 0.5Hz (slow) or 1Hz (fast).
 Protection class IP21C / IP65
 Certified in accordance with EN54-3 and EN54-23
 Available in the colours red and white
 Dimensions Ø x H: 100 x 94/100/117/122 mm
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5.6
SecuriLine eXtended line modules
BX-AIM
Branching module
Safety barrier
Application / feature
 1 monitored input
 Connection of conventional detectors
BX-AIM
BX-ESL
End switch module
Application / feature
 For monitoring the tappet position
 For monitoring sprinkler systems
 For monitoring blocking equipment (extinguishing systems)
BXESL
BX-I2
Input module
Application / feature
 1 input individually adjustable as monitored/not monitored
 1 opto-isolator input for monitoring external voltages
 Polling of potential-free contacts
BX-I2
2 Inputs
BX-IM4
Input module
Application / feature
 4 inputs
 Inputs individually adjustable as monitored/not monitored
 Polling of potential-free contacts
BX-IM4
4 Inputs
BX-MDI8
Input module
Application / feature
 8 monitored inputs
 Connection of conventional detectors
MMD130 Ex-i
mechanical
1
8 lines configurable for
conventional detectors
or
monitored inputs
BX-MDI8
8
BX-IOM
Input and output
module
Application / feature
 1 input
 1 monitored output
 Actuation of monitored consumer units
 Polling of potential-free contacts
BX-IOM
+ 24 ext.
BX-O1
Output module
Application / feature
 1 non-monitored relay output, changeover contact
 Contact load 230V / 2A
 Switches loads of up to 2 A and up to 230 V
BX-O2I4
Output and input
module
Application / feature
 2 non-monitored relay outputs, changeover contacts
 4 inputs, individually adjustable as monitored/not monitored
 Polling of potential-free contacts
 Contact load 230V / 2A
 Switches loads of up to 2 A and up to 230 V
BX-O2I4
Application / feature
 1 output and 3 inputs
 Polling of potential-free contacts
 Connection of Securiton special fire alarm systems:
ARDEA, ASD51x, ADW511, UNILASER XL, ECO, BSD535
BX-OI3
BX-OI3
Output/input module
BX-REL4
Output module
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Application / feature
 4 non-monitored relay outputs, changeover contacts
 Contact load 230V / 2A
 Switches loads of up to 2 A and up to 230 V
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1 Output
BX-O1
1 Output
4 Inputs
2 Outputs
3 Inputs
1 Output
BX-REL4
4 Outputs
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BX-SCU
Branching module
SDI81X
SDI82X
Input module
XLM35/SLM35
Interface module
5.7
Application / feature
 1 stub line SecuriLine eXtended
 Connection of max. participants
Application / feature
 3 inputs
 1 output, not potential-free, for alarm indicators max. 5mA
 Connection of detectors with alarm contacts
 Polling of potential-free contacts
Application / feature
 Interface for connecting Securiton special fire alarm systems:
SecuriSens, ASD535
SecuriLine eXtended
BX-SCU
max. 32 participants
SDI81
SDI82
3 Inputs
1 Output
XLM35
Special fire
detector
Wireless
BX-RGW
Radio Gateway
Module
Application / feature
 Interface for up to 30 wireless smoke detectors or
10 wireless manual call points
SMF 6120
Wireless manual
call points
Application / feature
 Range of up to 40m with visual contact
DOW 1171
Wireless smoke detector
Application / feature
 Range of up to 40m with visual contact
max. 30
BX-RGW
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5.8
Ex-zone detector
Connectable via Z787 safety barrier on interface for BX-AIM or B3-IM8 collective alarm lines
MMD 130 Ex-i
Application / feature
Detector for smoke  Detection response (smoke in accordance with EN54-7 or
and heat
heat in accordance with EN54-5) adjustable on the detector.
Collective
 For Ex-zones 1 and 2
Explosion-proof
 Max. 10 detectors per line
 Separate detector base USB502-7/8 Ex-i
MCP521 N Ex-i
Manual Call Point
Collective
Explosion-proof
MCP521-4 N Ex-i
Manual Call Point
Collective
Explosion-proof
Z787
Safety barrier for
MMD130 Ex-i and
MCP521 N Ex-i
5.9
Dimensions Ø x H: 118.8x 58.1 mm
Application / feature
 EN54-11 certified
 Single action (break glass -> alarm)
 For use in rooms subject to explosion hazards, IP 24
 With transparent protective cover
 Test key
Dimensions: 89 x 93 x 61.5 mm
Application / feature
 EN54-11 certified
 Single action (break glass -> alarm)
 For use in rooms subject to explosion hazards, IP 67
 With transparent protective cover
 Test key
Dimensions: 97.5 x 93 x 73 mm
Application / feature
 1 x Z787 per detector line
 Maximum of 10 MMD130 Ex-i connectable
 Connectable to SecuriLine eXtended via BX-AIM loop module
or to SCP3000 via B3-IM8 line interface.
Door holding magnet
Directly connectable to SecuriLine eXtended; each element has its own individual address
BX-MDH
Door holding magnet
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Application / feature
 Can be connected to the SecuriLine eXtended
 The module keeps fire protection doors open in the normal
state and closes them in the event of an alarm.
 Requires an internal battery but no external power supply
 Integrated monitoring of the door position
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Article Numbers
5.10
Special fire detectors
Securiton offers its own proprietary systems for fire detection in special environments:
ASD535
ASD532
ASD531
ADW511A
ADW535
d-List
LIST
aspirating smoke detection system
aspirating smoke detection system
aspirating smoke detection system
linear heat detector
linear heat detector
linear heat detector
linear heat detector
Get in touch with your Securiton contact for detailed information about these products or find out more from the Securiton web
page: http://www.securiton.com
6
Article Numbers
The article numbers for all the products mentioned in this document and other SecuriFire products can be found in the current
SecuriFire product catalogue.
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System planning
7
System planning
The information below complies with the requirements set
out in EN54.
A fault in the control panel must not affect a monitoring
2.
area greater than 12000m or more than 512 detectors.
This applies to the non-redundant control panel types SecuriFire 500, SecuriFire 1000 and SecuriFire 2000.
SecuriFire 500
SecuriFire 1000 / SF2000
If a control panel has a monitoring area greater than
2.
12000m or with more than 512 detectors, the detection
zones must continue to function despite the control panel
fault. With its consistent redundancy design the SecuriFire
3000 control panel complies with this requirement and is
not subject to any restrictions with regard to the monitoring
area and/or the number of detectors.
The fire alarm state must automatically be displayed both
audibly and optically.
In the event of a fire alarm the alarm sirens and alarm indicators as well as an alarm transmission device must be
activated. The status of these devices must also be displayed.
7.1
Detection area
A detection area must cover no more than one floor of a
building. Exceptions include stairwells, light shafts, elevator shafts or tower-like structures, each of which can form
a separate detection area.
A detection area must not exceed one fire sector and must
2
not be larger than 1600m .
Several rooms may only be grouped together to form one
common detection area if

they consist of a maximum of 5 adjacent rooms
with a maximum total surface area of 400m2, or

they consist of adjacent rooms with easily surveyable doors with a maximum total surface area
of 1000m2. Also with clearly visible optical alarm
indicators near to or above the door for the alarm
identification of the room in question. The displays must be labelled accordingly (e.g. according to DIN 14623).
Alternatively the alarms of the rooms in question
can be displayed on the fire alarm control panel.
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Room 1
Room 2
Corridor
Room 3
2
max. 400m
Room 5
Room 4
System planning
7.2
Detection zone
A detection zone may only comprise detectors within one
detection area.
Separate detection zones are to be provided for automatic
and manual fire detectors.
A maximum of 32 physical detectors are permitted per detection zone.
Separate detection zones are to be provided for automatic
detectors in raised floors, dropped ceilings or cable shafts.
In other respects the detection zone which has detectors
in an alarm state must be very clear to spot.
This can be achieved for example using external alarm indicator lamps.
Detectors in ventilation shafts must have a separate detection zone.
Manual fire detectors in stairwells with more than 2 floors
must be programmed in a separate detection zone; they
must not be included in the detection zones of each individual floor.
max. 32 (10*)
max. 32
* Restriction in accordance with VdS 2095
Provision must be made for switching off the detection
zones independently of one another.
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System planning
7.3
Avoidance of false alarms
Fire alarm systems may feature an appropriate technical
facility for verifying alarms, such as

a 2-detector dependency

a 2-detection zone dependency
With a two-detector or two-detection zone dependency the
dependent detectors must be at least 2.5m apart.
2-detector
dependency
2 detectors within a zone
Zone X
2-detection zone
dependency
Dependency on more than 2 detectors or 2 zones to
achieve the fire alarm state is not permitted.
In a 2-detection zone dependency, multiple-criteria detectors (e.g. smoke and heat) are considered as 1 detector
only as there is no local separation.
The detectors are to be spread out evenly and symmetrically as a matter of principle. Permissible deviations from
the ideal layout are based on the permissible spacings between detectors for smoke & heat detectors. The pitch of
the ceiling and the max. monitoring area are to be taken
into account.
Fire alarm systems may feature an appropriate manual facility for verifying alarms.
The fire alarm can be transmitted to the alarm receiving
centre after a delay. This is subject to the following conditions:

The delay is permissible only if there are people
present.

The alarm must be acknowledged within 30 s.

During that time the alarm will not be transmitted.

The maximum inspect time after the acknowledgement is 3min.

If another alarm is received during that time,
alarm transmission is immediate.
Planning a detector or zone dependency does not affect
the maximum number of detectors per detection area.
Local fire service regulations may stipulate a detector or
zone dependency for automatic alarm transmission.
The functions described do not apply to manual fire detectors.
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Zone Y
Detectors of 2 zones
System planning
7.4
Positioning of automatic fire detectors
Automatic fire detectors must be installed in such a way
that the fire characteristics (smoke, heat, gas) are able to
reach them unimpeded.
The number and placement depend on:

the room height

the surface area

the shape of the ceiling and roof

the maximum monitoring area per detector
Number an placement
of fire detectors
Detector type
Shape of ceiling/roof
Room geometrics
Room height
At least one automatic fire detector must be installed in
each room of the monitored area, except for rooms with a
low fire hazard and no possibility of the fire spreading.
Any areas where people's lives might be at risk in the
event of a fire, i.e. sub-areas where smoke might spread,
are also to be considered as rooms.
Ceilings that are perforated for purposes of forced ventilation must be sealed within a 0.5m radius of the detector.
The number of point detectors for smoke or heat must be
selected in such a way that the maximum monitoring area
per detector is not exceeded.
Dependency on more than 2 detectors or 2 zones to
achieve the fire alarm state is not permitted.
In a 2-detection zone dependency, multiple-criteria detectors (e.g. smoke and heat) are considered as 1 detector
only as there is no local separation.
The detectors are to be spread out evenly and symmetrically as a matter of principle. Permissible deviations from
the ideal layout are based on the permissible spacings between detectors for smoke & heat detectors. The pitch of
the ceiling and the max. monitoring area are to be taken
into account.
In special cases other or additional measures may be
necessary to prevent false alarms.
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System planning
7.5
Choice of fire detector types based on ambient conditions
Ambient conditions
Smoke detection
Heat detection
Smoke detection
-25°C to +60°C
Heat detection
-5°C to +60°C
Potential ice formation is to be prevented at
temperatures < 0°C
Depending on temperature and application Class A1, A2
or B with Class Index S or R
Ambient temperature:
Application temperature:
acc. EN54-5 ,A1 and A2: typ. 25°C, max. 50°C
acc. EN54-5, B:
typ. 40°C, max. 65°C
Static response temperature:
acc. EN54-5 ,A1:
acc. EN54-5 ,A2:
acc. EN54-5 ,B:
Air velocity
Smoke detection
Max. 20m/s
Heat detection
No restriction
Vibration
The detectors are not suitable for environments subject to vibrations.
The appropriate counter-measures must be adopted.
Humidity
10…95% rel. humidity. Non-condensing
Smoke, dust and other aerosols
Smoke detection
Cause of false alarms
Mount the detector in a more suitable position or use a heat detector
Exposure to light sources
No negative impact
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Heat detection
No restriction
min. 54°C, max. 65°C
min. 54°C, max. 70°C
min. 69°C, max. 85°C
System planning
7.6
Room heights
Each detection method is approved only up to a specific
room height.
Ceiling areas which make up less than 10% of the overall
ceiling area are not taken into account except if this area
makes up more than 60% of the detector's maximum
monitoring area.
In such cases the higher areas of the ceiling must be considered as separate rooms.
Securiton special fire systems are used for room heights
that are unsuitable for point detectors:
Room
height
> 12m
< 12m
< 7.5m
< 6m
7.7
Smoke detector
in accordance
with EN54-7
unsuitable
suitable
suitable
suitable
Heat detector in accordance with
EN54-5
Class A1
Class A2, B
unsuitable
unsuitable
unsuitable
unsuitable
suitable
unsuitable
suitable
suitable
Monitoring areas for point detectors
Basic surface area of the
monitored room
2
>80m
<80m
2
>30m
2
<30m
2
Detector type
Room height
Smoke detector in accordance
with EN54-7
6-12m
<6m
<12m
Heat detector. EN54-5 Cl. A1
Heat detector. EN54-5 Cl. A2, B
Heat detector. EN54-5 Cl. A1
Heat detector. EN54-5 Cl. A2, B
< 7.5m
< 6m
< 7.5m
< 6m
Max. monitoring area
Roof/ceiling pitch
<20°
>20°
2
2
80m
110m
2
2
60m
90m
2
2
80m
80m
20m
2
30m
2
30m
2
40m
2
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System planning
7.8
Distance between detector and ceiling or roof
Smoke detector
The required distance between smoke detectors and the
ceiling/roof depends on the room height, the pitch of the
roof and the heat buffer anticipated based on the design of
the roof. See table for standard distances
Heat detector
Heat detectors are always mounted directly to the ceiling.
Room height
>6m
<6m
Detector distance for different shapes of ceiling or roof
In the case of rooms with roofs with a pitch greater than
20°, e.g. slanting roof, gabled roof or hipped roof, a row of
detectors must be installed vertically under the roof ridge
or the highest point of the room, with pendant length DL.
In rooms with shed roofs each shed must have its own row
of detectors, as illustrated in the figure.
The detectors are mounted to the ceiling area with the
smallest pitch at a distance DV from the ridge and with a
pendant length DL.
If further rows of detectors are required, the distance DL
from the roof applies to all roof shapes up to a pitch of 20°.
With vaulted ceilings the following simplified assumption is
used to calculate the pitch:
Average roof pitch less than 20° if: GH / GB ≤ 0.182.
Average roof pitch greater than 20° if: GH / GB ≤ 0.182.
Vault height GH = RH - VH
Vault width GB
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DL
Distance between detector
and ceiling
Roof/ceiling pitch
<20°
>20°
<0.4m
0.35m to 1.0m
<0.25m
0.2m to 0.5m
System planning
7.9
7.10
In narrow corridors and ceiling areas

The distance between heat detectors can be up
to 10m or 5m in the case of 2-detector or 2-zone
dependency

The distance between smoke detectors can be
up to 15m or 11m in the case of 2-detector or 2zone dependency or 7.5m if extinguishing systems are actuated.

The distance between the detector and the end of
the corridor or ceiling area must not exceed half
the specified distances.

The maximum areas monitored by the detectors
must not be exceeded.

The distance to the wall must not be less than
0.5m.
The only exceptions are corridors and similar areas less than 1m wide.
Distances from walls


7.11
If the room is subdivided into areas less than 0.15
m from the ceiling the distance of 0.5 m applies
also to the subdivided areas.
Distance from stored goods and storage facilities

The distance between the detector and the stored
goods and/or storage facilities must not exceed
0.5m at any point.
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7.12
Positioning of manual fire detectors MCP
Manual fire detectors must be:





Any MCP that is out of commission must be labelled accordingly (e.g. out of service)
mounted in a clearly visible location
easily accessible
mounted at a height of 1.4m ± 0.2m above
ground
sufficiently illuminated by daylight or other light
source. Any emergency lighting installed must illuminate the MCP.
mounted in evacuation corridors or escape routes
* In locations with a low fire risk the distance between two
MCPs must not exceed 100m
In critical environments or depending on the structural
properties of the premises the distance between MCPs
should not exceed 40 m
The layout and number of detectors must be such that a
person does not have to walk more than 30m to reach the
nearest MCP.
max. 40m (*1
00m )
1,4m
± 0,2m
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