Series 600 Fire Alarm Specification (PDF File)

Series 600 Fire Alarm Specification (PDF File)
SECTION 1.0
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Introduction
SECTION 2.0
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The Fire Alarm Control Panel
SECTION 3.0
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Automatic Fire Detectors
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1.0
INTRODUCTION
1.1
Scope
Furnish a complete 24V DC analogue addressable, electrically supervised, zone
annunciated, fire detection and alarm system as specified herein and indicated on
the drawings. The system shall include but not be limited to, a control panel with
integral power supply to provide the 24V DC, signal initiating devices, audible and
visual alarm devices, and all accessories required to provide a complete and
operating system.
The fire alarm system shall be wired as 2 core signal loops. 24V DC power wiring
shall be installed to alarm sounders via addressable sounder modules or via
conventional monitored sounder outputs within the control panel. Loop powered
sounders shall be connected directly to the signal loops.
1.2
Codes and Standards
The following codes and standards shall apply:
1.3
EN54-2 and EN54-4
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Fire Alarm CIE and PSE
ISO9001
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Quality Control
BS 5839:part 1
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Fire Detection and Alarm Systems for
Buildings
Qualifications of Manufacturers
Manufacturers of the products supplied for the fire alarm system shall have been
in the business of manufacturing Fire Alarm products for at least five years. They
shall confirm compliance to the above codes and standard.
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2.0
THE FIRE ALARM CONTROL PANEL (FACP)
2.1
Functional Description
The fire alarm control panel (FACP) shall be the central processing unit of the
system, receiving and analyzing signals from fire sensors, providing audible and
visual information to the user, initiating automatic alarm response sequences and
providing the means by which the user interacts with the system.
The FACP shall be certified as meeting the requirements of EN54-2 and EN54-4
by a suitable, notified body. A certificate and test report shall be made available
for inspection as evidence of certification.
The FACP shall be easily configurable to meet the exact detection zone and
output mapping requirements of the building.
The FACP shall be microprocessor based and operated under a multitasking
software program. Operating programs and configuration data shall be contained
in re-configurable non-volatile memory. Retention of the memory shall not rely on
any form of battery or capacitor back-up device. The FACP shall incorporate
separate processors for loop processing and central processing.
Provision shall be made for each addressable loop to be sub-divided into
geographical zones. The section of wiring corresponding to each zone circuit
shall be protected from faults in other sections by line isolator modules.
In order to facilitate re-configuration and system extension, the allocation of
addresses to devices shall be independent of their physical arrangements on the
loops.
Up to 126 individually addressed standard devices shall be configured on each
addressable loop. Loop powered sounders and beacons incorporated as sensor
bases shall be available.
The FACP shall have the capablility to support sub-addressing of addressable
modules.
The FACP shall incorporate a real time clock to enable events to be referenced
against time and date.
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2.2
Configuration
It shall be possible to perform configuration updates on site using a portable
personal computer and a Windows ® based configuration utility. This facility shall
allow the following parameters to be set:-
2.3
Control Panel
a)
b)
c)
d)
e)
f)
g)
h)
i)
2.4
Detectors
a)
b)
c)
d)
e)
f)
2.5
Panel name (fifteen characters minimum)
Panel text (comfort message or service company forty characters minimum)
Change code numbers or access levels two and three
Select sounder ringing mode as common, zonal or two stage
Select first and second stage delay times for each sounder output to between
zero and five minutes.
Set number of loops on panel as one, two or four
Set number of zones on panel as 0, 16, 48 or 96
Set loop sounder volume globally
Set start and end times for day night mode for each day of the week
Allocate a zone
Set a delay before the panel responds to a fire signal
Indicate pre-alarm
Set day sensitivity and night sensitivity separately
Address loop powered base sounders
Allocate a forty character location text message
Call Points
a) Allocate a zone
b) Allocate a forty character location text message
2.6
Switch Units (input)
a) Allocate a zone for each input and the device itself
b) Define input action as fire, fault, pre-alarm, technical alarm, evacuate, alert,
security alarm, silence alarm, transparent, disablement or test mode
c) Change the input action message from the default to any one of the above or
to any one of a user defined library of 10 additional action messages
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d) Set a delay before the panel responds to a fire signal
e) Select whether the input requires the control panel to be reset or is self
clearing upon removal of the input
f) Allocate a forty character location text message
2.7
Relay or Sounder Units (output)
a) Allocate a zone for each input and the device itself
b) Define whether the device responds to evacuate inputs, as a sounder
(default ringing), is silenceable, needs to be reset or produces a single
pulsed operation of between one and five seconds (programmable)
c) Has a delay before operating (zero to five minutes)
d) Allocate a forty character location text message
2.8
Loop Powered Sounders and Beacons
a) Allocate a zone
b) Define whether the device responds to evacuate inputs, as a sounder
(default ringing), is silenceable or needs to be reset
c) Has a delay before operating (zero to five minutes)
d) Allocate a forty character location text message
2.9
Panel Construction
The housing containing the FACP shall be of metal construction and shall be
capable of being surface or semi-flush mounted. It shall be complete with
cable knock-outs in sufficient quantity to accommodate all likely cabling
requirements.
The housing shall afford a minimum ingress protection to IP30 and it shall not be
possible to open the FACP without the use of a special tool or key.
2.10
Panel Indications
The FACP shall monitor the status of all devices on the addressable loops for
fire, short-circuit fault, open-circuit fault, incorrect addressing, unauthorized
device removal or exchange, pre-alarm condition and contaminated detector
condition.
The FACP shall also monitor the status of internal connections and interfaces
including charger and batteries.
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The FACP shall provide the following discrete visual indications:
a)
b)
c)
d)
e)
f)
g)
h)
i)
j)
k)
l)
2.11
POWER ON
FIRE ALARM
PRE-ALARM
ON TEST
BUZZER SILENCED
DELAY ACTIVE
MORE EVENTS
GENERAL DISABLEMENT
GENERAL FAULT
POWER FAULT
SYSTEM FAULT
SOUNDER FAULT/DISABLED
green LED indicator
red LED indicator
yellow LED indicator
yellow LED indicator
yellow LED indicator
yellow LED indicator
yellow LED indicator
yellow LED indicator
yellow LED indicator
yellow LED indicator
yellow LED indicator
yellow LED indicator
Display
In addition to the indications above, the FACP shall have an integral
240 x 64-pixel graphic LCD Display.
The display shall incorporate a backlight which will illuminate upon any event
(excluding mains failure) or button press.
The display shall be capable of simultaneously indicating the number of
outstanding events and their types as well as the current event.
2.12
Panel Controls
The panel shall be provided with at least the following manual controls:a)
b)
c)
d)
e)
f)
g)
h)
i)
j)
SILENCE BUZZER
ACKNOWLEDGE ALARM
RE-SOUND ALARM
RESET
LAMP TEST
FUNCTION 1
MORE FIRES
MORE EVENTS
HELP
MENU NAVIGATION PAD (UP, DOWN, LEFT, RIGHT, ENTER, EXIT)
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2.13
Enable Keyswitch
A controls enable keyswitch shall be included on the panel front plate to prevent
unauthorised access to the panel function buttons.
2.14
Remote Monitoring Signals
The FACP shall be capable of monitoring and controlling remote site devices,
such as relays for the control of plant and dampers directly from the addressable
loops.
The FACP shall be capable of monitoring fire doors such that, in the event of a fire
alarm condition, an event is generated to warn of the failure of a fire door to close.
2.15
Software
The FACP shall have, as a standard software enhancement, the ability to
annunciate a pre-alarm condition designed to given the earliest possible warning
of potential fire condition without raising the full alarm condition.
The FACP shall have as a standard software enhancement the ability to
automatically adjust the alarm threshold levels to compensate for changes in
detector sensitivity due to containment over a period of time.
The FACP shall have, as a standard software enhancement, the ability to provide
an indication that a detector is nearing a level of contamination, which requires
that it be replaced or serviced.
The FACP shall have, as a standard software enhancement, the ability to provide
automatic warning that a detector has reached a level of contamination, which
requires that it be replaced or serviced.
The FACP shall have, as a standard software enhancement, the ability to
synchronize loop data transmission to eliminate the possibility of data corruption
due to cross-talk or similar effects.
The FACP shall have, as a standard software enhancement, extensive, context
sensitive help screens to offer additional information on system status at all times.
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2.16
Sounders
The FACP shall provide the necessary outputs to separately operate a minimum
of two monitored circuits of common system sounders. Each output shall be
capable of driving a sounder load of up to 1A.
The FACP shall also be able to monitor the integrity of and control standard
sounder circuits, via a suitable addressable module.
The FACP shall be capable of providing a two-stage alarm sounder facility that
can be programmed, either on a zonal basis or common system basis, to meet the
requirements of the fire authority. Sounder outputs shall be available as follows:-
Alert, intermittent pulsed tone
Evacuate, continuous tone
The FACP shall have the facility to change, on a per sounder zone basis, the
sound output dependent upon whether the source of alarm is:
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an automatic detector, e.g. smoke, heat
a manual call point
The FACP shall have the facility to generate a slow pulsed output to all sounder
circuits in response to a security alert input.
2.17
Fault Reporting
The FACP shall monitor all critical system components and interconnections,
internal and external, such that a failure, which would prevent the correct
operation of the alarm functions, causes the FAULT indicator to light and a
message to be given on the alphanumeric display within 60 seconds of
occurrence.
The following faults shall be reported in the manner described above:a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
f.
g.
h.
Loop Short Circuit
Loop Open Circuit
Unconfigured Device
Device missing
Addressable Device Failure
Incorrectly Configured Device
System fault (Processor)
Low Battery
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i.
j.
k.
l.
m.
n.
Charger Failure
Earth Fault Monitoring
Battery Fault
Mains Failure
Sounder Wiring Open Circuit (per circuit)
Sounder Wiring Short Circuit (per circuit)
To help fault finding and repair, the FACP shall provide text messages to indicate
the location of where a fault has occurred in the system.
2.18
System Management
The FACP shall incorporate the following system management facilities:
a.
b
c.
d.
e.
f.
g.
h.
i.
j.
k.
l.
Isolate/re-connect individual outputs or inputs of addressable points
Isolate/re-connect individual zones
Isolate/re-connect individual loops
Isolate/re-connect all or individual sounder circuits
Isolate-/re-connect all volt-free contacts individually
Isolate/re-connect panel inputs
Walk-test of a selected zone to verify detectors and sounders
View system status
Print event log
Print point status
Set time
View contamination status
Access to the facilities described above shall be restricted to user Engineer level
or above.
The FACP shall have an event log capable of storing the last 500 events that have
occurred. It shall be possible to view the content of the log via the alphanumeric
display. Events shall be displayed in chronological order with the newest events
first. It shall be possible to scroll through the events.
The FACP shall be designed so that, for each type of analogue addressable
detector, the overall response time including the sensor, the signal transmission
system and the fire decision algorithm, meets the requirement of European
Standards.
The FACP shall be capable of isolating a group of selected detectors in areas of
the building where maintenance work is carried out.
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3.0
AUTOMATIC FIRE DETECTORS (GENERAL)
3.1
General
The manufacturer shall have available the following types of analogue
addressable automatic sensors, for direct connection to the system address
loop.
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3.2
Ionisation smoke sensors
Photoelectric smoke sensors
Heat sensors
Multi-sensors
Addressable Units
The manufacturer shall be capable of offering two-state addressable versions of
the following units, taking only one address from the loop:
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Ionisation smoke detectors
Photoelectric smoke detectors
Heat detectors
Photoelectric beam smoke detectors
Ultra-violet flame detectors
Conventional detector interface modules
Addressable sounder modules
Addressable relay interface modules
Addressable switch monitoring modules
Short circuit isolator modules (no address required)
Loop powered sounders
Manual call points for indoor use
Multiple inputs/outputs
Radio interfaces to detectors and call points
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3.3
Conventional Units
The manufacturer shall have available the following types of conventional
automatic detectors, manual call points and ancillary units for connection to the
system via suitable interfaces:
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Ionisation smoke detectors
Photoelectric smoke detectors
Photoelectric beam smoke detectors
Ultra-violet flame detectors
Heat detectors
Manual call points for indoor use
Manual call points for outdoor use
Remote indicators units
Sounders
Analogue addressable and addressable detectors and modules must be able to
transmit to the FACP an address to be used in the system configuration.
It must be possible to connect and mix automatic detectors, addressable manual
call points and addressable modules within the same zone sub-division of an
addressable loop.
All equipment connected to the system addressable loop, either directly or via
interfaces, shall be proofed against electrical noise, high frequency pulses and
electromagnetic influences from other equipment.
The manufacturer shall have available suitable equipment to test and remove or
exchange all three main types of automatic point-type detectors when installed.
3.4
Ionisation Smoke Detectors
The Ionisation smoke detectors shall be capable of detecting visible and
invisible combustion gases emanating from fires, using a dual ionisation
chamber in which the air is ionized by a single radioactive source.
The radioactive source used shall be AM 241 of one microcurie or less.
The ionisation smoke detectors shall be designed to have high resistance to
contamination and corrosion and shall include RFI screening to minimize the
effect of radiated and conducted electrical interference.
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The ionisation smoke detectors shall be suitable for operation in air speeds of up
to 10m/s and shall incorporate screens to minimize the effects of small insects.
The manufacturer shall have available the following versions of the ionisation
smoke detector to meet difference applications:
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Analogue addressable
Conventional
The ionisation smoke detector shall incorporate LED’s clearly visible from the
outside, to provide indication of alarm actuation.
In locations where the detector is not readily visible, remote indicator units shall
be provided.
3.5
Photoelectric Smoke Detectors
The photoelectric smoke detectors shall be capable of detecting visible
combustion gases emanating from fires and shall employ the forward lightscatter principle.
The point-type photoelectric smoke detectors shall be equally sensitive to a wide
range of combustible materials.
The design of the point-type photoelectric smoke detector sensing chamber
shall be optimised to minimise the effect of dust deposit over a period of time.
The chamber cover shall be removable for ease of cleaning or replacement.
The point-type photoelectric smoke detectors shall incorporate screens
designed to prevent all but the very smallest of insects from entering the sensing
chamber, (50 holes per square centimeter or more).
The photoelectric smoke detectors shall be designed to have high resistance to
contamination and corrosion and shall include RFI screening to minimize the
effect of radiated and conducted electrical interference.
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The manufacturer shall have available the following versions of the point type
photoelectric smoke detector to meet different applications.
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Analogue addressable
Conventional – normal sensitivity
Conventional – normal sensitivity – delayed response
Conventional – normal sensitivity – Intrinsically Safe
The photoelectric smoke detector shall incorporate two LED’s, clearly visible
from the outside, to provide indication of alarm actuation.
In locations where the detector is not readily visible, remote indicator units shall
be provided.
3.6
Multi-Sensors - Analogue Addressable
The multi-sensor should be capable of monitoring two different sensing
elements:1)
2)
Photoelectric
Thermal
The design of the point-type multi-sensor photoelectric smoke detector sensing
chamber shall be optimized to minimize the effect of dust deposit over a period
of time. The chamber cover shall be removable for ease of cleaning or
replacement.
The point-type multi-sensors shall incorporate screens designed to prevent all
but the very smallest of insects from entering the sensing chamber, (50 holes
per square centimeter or more).
The multi-sensors shall be designed to have high resistance to contamination
and corrosion and shall include RFI screening to minimize the effect of radiated
and conducted electrical interference.
The sensor should be able to operate in the following modes.
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3.6.1
Combination Mode
The sensor should be able to operate as a photoelectric sensor but when the
ambient temperature reaches 40º C or above, the thermal elements should be
capable of sensing the ‘Rate of Rise’ and adjust the sensitivity of the
photoelectric element automatically. The sensitivity of the photoelectric should
be increased via an internal algorithm.
3.6.2
Photoelectric Mode
The sensor should be able to return the analogue value for the photoelectric
element during a normal polling sequence.
The sensor should also be able to signal to the FACP if the thermal sensing
element exceeds a fixed temperature threshold.
3.6.3
Thermal Mode
The sensor should be able to return the analogue value for the thermal element
during a normal polling sequence. The sensor should also be able to signal to
the FACP if the photoelectric sensing element exceeds a pre-defined threshold.
The multi-sensor shall incorporate LED’s, clearly visible from the outside, to
provide indication of alarm actuation. The LED’s should be controlled from the
FACP if the LED’s flash during the normal polling sequence.
The modes of the multi-sensor should be controlled by the FACP, when the
FACP changes from one mode to another the FACP should re-calibrate the
multi-sensor.
In locations where the detector is not readily visible, remote indicator units shall
be provided.
The multi-sensor should have the capability of monitoring both sensing
elements, if either or both of the elements fail it should be reported and
displayed at the FACP.
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3.7
Duct Smoke Detectors
The manufacturer shall produce standard equipment for the installation of
smoke detectors in air ducts. This equipment shall be designed to
accommodate the manufacturer’s standard smoke detectors and bases:
Analogue Addressable, Addressable and Conventional.
3.8
Heat Detectors
The heat detectors shall be capable of detecting rapid rise in temperature and/or
fixed absolute temperatures.
The heat detectors shall employ two heat-sensing elements with different
thermal characteristics to provide a rate of rise dependent response.
The heat detectors shall include RFI screening to minimize the effect of radiated
and conducted electrical interference.
The manufacturer shall have available the following versions of heat detectors to
meet different applications:
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Analogue addressable – grade 1, 2 or 3
Two state addressable – grade 1
Two state addressable – grade 2
Conventional – grade 1
Conventional – grade 2
Conventional – range 1
Conventional – static 60°C
Conventional – static 90°C
The heat detectors shall incorporate LED’s, clearly visible from the outside, to
provide an indication of alarm actuation.
In locations where the detector is not readily visible, remote indicator units shall
be provided.
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3.9
Detector Base
The automatic point-type fire detectors shall be fixed to the installation by means
of plug-in bases. Analogue addressable bases, sounder bases and
conventional detector bases shall be available.
A small plastic card shall be inserted into the detector base to provide the device
with a unique address. The address shall be determined by the combination of
‘pips’ removed from the plastic card, which in turn correspond with switches in
the detector head. A security screw shall be fitted to each base to avoid
unauthorised removal and the base shall be designed to fit a BS conduit box.
Bases shall not contain any electronic circuitry. This shall enable insulation and
continuity checks to be completed on the wiring with the detector heads
removed.
3.10
Addressable Manual Call Points
The addressable manual call points shall monitor and signal to the FACP the
status of a switch operated by a “break glass” assembly. They shall be red in
colour and suitable for surface or flush mounting. The addressable call points
shall be provided with an integral red LED to indicate activation.
One version of the addressable call point shall be available mounted in a
weatherproof housing, affording protection to IP 66.
The addressable call points shall be capable of operating by means of thumb
pressure and not require a hammer. They shall be capable of being tested
using a special ‘key’ without the need for shattering the glass.
The addressable call points shall incorporate a mechanism to interrupt the
normal addressable loop scan to provide an alarm response within 3 seconds
and shall be field programmable to trigger either an alert or an evacuate
response from the FACP.
3.11
Addressable Sounder Module
The addressable sounder module shall be capable of monitoring and controlling
two independent circuits of alarm sounders using a single loop address.
24 V DC power to drive the sounders shall be derived independently from the
FACP.
The addressable sounder shall be capable of operating both sets of sounders in
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a pulsing or continuous mode as determined on the module. Each circuit shall
be individually programmable. Sounder circuits shall be capable of
synchronization.
The addressable sounder module shall provide the facility to monitor the wiring
to the sounders for open or short-circuit and transmit the necessary fault signal
to the FACP. Each sounder circuit shall be separately fused.
The addressable sounder module shall provide the facility to monitor for failure
of the power supply for the sounders and transmit the necessary fault signal to
the FACP.
The addressable sounder module shall provide a green LED indication when the
FACP is polling it.
3.12
Conventional Detector Interface Module
The conventional detector interface module shall be capable of monitoring two
independent zones, each of up to 30 conventional detectors using a single loop
address.
24 V DC power to power the conventional detectors shall be derived
independently from the FACP.
The conventional detector interface module shall provide the facility to monitor
the detector zones for open or short-circuit and transmit the necessary fault
signal to the FACP.
The conventional detector interface module shall provide a remote LED facility
to indicate detectors in alarm and shall provide a red LED indication when the
FACP is polling it.
3.13
Addressable Relay Interface Module
The addressable relay interface module shall be capable of switching two
independent relays; either normally open or normally closed, each rated at 30V,
1 Amp.
A single input shall provide open and short circuit monitoring facilities, set locally
at the unit. The addressable relay interface module shall use a single loop
address.
The unit shall be powered directly from the addressable loop.
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The addressable relay interface module shall provide an LED indication when
the FACP is polling it .
3.14
Addressable Switch Monitoring Module
The addressable switch monitoring module shall be capable of monitoring two
independence voltage free contacts, each either normally open or normally
closed, using a single loop address. The unit shall be powered directly from the
addressable loop.
The addressable switch-monitoring module shall provide a red LED indication
when the FACP is polling it. The LED shall be continuously lit when either input
is active.
3.15
Short Circuit Isolator Module
The short circuit isolator module shall provide protection on the addressable
loop by automatically disconnecting the section of wiring between two modules
where a short circuit has occurred.
The short circuit isolator module shall derive power directly from the addressable
loop and shall provide an LED indication that the module has tripped. A base
mounted version shall be available.
3.16
Loop Powered Sounders
Addressable electronic sounders shall be connected directly to the detection
loops where required. These shall be incorporated in a suitable mounting base
so that an analogue smoke or heat sensor may also be connected to the base, if
required. Loop powered sounders shall be ceiling or wall mountable. A cover
plate shall be fitted when a sensor is not to be fitted on the sounder.
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3.17
Photoelectric Beam Smoke Detectors
The photoelectric beam smoke detectors shall be capable of detecting visible
combustion gases emanating from fires and shall utilize the light obscuration
principle. The emitter shall project a near infra red beam to the receiver.
Two types are acceptable:
1.
The photoelectric beam smoke detectors shall consist of an emitter and a
receiver pair. The detectors shall operate a 5 – 100 metre range.
2.
A photoelectric reflective beam smoke detector consisting of a combined
control unit and a separate reflector. The detector shall operate over a
5 – 30 metre range.
The photoelectric beam smoke detectors shall have automatic recalibration in
order to adjust for contamination.
The photoelectric beam smoke detectors shall be designed to have high
resistance to corrosion and shall include RFI screening to minimize the effect of
radiated and conducted electrical interference.
The photoelectric beam smoke detectors shall incorporate two LED’s, clearly
visible from the outside and below, to provide indication of alarm actuation and
fault.
3.18
Ultra-violet Flame Detectors
The flame detector shall be of a point-type. It shall be mounted on its base
using a simple twist action for ease of installation and removal.
The flame detector shall be able to detect weak ultra-violet rays in a 120° cone
of vision, in a direct line of sight.
3.19
Remote Indicator Unit
The remote indicator unit shall provide a remote indication for any detector that
may be located in an enclosed or locked compartment.
The remote indicator unit shall be driven directly from its associated local
detector. It shall be either flush or surface mountable.
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3.20
Sounders
Two types of electronic sounders shall be acceptable: loop-powered
addressable sounders (see above) and stand-alone versions. Stand-alone
versions shall be powered by 24 Volts DCV from the FACP.
Non loop-powered versions shall be flush or surface mountable, red in colour.
They shall have a minimum sound output of 95 dB (A) at 1 metre distance and
shall have a maximum current consumption at 24V DC of 100 mA.
3.21
Alarm Bells
Fire alarm bells shall be under dome type with a high resonance pressed alloysteel gong to ensure a load clear-tone ting. They shall be fully suppressed and
polarized.
The operating mechanism shall be fully enclosed and the gong shall be red
stove enameled for long life.
Alarm bells shall have a minimum sound output of 95 dB (A) at 1 metre distance,
and shall have a maximum current consumption at 24V DC of 30 mA.
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