DI-M9102 Intelligent Photoelectric Smoke Detector

DI-M9102 Intelligent
Photoelectric Smoke Detector
Features
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Fault self-diagnostic.
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A magnet test available.
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Providing for connections to remote indicators.
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Built-in microprocessor stores 14 history data.
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Polling LED can be set to OFF.
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Standard: UL268.
Description
DI-M9102 Intelligent Photoelectric Smoke Detector (the detector)
can form fire alarm system connecting with a fire alarm control panel
(FACP). The detector illuminates indicators to indicate fire condition
and transmits alarm signals to the FACP.
Using infrared scattering technology, with an innovative chamber,
the detector receives very weak infrared light under the normal
clean environment. If smoke particles enter the chamber, the
received light signal will be increased by scattering. When smoke
density reaches a certain amount, the detector will give alarm
signals. In order to reduce interference and power consumption, the
emitting circuit works in pulse mode to prolong the life of IR emitting
diode..
Connection and Cabling
The orientation base of DB-M01 is shown in Fig. 2.
Mounting
Hole
Installation
Refer to D Series Detector Application Bulletin for additional
installation instructions.
Fix the base with two taping screws. Then align A (Fig. 1) on the
bottom of the detector to B (Fig. 2) of the base, and rotate the
detector clockwise to mark C. Mounting of the detector is shown in
Fig. 3.
Electrical Box
Cable Entry
5
Conduit
Base
54.5mm
Detector
45
75
F ig. 1
Fig. 2
Fig. 4
Please install the base according to following steps:
Application
1)
Locate mounting holes on the rubber layer of the base
according to the holes on the back box, and punch the holes
with a screwdriver.
The polling LED is Normal by default, which can be modified to OFF
state using P-9910B programmer changes sensitivity of the
detector.
2)
Count the number of cables needed and punch correct
quantity of holes with a screwdriver on the rubber layer.
Thread the cables through the cable entry holes.
Program sensitivity: In power-on state, input unlocking password
and press Clear to unlock. Press Function, then press “3”, the
screen shows “-” at the last digit. Input corresponding parameter of
the detector and press Program, the screen will show a “P”, the
parameter is programmed successfully. Press Clear to clear the "P".
Input locking password and press Clear to return.
3)
Install the base onto the back box with screws.
Warning: Do not punch mounting holes and cable entry holes
bigger than needed. Do not punch more holes than needed.
Detectors Setup
Input Parameter of a Detector
Used together with UL certified GST-M200 control panel, loop of the
control panel should be connected with terminals “1” and “3” of the
base, polarity-insensitive; terminals “2” to anode of remote indicator
and “4” to the cathode. System connection is shown in Fig 3.
Normal
129
OFF
Read sensitivity: On power-on time, press Test, the LCD screen
shows the address of the detector; Press Up, it shows in turn the
sensitivity level, device type, initial sensitivity.
+
LOOP OUT
Testing
Remote Indicator
Remote Indicator
Addressable Detector
Addressable Detector
-
Before testing, please ensure that the detector has been
installed correctly and powered up. After 10 seconds, testing
can begin.
LOOP IN
Before testing, notify the proper authorities that the system is
undergoing maintenance and will temporarily be out of service.
Disable the zone or system undergoing maintenance to avoid
unwanted alarms.
+
Fig. 3
Recommended Wiring
1.0mm 2 or above fire cable for all, laid out through metal conduit or
flame-resistant conduit, subject to local codes. The connection of
remote indicator should use different color cables to distinct polarity.
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Status of Polling LED
1
All detectors must be tested after installation and periodically
thereafter. Testing methods must satisfy the Authority Having
Jurisdiction (AHJ). Detectors offer maximum performance when
tested and maintained in compliance with NFPA 72. The detector
can be tested in the following way:
1)
Magnet test
Magnetic test zone is shown in Fig.5. Put the magnet of commission
tool close to the zone of the detector and hold on for a few seconds
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until the detector generates alarm.
6. The detector may not warn you about fires caused by
insufficient safety measures, violent explosions, leaking gas,
improper storage of flammable materials like diluents and other
safety hazards, arson or children playing with fire.
Test zone
7. The alarm of a smoke detector used in high velocity
environment will be delayed due to dilution of smoke by frequent
and fast airflow.
Fig. 5
2)
Fig. 6
Smoke test
8. Smoke detectors have their own service life. In order to keep
the detector working in good condition, please maintain them
according to recommendations from manufacturers and relative
state standards.
9. The detectors must be tested regularly, at least once a year.
The Trutest model 300 Aerosol Smoke Detector Tester can be used
for smoke entry testing. Set the generator to represent 4%/ft to 5%/ft
obscuration as described in the Trutest manual. Using the bowl
shaped applicator, apply aerosol until the panel alarms.
Additionally, canned aerosol simulated smoke (canned smoke agent)
may be used for smoke entry testing of the smoke detector.
Recommended aerosol smoke products are:
Manufacturer
Model
Trutest
AERO400
When used properly, the canned smoke agent will cause the smoke
detector to go into alarm. Refer to the manufacturer’s published
instructions for proper use of the canned smoke agent.
Warning: Canned aerosol simulated smoke (canned smoke agent)
formulas will vary by manufacturer. Misuse or overuse of these
products may have long term adverse effects on the smoke detector.
Consult the canned smoke agent manufacturer’s published
instructions for any further warnings or caution statements.
10. Smoke detectors are not to be used with detector guards
unless the combination has been evaluated and found suitable for
that purpose.
Specification
Operating Voltage
Loop 24V(16V~28V)
Standby Current
≤0.8mA
Alarm Current
≤1.8mA (without remote indicator)
≤3.8mA (with remote indicator)
Fire LED
Red, Flash in polling, and illuminate in
alarming.
Remote indicator
output
Polarity-sensitive output, directly connect to
remote indicator (built in 10k resistor in
series, max. output current is 2mA); Flashes
in alarming and does not illuminate in
normal.
Programming
Electronically addressed.
When testing is complete, restore the system to normal operation
and notify the proper authorities that the system is back in operation.
Programming Range
Occupying one address within 1~242.
Sensitivity Range
1.23%~3.20% per ft
Maintenance
Wiring
Loop: two wire, polarity-insensitive
Environmental
Temperature
32℉(0℃)~100℉(+37.8℃)
Relative Humidity
≤95%, non-condensing
Material and Color
ABS white (RAL 9016)
Ingress Protection
Rating
IP2X
a) Open the top cover of detector, and draw out the sensing
chamber by slightly lifting its two sides using a straight
screwdriver, as shown in Fig. 6.
Dimension
Diameter: 100mm
Height: 44.5mm(without base)
Mounting Hole
Distance
45mm-75mm
b) Use a vacuum cleaner or cleaned, compressed air to
remove dust and debris from the insect guard and the sensing
chamber. The sensing chamber can also be cleaned by clear
water and brush. Put the sensing chamber in clean water to
brush the dust inside and take out to dry it.
Weight
About 110g
1. The detector must be cleaned once a year to ensure normal
operation of the system.
2. Before cleaning, notify the proper authorities that the system is
undergoing maintenance and will temporarily be out of service.
Disable the zone or system undergoing maintenance to avoid
unwanted alarms.
Chamber Clearing Steps:
Accessories and Tools
Mode
Name
Remarks
P-9910B
Hand Held Programmer
Supplied separately
Cautions
DB-M01
Orientation base
Supplied separately
1. Dust covers can’t be removed until the project is put into use
formally. Take well care of dust covers for future use.
T-MT
Commission tool
Supplied separately
C-9314P
Remote Indicator
Supplied separately
BP-9314P
Back Plate for Remote
Indicator
Supplied separately
c)
Install the sensing chamber and top cover back.
2. Dust covers effectively but not absolutely prevent dust particles
from going into detectors. So, we recommend that detectors
should be removed prior to construction, decoration, or other
activities producing dust. The proper authority should be informed
of detectors removing.
3. Be careful not to damage the detector in maintenance.
4. The smoke detector may not sense fire that where smoke
cannot reach it, such as in chimneys, in walls, on roofs, or on the
other side of closed doors.
5. The detector cannot monitor the place beyond protection area.
Limited Warranty
GST warrants that the product will be free from defects in design,
materials and workmanship during the warranty period. This
warranty shall not apply to any product that is found to have been
improperly installed or used in any way not in accordance with the
instructions supplied with the product. Anybody, including the
agents, distributors or employees, is not in the position to amend the
contents of this warranty. Please contact your local distributor for
products not covered by this warranty.
This Data Sheet is subject to change without notice. Please contact GST for more information or questions.
Gulf Security Technology Co., Ltd.
No. 80, Changjiang East Road, QETDZ, Qinhuangdao, Hebei, P. R. China 066004
Tel: +86 (0) 335 8502434 Fax: +86 (0) 335 8502532
service.gst@fs.utc.com www.gst.com.cn
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