XLS40e/50e/60e System Architecture
XLS40e/50e/60e System Architecture
Section 6.1.1: Analogue Addressable – Control Panels
The XLS40e, 50e and 60e range of
controllers offers flexibility. Available
in 1, 2 or 5 loops, the range of
controllers is compatible with the
detection protocol of the five main
Sounder
Circuits
industry leaders:* Honeywell TC800,
System Sensor, Apollo (Xplorer,
XP95 & Discovery), Hochiki ESP,
and Nittan.
Further flexibility is afforded by a
wide variety of peripheral devices.
From display repeaters to custom
Local Printer
mimic
displays,
printers,
serial
data interfaces and switching relay
interfaces.
Active
Repeater
Passive
Repeater
40 Way
Mimic
Driver
4 Way
Sounder
Module
4 Way
Relay
Module
8 Way
Input
Module
Serial
Interface
Module
* The XLS range of controllers is not compatible
with any of the Gent devices. Refer to Section 5
for compatible controllers.
SECTION 6: page XLS40e, XLS50e and XLS60e
Section 6.1.1: Analogue Addressable – Control Panels
The XLS40, 50 and 60e range of
intelligent fire alarm control panels
has been designed with openness
in mind. Affording connection
with up to 5 of the industry
leading detection protocols, 4
of which are truly open protocol.
Constructed around proven and
reliable microprocessor technology,
the series boasts a vast and
comprehensive range of peripherals
providing a scalable approach to
almost all applications.
l
l
Multi Protocol
l TC800
l System Sensor
l Apollo (Xplorer, XP95 and
Discovery)
l Hochiki ESP
l Nittan
Supports loop powered
Sounder Beacons
XLS60e Multi-protocol Fire Alarm Control Panel
Technical Specification
Model
Loop Capacity
XLS40e
XLS50e
XLS60e
1 loop
1 to 2 loops expandable
1 to 5 loops expandable
Up to 20 zones with individual LED indicators
A maximum 200 can be programmed with up to
180 software zones with no LED indication
Zones
Up to 80 Zones using
the 795-077-020 & 795077-060 zone indication
expansion modules
l
Modular concept
l
Simple, robust design
Operating Voltage
230V 50Hz ac (+10%, -15% voltage tolerance)
l
Intuitive to use
Max. PSU Rating
l
Cost effective to maintain
2.5 Amps total
Comprising: Battery Charger: 0.7 Amps Internal & External Loads: 1.8 Amps
l
Easy to expand – scalable
l
Network options
XLS60e One to Five Loop
Control Panel
722-101-001
720-101-001
721-101-001
Operating Temperature
Humidity (max)
Relevant Standards
Approvals
Dimensions (mm)
795-068
XLS40e and XLS50e
Loop Driver Card for Apollo
Discovery or XP95 Protocol
795-066
Loop Driver Card for Apollo
Series 90 or XP95 Protocol
795-048
795-058-005
Loop Driver Card for
Nittan Protocol
795-044-001
Semi Flush Mounting Kit
for XLS60e
797-061
797-062
Loop driver cards ordered separately,
compatible with XLS40e, XLS50e and
XLS60e only. For further panel accessories
please contact Honeywell Building Solutions.
SECTION 6: page 19 kg without batteries
38.2 kg with 2 x 24Ah
batteries
0ºC to +40ºC
0ºC to +40ºC
0ºC to +40ºC
85% (non-condensing)
85% (non-condensing)
85% (non-condensing)
EN 54 Parts 2 & 4
EN 54 Parts 2 & 4
EN 54 Parts 2 & 4
LPCB pending
LPCB
LPCB
XLS60e
400
795-070
Loop Driver Card for
System Sensor Protocol
Loop Driver Card for
Hochiki ESP protocol
24V dc nominal (26.5 – 19.5V dc)
10 kg without batteries
18.5 kg with 2 x 12Ah batteries
Weight
Loop Driver Card for
TC800 (HBS) Protocol
Semi Flush Mounting Kit
for XLS40e and XLS50e
24V and 7V ac (from integral mains transformer)
500
XLS50e One to Two Loop
Control Panel
24V sealed lead acid batteries
Power Supply Input(s)
Power Supply Output(s)
Order Codes
XLS40e Single Loop
Control Panel
Standby Batteries
135
400
195
500
XLS60e Repeater Panel
Section 6.1.1: Analogue Addressable – Control Panels
The compact repeaters are
remote units which enhance the
display and indicating facilities
of the XLS40/50/60e control
panels. There are two types
of repeaters available, passive
with indications only and active
with both functional controls
and indication. Both repeaters
display the operational state of
the control panel using the 80
character LCD display and the 7
LED status indicators.
l
XLS60e Active Repeater Panel
Technical Specification
Model
Active
Passive
Operating Voltage
18 to 32V dc
18 to 32V dc
Operating Current
90mA (Quiescent) 120m (Alarm)
90mA (Quiescent) 120m (Alarm)
2.5mm2
2.5mm2
Terminals
Maximum cross section
Maximum cross section
Keyswitch activated – System Reset,
Sound Alarms, Silence/Resound, Mute,
Accept and Self Test
User Controls
LED indicators
Weight
1.7 kg (approx)
Operating Temperature
+5ºC to +45ºC
+5ºC to +45ºC
10 to 93% (non-condensing)
10 to 93% (non-condensing)
Relevant Standards
N/A
N/A
Approvals
N/A
N/A
Humidity
l
System Reset
l
Sound Alarms
l
Mute
l
Silence/Re-sound Alarms
l
Accept
l
Self test
l
Connection afforded via RS485
peripheral data bus
l
Affords connection of up to 31
repeaters per system
l
Backlit adjustable alphanumeric
display
l
Discrete, aesthetic design
N/A
Fire, Fault, Accepted, Disablement, Silenced, Comms Fail, Power
Functional repeater fitted with:
1.7 kg (approx)
165
Dimensions (mm)
Order Codes
253.5
50
XLS60e/BR Base
Passive Repeater
709-711-001
XLS60e/FR Base
Active Repeater
709-611-001
XLS60e Repeater Bezel for
semi-flush mounting
020-600-002
Requires RS485 (795-004-001)
communication module in Port D and an
external power source.
SECTION 6: page XLS80e System Architecture
Section 6.1.1: Analogue Addressable – Control Panels
The XLS80e control panel, available
in 2 through to 8 loop versions, is
Security
one of a few in the market place
Energy
Manager
CCTV
Access
Control
that will comply with the standards
and yet provide control of over
512 devices. The Enhanced Loop
Interface Board (ELIB) enables multi
processor control to provide up to 8
loops of detection and loop powered
sounders from one controller.
The key benefit of this system is the
EBI
functionality that can be provided
when
connected
to
Building Integrator, EBI.
EBI provides a seamless graphical
representation
of
Repeater Panel
Enterprise
alarms
EBI
Server
and
processes to:
l
Hasten the identification of a
genuine fire alarm condition
l
Improve the efficiency of evacuation
procedures
l
Provide seamless smart integration
with Building systems:
l
Fire
l
HVAC
l
Intruder
l
CCTV
l
Access Control
l
Energy management
l
Total control and responsibility for
integrated solution, be they 3rd
party or in-house
l
Enable Honeywell Building
Solutions to provide a total solution
tailored to the needs of the
customer
XLS80e
XLSNET
Secure RS485 Bus
Repeater Panel
SECTION 6: page XLS80e Control Panel
Section 6.1.1: Analogue Addressable – Control Panels
Advanced design and manufacturing
techniques together with Honeywell’s
50 plus years of experience at
the forefront of the fire industry,
ensure that the XLS80e sets new
standards in areas of functionality,
flexibility, user friendliness and
reliability. The XLS80e is the first
choice when it comes to smart
building integration. Connectivity
with Enterprise Building Integrator
(EBI) (see Section 8) affords total
control over your building services.
l
XLS80e Control Panel
l
Technical Specification
l
Loop Capacity
Expandable from 2 to 8 loop capacity. Up to 198 loop devices
(up to 99 sensors and 99 modules) may be fitted to each analogue loop
Output voltage
22.5 to 26.4V
Maximum load
0.5A
Zones
255 fire zones per panel
Max. PSU Rating
7A
Standard 14 kg (approx) (no batteries),
Extended – extra depth 20 kg, Back Box Extension – extra depth 5 kg
Weight
Operating Temperature
-5ºC to +45ºC
Relative Humidity
Relevant Standards
Approvals
5 to 95%
l
EN 54 Parts 2 & 4
l
LPCB approved to EN 54 Parts 2 & 4
l
Seamless integration into EBI
Enhanced Loop Boards provide
connection of more than 512
devices per control panel
Supports Honeywell’s
advanced detection:
l FILTREX – harsh
environment detector
l Loop powered aspirating
module
l Intrinsically safe equipment
l Laser sensor point detection
l Loop powered sounder
beacons
24 and 72 hour standby
Direct serial connection to
XLSPAVA – Public Address and
Voice Alarm system
Peer to peer or master slave
networking
Order Codes
TC800 protocol only
Dimensions (mm)
XLS80e Two Loop
Control Panel
020-692
XLS80e Four Loop
Control Panel
020-693
XLS80e Six Loop
Control Panel
020-694
XLS80e Eight Loop
Control Panel
020-695
400
XLS80e Standard Back Box
Flushing Bezel
020-038-002
XLS80e Loop Booster (boosts
loop alarm current)
002-629-100
XLS80e Printer kit
500
153
A full range of 19-inch rack
mounting assemblies addresses
the needs of more industrial type
installations.
XLS80e RS485
Communications Card
010-644-009
010-479
Contact Honeywell Building Solutions
for further information on available zone
configurations and other peripheral
equipment.
SECTION 6: page XLS80e FR Repeater Panel
Section 6.1.1: Analogue Addressable – Control Panels
The compact repeaters are
remote units which enhance the
display and indicating facilities
of the XLS80e control panel.
The XLS80-FR active repeater
has both functional controls that
can be enabled and disabled
dependent upon requirements.
General alarm and fault status
are provided by on-board LEDs,
whilst
indication
of
textual
information is afforded by a 240
x 60 graphic LCD.
l
l
l
l
l
Repeater controls:
l
System Reset
l
Sound Alarms
l
Mute
Technical Specification
l
Silence/Re-sound Alarms
Model
l
Accept
l
Self test
XLS80e Active Repeater Panel
Operating Voltage
Active
Passive
18 to 32V dc
18 to 32V dc
Operating Current
90mA (Quiescent) 120m (Alarm)
90mA (Quiescent) 120m (Alarm)
Terminals
Maximum cross section 2.5mm2
Maximum cross section 2.5mm2
Keyswitch activated – System Reset,
Sound Alarms, Silence/Resound, Mute,
Accept and Self Test
N/A
Connection afforded via RS485
peripheral data bus
User Controls
Affords connection of up to 31
repeaters per system
LED indicators
Fire, Fault, Disables, Accepted, Silenced, Power, Communications loss
Weight
1.7 kg (approx)
Backlit adjustable alphanumeric
display
Operating Temperature
+5ºC to +45ºC
+5ºC to +45ºC
10 to 93% (non-condensing)
10 to 93% (non-condensing)
Discreet, aesthetic design
Relevant Standards
N/A
N/A
Approvals
N/A
N/A
Humidity
1.7 kg (approx)
Dimensions (mm)
Order Codes
165
XLS80e Active Repeater
002-452-101
XLS80e Active Repeater
Flushing Bezel
002-452-105
Contact Honeywell Building Solutions for
further information concerning mimic LED
boards and other peripheral equipment.
Repeater panel requires RS48585 (02 0-479)
communication card kit and external power
source.
SECTION 6: page 50
253.5
Loop Booster
Section 6.1.1: Analogue Addressable – Control Panels
The loop booster has been
specifically designed to provide
extra power to a loop in an alarm
condition (e.g. higher current
devices such as sounders and
beacons). In the event that
more, higher current devices are
added, the loop booster makes
an attractive, cost affective
alternative to that of providing
additional control panels or
cabling.
Loop Booster
Technical Specification
Loop Current Quiescent
(no faults)
1.0mA
Loop Current Quiescent
(maximum)
6.7mA – in alarm the loop booster supplies current to the loop (peak 1.5A)
Input voltage
230V ac, ±15%, 48-63Hz
Max. current consumption
Weight
Relative Humidity
Expands the capacity of ‘alarm’
devices on a loop
l
Self-contained standby
batteries
l
Using 2 x 12V 12 Ah SLA
batteries will provide up to
72 hour standby
l
Up to 1.5A can be supplied to
the loop in alarm
l
Onboard local LED indication
l
Fully monitored locally and
from the control panel
1.6A
3.5 kg (without batteries)
Operating Temperature
l
-5ºC to +45ºC
5 to 95%
Relevant Standards
EN 54 Part 18
Approvals
LPCB pending
365
Dimensions (mm)
Order Codes
Loop Output Booster 002-629-100
106
Flush Mounting Kit for Loop
Booster
020-599-002
380
SECTION 6: page 10 Reasons to Specify XLS
Section 6.1.1: Analogue Addressable – Control Panels
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2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
SECTION 6: page Enterprise Building Integrator (EBI)
The XLS range of controllers are designed to interface seamlessly with
EBI, which is a high performance integration package that gives the
user visibility and full control of the building systems: Intrusion, CCTV,
Fire, Access Control and Environmental Controls.
Specialist Applications
Honeywell Building Solutions has direct access to Honeywell owned
technologies that have been designed to specifically deal with ‘Specialist’
applications: Public Address and Voice Alarm (PAVA), high sensitivity
detection, hazardous area detection and alarm indication and harsh
environment detection (areas of high levels of airborne contamination).
Direct Access
Honeywell owned technologies have a world wide proven track record
in the fire alarm industry so that the end user will always be dealing
directly with the solution provider and not a third party distributor.
Open Detection Protocol
One of a few suppliers that can provide interconnection with open
protocol detection and alarm equipment by using the XLS40e, 50e
and 60e control panels (e.g. System Sensor, Apollo, Hochiki or Nittan
detection protocol).
TC800 Detection Protocol
TC800 is a detection and alarm equipment protocol that has been specifically
developed for HBS worldwide and is the best way to ensure full compatibility
with all Honeywell systems providing ongoing solution and support,
managed from one point of contact – Honeywell Building Solutions.
Scalable Solutions
Up to 99 panels (XLS40/50/60e) or 32 panels (XLS80e) can be
networked to control large or complex sites. New buildings or
extensions are also easily accommodated onto an existing system.
Reduce incidents and false alarms
The COPTIR multi criteria device is unique to Honeywell and by utilising
the following methods of combined detection: Carbon Monoxide,
Infrared, Heat and optical smoke detection – four sensors in one – it is
designed to limit the number of false alarms.
Loop Powered Sounder/Strobe
Loop powered sounder/strobes save on cabling and interface costs
whilst ensuring compliance with the Disability Discrimination Act 1995.
Easy to Use Interface
The XLS80e has a 240 x 64 pixel, 6 line by 40 character display
providing easily identifiable system messages. The intuitive on screen
menu allows the user to control and access important information.
Peace of Mind
Established, innovative market leader in fire detection, delivering
industry leading solutions to ensure reliable detection of real fires and
minimal false alarm activations.
Introduction to XLS Loop Devices
Section 6.1.2: Analogue Addressable – Detectors
The XLS range of plug in analogue addressable smoke detectors combines state of the art
design with micro-processor control and sophisticated processing circuitry to provide fast,
efficient fire detection in a wide range of applications.
All XLS detectors have two integral LEDs, which provide local visual indication of the
sensor status. These LEDs provide a dual function. In the event of an alarm, they are
switched ON continuously, and can also be programmed to either blink when polled
by the panel or remain off during normal conditions. In addition to their integral LEDs,
XLS detectors can be connected to a remote LED indicator.
The individual loop address of each XLS detector can be easily set and read, using
the rotary decade address switches located on the rear of each sensor. The use
of decimal address codes significantly reduces the potential for incorrect address
selection.
Each sensor base includes a tamper resistant option which, when activated, prevents
the removal of the sensor from its base without the use of a tool.
Full circuit functionality can be easily confirmed on site by use of the sensor test
switch. This comprises a switch operated by a magnet near the side of the detector.
Operation of this magnetic switch simulates the effect of smoke or heat on the
detector, and will generate an alarm response to the fire alarm control panel, making
system testing both convenient and simple.
Drift compensation and smoothing
Drift Compensation and Smoothing eliminate nuisance alarms and provide
a consistent progressive alarm sensitivity threshold throughout the period
between service intervals.
Sensor value
Effects of Drift Compensation
Adjusted thresholds
Maintenance levels
Analogue sensor value
Low fault threshold
Time: years
4 5
0
9
TENS
6
7
8
3
2
1
4 5
0
9
6
7
8
UNITS
Figure 1
Honeywell's range of intelligent devices
uses decimal address switches to define
a device’s address between 00 and 99
(See Figure 1). This is a simple intuitive
method, not requiring knowledge
of binary or purchase of specialised
equipment to set addresses.
Differences in the protocol between
detectors and modules allow them
to have the same address without
interfering with each other, and normally
address 00 (the factory default setting)
is not used within a system so that the
panel can identify if a device address has
not been set: Hence a total of up to 198
devices – 99 detectors and 99 modules
(including call points, sounders, input
and output modules) may be connected
to a loop.
Intelligent
sensors
incorporate enhanced
digital signal processing,
eliminating
spurious
peaks.
PW4 µs
Processed versus Unprocessed Signals
Processed
Unprocessed
In many instances this
will result in an improved
economic performance
through savings in the
cost of maintenance by
extending the detector
cleaning interval.
3
2
1
Time: hours
SECTION 6: page COPTIR Multi-criteria Sensor
Section 6.1.2: Analogue Addressable – Detectors
The COPTIR device has been specifically designed to meet two critical life safety issues:
Reducing False Alarms and Speed of Response.
This plug-in fire detector, available
in TC800 protocol only, combines 4
separate sensing elements that work
intelligently together as a single unit.
l Carbon Monoxide (CO) sensing
– using EC cell technology – for
monitoring partially combusted
products from a smouldering fire, for
example
l
Infra Red (IR) sensing for measuring
ambient light levels and flame
signatures
l
Optical smoke detection
l
Heat detection
The intelligent monitoring of these four
major elements of a fire enables the
COPTIR to respond far more quickly
to an actual fire and yet provide a
very high immunity to nuisance alarms.
The device normally operates at a high
immunity level, changing to become very
sensitive to fires when the appropriate
characteristics are sensed. In this way
transient nuisances are monitored and
ignored, reducing the false alarm rate
and genuine fires are communicated
quicker.
Based upon the signals, the sensor is
constantly adapting and is dynamically
changing in accordance with:
l Sensor thresholds
l
Sensor gain
l
Time delays
l
Sensor combinations
l
Sampling rates
l
Averaging rates
Coptir
In the case of a sensor failure, COPTIR
will change the sensitivity of the
remaining sensors as well as indicating
a fault condition.
The IR light sensor helps the detector
recognise specific situations such as
welding and makes adjustments rapidly
in order to further reduce the potential
for false alarms.
The thermal detection function fuses
thermistor technology with a software
corrected linear temperature response. In
areas where the normal daytime activities
are likely to create unwanted alarms, the
detector can be programmed to operate in
a “Heat only” mode, automatically reverting
to optical-thermal operation during the
unoccupied period. The COPTIR is thus
able to offer exceptional false alarm
immunity and excellent fire detection.
Elements of a fire
Gas in a fire
Performance test summary
Every fire has different elements, (particulate
and gaseous) to be sensed: a true multi-criteria
device must be able to sense all elements.
CO and CO2 is also emitted.
Summary of performance testing of COPTIR
versus other technologies.
White
White
White
particles
particles
particlesBlack
Black
Black
particles
particles
particlesHeatHeat
Heat
SECTION 6: page 10
100%
100%
100%
C02 C0
PPM
C02 2PPM
PPM
C0
C0 PPM
PPM
C0 PPM
FLAMING ALCOHOL
FLAMING ALCOHOL
FLAMING ALCOHOL
FLAMING HEPTANE
C0 PPM
C0
C0PPM
PPM
FLAMING HEPTANE
FLAMING HEPTANE
BURNING POLYURETHANE
BURNING POLYURETHANE
BURNING POLYURETHANE
SMOULDERING COTTON
SMOULDERING COTTON
SMOULDERING COTTON
SMOULDERING WOOD
SMOULDERING WOOD
SMOULDERING WOOD
BURNING WOOD
BURNING WOOD
BURNING WOOD
120 120
120
4,000
4,000
4,000
3,500
3,500
3,500
100 100
100
3,000
3,000
3,000
80 80
80
2,500
2,500
2,500
60 60
60
2,000
2,000
2,000
1,500
1,500
1,500
40 40
40
1,000
1,000
1,000
20 20
20
500 500
500
0 00
0 00
TF1 TF1
TF1
TF2 TF2
TF2TF3 TF3
TF3
TF4 TF4
TF4
TF5 TF5
TF5
TF6 TF6
TF6
C0
C022 PPM
PPM
C02 PPM
FLAMING ALCOHOL
FLAMING ALCOHOL
FLAMING ALCOHOL
FLAMING HEPTANE
FLAMING HEPTANE
FLAMING HEPTANE
BURNING POLYURETHANE
BURNING POLYURETHANE
BURNING POLYURETHANE
SMOULDERING COTTON
SMOULDERING COTTON
SMOULDERING COTTON
SMOULDERING WOOD
SMOULDERING WOOD
SMOULDERING WOOD
BURNING WOOD
BURNING WOOD
BURNING WOOD
100%
100%
100%
90%90%
90%
80%80%
80%
70%70%
70%
60%60%
60%
50%50%
50%
40%40%
40%
30%30%
30%
20%20%
20%
10%10%
10%
0% 0%
0%
TF1 TF1
TF1
TF2 TF2
TF2TF3 TF3
TF3
TF4 TF4
TF4
TF5 TF5
TF5
TF6 TF6
TF6
80%80%
80%
60%60%
60%
40%40%
40%
20%20%
20%
0% 0%
0%
Coptir
Coptir
CoptirPhoto-thermal
Photo-thermal
Photo-thermal Ion Ion
Ion
4.0%/ft
4.0%/ft
4.0%/ft 2.7%/ft
2.7%/ft
2.7%/ft 1.7%/ft
1.7%/ft
1.7%/ft
Nuisance
Nuisance
Nuisance Fire Fire
Fire Overall
Overall
Overall
COPTIR Multi-criteria Sensor
Section 6.1.2: Analogue Addressable – Detectors
COPTIR
Technical Specification
l
Unique, true four sensor multicriteria detector
l
Fully integrated Infra Red
Sensing to support the fire
alarm decision
l
CO gas sensing for fastest
response to slow developing
and smouldering fires
l
Highest immunity to unwanted
alarms
l
Available in TC800 protocol
l
Automatic drift compensation
of smoke sensor and CO cell
l
Twin LED indicators providing
360º visibility
l
Wide temperature range
l
Built-in test switch
l
Stable communication with
high noise immunity
l
Compatible with TC800 Loop
powered sounder beacons to
provide one location for multicriteria detection and alarm
indication
Type
Operating Voltage Range
Maximum Standby Current
15 to 32V dc
200μA at 24V dc (no communications)
Maximum Alarm Current
7mA at 24V dc
Operating Temperature Range
-20ºC to +55ºC
Relative Humidity
15 to 90% (non-condensing)
Max Wire Gauge for Terminals
Weight
2.5mm2
176g (inc base)
Colour
Ivory
Material
Bayblend FR110
IR Limits
0-450 uW/cm2
CO Limits
0-500 PPM
Relevant Standards
Approvals
EN 54 Parts 5 & 7, LPS1279
LPCB
Dimensions (mm)
102
66 (in B501 base)
Order Codes
TC800 Protocol only
COPTIR Multi-criteria sensor
(IR, CO, Optical and Heat)
TC850E1009
Standard Sensor Base
14506414-007
Standard Sensor Base
with Built-in Isolator
14506414-006
Compatible with XLS80e only.
SECTION 6: page 11
Smoke Detectors
Section 6.1.2: Analogue Addressable – Detectors
The
low
profile,
photo-
electronic sensor is a plug in
smoke
a
detector
combining
photo-optical
chamber
with
analogue
and
sensing
addressable
communications
microprocessor
control.
Intelligent, drift compensation
algorithms allow the sensor
to
constantly
its
surroundings,
adjust
to
thereby
reducing false alarms due to
contamination.
l
Microprocessor precision
control
l
Automatic drift compensation
l
Enhanced signal processing for
improved stability
l
Extended temperature range
l
Twin LED indicators providing
360º visibility
l
Attractive low profile style
Maximum Average
Standby Current
l
Available in TC800 or System
Sensor Protocol
Maximum Alarm Current
(LED On)
7mA at 24V dc
7mA at 24V dc
Application Temperature
Range
-20ºC to +60ºC
-20ºC to +60ºC
Short duration & storage
-30ºC to +80ºC
-30ºC to +80ºC
Smoke Detector
Technical Specification
Type
Photoelectric Smoke Sensor
Operating Voltage Range
Maximum Standby Current
Humidity
15 to 32V dc
250µA at 24V dc (no communications)
300µA (One Communication every 5 seconds with LED blink enabled)
2.5mm2
2.5mm2
Material
Bayblend FR110
Bayblend FR110
Weight
111g
111g
Colour
Pantone Warm Grey 1C
Pantone Warm Grey 1C
EN 54 Part 7
EN 54 Parts 5 & 7
CPD, LPCB, VdS
CPD, LPCB, VdS
Relevant Standards
Approvals
Dimensions (mm)
102
TC800 Protocol
Photoelectric Smoke Sensor
TC806E1012M01
Multi Criteria Photoelectric
Smoke / Thermal Detector
TC840ME
System Sensor Protocol
Photoelectric Smoke Sensor Multi Criteria Photoelectric
Smoke / Thermal Detector
2251EM
2251TEM
Bases – for both protocols
Standard Sensor Base
14506414-007
Standard Sensor Base
with Built-in Isolator
14506414-006
SECTION 6: page 12
15 to 32V dc
200µA at 24V dc (no communications)
10 to 93% Relative Humidity (non-condensing)
Max Wire Gauge for
Terminals
Order Codes
Multi Criteria Photoelectric
Smoke / Thermal Detector
43
Heat Sensors
Section 6.1.2: Analogue Addressable – Detectors
This range of static element and
“rate of rise” temperature sensors
provide solutions for a wide
range of applications. The 57
and 78 degree fixed temperature
analogue addressable sensors
employ low mass thermistors
and microprocessor technology
for fast response and linear
temperature sensing. The rate
of rise sensor uses the same
thermistor and microprocessor
technology.
l
Stable communication with
high noise immunity
l
Twin LED indicators providing
360˚ visibility
l
Rotary decade address
switches
Heat Detector
Technical Specification
Type
57º Fixed
78º Fixed
Rate of Rise
Response Classification
Class A1S
Class A1R
Class BS
Operating Voltage Range
15 to 32V dc
15 to 32V dc
15 to 32V dc
l
Tamper-Resistant (standard
feature)
300µA (One Communication each 5 seconds with LED blink enabled)
l
Built in test switch
l
Attractive low profile style
l
Available in TC800 or System
Sensor Protocol
Maximum Standby Current
Maximum Average
Standby Current
200µA at 24V dc (no communications)
Maximum Alarm Current
(LED On)
7mA at 24V dc
7mA at 24V dc
7mA at 24V dc
Operating Temperature
Range
-20ºC to +60ºC
-20ºC to +60ºC
-20ºC to +60ºC
Short duration and storage
-30ºC to +80ºC
-30ºC to +80ºC
-30ºC to +80ºC
Humidity
10 to 93% Relative Humidity (non-condensing)
Max Wire Gauge for
Terminals
2.5mm2
2.5mm2
2.5mm2
Weight
78g
78g
78g
Colour
Pantone Warm Grey 1C
Pantone Warm Grey 1C
Pantone Warm Grey 1C
Material
Bayblend FR110
Bayblend FR110
Bayblend FR110
EN 54 Part 5
EN 54 Part 5
EN 54 Part 5
CPD, LPCB, VdS
CPD, LPCB, VdS
CPD, LPCB, VdS
Relevant Standards
Approvals
Order Codes
TC800 Protocol
Dimensions (mm)
102
51
57º Fixed Temperature
Heat Sensor
TC808E1002M01
78º Fixed Temperature
Heat Sensor
TC808E1051M01
Rate of Rise Heat Sensor TC808E1028M01
System Sensor Protocol
57º Fixed Temperature
Heat Sensor
5251EM
78º Fixed Temperature
Heat Sensor
5251HTEM
Rate of Rise Heat Sensor
5251REM
Bases – for both protocols
Standard Sensor Base
14506414-007
Standard Sensor Base
with Built-in Isolator
14506414-006
SECTION 6: page 13
Audio and Visual Indication Range
Section 6.1.2: Analogue Addressable – Loop Powered Sounder Beacons
Honeywell presents the latest in proven audio visual technology with a comprehensive range
of loop powered sounders, beacons and combined sounder beacon units. These devices,
available in either an integrated detector base or wall mounted version, have been designed to
cater for almost any building application.
The Loop Powered Audio and Visual
Indication range provides:
More Devices on a Loop
l
Reduced current consumption
increases the amount of devices
on a loop without detriment to
performance
Lower Installed Cost
l
Total cost of installation including
labour, cable and devices
Simplified Installation and
Specification
l
Ease of design, specification and
installation of systems
Technological Innovation
l
Developing a ‘technology story’ and
‘quantifiable USPs’. This enables
Honeywell to be positioned as an
innovator through the provision of
differentiated, systems technologies
and products to the market
Wide Range of Devices
l
l
l
Features and Benefits
High Performance
Fully Approved to CPD
Allows more products on a loop. 32
tones as standard on all products. Low
current products providing high output:
Fully approved to EN 54 PART 3 & CPD
for use in European Union
l
l
l
Detector base-mount version,
reduces the impact on aesthetics
with its unobtrusive design
Wall mount version, designed to fit
in, architecturally with a building’s
décor
Wide range of body and lens
colours, to suit the needs of
any ancillary fire alarm system
requirement
l
Flexibility for system design:
More devices on a loop means less
loop. Therefore, less associated
cabling and labour costs
l
Reduces the need for additional
products such as the loop booster
and associated product costs and
installation
l
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Single address for combined
sounder/beacon units software
allows combined sounder/beacons
to have one address instead of two
One point of installation
Flexibility for system design at
quotation stage
Multi-controller compatibility:
l
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Allows all technologies to be installed
at one point, in combination with multicriteria detectors:
Cost saving for on-going
maintenance as building changes
Available in TC800 and System
Sensor Protocol
Low profile, Surface mounting kits &
Weatherproof kits available on all wall
mount products
Combined sounder/beacon
detector base products
l
SECTION 6: page 14
Isolated or non-isolated variants
Significant improvements in current
consumption providing immediate
option to put more AV devices on a
loop
TC800 Protocol fully validated with
XLS40e, 50e, 60e and XLS80e
(check for compatible control panel
firmware version)
System Sensor Protocol affords
connection to third party panel
manufacturers for existing service
business
Wall-mounted Sounder
Section 6.1.2: Analogue Addressable – Loop Powered Sounder Beacons
Receiving their power from the
loop, the wall-mounted sounders
make an excellent alternative to
conventionally powered devices.
Volume
control
and
tone
selection (up to 32 different tones
available) can be achieved by
simply selecting the appropriate
switch on the reverse of the
sounder.
Intelligent Wall Mounted Red Sounder
Technical Specification
2.5mm2
Max. wire gauge for screw terminals
Shallow Base Depth
10mm
Deep Base Depth
40mm
Ingress Protection
Standard IP44 Optional IP66
Sounder output
See Sounder Output and Current Ratings table
for wall-mounted sounders on page 20
Current rating
Relevant Standards
EN 54 Part 3
Approvals
CPD, LPCB
Order Codes
TC800 Protocol
For TC800 models add SSDH- before the
System Sensor Protocol order code
System Sensor Protocol
Intelligent Wall Mounted
Red Sounder
WMSOU-RR-P03
Dimensions (mm)
112
68
111
Intelligent Wall Mounted
White Sounder
WMSOU-WW-P03
Intelligent Wall Mounted Red Sounder
with Isolation
WMSOU-RR-P04
Intelligent Wall Mounted White Sounder
with Isolation
WMSOU-WW-P04
Bases – fit all models
Deep Profile Base Red
SDBR
Deep Profile Base Detector White
SDBD
Deep Profile Base Bright White
SDBW
Deep Waterproof Base (IP66) Red
WDBR
Deep Waterproof Base (IP66)
Detector White
WDBD
Deep Waterproof Base (IP66)
Bright White
WDBW
SECTION 6: page 15
Wall-mounted Sounder Beacon
Section 6.1.2: Analogue Addressable – Loop Powered Sounder Beacons
Where audible indication needs
to be supplemented by visual
means, the combined sounder/
beacon device is ideally suited.
It
draws
minimal
current
enabling many devices to be
connected to a loop. A range of
coloured lenses suits almost any
application.
Order Codes
TC800 Protocol
For TC800 models add SSDH- before the
System Sensor Protocol order code
Intelligent Wall Mounted Sounder Beacon with Red Body and Red Lens
System Sensor Protocol
Intelligent Wall Mounted Sounder Beacon
Red Body, Red Lens
WMSST-RR-P03
Technical Specification
Intelligent Wall Mounted Sounder Beacon
Red Body, Amber Lens
WMSST-RA-P03
Shallow Base Depth
Deep Base Depth
40mm
Intelligent Wall Mounted Sounder Beacon
Red Body, Clear Lens
WMSST-RC-P03
Ingress Protection
Standard IP44 Optional IP66
Intelligent Wall Mounted Sounder Beacon
White Body, Red Lens
WMSST-WR-P03
Current rating
Relevant Standards
EN 54 Part 3
Intelligent Wall Mounted Sounder Beacon
White Body, Amber Lens WMSST-WA-P03
Approvals
CPD, LPCB
2.5mm2
Max. wire gauge for screw terminals
10mm
Sounder output
See Sounder Output and Current Ratings table
for wall-mounted sounders on page 20
Intelligent Wall Mounted Sounder Beacon
White Body, Clear Lens WMSST-WC-P03
Intelligent Wall Mounted Sounder
Beacon with isolation
Red Body, Red Lens
WMSST-RRx-P04
Intelligent Wall Mounted Sounder
Beacon with isolation
Red Body, Amber Lens WMSST-RAx-P04
Intelligent Wall Mounted Sounder
Beacon with isolation
Red Body, Clear Lens
WMSST-RCx-P04
Intelligent Wall Mounted Sounder
Beacon with isolation
White Body, Red Lens
WMSST-WR-P04
Intelligent Wall Mounted Sounder
Beacon with isolation
White Body, Amber Lens WMSST-WA-P04
Intelligent Wall Mounted Sounder
Beacon with isolation
White Body, Clear Lens WMSST-WC-P04
Bases – fit all models
Deep Profile Base Red
SDBR
Deep Profile Base Detector White
SDBD
Deep Profile Base Bright White
SDBW
Deep Waterproof Base (IP66) Red
WDBR
Deep Waterproof Base (IP66)
Detector White
WDBD
Deep Waterproof Base (IP66)
Bright White
WDBW
SECTION 6: page 16
Dimensions (mm)
112
68
111
Wall-mounted Beacon
Section 6.1.2: Analogue Addressable – Loop Powered Sounder Beacons
Where
audible
indication
is
insufficient to alert occupants
to a fire condition, with a wide
range of coloured lenses to suit
almost any application, the low
current loop powered beacon
will provide a visual means of
identification. In addition, if used
with the IP66 mounting base
and gasket, this device could
be used externally as a more
environmentally-friendly means
of
communicating
between
buildings.
Intelligent Wall Mounted Beacon with Red Lens
Technical Specification
Beacon type
non isolation
Voltage
Average Current /mA
with isolation
15
24
15
24
2.67
1.70
2.87
1.88
2.5mm2
Max. wire gauge for screw terminals
Shallow Base Depth
10mm
Deep Base Depth
40mm
Ingress Protection
Standard IP44 Optional IP66
Relevant Standards
N/A
Approvals
N/A
Order Codes
TC800 Protocol
For TC800 models add SSDH- before the
System Sensor Protocol order code
System Sensor Protocol
Intelligent Wall Mounted Beacon
Red Lens
WMSTR-WR-P03
Intelligent Wall Mounted Beacon
Amber Lens
WMSTR-WA-P03
Intelligent Wall Mounted Beacon
Clear Lens
WMSTR-WC-P03
Dimensions (mm)
112
37
78
Intelligent Wall Mounted Beacon with
isolation Red Lens
WMSTR-WR-P04
Intelligent Wall Mounted Beacon with
isolation Amber Lens
WMSTR-WA-P04
Intelligent Wall Mounted Beacon with
isolation Clear Lens
WMSTR-WC-P04
Bases – fit all models
Deep Profile Base Red
SDBR
Deep Profile Base Detector White
SDBD
Deep Profile Base Bright White
SDBW
Deep Waterproof Base (IP66) Red
WDBR
Deep Waterproof Base (IP66)
Detector White
WDBD
Deep Waterproof Base (IP66)
Bright White
WDBW
SECTION 6: page 17
Detector Base-mounted Sounders
Section 6.1.2: Analogue Addressable – Loop Powered Sounder Beacons
The single address point given
to both the beacon and the
sounder allows more devices on
a loop, as well as affording total
control of your installation. Low,
medium and high volume control
settings, available on all of the
audio devices, provide flexibility
with regard to compensating for
ambient noise levels.
Intelligent Integrated Detector Base Sounder White
Technical Specification
2.5mm2
Max. wire gauge for screw terminals
Shallow Base Depth
10mm
Deep Base Depth
40mm
Ingress Protection
Standard IP44 Optional IP66
Sounder output
See Sounder Output and Current Ratings table
for base-mounted sounders on page 21
Current rating
Relevant Standards
EN 54 Part 3
Approvals
CPD, LPCB
Order Codes
TC800 Protocol
For TC800 models add SSDH- before the
System Sensor Protocol order code
System Sensor Protocol
Intelligent Integrated Detector Base
Sounder Red IBSOU-RR-P03
Intelligent Integrated Detector Base
Sounder White
IBSOU-WW-P03
Intelligent Integrated Detector Base
Sounder with isolation
Red IBSOU-RR-P04
Intelligent Integrated Detector Base
Sounder with isolation
White
IBSOU-WW-P04
Bases – fit all models
Deep Profile Base Red
SDBR
Deep Profile Base Detector White
SDBD
Deep Profile Base Bright White
SDBW
Deep Waterproof Base (IP66) Red
WDBR
Deep Waterproof Base (IP66)
Detector White
WDBD
Deep Waterproof Base (IP66)
Bright White
WDBW
SECTION 6: page 18
Dimensions (mm)
112
69.23
Base-mounted Sounder and Beacon
Section 6.1.2: Analogue Addressable – Loop Powered Sounder Beacons
The single address point given to
both the beacon and the sounder
allows more devices on a loop, as
well as affording total control of
the installation. Low, medium and
high volume control settings are
available on all audio devices.
Order Codes
TC800 Protocol
For TC800 models add SSDH- before the
System Sensor Protocol order code
System Sensor Protocol
Intelligent Integrated Detector Base Sounder Beacon with White Body and Red Lens
Technical Specification
2.5mm2
Max. wire gauge for screw terminals
Shallow Base Depth
10mm
Deep Base Depth
40mm
Ingress Protection
Standard IP44 Optional IP66
Sounder output
See Sounder Output and Current Ratings table
for base-mounted sounders on page 21
Current rating
Relevant Standards
EN 54 Part 3
Approvals
CPD, LPCB
Intelligent Integrated Detector Base
Sounder Beacon
Red Body, Red Lens
IBSST-RR-P03
Intelligent Integrated Detector Base
Sounder Beacon
Red Body, Amber Lens
IBSST-RA-P03
Intelligent Integrated Detector Base
Sounder Beacon
Red Body, Clear Lens
IBSST-RC-P03
Intelligent Integrated Detector Base
Sounder Beacon
White Body, Red Lens
IBSST-WR-P03
Intelligent Integrated Detector Base
Sounder Beacon White
Body, Amber Lens
IBSST-WA-P03
Intelligent Integrated Detector Base
Sounder Beacon
White Body, Clear Lens
IBSST-WC-P03
Intelligent Integrated Detector Base
Sounder Beacon with isolation
Red Body, Red Lens
IBSST-RR-P04
Intelligent Integrated Detector Base
Sounder Beacon with isolation
Red Body, Amber Lens
IBSST-RA-P04
Intelligent Integrated Detector Base
Sounder Beacon with isolation
Red Body, Clear Lens
IBSST-RC-P04
Intelligent Integrated Detector Base
Sounder Beacon with isolation
White Body, Red Lens
IBSST-WR-P04
Dimensions (mm)
112
69.23
Intelligent Integrated Detector Base
Sounder Beacon with isolation
White Body, Amber Lens IBSST-WA-P04
Intelligent Integrated Detector Base
Sounder Beacon with isolation
White Body, Clear Lens
IBSST-WC-P04
Bases – fit all models
Deep Profile Base Red
SDBR
Deep Profile Base Detector White
SDBD
Deep Profile Base Bright White
SDBW
Deep Waterproof Base (IP66) Red
WDBR
Deep Waterproof Base (IP66)
Detector White
WDBD
Deep Waterproof Base (IP66)
Bright White
WDBW
SECTION 6: page 19
Sounder Output and Current Ratings
Section 6.1.2: Analogue Addressable – Loop Powered Sounder Beacons
Sounder (S)
Cycle
Nominal
Frequency
Pattern
No
Wall-mounted
Current
(mA) @ 24V
Current
(mA) @ 15V
Combined Sounder Beacon (SB)
Both S & SB
Current
(mA) @ 24V
Output
(dBA) @ 1m ±3dB
Current
(mA) @ 15V
HIGH MED LOW HIGH MED LOW HIGH MED LOW HIGH MED LOW HIGH MED LOW
1
A
554/440
2Hz (100ms/
400ms)
2
A
800/970
1Hz
5.81
3.32
1.34
9.22
5.34
1.87
9.27
6.78
4.80 14.98 11.10
7.63
99
94
84
3
A
800/970
2Hz
5.97
3.38
1.28
8.98
5.27
1.99
9.43
6.84
4.74
14.74 11.03
7.75
99
94
84
4
A
2400/2900
3Hz
5.53
2.62
1.41
9.77
4.37
2.15
8.99
6.08
4.87 15.53 10.13
7.91
97
90
82
5
A
2500/3100
2Hz
5.30
2.57
1.38
9.78
4.48
2.05
8.76
6.03
4.84 15.54 10.24 7.81
96
89
81
6
A
988/645
2Hz
4.88
2.93
1.42
8.14
4.64
1.88
8.34
6.39
4.88 13.90 10.40 7.64
99
94
84
7
C
660
4.31
2.55
1.27
6.47
3.72
1.67
7.77
6.01
4.73 12.23 9.48
7.43
98
94
85
8
C
970
4.95
2.99
1.29
8.40
4.97
1.83
8.41
6.45
4.75
7.59
99
94
84
9
C
1200
6.26
2.65
1.59
9.65
5.01
3.10
9.72
6.11
5.05 15.41 10.77 8.86
97
92
86
10
C
2850
5.19
2.48
1.49
9.86
4.16
2.04
8.65
5.94
4.95 15.62 9.92
7.80
98
91
84
11
C
4000
5.31
2.46
1.76
9.43
4.09
2.73
8.77
5.92
5.22 15.19 9.85
8.49
94
87
84
4.17
2.49
1.24
6.49
3.73
1.76
7.63
5.95
4.70 12.25 9.49
7.52
98
93
84
4.14
2.47
1.18
6.47
3.72
1.71
7.60
5.93
4.64 12.23 9.48
7.47
93
89
80
2.68
1.77
0.99
3.96
2.44
1.19
6.14
5.23
4.45
8.20
6.95
95
91
81
3.57
2.15
1.01
5.88
3.45
1.49
7.03
5.61
4.47 11.64 9.21
7.25
84
79
70
14.14 10.70 7.55
91
86
76
0.05Hz
6.5s on, 13s off
0.277Hz 1.8s on,
1.8s off
3.33Hz 150ms on,
150ms off
0.8Hz 0.25s on,
1s off
5.37
2.14
1.56
8.99
2.93
2.24
8.83
5.60
5.02 14.75 8.69
8.00
100
92
89
14.16 10.73
12
I
660
13
I
660
14
I
660
15
I
970
16
I
970
0.5Hz 1s on, 1s off 4.86
2.96
1.26
8.38
4.94
1.79
8.32
6.42
4.72
17
I
2850
1Hz
5.12
2.43
1.43
9.70
4.12
2.03
8.58
5.89
4.89 15.46 9.88
7.79
89
82
75
4.82
2.92
1.27
8.31
4.90
1.80
8.28
6.38
4.73 14.07 10.66 7.56
90
85
75
4.68
2.82
1.26
7.85
4.49
1.80
8.14
6.28
4.72 13.61 10.25 7.56
90
86
77
3.96
1.84
1.20
6.79
3.16
1.54
7.42
5.30
4.66 12.55 8.92
7.30
96
89
81
5.83
2.55
1.72
9.25
3.80
2.62
9.29
6.01
5.18
8.38
92
86
81
6.22
3.14
2.20
9.93
4.63
2.90
9.68
6.60
5.66 15.69 10.39 8.66
100
94
89
9.88
4.72
2.18
9.19
6.14
5.00 15.64 10.48 7.94
97
89
82
1Hz 500ms on,
500ms off
0.22Hz (0.5s on,
0.5s off) rptx3,
1.5s off
4Hz 150ms on,
100ms off
(0.5s on,
0.5s off)*3, 1.5s off
0.99Hz 1s on,
0.01s off
9.72
18
I
970
19
I
950
20
I
2850
21
S
400–1200
22
S
1200–500
23
S
2400–2850
7Hz
5.73
2.68
1.54
24
S
500–1200
(0.5s off, 3.5s on)
6.81
3.52
2.16 10.08 4.83
3.13 10.27 6.98
5.62 15.84 10.59 8.89
96
90
85
25
S
800–970
50Hz
4.72
2.83
1.35
8.00
4.80
1.80
8.18
6.29
4.81 13.76 10.56 7.56
99
94
84
26
S
800–970
7Hz
5.29
3.08
1.36
8.42
4.98
1.85
8.75
6.54
4.82
14.18 10.74
7.61
99
94
84
27
S
800–970
1Hz
6.70
4.04
1.65
8.67
6.16
2.71
10.16
7.50
5.11
14.43 11.92 8.47
99
94
84
28
S
2400–2850
50Hz
5.34
2.68
1.57
9.58
4.37
2.11
8.80
6.14
5.03 15.34 10.13
7.87
96
89
81
29
S
500–1000
7Hz
5.32
2.65
1.39
8.62
4.22
1.84
8.78
6.11
4.85 14.38 9.98
7.60
100
94
85
30
S
500–1200–
500
0.166Hz rise 1s,
stable 4s, fall 1s
6.19
3.00
1.89 10.05 5.31
2.92
9.65
6.46
5.35 15.81 11.07 8.68
98
92
87
31
S
800–1000
2Hz
5.73
3.22
1.38
5.21
1.94
9.19
6.68
4.84 14.53 10.97
7.70
99
94
84
32
S
2400–2850
1Hz
5.73
2.68
1.42 10.09 4.52
2.13
9.19
6.14
4.88 15.85 10.28 7.89
95
88
80
8.77
15.01 9.56
Pattern codes: A – Alternating, C – Continuous, I – Intermittent, S –Sweep
The current values shown in the above table should be increased by 0.19mA for the isolator version.
All values are typical. Constant sound output with varying voltage is due to output being driven by fixed output switching supply.
SECTION 6: page 20
Sounder Output and Current Ratings
Section 6.1.2: Analogue Addressable – Loop Powered Sounder Beacons
Sounder (S)
Cycle
Nominal
Frequency
Pattern
No
Base-mounted
Current
(mA) @ 24V
Current
(mA) @ 15V
Combined Sounder Beacon (SB)
Both S & SB
Current
(mA) @ 24V
Output
(dBA) @ 1m ±3dB
Current
(mA) @ 15V
HIGH MED LOW HIGH MED LOW HIGH MED LOW HIGH MED LOW HIGH MED LOW
1
A
554/440
2Hz (100ms/
400ms)
2
A
800/970
1Hz
4.92
2.72
1.23
8.90
4.04
1.54
8.38
6.18
4.69 14.66 9.80
7.30
92
86
76
3
A
800/970
2Hz
5.15
2.67
1.17
7.58
3.70
1.55
8.61
6.13
4.63 13.34 9.46
7.31
93
86
76
4
A
2400/2900
3Hz
6.33
2.63
1.29 10.44 4.36
1.52
9.79
6.09
4.75 16.20 10.12
7.28
83
75
63
5
A
2500/3100
2Hz
6.46
2.69
1.26 10.77 4.53
1.57
9.92
6.15
4.72 16.53 10.29 7.33
82
74
61
6
A
988/645
2Hz
4.61
2.59
1.27
7.26
2.82
1.40
8.07
6.05
4.73 13.02 8.58
7.16
92
84
76
7
C
660
3.88
2.30
1.10
10.24 2.30
1.33
7.34
5.76
4.56 16.00 8.06
7.09
90
83
77
8
C
970
4.90
2.67
1.16
10.12
3.14
1.32
8.36
6.13
4.62 15.88 8.90
7.08
94
86
76
9
C
1200
4.79
2.41
1.46
8.28
2.67
1.46
8.25
5.87
4.92 14.04 8.43
7.22
89
80
74
10
C
2850
5.65
2.44
1.29 10.81 4.02
1.49
9.11
5.90
4.75 16.57 9.78
7.25
84
76
63
11
C
4000
5.61
2.56
1.60 10.27 4.24
2.05
9.07
6.02
5.06 16.03 10.00 7.81
95
88
81
1.61
1.12
5.59
2.11
1.31
7.03
5.07
4.58 11.35
7.87
7.07
89
82
77
1.59
1.15
5.56
2.09
1.37
6.99
5.05
4.61 11.32
7.85
7.13
85
78
73
1.48
0.91
3.52
1.48
1.01
5.74
4.94
4.37
9.28
7.24
6.77
87
79
74
1.57
0.99
6.11
2.37
1.14
6.97
5.03
4.45 11.87
8.13
6.90
78
72
63
8.28
6.25
1.81
1.32 10.40 2.23
1.57
9.71
5.27
4.78
7.99
7.33
92
83
79
0.05Hz
3.57
6.5s on, 13s off
0.277Hz 1.8s on,
3.53
1.8s off
3.33Hz 150ms on,
2.28
150ms off
0.8Hz 0.25s on,
3.51
1s off
16.16
12
I
660
13
I
660
14
I
660
15
I
970
16
I
970
0.5Hz 1s on, 1s off 4.88
1.99
1.16
3.14
1.32
8.34
5.45
4.62 14.04 8.90
7.08
86
78
69
17
I
2850
1Hz
5.59
2.40
1.20 10.57 3.98
1.35
9.05
5.86
4.66 16.33 9.74
7.11
77
69
60
4.75
2.00
1.15
8.24
3.10
1.32
8.21
5.46
4.61 14.00 8.86
7.08
86
78
69
4.84
1.95
1.03
8.28
3.04
1.31
8.30
5.41
4.49 14.04 8.80
7.07
83
76
68
4.23
1.90
1.00
7.71
3.07
1.14
7.69
5.36
4.46 13.47 8.83
6.90
81
73
61
3.17
1.72
1.27
5.04
2.68
1.55
6.63
5.18
4.73 10.80 8.44
7.31
81
74
70
5.09
2.42
1.52
6.27
2.82
1.73
8.55
5.88
4.98 12.03 8.58
7.49
89
83
77
1Hz 500ms on,
500ms off
0.22Hz (0.5s on,
0.5s off) rptx3,
1.5s off
4Hz 150ms on,
100ms off
(0.5s on,
0.5s off)*3, 1.5s off
0.99Hz 1s on,
0.01s off
18
I
970
19
I
950
20
I
2850
21
S
400–1200
22
S
1200–500
23
S
2400–2850
7Hz
5.96
2.65
1.32 10.48 4.40
1.47
9.42
6.11
4.78 16.24 10.16
7.23
79
72
59
24
S
500–1200
(0.5s off, 3.5s on)
5.15
2.26
1.57
7.64
3.01
1.79
8.61
5.72
5.03 13.40 8.77
7.55
86
80
74
25
S
800–970
50Hz
4.54
2.63
1.19
6.42
3.17
1.34
8.00
6.09
4.65
12.18 8.93
7.10
90
84
74
26
S
800–970
7Hz
4.60
2.59
1.17
7.14
3.33
1.45
8.06
6.05
4.63 12.90 9.09
7.21
90
84
74
27
S
800–970
1Hz
5.46
2.82
1.29
8.22
3.78
1.61
8.92
6.28
4.75 13.98 9.54
7.37
89
84
74
28
S
2400–2850
50Hz
5.75
2.60
1.37 10.44 4.19
1.54
9.21
6.06
4.83 16.20 9.95
7.30
79
72
59
29
S
500–1000
7Hz
4.88
2.41
1.23
6.18
3.18
1.37
8.34
5.87
4.69 11.94 8.94
7.13
90
85
75
30
S
500–1200–
500
0.166Hz rise 1s,
stable 4s, fall 1s
4.80
2.37
1.45
8.16
3.19
1.75
8.26
5.83
4.91 13.92 8.95
7.51
89
81
75
31
S
800–1000
2Hz
4.89
2.65
1.18
7.59
3.69
1.62
8.35
6.11
4.64 13.35 9.45
7.38
90
84
74
32
S
2400–2850
1Hz
5.86
2.61
1.29 10.70 4.27
1.46
9.32
6.07
4.75 16.46 10.03 7.22
78
71
58
Pattern codes: A – Alternating, C – Continuous, I – Intermittent, S –Sweep
The current values shown in the above table should be increased by 0.19mA for the isolator version.
All values are typical. Constant sound output with varying voltage is due to output being driven by fixed output switching supply.
SECTION 6: page 21
Manual Call Points
Section 6.1.3: Analogue Addressable – Manual Call Points
Product Benefits
l
Unique ‘Plug & Play’ installation
concept
l
Total ‘Flex-Ability’ in the choice
of operating element
l
Anti-Tamper facility
l
Enhanced aesthetics and
compact design
l
Fully approved to the latest
standards
l
Backward compatibility
l
IP67 option
l
Available in TC800 or System
Sensor Protocol
Indoor Call Point
Order Codes
TC800 Protocol
Flush Glass Element SSDH500KAC-FG
Flush Flexible Element SSDH500KAC-FF
Isolated Flush Glass Element
SSDH500KAC-IFG
Technical Specification
Type
Indoor Call Points
IP67 Call Points
Cable Termination
0.5-2.5mm2
0.5-2.5mm2
Maximium Voltage
30V dc
30V dc
200μA @ 24V dc (non-isolation)
Isolated Flush Flexible Element
SSDH500KAC-IFF
Standby Current
400μA @ 24V dc (non-isolation)
500μA @ 24V dc (isolation)
Surface Glass Element
Operating Current
7.6mA @ 24V dc (non-isolation)
7.6mA @ 24V dc (isolation)
7.6mA @ 24V dc (non-isolation)
0 to 95% (non-condensing)
0 to 95% (non-condensing)
-10ºC to +55ºC
-10ºC to +55ºC
SSDH500KAC-SG
Surface Flexible Element SSDH500KAC-SF
Humidity
Surface IP67 Glass Element
Operating Temperature
WR6649W
Isolated Surface Glass Element
SSDH500KAC-ISG
Ingress Protection
IP24D
IP67D
Material
PC/ABS
PC/ABS
Isolated Surface Flexible Element
SSDH500KAC-ISF
Weight
0.11 kg Flush 0.16 kg Surface
0.46 kg Surface
Colour
Red, Ral 3001
Red, Ral 3001
System Sensor Protocol
Relevant Standards
EN 54 Part 11
EN 54 Part 11
Flush Glass Element
Approvals
LPCB
LPCB
MCP5A-RP01FG-01
Flush Flexible Element MCP5A-RP01FF-01
Isolated Flush Glass Element
MCP5A-RP02FG-01
Isolated Flush Flexible Element
MCP5A-RP02FF-01
Surface Glass Element MCP5A-RP01SG-01
Surface Flexible Element
MCP5A-RP01SF-01
Surface IP67 Glass Element Dimensions (mm)
Indoor Call Point
IP67 Call Point
WR6648W
89
Isolated Surface Glass Element
MCP5A-RP02SG-01
27.5
124
32
60
20
Isolated Surface Flexible Element
MCP5A-RP02SF-01
SC070
Transparent Protective Hinged
Cover Seal
PS200
EN 54 Flexible Operating Element PS210 X 1
Contact Honeywell Building Solutions for
further information concerning Honeywell
Call Point accessories.
SECTION 6: page 22
87
Pack of ten Spare Test Keys
124
Pack of ten Spare Glass (EN 54) KG1 X 10
93
Accessories – for both protocols
Beam Guide
Section 6.1.4: Analogue Addressable – Ancillaries
PRINCIPLES OF OPERATION
There are two basic types of projected light
The detector is typically calibrated to a
beam detectors, both of which operate
number of preset sensitivity levels based
on the principle of light obscuration: a
on the attenuation of the beam seen
light beam is projected across the area
by the receiver. The sensitivity setting is
to be protected, and is monitored for
selected based on the beam range and
obscuration due to smoke (See figure 1).
site environment.
There are two basic types:
Unlike point type optical smoke detectors,
An End-to-End type detector has separate
the response of beam smoke detectors
transmitter and receiver units, mounted at
is generally less sensitive to the type
either end of the area to be protected. A
and colour of smoke. Therefore, a beam
beam of infrared light is projected from the
smoke detector may be well suited to
transmitter towards the receiver, and the
applications unsuitable for point optical
signal strength received is monitored.
smoke detectors, such as applications
End-to End type detectors require power
to be supplied both to the transmitter
and the receiver ends of the detector.
This leads to longer wiring runs, and thus
greater installation costs than the reflective
type device.
where the anticipated fire would produce
Very small, slow changes in the quality
black smoke. Beam smoke detectors
of the light source are also not typical of
do however require visible smoke and
a smoke signature. These changes may
therefore may not be as sensitive as ion
occur because of environmental conditions
detectors in some applications.
such as dust and dirt accumulation
Since the sudden and total obscuration
Reflective or Single-Ended type detectors
have all the electronics, including the
transmitter and receiver mounted in the
same housing. The beam is transmitted
towards a specially designed reflector
mounted at the far end of the area to be
protected, and the receiver monitors the
attenuation of the returned signal.
of the light beam is not a typical smoke
signature, the detector will normally see
this as a fault condition, rather than an
alarm. This minimizes the possibility of
an unwanted alarm due to the blockage
of the beam by a solid object, such
as a sign or ladder, being inadvertently
placed in the beam path. This “beam
blocked” fault threshold will typically be set
by the manufacturer at a sensitivity level
exceeding 7 to 10dB.
on the transmitter and / or receivers’
optical assemblies. These changes are
typically allowed for by automatic drift
compensation. When the detector is
first turned on and put through its setup
programme, it assumes the light signal
level at that time as a reference point for a
normal condition. As the quality of the light
signal degrades over time, due to dust
build up, the detector will compensate for
this change. The rate of compensation
is limited to ensure that the detector will
still be sensitive to slow or smouldering
fires. When the detector can no longer
Up to 100M
compensate for the loss of signal (as with
an excessive accumulation of dirt) the
Up to 25m height
Combined Emitter /
Receiver Unit
Beam
attenuated
by smoke
plume
Reflector
detector will signal a trouble condition.
Suitable Application
Like point smoke detectors, beam smoke
detectors are inappropriate for outdoor
applications. Environmental conditions
such as temperature extremes, rain,
snow, sleet, fog, and dew can interfere
with the proper operation of the detector
and cause nuisance alarms. In addition,
outdoor conditions make smoke behaviour
impossible to predict and thus will affect
Figure 1: Operation of Reflective Type Optical Beam Smoke Detector
the detector’s response to a fire.
SECTION 6: page 23
Beam Guide
Section 6.1.4: Analogue Addressable – Ancillaries
TESTING AND MAINTENANCE
Maintenance
As dust builds upon a beam detectors’
optical
components,
its
sensitivity
will increase leading to an increased
susceptibility to nuisance alarms. Most
10
modern beam detectors such as these
15
20
25
30
35 40
45 50
55 60
65
include algorithms to compensate for
this gradual build up of dirt and reduce
maintenance whilst retaining constant
sensitivity. However, the detector lenses
Figure 3: Beam Detector Functional Testing
and reflector will still need to be cleaned
periodically. The maintenance interval will
Functional Testing
By their nature, most beam detectors
dirtier the site, the more frequent cleaning
Following installation, or any routine
are mounted in high inaccessible areas,
will be required.
maintenance work, beam detectors should
be dependant on site conditions – the
often requiring the use of a cherry picker
undergo functional testing.
or similar machinery to reach them. It
referred to for cleaning procedures, however
The normal means of testing a beam
detector is to place a filter in the path
consuming procedure to test them.
a fairly typical maintenance method is to
clean the detector lenses and reflector
of the beam to reduce the amount of
with a damp soft cloth and a mild soap.
received light below the detector threshold
Solvents should not normally be used.
and thus produce an alarm.
a unique automatic test feature. On
Note: Before carrying out any maintenance
With the Honeywell beam detector, a
graduated scale is marked on the reflector.
controlled calibrated filter is moved in front
on the detector, notify the relevant
authorities that the fire detection system
To test the sensitivity, a suitable piece of
is undergoing maintenance, and that
opaque material is used to block off a
the system is therefore temporarily out
section of the reflector corresponding to
of service. Disable the relevant zone to
the sensitivity, checking that the detector
prevent unwanted alarms.
reacts as expected.
Manufacturer’s instructions’ should be
can therefore be an expensive and time
The Honeywell beam detectors have
overcome this problem by incorporating
command from a remote station, a servo
of the receiver, simulating the effect of
smoke on the beam. If the correct signal
reduction in the returned light is detected
then the detector will enter the alarm
condition, otherwise a fault is returned.
The Asuretest function meets the periodic
maintenance and testing requirements
of most local standards, testing both
the electronics and optics of the unit
Chamber Value
Threshold
increases to
compensate for
increased chamber
clean air value
Smoke required to
reach alarm
threshold reduces detector sensitivity
increases
Time
Clean Air
Value
Uncompensated
Alarm Threshold
Figure 2: Dust Build up and Drift Compensation
SECTION 6: page 24
Uncompensated
Chamber Value
Compensated
Threshold
installation.
Beam Detectors
Section 6.1.4: Analogue Addressable – Ancillaries
These detectors are addressable
reflector-type linear optical beam
smoke detectors designed to be
connected directly to the loop,
available in TC800 or System
Sensor Protocol. The self test
feature affords remote testing, in
accordance with the standards,
saving time and money by
reducing the need for special
height access equipment.
Analogue Reflective Beam Detector
l
Well suited for protecting
buildings with large open spaces:
warehouses, atriums etc
l
Mechanical filter option to
facilitate remote testing – saves
time and money with regard to
servicing
l
Easy alignment – saving
installation time
Technical Specification
Operating Voltage Range
0.5-2.5mm2
Typical Standby Current
2mA @ 24V dc (No communications, LED off)
Maximum Alarm Current
8.5mA (LED on)
Application Temperature
Range
-30ºC to +55ºC
Relative Humidity
0 to 95% (non condensing)
Ingress Protection
IP54
Weight
1.77 kg
Max Wire Gauge for
Terminals
2.0mm2
Colour
White trim, black box
Material
Lens cover – Lexan, Backbox – Noryl
Reflector
200 x 230mm (5-70m range, supplied as standard)
Relevant Standards
EN 54 Parts 12 & 17
Approvals
CPD, LPCB, BOSEC, VdS
Order Codes
TC800 Protocol
Analogue Reflective Beam Detector
with Self Test Function TC847A1004EUR
System Sensor Protocol
Dimensions (mm)
Analogue Reflective Beam Detector
with Self Test Function
6500S
190
Accessories – for both protocols
Heater Kit (beam) to reduce
build up of condensate
BEAMHK
Heater Kit (30-70m range Reflector Panel)
to reduce build up of condensate
BEAMHKR
254
84
Long Range Reflector Kit
(70-100m range)
BEAMLRK
Multi-mount Accessory for ceiling or wall
mounting (adjusts angle up and down or
side to side)
BEAMMMK
Surface Mount Accessory (back box to be
used with the BEAMMMK)
BEAMSMK
Remote Test Key Switch
6500RTS-KEY
SECTION 6: page 25
Duct Detector
Section 6.1.4: Analogue Addressable – Ancillaries
The duct housing samples air
currents passing through the
duct and gives dependable
performance for shutdown of
fans, blowers, and air conditioning
systems locally or across the
loop, preventing the spread
of toxic smoke and fire gases
through the protected area.
l
Available in two loop powered
versions:
l
l
Extra low voltage, clean
contacts outputs for
switching local devices
– DH500ACDC-E
No external contacts
– DH500
Duct Detector
l
24V AC/DC operation
– DH500ACDC-E
Technical Specification
l
For use with TC800 or System
Sensor protocol
Requires separate Power
Supply Unit
l
Continuous sensitivity
monitoring from the panel
Type
Operating Voltage Range
Maximum Standby Current
l
Analogue addressable photo
heads with twist-in/twist-out
removal
Maximum Alarm Current
(LED On)
l
Air velocity rating from 2.5 m/s
to 20 m/s
Application Temperature
Range
l
Clear polycarbonate cover
for easy visual inspection of
sampling tube filters
Contact Rating
Relative Humidity
Weight
Duct air velocity
Relevant Standards
Order Codes
Approvals
For use with TC800 or System
DH500
DH500ACDC-E / 14506873-011
No
YES =>500mA (see note 1)
15 to 32V dc
20 to 30V dc 20.6 to 26.4V ac
200μA at 24V dc
(no communications)
26mA @ 24V dc
65mA RMS @ 24V ac
7mA at 24V dc
87mA @ 24V dc
182mA RMS @ 24V ac
N/A
10A @ 30V dc (resistive)
0ºC to +49ºC
0ºC to +49ºC
10 to 93% (non-condensing)
10 to 93% (non-condensing)
2.0 kg (inc packing)
2.0 kg (inc packing)
2.5m/s to 20m/s
2.5m/s to 20m/s
No European Standard at present
No European Standard at present
– designed in accordance with UL 268A – designed in accordance with UL 268A
N/A
N/A
Note 1: AC/DC @ 300mA RMS
Sensor Protocol
Duct Sensor Housing with B501 Intelligent
detector base*
DH500
Duct Sensor Housing with (separately
powered) change over contacts (not mains
rated) with B501 Intelligent detector base*
(TC800) 14506873-011
(System Sensor)
DH500ACDC-E
Photoelectric Sensor
(TC800) (System Sensor)
Dimensions (mm)
127
TC806E1012M01
2251EM
Accessories – for both protocols
10 foot Sampling Tube
ST-10
5 foot Sampling Tube
ST-5
3 foot Sampling Tube
1.5 foot Sampling Tube
ST-3
ST-1.5
* Sensor purchased separately.
Contact Honeywell Building Solutions for
further information concerning module
accessories.
SECTION 6: page 26
102
368
Interface Modules
Section 6.1.4: Analogue Addressable – Ancillaries
Single and multi-way interfaces
are available within the same
mechanical package, reducing
both the cost of installation and
the mounting space required.
Their unique mechanical design
allows each module to be
mounted in either a wall box,
on a DIN rail or within any type
of enclosure. Irrespective of the
mounting methods chosen, the
address switch is both visible
and accessible for selection.
l
Common mechanical platform
for box, panel and DIN rail
mount versions
l
Tri-colour LEDs
l
Built-in short circuit isolators
l
Decade address switches
visible and selectable in two
planes
l
Wide angle LED visibility
Single Output Module
Technical Specification
Type
Operating Voltage
Maximum Standby
Current
Isolator
Single Output
Single Input
Dual Input
Relay
15 to 30V dc
15 to 30V dc
15 to 30V dc
15 to 30V dc
15 to 30V dc
200µA
at 24V dc
310µA at 24V dc
no communications
340µA at 24V dc,
no communications
510µA at 24V dc, one
communication every 5 seconds
with LED blink enabled
660µA at 24V dc, one
communication every 5 seconds
with LED blink enabled
Fault Detection Delay
100 to 400ms
–
–
–
–
Maximum On
Resistance
0.13Ω at 15V
–
–
–
–
-20ºC to +60ºC
-20ºC to +60ºC
-20ºC to +60ºC
-20ºC to +60ºC
-20ºC to +60ºC
Ingress Protection
IP30
IP30
IP30
IP30
IP30
Weight
62g
62g
100g
110g
110g
Maximum Wire
Gauge for Terminals
2.5mm2
2.5mm2
2.5mm2
2.5mm2
2.5mm2
Relevant Standards
EN 54 Part 17,
CEA GEI 1-052
EN 54 Part 17,
CEA GEI 1-052
EN 54 Part 17,
CEA GEI 1-052
EN 54 Part 17,
CEA GEI 1-052
EN 54 Part 17,
CEA GEI 1-052
VdS
VdS
VdS
VdS
VdS
Relative Humidity
Dimensions (mm)
Order Codes
94
TC800 Protocol
93
Approvals
5 to 95% (non-condensing)
Isolator Module
TC811E1023
Single Output Module
TC810E1032
Single Input Module
TC809E1043
Dual Input Module
TC809E1050
Dual Input, Single Output
(Relay) Module
TC809E1068
System Sensor Protocol
Isolator Module
23
Operating
Temperature Range
M200XE
Single Output Module
M201E
Single Input Module
M210E
Dual Input Module
M220E
Dual Input, Single Output
(Relay) Module
M221E
SECTION 6: page 27
240V Relay Modules
Section 6.1.4: Analogue Addressable – Ancillaries
The relay module is a looppowered device controlling an
unsupervised double pole (one
normally open, one normally
closed)
output
suitable
for
managing 240V ac loads. The
output relay is a bi-stable device,
latching in the on or off state on
command from the control panel.
It is available in two versions:
boxed, wall mount and 35mm
‘Top Hat’ DIN rail mount.
l
Boxed, wall mount and DIN rail
mount option
l
Mains rated contacts
l
Tri-colour LEDs
l
Available in TC800 or System
Sensor protocol
Technical Specification
Surface mounting
DIN rail mounting
l
Built-in short circuit isolators
Operating Voltage
15 to 30V dc
15 to 30V dc
Decade address switches
Maximum Standby
Current
275µA at 24V dc (no communications)
275µA at 24V dc (no communications)
445µA at 24V dc, One communication
every 5 seconds with LED blink enabled
445µA at 24V dc, One communication
every 5 seconds with LED blink enabled
Relay Specifications
5A at 30V dc, 5A at 250V ac,
resistive load
5A at 30V dc, 5A at 250V ac,
resistive load
Operating
Temperature Range
-20ºC to +60ºC
-20ºC to +60ºC
5 to 95% (non-condensing)
5 to 95% (non-condensing)
195g
140g
1.5mm2
2.5mm2
EN 54 Part 17, CEA GEI 1-052
EN 54 Part 17, CEA GEI 1-052
VdS
VdS
l
Relay Module for surface mounting
Type
Maximum Alarm
Current
Relative Humidity
Weight
Maximum Wire Gauge
for Terminals
Relevant Standards
Approvals
Relay Module for DIN rail mounting
Dimensions (mm)
125
134
240V Relay Module
for surface mounting
TC810E1040
240V Relay Module
for DIN rail mounting
TC810E1057
139
System Sensor Protocol
240V Relay Module
for surface mounting
M201E-240
240V Relay Module
for DIN rail mounting
M201E-240-DIN
Contact Honeywell Building Solutions for
further information concerning module
accessories.
SECTION 6: page 28
48
76
40
Order Codes
TC800 Protocol
Conventional Zone Monitor Module
Section 6.1.4: Analogue Addressable – Ancillaries
The Conventional Zone Monitor
Module provides an interface
between a zone of conventional
detectors and an intelligent
signalling loop. The module
monitors the conventional zone
and transmits the zone state
(normal, open or short fault and
alarm) to the panel.
l
Built-in isolation
l
Monitors open circuit and short
circuit faults l
TRI – Colour Status LED
l
Available in TC800 or System
Sensor protocol
l
Zone powered from comms
line or 24V PSU
l
Remote reset of conventional
zone
l
Compatible with:
Conventional Zone Monitor Module
Technical Specification
Max Power applied to Conventional zone from loop.
Cap. EOL only
1.3mA (no communication)
Communication Line Standby Current
Cap. EOL only
288µA max @ 24V (no communication)
Communication Line Standby Current
Cap. EOL only
1.5mA max (communication every 5 secs)
l
Maximum conventional zone current limit
15mA
External power supply voltage
l
18-32V
Maximum series resistance
50Ω
Max LED current @ 24VDC
Green 6.6mA Red 2.2mA Yellow 8.8mA
Initial power up time
3 seconds
Operating Temperature Range
-20ºC to +60ºC
Relative Humidity
l
110g
1151EIS and 545EIS IS
detectors
6500 and 6500S optical
beam detectors
l
Monitoring of external power
supply
l
External fault input
5 to 95% (non-condensing)
Weight
100, 400 and EC series
detectors
0.5mm2 – 2.5mm2
Wire Gauge for Terminals
Relevant Standards
EN 54 Part 17, CEA GEI 1-052
Approvals
LPCB
94
93
Dimensions (mm)
Order Codes
TC800 Protocol
Conventional Zone
Monitor Module
TC841E1019
System Sensor Protocol
23
Conventional Zone
Monitor Module
M210E-CZ
If using conventional IS detectors, please
use either the TC841E1002 or the M512ME
(refer to section 6.2.3 for further information)
SECTION 6: page 29
Specialist Solutions
Section 6.2: Specialist Solutions
Honeywell Building Solutions recognises that one solution does not fit all applications and
that the risk to life and property can hinge upon the specialist nature of particular areas
of a building.
Honeywell Building Solutions is fully capable of delivering a solution tailored to the needs of almost any application:
High sensitivity applications
Harsh environment detection
Hazardous area detection and
alarm indication
For installations that require products
to function under potentially explosive
atmospheres, Honeywell Building
Solutions has the expertise to provide
intrinsically safe systems, to ensure total
coverage throughout, without detriment
to the increased risk environment.
The Filtrex detector can be used in
conjunction with our TC800 or System
Sensor protocol controllers to extend
cover into areas of high ambient dust
levels, which would ordinarily be limited
to heat detection cover, reducing the
risk to business by increasing the level
of coverage.
Early warning of a potential fire condition
has rarely been as important as it is within
areas of sensitive processes or business
critical applications (e.g. a computer
room) where by a business could be
critically affected by the loss of important
customer information and data back-up.
Honeywell Building Solutions recognise
this and can provide in-house and third
party systems designed specifically to
meet the needs of very early detection
applications.
SECTION 6: page 30
Laser Detector Overview
Section 6.2: Specialist Solutions
The most sensitive point detector in the world uses a laser instead of LEDs to sense smoke.
This high sensitivity laser based intelligent smoke sensor from Honeywell Building Solutions
provides ultimate protection by detecting the earliest particles of combustion.
This is achieved by combining a patented
optical chamber with the latest in laser
diode and precision optics technology,
which enhances the sensitivity of the
device. The chamber is also linked to
sophisticated processing circuitry that
incorporates smoothing filters to help
eliminate transient environmental noise
conditions, which can be the cause of
unwanted alarms.
sensitivity than a standard photoelectric
smoke sensor. With its quick response
and pinpoint accuracy, this unique
sensor is ideally suited to environmental
applications where there is substantial cost
for downtime or a significant investment
in installed equipment has been made,
e.g. Electronics Manufacturer Clean
Rooms, Telecommunication Rooms,
Computer Rooms.
The result is a very sensitive but stable
sensor that can achieve sensitivities of
0.006% to 0.6% per metre obscuration
and provides up to 100 times more
The sensor’s performance is improved
even further by the inclusion of
special drift compensation algorithms,
which compensate for the build up
of contamination in the sensing
chamber. There are three stages of drift
compensation, ‘low level alert’, ‘high level
alert’ and ‘maintenance urgent’. The ‘low
and high level alert’ signals are used to
identify that the sensor has accumulated
significant amounts of airborne particles
and requires maintenance, whilst the
‘maintenance urgent’ signal indicates
that the sensor has reached the end of
its compensation range.
SECTION 6: page 31
Laser Detector
Section 6.2.1: Specialist Solutions – High Sensitivity Detection
l
Extremely high sensitivity ‘laser’
based smoke sensor
l
Superior early warning
performance
l
Effective response to both fast
flaming and slow smouldering
fires
l
Available in TC800 or System
Sensor protocol
l
When used with the aspirating
module, it makes an ideal
cost affective solution for an
aspirating application (e.g.
computer room)
l
Automatic drift compensation
l
Three levels of fault warning for
contamination
l
Stable communication with
high noise immunity
Technical Specification
l
Nine sensitivity levels (0.076.56%/m)
Maximum Standby Current
l
Twin LED indicators providing
360º visibility
Application Temperature Range
Rotary decade address
switches
Weight
0.12 kg
Max Wire Gauge for Terminals
2.5mm2
l
l
Tamper resistant
l
Built-in test switch
Laser Detector
Operating Voltage Range
15 to 32V dc
230µA at 24V dc (no communications)
Maximum Average Standby Current
330µA (one flash every 99 Communications)
-10º to +55ºC
Relative Humidity
10 to 93% (non-condensing)
Colour
Pantone Warm Grey 1C
Material
Bayblend FR110
Relevant Standards
EN 54 Part 7
Approvals
LPCB
Dimensions (mm)
102
Order Codes
TC800 Protocol
Laser Detector
TC846A1005
System Sensor Protocol
Laser Detector
7251
Bases – for both protocols
Standard Sensor Base
14506414-007
Standard Sensor Base
with Built-in Isolator
14506414-006
SECTION 6: page 32
42
Aspirating Detector
Section 6.2.1: Specialist Solutions – High Sensitivity Detection
The aspirating system has been
designed to take advantage of
Honeywell’s unique laser sensor
to provide a compact, and cost
effective
aspirating
solution.
Available in a single or dual channel
unit, the device is connected
directly to the loop affording an
effective way of providing very
early warning detection for high
value and enterprise critical areas.
It is also an effective method
of affording detection for large,
open areas or areas that are
inaccessible or difficult to reach
Aspirating Detector
such as under-floor cable voids in
computer rooms.
Technical Specification
Type
Operating Voltage Range
Maximum Standby Current
Current Draw
Application Temperature
Range
Humidity
Ingress Protection
Maximum Pipe Length
Pipe Diameter
Single Channel Aspirating Unit
Dual Channel Aspirating Unit
18 to 30V dc
18 to 30V dc
100μA (no communications)
100μA (no communications)
80 to 500mA depending on pipe length
and fan speed
80 to 500mA depending on pipe length
and fan speed
-10ºC to +55ºC
-10ºC to +55ºC
10 to 93% (non condensing)
10 to 93% (non condensing)
IP50 (IP65 optional)
IP50 (IP65 optional)
75m
50m per channel
20mm to 26.7mm (3/4” BSP)
20mm to 26.7mm (3/4” BSP)
Pipe Hole Diameter
3mm at start & 6mm at end of pipe
3mm at start & 6mm at end of pipe
Pipe Hole Spacing
7.5m
7.5m
0.4mm2 to 2.0mm2
0.4mm2 to 2.0mm2
Max Wire Gauge for
Terminals
Weight
Relevant Standards
Approvals
1.9 kg
2.17 kg
PR EN 54-20, CEA4022
PR EN 54-20, CEA4022
VdS
VdS
l
Integrated into the main fire
detection system
l
Can be used in a stand alone
mode with volt-free outputs for
fire and fault alarms
l
Configurable sensitivity from
0.065% – 6.5% OBS/M
l
Integral display with user
programmable functions
l
In-line air filter
l
Local indication of airflow
management status
l
Adjustable airflow speed with
visual monitor
l
Optional IP65 waterproof
enclosure
l
Design application for
configuring the pipework
Dimensions (mm)
258
145
Order Codes
194
TC800 Protocol
Single Channel Laser
Aspiration Detector
TC866E1001
Dual Channel Laser
Aspiration Detector
TC866E2009
System Sensor Protocol
Single Channel Laser
Aspiration Detector
A211E-LSR
Dual Channel Laser
Aspiration Detector
A222E-LSR
All models are inclusive of the laser sensor.
SECTION 6: page 33
Filtrex Overview
Section 6.2.2: Specialist Solutions – Harsh Environments
The Filtrex analogue optical detector from Honeywell Building Solutions is the only point smoke
detector specifically designed for use in dusty environments.
The biggest drawback with all smoke
detectors is that if the air entering the
detection chamber contains significant
amounts of dust or water mist, it is
unable to differentiate between smoke
and other particulate matter. It reacts to
the dust particles or water droplets as
though they were smoke, causing false
alarms and adding to the overall life cost
of the system, through maintenance and
unplanned visits.
During extensive site testing, it was
found that textile factories and paper
mills were amongst some of those
applications at the greatest risk of false
alarms when using traditional point
smoke detectors, leaving some building
owners with the risk of disruption to
their business. In buildings that would
experience high levels of false alarms,
building owners were forced into opting
for a lower levels of automatic detection
in the form of slower responding heat
detectors – until now.
The new Filtrex analogue optical
detector has been developed to
address this particular specialised
market. The detector is fitted with two
32 micron filters to prevent the ingress
of dust and water particles. The inner
filter is permanently installed during the
manufacturing process, the external
filter is removable for replacement by the
user. The filters allow smoke particles
through while excluding the much larger
dust particles and water droplets.
SECTION 6: page 34
l
l
The only point smoke detector
specifically designed for use in dusty
environments
Reduces false alarms caused by
airborne particulates (e.g. dust and
water)
l
Reduces cost of maintenance
l
User replaceable filter
l
l
Filter monitored by monitoring air
flow and alerting the control panel
before it becomes blocked to smoke
particulates
Can be used in high air velocity
applications (20m/s) as air flow is
controlled by an integral fan
Maintenance intervals in dusty
atmospheres should be much extended
because, with no dust entering the
chamber, false alarms due to settling
dust are eliminated. The external filter is
removed for cleaning with a simple tool
and the system stays on line during the
cleaning process, again ensuring that
protection is maintained.
The Filtrex intelligent optical detector
is the first model in the family to be
released and great interest has been
shown by the Industrial sector. The
benefits of providing early detection
in harsh environments at low cost are
an attractive alternative to the more
established products already serving
this specialised, but widespread
marketplace.
Filtrex
Section 6.2.2: Specialist Solutions – Harsh Environments
The Filtrex™ Smoke Detector
provides
early
warning
smoke detection in difficult
environments where traditional
smoke
detectors
are
not
practical. Using a small air
intake fan and a high density
replaceable filter, air and smoke
are drawn into a photoelectric
sensing chamber while dust is
removed.
l
High density filter removes
particulate down to 34 microns
l
Air delivery system is
separately powered and fully
supervised
l
Filter is easily replaced
l
Approved for use in high
airflow (20m/s)
l
Optional remote LED
l
Rotary decade address
switches
l
Twin alarm LEDs provide 360º
visibility
l
Compatible with the XLS80e
only
Filtrex Detector
Technical Specification
Operating Voltage Range (detector)
15 to 32V dc
Operating Voltage Range (fan)
15 to 30V dc
Current Consumption Detector
250µA at 24V dc (without communication)
Air Delivery System
6mA standby 123mA maximum
60mA typical when checking for smoke 27mA average
80mA typical when checking for proper airflow
Operating Temperature
-10ºC to +55ºC
Relative Humidity
10 to 93% (non-condensing)
Weight
214g
Relevant Standards
EN 54 Part 7
Approvals
CPD, LPCB
Dimensions (mm)
155
31
Order Codes
TC800 Protocol
Filtrex Detector
TC844A1015
Filtrex Sensor Base
14507371-008
Water Resistant Cover for FILTREX Sensor
Base (14507371-008)
B524FTXE-WRC
Filtrex 1st stage Filter Mesh for
(TC844A1015) (replaceable without
removing detector)
RF-FTX
Filtrex 2nd stage Filter Mesh (32 UM) for
(TC844A1015) (sensor has to be removed
to replace this filter)
F37-04-01
SECTION 6: page 35
Intrinsically Safe Overview
Section 6.2.3: Specialist Solutions – Intrinsically Safe Hazardous Area Detection
Utilising our expertise in intrinsic safety and explosion proof engineering, Honeywell Building
Solutions can offer you a solution comprising of intrinsically safe and explosion proof
equipment integrated together to undertake the most demanding of fire alarm solutions.
Our systems have been designed
for those who work in demanding
environments, where precision, reliability
and user-friendliness are of the utmost
importance. Our solutions currently
serve customers that work in potentially
explosive environments especially
in the chemical, pharmaceutical,
petrochemical, oil and gas industries.
Intrinsically safe devices form an integral
part of our life safety offering with a range
of devices available in both Conventional
and Analogue Addressable.
SECTION 6: page 36
I.S. Conventional Detection
Section 6.2.3: Specialist Solutions – Intrinsically Safe Hazardous Area Detection
The
range
of
conventional
detection has been specifically
designed to provide a cost
effective
alternative
placement
of
to
the
addressable
sensors. Alternatively, if used in
conjunction with a conventional
zone
monitor,
(TC841E1002
or M512ME) the conventional
detection
can
be
used
to
communicate instances of alarm
to an analogue addressable
system (XLS40e XLS50e XLS60e
or XLS80e).
Ionisation Sensor
Thermal Sensor
Technical Specification
Type
Operating Voltage
(measured after galvanic seperation)
Standby Current (maximum)
15 to 32V dc
15 to 32V dc
Ionisation smoke sensor
l
Twin LEDs provide 360° visible
alarm indication
l
Remote LED capability
l
Latching alarm feature – reset
by a momentary power
interruption
30mA
100mA
-10ºC to +40ºC
10 to 93% (non-condensing)
10 to 93% (non-condensing)
EEx ia IIB T5
EEx ia IIB T5
l
Magnetic test switch facility
110g (excluding base)
277g
l
EN 54 Part 7
EN 54 Part 5
CPD, LPCB, BASEEFA, VdS
CPD, LPCB, BASEEFA, VdS
Ionisation – EN54 part 7 and
BASEEFA approved
l
Thermal – EN54 part 5 Class
A1R and BASEEFA
l
Tamper resistant
Intrinsic Safety Rating
Weight
Relevant Standards
Approvals
Thermal Sensor
Rate of rise heat sensor
l
-10ºC to +40ºC
Operating Temperature Range
Relative Humidity
Ionisation Sensor
l
Dimensions (mm)
Ionisation Sensor
Thermal Sensor
Order Codes
102
43
102
60
Intrinsically Safe Ionisation Sensor (B401
base purchased separately)
1151EISE
Intrinsically Safe Thermal Sensor (58°C)
Rate of Rise (B401 base purchased
separately)
5451EISE
400 Series Standard Sensor Base
B401
Galvanic Barrier for use with conventional
and addressable devices (System Sensor
or TC800 protocol)
YZ2221
Control panel manufacturers’ advice
must be sought for appropriate galvanic
separation.
Ensure no head removal or end of line
device is fitted within the detector base.
SECTION 6: page 37
I.S. Conventional Manual Call Point
Section 6.2.3: Specialist Solutions – Intrinsically Safe Hazardous Area Detection
An Intrinsically Safe indoor call
point for installation in hazardous
areas. These call points are
manufactured to protect against
other hazards, as defined in
paragraph 1.2.7 of annex II of
the ATEX Directive 94/9/EC.
They are intended for indoor
use within Intrinsically Safe (I.S.)
systems using suitable zener
barriers.
l
l
l
l
l
l
Unique ‘Plug & Play’ installation
concept
Total ‘Flex-Ability’ in the choice
of operating element
Anti-Tamper facility
Enhanced aesthetics
Fully approved to the latest
standards
Backward compatibility
Intrinsically Safe Indoor Call Point
Technical Specification
0.5-2.5mm2
Cable Termination
Maximium Voltage
30V dc
Maximum current
500mA
Maximum Power
1W
Intrinsic Safety Ratings
EA1 G.EEx IIC T4
Humidity
0 to 95% (non-condensing)
Ambient Temperature Range
Order Codes
-30ºC to +70ºC
Ingress Protection
IP24D
Material
PC/ABS
Indoor Flush Mounted
Weight
0.11 kg Flush 0.16 kg Surface
470 Ohm resistor, Break Glass Element
MCP1A-R470FG-01IS
Colour
Red, Ral 3001
470 Ohm resistor, Flexible Element
MCP1A-R470FF-01IS
Approvals
24V Changeover contacts, Break Glass
Element
MCP3A-R000FG-01IS
Relevant Standards
EN 54 Part 11
ATEX, LPCB and SIRA
Control panel manufacturers’ advice must be sought for appropriate galvanic separation.
24V Changeover contacts, Flexible
Element
MCP3A-R000FF-01IS
Indoor Surface Mounted
470 Ohm resistor, Break Glass Element
MCP1A-R470SG-01IS
470 Ohm resistor, Flexible Element
MCP1A-R470SF-01IS
Dimensions (mm)
89
24V Changeover contacts, Break Glass
Element
MCP3A-R000SG-01IS
24V Changeover contacts, Flexible
Element
MCP3A-R000SF-01IS
24V Changeover contacts, Break Glass
Element, IP67 rated
WRIS4001
470 Ohm resistor, Break Glass Element,
IP67 rated
WRIS4072
F/facing large LED + 2 resistors 0.5 watt,
Break Glass Element, IP67 rated WRIS4061
Galvanic Barrier for use with conventional
and addressable devices (System Sensor
or TC800 protocol)
YZ2221
SECTION 6: page 38
93
Waterproof IP67
27.5
32
I.S. Addressable Optical Smoke Sensor
Section 6.2.3: Specialist Solutions – Intrinsically Safe Hazardous Area Detection
The
analogue
addressable
photoelectric sensor is a plug
in,
intrinsically
safe
smoke
sensor combining an optical
sensing chamber with analogue
addressable communications.
As an intrinsically safe sensor, it
has been designed specifically to
provide fire protection for most
hazardous environments, and
has therefore been engineered so
that it cannot become a source of
ignition in areas where potentially
explosive atmospheres are likely
to arise.
l
Low profile design
l
Reliable analogue addressable
communications
l
Rotary decade address
switches
EEx ia IIB T5
l
Tamper Resistant
0.11 kg (excluding base)
l
Twin LED indicators provide
360º visibility
l
Built in test switch
l
Suitable for use in up to
Zone 0 environments
l
Compatible with the XLS40e
XLS50e XLS60e and XLS80e
Technical Specification
Operating Voltage
15 to 32V dc
Standby Current (maximum)
30µA at 24V dc
Operating Temperature Range
-10ºC to 55ºC
Relative Humidity
10 to 93% (non-condensing)
Intrinsic Safety Ratings
Weight
Relevant Standards
EN 54 Part 7
Approvals
CPD, LPCB, BASEEFA
Dimensions (mm)
Order Codes
70
32
Intrinsically Safe Photoelectric Sensor,
use standard sensor base, do not use
isolator base
TC842B1007E
Standard Sensor Base
14506414-007
Protocol Translator for Analogue
Addressable IS device
IST200E
DIN Rail Metal Bracket Conventional (500
series) compatible with IST200 protocol
translator
M500DIN2
Galvanic Barrier for use with conventional
and addressable devices (System Sensor
or TC800 protocol)
YZ2221
Control panel manufacturers’ advice
must be sought for appropriate galvanic
separation.
SECTION 6: page 39
Notes
SECTION 6: page 40
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