Fire Detection - Australia
Fire Detection - Australia
Product Catalogue Issue 2
INDUSTRIAL AND MINING | GOVERNMENT AND DEFENCE | TRANSPORT INFRASTRUCTURE | HOSPITAL AND HEALTHCARE | EDUCATION FACILITIES
Simplex Fire Products is a division of Tyco Australia Pty. Limited A.B.N. 80 008 399 004 and reserves the right to alter specifications without notice,
in line with their policy of continuing product improvement.
© Copyright Tyco 23 August 2007
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Introduction
Simplex Fire control panels, detectors and software continue to be the equipment
of choice in high end fire protection systems. We have been at the forefront of
business technology since the late 1800s and continue to lead the industry in this
rapidly developing area.
Simplex Fire has always developed and sought out new ways of addressing
safety and protection needs. Simplex Fire seizes the opportunities provided by
emerging computer and communications technology by developing products
such as our internet interface cards and integrates it into improved fire protection
and evacuation management products. Our goal is always to deliver the very best
property and personnel protection systems available.
Long term infrastructure assets, like shopping centres, hospitals, road tunnels,
educational institutions, factories and industrial facilities, need protection systems
that can be easily updated to maintain compliance with changing standards
and community expectations without having to replace entire systems due to
obsolescence.
Simplex Fire’s philosophy of backward and forward compatibility ensures that
the products available today will be compatible with more advanced products
yet to come. And today’s products are compatible with Simplex Fire products
installed years ago. This philosophy lowers overall life cycle costs and means that
Simplex Fire systems can always be easily expanded and upgraded with the latest
technology.
Telephone 1300 552 559
Email [email protected]
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Australasia Fire Product Catalogue
Fire Detection Product Catalogue
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Vigilant Collective
c.i.e.
7
Tyco Collective
Detectors
9
Tyco Collective
Detector Bases
Manual
11 Collective
Call Points
13 Vigilant Responders
17
24
TrueAlarm
Addressable
Loop Cards
25
MAPNET II/IDNet
Addressable Modules
26
MAPNET II/IDNet
Addressable
Devices
29 Ancillaries
Simplex
30
TrueAlarm
Addressable
Detectors
32
Detector Accessories
and Remote
Indicators
Series 130
Addressable Modules
Series 130
18 Addressable
Detectors
20 Simplex c.i.e.
4100
21 Simplex
Network Systems
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34 Fire Panel Ancillaries
36 Looms and Cables
Control
39 AS1668
and Gas Control
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Remote
41 Vigilant
Annunciators
Visual
57 Audio
Indicators
and
42 CCU
XL Graphics
QE90 EWIS
45 Vigilant
Panel
58
Batteries and Power
Supply Units
Holders and
60 Door
Accessories
Ancillaries
46 EWIS
and Spares
Aspirating
62 VESDA
Smoke Detectors
System
52 Warning
Generators
Systems
53 Warning
Ancillaries
& Special
66 Flame
Hazard Detection
Safe
67 Intrinsically
Detection
Systems
53 Warning
— Audio Devices
70
Systems
54 Warning
— Visual Devices
Beam Smoke
& Linear Heat
Detection
Test
74 Detector
Equipment
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Table of Contents
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Collective Fire Panels
Collective Detectors - Tyco 614 Series
Collective Detector Bases
Collective Detector Selection Chart
Collective Manual Call Points
Tyco Sounder Base Applications Table
Addressable Responders
Analogue Addressable 130 Series Modules
Analogue Addressable 130 Series Detectors
Simplex 4100U Analogue Addressable Fire Panel (c.i.e.)
Simplex 4100 Network Systems
TrueAlarm Addressable Loop Cards
Simplex Addressable MAPNET II/IDNet Modules
Simplex Ancillaries
TrueAlarm Addressable Detectors
Detector Accessories & Remote Indicators
Fire Panel Ancillaries
Looms and Cables
AS1668 Controls and Gas Controls
Vigilant Remote Annunciators
Graphics
Warning Systems
QE90 Ancillaries & Spares
Warning System Generators
Warning System Ancillaries
Audio Visual Indicators (AVI)
Batteries and Power Supplies
Door Holders & Accessories
Aspirating Smoke Detectors VESDA
Flame and Special Hazard Detectors
Intrinsically Safe Detectors
Intrinsically Safe Barriers
Beam Smoke and Linear Heat Detectors
Detector Test Equipment
Hazardous Area Classification
International Protection Ratings
Symbols
QE90 Configuration Sheet
Index
Index Product Index
Terms and Conditions
Fire Detection Product Catalogue
Collective Fire Panels
F3200 8 Zone
F3200 8 - 64 Zone
The 8 zone F3200 will suit small installations requiring a system up to 8
collective detection circuits and provides all the features you have become
accustomed to with the existing F3200 Fire Indicator Panel (FIP) range.
Part Numbers
Panel:
FP0784 F3200 8 Zone FIP c/w Operator’s Manual
(batteries not included)
Manuals
LT0250 F3200 Operator’s Manual - A5
LT0255 F3200 Installation and
Configuration Manual
LT0256 F3200 Programming Manual
The F3200 is a self-contained, modular, microprocessor based FIP which
performs the functions of the c.i.e. as specified by AS 4428. It has a high degree
of flexibility and expandability, catering for medium to very large buildings. A
single panel may have up to 64 zones and a network system may have up to 64
panels, can be fitted with 64 zone LED and supports AS 1668 fan controls and
gas release. The F3200 detector circuit electronics caters for a wide range of
detectors, It also caters for interfacing to Intrinsically safe circuit barriers/isolators
(hazardous areas), long line circuits eg. from a sub-indicator FIP and tamper-proof
circuits. The CSIRO ActivFire Listings are: afp-789 (Tyco), afp-1421 (Simplex).
Part Numbers
Panel
FP0780 8 zones fitted, 24 zone capacity 3A PSU
FP0781 8 zones fitted 64 zone capacity 3A PSU
FP0782 8 zones fitted 24 zone capacity, no cardframe 6A PSU
FP0783 8 zones fitted 64 zone capacity, incl cardframe 6A PSU
FP0784 8 zones fitted 32 max small cab 3A PSU
Manual
LT0250 F3200 Operator’s Manual
LT0121 F3200 Technical Manual
LT0255 F3200 Congifuration & Install Manual
LT0256 F3200 Programming Manual
LT0130 F3200 Presentation Drawings (AutoCAD)
LT0135 F3200 Architects Specification A4
Options
FP0553 8 zone input expansion kit
FP0554 8 relay expansion kit
FP0795 Network Upgrade Kit (AS4428) {incl. SF0222,LT0330,PA0773}
FP0731 RDU to NDU upgrade kit
FP0749 3A to 6A PSU upgrade kit
FZ3031 FP0475 Disp. Extender Kit incl 1.2m FRC
FZ9028 3U AIU/PPU Bracket & Loom
FP0475 Display Extender kit incl 0.5m FRC
KT0072 Cardframe upgrade kit
KT0157 FIP v1.xx to v2.xx upgrade kit
KT0177 RDU u/g for PA0495 controller
For Remote Annunciators, refer to Page 49
KT0419
KT0469
Stick-on 3U A4 Document Holder (30 deep) for 18U to 40U cabinets
Stick-on 3U A5 Document Holder (20 deep) for 15U cabinets
Spares
CL0423
FA1223
FA2150
ME0060
ME0098
ME0444
PA0491
PA0873
PA0703
PA0798
PA0804
PA0809
PA0810
PA0909
SF0286
SW0030
SW0121
Transformer 240V 2.5A 31V RMS
FAB 1931-1-1 keypad membrane (AS1603.4)
4U keypad membrane overlay (AS4428)
Display Door 1901-79
Hinged AS 4428 control pnl assy incl PCB no s/w
4U door & AS4428 keypad (no PCB)
PCB 1931-3 3A MAF/PSU (AS1603)
PCB 1931-3-3 3A MAF/PSU (AS4428)
PCB 1931-27 Remote I/F
PCB 1931-84-2 RZDU Ctrl/Disp
PCB 1931-84-1 Ctrll NDU no s/w
PCB 1931-2 MAF PSU 6A
PCB 1931-44 6A FET & Rect
PCB 1931- 111-1 F3200 4428.1 Ctrl, no s/w
Software AS4428 Controller/Network/NDU V4.02 EPROM
F3200 Door Switch Assembly
PSU Main Switch F3200 DPST 6A 250VAC
This panel is a replacement for the F08 FIP. It is a compact, self-contained panel
which performs the functions of the Control and Indicating Equipment (c.i.e.),
as specified by the Australian Standard AS 4428.1 Fire Detection, Control and
Intercom Systems - Control and Indicating Equipment.
The 8 zone F3200 offers features including: • AS4428 Firefighter Facility
• LCD Display
• Flexible programmable logic equations
• Event logging to history file
• Networking capabilities
• Standard 3A Power Supply to power a T-GEN 50
Operation is straightforward with the F3200’s keypad and alphanumeric
LCD. The 40 character, 2 line LCD zone control panel meets the AS 4428.1
“Firefighter Facility” (FF) requirements. “Next” and “Prev” keys allow easy scrolling
through the 99 event alarm buffer, while all current alarms, faults and isolated
zones can be separately displayed.
CSIRO ActivFire Listing: afp-789
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F3200 Single Zone Gas Control Panel
The F3200 Single Zone Gas Control Panel is
designed to meet the c.i.e. requirements of AS
4214-2002, “Gaseous Fire Extinguishing Systems”.
It includes all circuits and relays normally required
for single zone gas control panels. When coupled
with the AVI Mk2 warning signs and FP0570/2
Local Gas Control Stations it provides a costeffective, easily programmed single zone gaseous
fire extinguishing system. The FP0876 and FP0877
panels have been tested by CSIRO and comply with
AS 1603.4-1987.
FP0876 8U Panel with 3A PSU
Part Numbers
FP0876
F3200 AS4428 8U, 3A PSU,
1U Gas Ctrl, Pre Prog.
FP0877
F3200 AS4428 15U, 6A PSU
1U Gas Ctrl Pre Prog.
FP0877 is based on a 6 Amp power supply F3200
assembled into the standard 15U cabinet (FP0782).
It comes complete with an ME0442 1 zone, 1U gas
control module pre-wired to the 8 zone module and
an 8 relay module.
FP0876 is an F3200 in an 8U cabinet (FP0784)
complete with an ME0442 1 zone, 1U gas control
module pre-wired to the 8 zone module and an 8
relay module.
F3200 Expansion Kits
FP0553, F3200 8 ZONE INPUT EXPANSION KIT
Includes: PA0492 shown) 8 Zone Module, LM0053 FRC, 8 x EOLR (std).
FP0554, F3200 8 RELAY EXPANSION KIT
Includes: PA0493 8 Relay Module, LM0053 FRC, 8 x Minijump links (for
supervision selection).
KT0072 F3200 Cardframe Upgrade Kit
A KT0072 Cardframe upgrade kit can be fitted to a
15U F3200 to allow it to take more than three 8 way
modules. In older versions, the cardframe mounts
directly to the rear of the cabinet. In newer versions,
the cardframe is fitted to a gear plate that may be
removed when the cabinet is mounted to the wall.
Part Numbers
KT0072
F3200 Cardframe
Upgrade Kit
F3200 Expansion Kits
PA0873, F3200 AS4428 MAF/PSU 3A 1931-3-3
PA0874, F3200 MAF/PSU 6A 1931-3-3 AS4428
FP0749, F3200 PSU Upgrade Kit 3A to 6A - AS1603
Transformer (CL0423), LM0083, LM0278, LT0220, PA0809 (AS1603 MAF/PSU), PA0810 (6A FET/Rectifier PCB), SU0159 (Thermal Cutout), misc hardware,
FP0779, F3200 PSU Upgrade Kit 3A to 6A - AS 4428
Transformer (CL0423), LM0083, LM0278, LT0220, PA0874 (AS4428 MAF/PSU), PA0810 (6A FET/Rectifier PCB), SU0159 (Thermal Cutout), misc hardware,
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Collective Detectors - Tyco 614 Series
The Tyco 614 range of low profile collective
detectors have a number of unique design features
that offer improved operation, installation and ease
of servicing. Through innovative design, these
detectors have reduced the installation and servicing
time to a minimum.
The Tyco 614 range includes the 614CH Carbon
Monoxide fire detector, which responds to
carbonaceous fires with an unprecedented early
detection of slow smouldering fires, yet offers
unequalled false alarm immunity.
The use of the patented optical sensing chamber,
together with refined signal processing, has enabled
the introduction of a smoke detector suitable for
fast, reliable smoke detection of both slow and fast
developing fires.
The Tyco 614 series are compatible with Vigilant
and Simplex c.i.e. collective circuits.
Features
y Range includes unique CO+Heat fire detector
y Type A, B, C and D Heat detector
y Low profile and discreet
y Superior performance and reliability
y Patented optical chamber
y Attractive design
y Designed for fast, easy installation
y Detector Lock included with 5B base
y Integral and remote alarm LED
y CSIRO ActivFire and FPANZ Listing
614CH Carbon Monoxide and Heat Fire Detector
The 614CH fire detector provides very early warning
of slow smouldering fires. The CO fire detector
is well suited to many applications where heat
detection is insufficient but smoke detection causes
unwanted alarms. As CO travels more freely than
smoke, the positioning of CO fire detectors is more
flexible. This feature is particularly useful in large
complex structures such as atria and warehouses,
where positioning of smoke detectors is difficult.
The 614CH has an additional mode of operation as
a Class A1R combined rate-of-rise and 60°C fixed
temperature heat detector to supplement the CO
detector mode to permit the detector to react to
a wider range of fire types. Although the 614CH
has an expected life in excess of 10 years, in order
for the 614CH to provide the intended level of
fire detection, the detector should be checked for
calibration 5 years after installation (or 5 years after
re-installation following service) or within 7 years of
the date of manufacture.
Specifications
Operating Voltage
Quiescent Current
Alarm Current1
Alarm State Voltage
Alarm Threshold
Ext. Powered Load (max.)
Remote Indicator
Relative Humidity
Ambient Temp
Dimensions (incl. base)
Weight
CSIRO ActivFire Listed
FPANZ Listed
Part Number
The 614P is capable of detecting the visible
smoke produced by materials which smoulder or
burn slowly, ie soft furnishings, plastic foam etc or
‘smoke’ produced by overheated but unburnt PVC.
These detectors are particularly suitable for general
applications and areas where cable overheating
may occur; electrical services areas. The novel
design of the asymmetrical sampling chamber and
signal processing techniques stop unwanted alarms
caused by very small insects. Smoke entering the
sampling chamber scatters the infrared light pulses
onto a photodiode. These pulses are converted to
an electrical signal that is compared against a preset
alarm level.
Specifications
Operating Voltage
Quiescent Current
Alarm Current (max.)*
18 to 32Vdc
55μA (max.)
3.2 to 67mA (50°C)
2.5 to 7.4Vdc
38ppm CO
50mA, 28Vdc
E500 Mk2 Series
15 to 90% (n/cond)
0 to +50°C
127 dia x 54H (mm)
200g with base
afp-1718
VF/345
516.600.304
1. 3.2mA min. for LED visibility. Max. current must be externally
limited
614P Photoelectric Smoke
Alarm State Voltage
Ext. Powered Load (max.)
Sensitivity (AS7240.7-2004)
Remote Indicator
Relative Humidity
Ambient Temperature
Dimensions (incl. base)
Weight
CSIRO ActivFire Listed
FPANZ Listed
Part Number
18 to 32Vdc
60μA
0.7 to 67mA (55°C)
0.7 to 60mA (70°C)
2.5 to 7.4V
50mA. 28Vdc
4%Obs/m
E500 Mk2 Series
10% to 95% (n/cond)
-20°C to +70°C
127 dia x 54H (mm)
188g with base
afp-1715
VF/344
516.600.301
*Max. current must be externally limited
614I Ion Chamber Smoke
614I detectors are offered for old specifications
which still call for ionisation smoke detectors. The
614I offers detection of visible and invisible fire
aerosols (products of combustion) and are therefore
capable of detecting the early presence of hot
smouldering and flaming fires, such as wood, paper
etc. They use a dual ionisation chamber in which
the air is ionised by a single radioactive source. The
presence of smoke in the sampling chamber causes
a change in the balance voltage, between the two
chambers. This is then compared against an alarm
level.
Specifications
Operating Voltage
Quiescent Current
Alarm Current*
Alarm State Voltage
Ext. Powered Load (max.)
Ionisation Source
Alarm Threshold
Remote Indicator
Relative Humidity
Ambient Temperature
Dimensions (incl. base)
Weight
CSIRO ActivFire Listed
FPANZ Listed
Part Number
18 to 32Vdc
70μA
0.7 to 67mA (55°C)
0.7 to 60mA (70°C)
2.5 to 7.4V
50mA, 28Vdc
<33kBq (Am241)
0.32 MIC X
E500 Mk2 Series
10% to 95% (n/cond)
-20°C to +70°C
127 dia x 54H (mm)
200g with base
afp-1716
VF/343
516.600.305
*3.2mA min. for LED visibility. Max. current must be externally limited
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614T Heat
Tyco 614T heat detectors use a fast response,
thermistor based design. The fixed temperature
sensing thermistor readily tracks the local ambient
temperature, thus quickly, accurately and consistently
identifying when a fixed temperature is exceeded.
Rate-of-rise detection is achieved by comparing
the response of two thermistors, with one having a
slower thermal response. By combining accurate
thermistors with proper physical placement, this
patented rate-of-rise detection design achieves a high
level of heat detection performance.
Part Number
4098-9637EA
4098-9638EA
4098-9639EA
4098-9640EA
Model
614TA
614TB
614TC
614TD
Type
Type A
Type B
Type C
Type D
CSIRO
ActivFire
Listed
afp-1813
afp-1814
afp-1815
afp-1816
Specifications
Operating Voltage
Quiescent Current 1
Alarm Current 2
Alarm State Voltage 3
Remote Indicator
Relative Humidity
Ambient Temperature
Types A, B
Types C, D
Storage Temperature
Dimensions (mm)
Weight
18 to 32Vdc
85μA @ 24Vdc (typ.)
5mA to 80mA
3.0V to 12.4V
E500 Mk2 Series
10% to 95% (n/cond)
-10°C to +45°C
-10°C to +75°C
-20°C to +75°C
127 dia x 53H
174g with 5B base
1. Max. quiescent 110μA. 2. Min. 5mA for LED visibility; max.
current must be externally limited. 3. Min. voltage with remote
indicator shorted @ 5mA. Max @ 80mA without remote indicator
connected.
D515B Duct Sampling Unit
The D515B Duct Sampling Unit consists of a D51B
duct housing fitted with a 5B base suitable for fitting
a collective 614P photoelectric smoke detector. The
DSU is designed to sample air in air conditioning
ducts and pass the air through the smoke detector.
The D515B is fixed on the outside of the duct
to be sampled, allowing easy access for detector
servicing and replacement of the dust filter.
To cater for most duct sizes, a sampling tube
extension is available in 3 metre lengths. The Tyco
E500 Mk2 Series Remote Indicators can be used
for remote indication of an alarm. The D515B with
614P can be used with F3200 c.i.e. logic for nonlatching operation. The D515B with Tyco 614P is
compatible with collective alarm zone circuits on
Vigilant and Simplex c.i.e.
Specifications
Duct Pressure*
-1.15 to +3.0 kPa
Sampling Tube Length
160mm minimum
Max. Duct Width
1.8m
Remote Indicator
E500 Mk2 Series
CSIRO ActivFire Listing pending
Part Numbers
D515B
D51 c/w 5B base**
D51COVER
D51 Cover only c/w screws
D51L
Baffle box of 10
D51F
Filter box of 10
D51T3
3m Sampling Tube
D51K100
Sampling Tube End Cap
pkt of 10
*AS 1603.13-1998 test
**Wired for collective base
P136 Duct Sampling Unit (non-latching)
The P136 is an integrated housing and collective detector for detecting smoke in air-conditioning ducts.
The detection system consists of a photoelectric smoke sensor and a separate circuit board that combines
non-latching trigger circuitry and field-wiring termination. The P136 is compatible with collective alarm zone
circuits on Vigilant c.i.e.
Duct Pressure1
-1.15 to +3.0 kPa
Specifications
Duct
air velocity2 for
Operating Voltage
15 to 28 Vdc
alarm at 8%Obs/m
1, 2, 4, 8m/s
Quiescent Current
500μA max. @ 24Vdc
Remote Indicator
E500 Mk2 Series
Alarm Current
3mA to 60mA
Sampling Tube Length
160mm minimum
Alarm Voltage
10.5 to 12.5Vdc
CSIRO ActivFire Listed
afp-1211
Reverse Polarity Current 100mA max.
Part Numbers
Reverse Polarity Voltage 0 to 1Vdc
P136
Non-Latching DSU
Ambient Temperature
-5°C to +45°C
Spares
REFER TO D515B
Relative Humidity
10% to 95% (non cond.)
Max. Duct Width
1.8m
1. AS 1603.13-1998 test
2. Complies with AS 1603.13-1998 at 1 to 8m/s duct air velocity
Sensitivity
5%Obs/m @ 4 to 64Pa
differential pressure
D51B Duct Sampling Unit with Simplex 4098-9601EA
The D51B Duct Sampling Unit consists of a D51B
duct housing fitted with a collective 4098-9601EA
photoelectric smoke detector. The DSU is designed
to sample air in air conditioning ducts and pass the
air through the smoke detector. The D51B is fixed on
the outside of the duct to be sampled, allowing easy
access for detector servicing and replacement of the
dust filter. To cater for most duct sizes, a sampling
tube extension is available in 3 metre lengths. The
Tyco E500 Mk2 Series Remote Indicators can be
used for remote indication of an alarm.
Specifications
Duct Pressure*
Sampling Tube Length
Max. Duct Width
Remote Indicator
CSIRO ActivFire Listed
Part Numbers
D51COVER
D51L
D51F
D51T3
D51K100
*AS 1603.13-1998 test
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-1.15 to +3.0 kPa
160mm minimum
1.8m
E500 Mk2 Series
afp-1694
D51 Cover only c/w screws
Baffle box of 10
Filter box of 10
3m Sampling Tube
Sampling Tube End Cap
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Collective Detector Bases
5B Universal Base
The 5B Universal Base contains no electronics and
is suitable for indoor applications of the 614 series
collective and 814 series analogue addressable
detectors. It provides excellent space for cable
access and terminations. Its larger skirt makes it
suitable as a replacement for the earlier M614 base
to cover any paint rims or covering a larger hole in
the ceiling. It features remote LED connections and
an anti-tamper facility.
Specifications
Operating Temp.
-25°C to +75°C
Relative Humidity
10% to 95% (non cond.)
Dimensions (mm)
127 dia x 24H
Weight
63g
CSIRO ActivFire Listed with compatible detectors
Part Numbers
517.050.017
5B Base
517.050.614
Detector Cage
The Deckhead Mounting can be used with Tyco
600/800 Series using 5B base or Simplex
detectors, when fitted in particularly damp or dirty
environments. Only suitable detectors should be used
- consult bulletin GPBD0018. The housing has four
20/25mm cable breakouts and is secured with two
countersunk screws at 144mm fixing centres. The
mounting surface should be flat over the area of the
underside of the housing to ensure a stable fixing and
strong enough to take the weight of the mounting,
detector base and sensor. Extra Base Accessory
Terminals (BATs) are available (one is supplied).
Specifications
Ambient Temperature
Relative Humidity
Dimensions (mm)
Weight
Protection
Part Numbers
517.050.603
517.050.612
The 601SB Sounder Base provides a sounder
function on collective fire detection circuits. It
operates independently of the detector circuit and
may be used without an associated detector. When
used without a detector, a sounder base cap should
be fitted to cover exposed terminals of the base.
The 601SB Sounder Base requires an external
24Vdc supply and provides eight tones (including
ISO 8201 T3 evacuation signal) and variable volume
settings. It is identified by a green park clip.
It can be directly controlled by the Minerva/Tyco
614 Series smoke/CO detectors. For Tyco 614T
Heat detectors, c.i.e. logic control is required.
Refer to Sounder Base Applications table for further
details.
Specifications
Operating Voltage
Alarm State Current
DHM-5B Deckhead Mounting
-25°C to +70°C
up to 95% (non cond.)
163 dia x 42H
200g
IP55
DHM-5B
BAT Kit - pack of 10
(available on request)
601SB Sounder Base
18 to 32Vdc
1.2mA @ 68dBA (low vol)
6.8mA @ 90dBA (max vol)
Ambient Temperature
-25°C to +70°C
Relative Humidity
10% to 95% (non cond.)
Dimensions (mm)
108 dia x 38H
Weight
195g
Wire Size
1.5mm2 to 2.5mm2
Not CSIRO ActivFire Listed
Part Numbers
577.001.035
601SB
557.001.040
Sounder Base Cap
Volume Adjustment Tool
A simple Volume Adjustment Tool, specific to the
task of sounder volume selection on the “variablevolume” range of Tyco MKII Sounder Base Devices.
Sounder volume can be easily varied using this
simple, functional tool.
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Part Number
517.050.015
Volume Adjustment Tool
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Collective Detector Selection Chart
Very Clean and
Dry
Benign
Moderately
Clean
Regulated
Temperature
Dirty - Smoky
Dusty and/or
Humid
Hot and Smoky
Open Areas
Example Clean Room
Data Processing
Suite
Office
Light Industrial
Hospital
Residential
Passenger
Accomodation
Loading Bay/
Warehouse with
diesel forklifts etc
Heavy Industrial
Ferry (car deck)
Livestock Pen
Mill
Laundry
Changing Room
Kitchen
Engine Room
Test Beds
Atrium
Theatre
Hanger
Oil Rig
Turbine Hall
Environment
Fire Loading
Probable Risk
Electronic
Equipment
Electrical
Switchgear
Electric Motors
Cable Conduit
Cable pyrolosis
(toxic fumes)
Electrical Arcs
(ignition source)
Associated
electrical
ASPIRATED
614P
614I
ASPIRATED
614P
614P
—
—
ASPIRATED
FLAME
BEAM
Fabrics,
Clothes, Soft
Furnishings
Animal Bedding
Wood Shavings
Smouldering
(difficult to locatetoxic fumes)
Likelihood of
flashover
—
ASPIRATED
614CH
614P
614CH
614P
614CH
614P
614CH
614T
614CH
FLAME
Flammable
Liquids
Paint
Solvent
Flammable Gas
Unstable
Chemicals
Foodstuffs
Flaming fire
Rapid build-up of
dense smoke
High temperature
Associated
explosion danger
FLAME
614I
614P
614CH
FLAME
614I
614P
614CH
FLAME
614I
614CH
FLAME
614CH
FLAME
614T
FLAME
General
Organic Waste
Animal Fodder
Wooden
Structures
Solid Fuels
Smoke and
Flame
Initially fairly slow
but high temps.
once established
—
614CH
614P
614I
614CH
614T
614CH
614P
614T
614T
614CH
614CH
FLAME
Plastic
Chemicals
Machinery
Building
Materials
Unknown
Contents
Type of risk may
vary as can the
type of fire (may
require a mix of
detection types)
ASPIRATED
614CH
614P
614I
614CH
614I
614T
FLAME
614CH
614P
614I
FLAME
614T
614CH
FLAME
614T
614CH
FLAME
614CH
BEAM
Detectors in bold typeface indicate the most suitable - other types indicated may not be optimum for reasons of performance or cost, but real situations may require a
combination to cover likely risks.
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Collective Manual Call Points
SU0600 15V Manual Call Point
The SU0600 15V Manual Call Point (MCP) clamps
the line voltage to 15 volts when actuated. When
used on the same circuit as collective fire detectors,
it complies with AS1670.1 by not extinguishing
the LED indicator of an already activated fire
detector. This MCP has a plastic coated frangible
element to ensure safe and reliable operation,
producing no dangerous glass shards. The MCP
is operated by simply pressing on the centre of
the frangible element until it snaps. This releases
the MCP’s micro switch, which signals an alarm at
the FIP and illuminates the integral LED indicator.
The unit features IN and OUT terminals, which are
requirements of AS1670.1 and is compatible with
the MX4428 ADR-M, F3200 (band 3 Instant Alarm)
and F08 version 3.
Specifications
Operating Voltage
Quiescent Current
Alarm Current*
Alarm Current
Alarm Voltage
Reverse Polarity Current
Reverse Polarity Voltage
Ambient Temp
Relative Humidity
CSIRO ActivFire Listed
Part Numbers
SU0600
SU0632
SU0615
515.001.025
18 to 28Vdc
5μA max. @ 24Vdc
30mA max.
1mA max @ 8Vdc
14 to 16Vdc
100mA max.
0 to 1Vdc
-10 to +70°C Indoor only
10% to 95% (non cond.)
afp-1385
15V MCP (excl. backbox)
Red Backbox
Transparent Hinged Cover
Spare Glass (pk 5)
*Max. current must be externally limited
SU0631 Manual Call Point
The SU0631 Manual Call Point is supplied with
one normally open and one normally closed
contact. Selecting either the “Normally Open” or
“Normally Closed” contact is easily achieved by
simply connecting the terminal block to the required
connection in the back of the MCP. Single pole
changeover switching can be achieved with the use
of two terminal blocks. The Call Point and Backbox
are ordered separately. The call point is operated
when the frangible glass element is snapped,
releasing the MCP’s micro switch, which signals an
alarm to the fire panel.
Specifications
Max. Operating Voltage
Max. Switch Current
Cable Termination
Relative Humidity
Ambient Temperature
Weight
Ingress Protection
30Vdc
2A
0.5 to 2.5 mm2
0 to 95% (non/cond)
-10°C to +55°C
110g (flush)
IP24D
Part Numbers
SU0631
SU0632
SU0615
SC070
515.001.025
Manual Call Point
Red Backbox
Transparent Hinged Cover
Spare Test Keys (pkt10)
Spare Glass (pkt 5)
See page 12 for MCP accessories
Weather STOPPER
Weather STOPPER II
IP036 Break Seal Kit
Specifications
STI6535 Weather STOPPER
The callpoint STOPPER provides protection from
malicious or accidental activation of manual
callpoints. Available for flush or surface mounted
callpoints the ‘STOPPER’ is also available with
optional high pitch sounder which is activated
when the lid is lifted. An optional ‘Break-Seal’ fitting
kit allows ‘Break-Seals’ to be used to provide extra
protection.
STI6535
STI3150
210x137x57.5 254x178x86
Dims (HWD)
Call Point Size 100x100x57.5 160x160x120
Ingress Protection
Weatherproof
Part Numbers
515.001.033
515.001.032
515.001.035
515.001.036
IP036 Break Seal Kit
STI6533 Surface fit Weather
STOPPER with sounder
STI3150 Weather Stopper II
STI6535 Weather Stopper
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STI3150 Weather STOPPER II
The Weather STOPPER II extends the life of weather
exposed callpoints, by offering protection against
harsh conditions and environments, eg, oil rigs
and ship decks. While offering environmental
protection the Weather STOPPER II are constructed
from polycarbonate which will also guard against
tampering or accidental operation of devices.
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SU0611 Waterproof Callpoint
This surface mounting Manual Call Point has a plastic
coated frangible element to ensure safe and reliable
operation, producing no dangerous glass shards.
The SU0611 is an IP67 rated MCP wih a single pole
changeover switch configuration.
SU0611 is operated by simply pressing on the
centre of the frangible element until it snaps. A
hammer, or other impact device, is not required. The
snapped frangible element releases a microswitch,
which signals an alarm at the CIE. It carries LPCB
approval.
Specifications
Operating Voltage
230VAC (max.)
Operating Current
3A @ 230VAC (max.)
Dimensions (HWD)
125x125x80 mm
Ingress Protection
IP67
Not CSIRO ActivFire listed by Tyco
Part Numbers
SU0611
MCP
515.001.025
Spare Glass (pk 5)
SU0622
Gasket Pack of 5
This surface mounting Manual Call Point has a
plastic coated frangible element to ensure safe
and reliable operation, producing no dangerous
glass shards. The callpoint is operated by simply
pressing on the centre of the frangible element until
it snaps. A hammer, or other impact device, is not
required. The snapped frangible element releases a
microswitch, which signals an alarm at the CIE. The
SU0612 provides IP55 protection for the terminal
enclosure and IP55 for the switch. Ex rated devices
are available. Contact TSP.
Specifications
Operating Voltage
230VAC (max.)
Operating Current
3A @ 230VAC (max.)
Dimensions (HWD)
123x123x80 mm
Ingress Protection
IP55
Not CSIRO ActivFire listed by Tyco
Part Numbers
SU0612
MCP
515.001.025
Spare Glass (pk 5)
SU0623
Gasket Pack of 5
SU0612 Rainproof Callpoint
Manual Call Point Ancillaries
Unless stated the Tyco indoor manual call points are supplied as flush mount units. The Tyco range are approved for use with the standard backbox if surface mounting
is required.
Part Numbers
SU0605
Spare glasses, WORMALD white
English text on clear background
(Pack 10)
515.001.025 Spare glasses, clear text on white
background, no logo (Pack 5)
Part Number
SU0632
Standard Red surface mounting back
box for CP200/500 & 900 indoor
callpoints
Part Number
SC070
Packet of ten Test keys for Tyco indoor
MCPs (SU0601 & SU0631)
Part Number
SU0615
Transparent hinged cover to suit all
SUxxx callpoints (MCP not included)
Part Number
SR3T-P
Red surface mounting back box (for
indoor callpoints) with terminals fitted.
Part Number
515.001.026 Black callpoint bezel for Tyco
CP200/500/900
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Tyco Sounder Base Applications Table
Product Code
577.001.035
Description
601SB Collective
c.i.e.
Collective only
Powered From
24Vdc
Detector required to Operate?
No
Park Clip Colour
Green
Current @ 68dBA (min. volume)
1.2mA
Current @ 90dBA (max. volume)
6.8mA
Current @ 100dBA (fixed volume)
-
Dutch Slow Sweep7
Yes
Temporal 4
Yes
Slow Sweep3
Yes
March Time Beep25
Yes
March Time Beep26
-
Fast Sweep2
Yes
Temporal 3 (ISO)
Yes
Alternating 211
Yes
Alternating 29
-
Continuous14
Yes
Continuous
-
2, 3, 7, 9, 14, 25, 26 = ROSHNI tone number
* Slow sweep = 5 Hz
**Fast Sweep = 15 Hz
*** Continuous Sweep = 825 Hz
Addressable Responders
ADR-M Supports 15V Manual Call Point & Collective Detector range
The FP0755 version of ADR supports the 15V
MCP, the 614 series of detectors and all the other
detectors from earlier versions of ADR, along with
some new programmable circuit types.
The ADR-M and its new version software replaces
the existing ADRs for standard production and
can be purchased under part numbers listed. The
existing ADR part numbers will still be available
in low quantities for service replacements and
upgrades. Please note that the new ADR-M software
MUST NOT be installed in any existing 2.5mA or
4mA ADR PCBs as it will not work properly!
FP0755 ADR-M, 1901-198 4mA 15V MCP
The PA0844 version of ADR-M is used as a retrofit
where existing detector circuits use a resistor
ELD in the range of 1k5 to 3k3 ohms (restrictions
apply), and Intrinsically Safe applications – since
the intrinsically safe Active ELDs (EOL002ZEx) are
no longer available for the standard ADR-M and the
replacement units (EOL002B) are not intrinsically
safe approved. The module must be set for passive
ELD (SW2 off). As there are no R2 resistors fitted,
these do not need to be cut.
Part Numbers
FP0755 ADR-M 1901-198 4mA 15V MCP in box
FP0574 ADR 2 cct Flameguard c/w RRM
PA0815 PCB 1901-198 ADR-M 4mA15V MCP
PA0844 PCB 1901-200 ADR-M 2.5mA 3k3 EOL
SF0212 Software, ADR-M V2.21 OTP
FP0529
Empty ADR box
PA0844 ADR-M, 2.5mA 3k3 ELD for I.S. Detectors
Module Mounting Boxes
K2142 Double Gang Back Box
M520 Module Cover
Specifications
Dimensions (HWD)
Material
Specifications
Dimensions (HWD)
Material
87x148x14 mm
PC/ABS
Part Number
M520
Part Numbers
K2142
517.035.011
87x148x14 mm
PC/ABS
Plastic Back Box
Aluminium Back Box
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FP0529 Responder Box showing modules fitted
Specifications
Dimensions (HWD)
Material
240x185x53 mm
1.2mm Galv. Steel
Part Number
FP0529
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Multi Protocol Responder (MPR)
The MPR has the following features:
* Supports Series 130 loop & devices
* Supports 2 wire loop/lines up to 2km in length
* Up to 198‡ addressable devices per loop
* Supports all addressable devices previously
supported by the AAR:• C7xA and P7xA smoke detectors
• ADU002
• ADU003A
• ADU004A
• ADU006
• SCI-2 Short Circuit Isolators
* Supports Olsen Z54A Addressable Bases
* Improved Analogue Loop fault tolerance. An open
circuit on either wire, anywhere on the loop, will not
affect operation of the devices on the loop. Also,
open circuit of either wire produces a single event
* Up to 32 MPRs per responder loop
* Single PCB construction for easier maintenance
and installation
* PCB fits into F3200 card rack for high density
mounting - eg. F4000 19” rack cabinet
The MPR is hardware and software compatible with
the AAR (2 wire mode only), and can replace an
AAR running in 2 wire loop (line) mode with no reprogramming of the F4000 panel.
‡ Up to 99 Detectors and 99 Devices
Part Numbers
FP0575 FP, MPR 1901-141 in box
PA0713 PCB Assy 1901-141 MPR
LT0139 MPR Technical Manual
LT0140 MPR Engineering Manual
Input/Output Responder (IOR)
The IOR is a single responder which draws its DC operating power from, and communicates
with the MX4428 Fire Indicator Panel via the 4 wire loop. Connection to the MX4428 loop
is via demountable screw terminals. Field connection of inputs/outputs is provided by screw
terminals on separate termination boards. These connect to the IOR by 26 way Flat Ribbon
Cables (FRCs) which have to be ordered separately.
The IOR is configured by DIL switches for base address, number of equivalent ADRs, input
type and number of output boards. The MX4428 Master is programmed as if the equivalent
configuration of ADRs and Relay Responders (ARR) were present. The IOR inputs can be
used for monitoring “clean contacts” open collectors or TTL outputs. The IOR outputs are
open collector and can be used with an IOR Output Termination Board to switch LEDs, etc.
Alternatively the IOR can connect directly to an MX4428 16 way Relay Board. There is a
nominal 650mA current limited 24V output to power the LEDs, relay coils, etc. Please note
that current to drive these outputs is drawn off the loop, unless supplied externally.
PA0473 IOR Controller Board1901-72
Relay Board (IOR)
Part Numbers
Unprotected Termination Boards
PA0483
16W Unprotected Term.Bd, no resist.
PA0769
16W Unprotect. Term Bd c/w resist.
FRC 26W Style B for IOR
LM0044,45,46,56
PA0470 16W Relay Board 1901-64 c/w LM0056
The 16 way Relay Boards may be connected to
either or both of the Output connectors on the IOR to
provide 16 or 32 clean contact relay outputs. A 1.4m
26 way FRC (LM0056) is supplied with the relay
board for connection to the IOR
These assembled 26 way FRCs are available to
connect the IOR to termination boards. Cables
should be selected according to the particular
mounting requirements.
For more information, refer to the IO-NET section.
Input Termination Boards (IOR)
PA0474 IOR 32W Input Termination 1901-73-1
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The IOR Input Termination Board allows termination
of up to 1.5sq mm field wiring in screw terminals.
The termination board is connected to the IOR using
26 way FRC (One FRC is required for each 16 input
circuits). The termination boards are available for
16 or 32 inputs. A 32 way termination board is the
same size as a 16 way relay board and fits the same
mounting hole pattern. A 16 way termination board
is half of a 32 way board.
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Looms & Cables
LM0044
FRC, 26W Style B, 2m
LM0045
FRC, 26W Style B, 5m
LM0046
FRC, 26W Style B, 0.5m
Protected Termination Boards
PA0474
32W Input Protect. Term. Board
PA0475
32W Output Protect. Term. Board
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Output Termination Boards (IOR)
PA0475 IOR 32W Output Termination 1901-73-2
The IOR Output Termination Board allows
termination of up to 1.5sq mm field wiring in screw
terminals. The termination board is connected to
the IOR using 26 way FRC (one FRC is required for
each 16 output circuits). The termination boards
are available for 16 or 32 outputs. For mounting the
PA0475 is the same as the PA0474.
Responder Relay Module (RRM)
The Responder Relay Module (RRM) is an optional
add-on board to an ADR. When added the responder
is referred to as an Advanced Relay Responder
(ARR). It provides four relay outputs, which may be
individually configured as supervised or not.
The RRM provides a current limited 24V output
(100mA), which may be used to power external
equipment, as long as they are wired through NO
relay contacts. The RRM must be used on ADRs with
software versions V1.01 or greater, to provide RRM
present monitoring.
The RRM requires a 24 Vdc nominal power supply,
Part Number
PA0453 PCB Assy 1901-15 RRM
although its circuit operates satisfactorily down to
13 Vdc.
MX4428/F4000 Loop Booster
The MX4428/F4000 Loop Booster overcomes
problems such as Responder loop voltage drop
and excessive loop length that would otherwise
necessitiate a restriction in responders or the use of
thicker loop cable.
By providing additional power supply capacity to
an MX4428/F4000 loop, the Loop Booster is a
practical and cost-effective means of overcoming
these problems, thus enabling extension of the
loop length, additional Responders, or smaller cable
size to be used. In fact, one loop Booster will allow
three times the loop current, loop length, or 1/3
the cable resistance. The use of Loop Boosters in an
MX4428/F4000 system completely overcomes
loop voltage drop as a practical limit to system size
and allows a loop to be extended until the 127
Responder limit is reached.
The Loop Booster contains its own batteries and
charger and when placed in the loop, provides power
to a section of the loop and monitors the other. If the
voltage on the monitored side falls below 17.0V then
the Loop Booster supplies power to this leg as well.
It checks at regular intervals to see if the normally
monitored leg can self-establish a voltage of greater
than 17.0V.
The Loop Booster has an ADR and RRM built into it
allowing fault and control signals to be conveyed to
and from the FIP via the Loop communications. The
Loop Booster is able to perform a local battery test
and to energise the power supply for the monitored
leg of the loop. It can transmit signals to the FIP
(e.g. battery test fail, battery low, battery fail and/or
charger fault) as well as a monitored leg voltage fail.
Remote activation of the battery test and loop relay
can be carried out at the FIP by using an ACZ and
suitable output logic equations.
Specifications
Power
The IO-NET programmable controller is a standalone or networkable unit that can be used to
provide similar functions to a traditional logic
controller. It can also be programmed to monitor
the F3200/MX4428 RZDU protocol or provide
versatile AS1668 air-handling control and indication
functions. Multiple IO-NET units may be connected
together (2-wire bus) to provide low cost point-topoint or distributed telemetry for multiple locations.
IO-NET can support at least 32 controllers on a
1mm2 line up to 3km long. Modem and fibre optic
options allow operation over longer distances or
in “noisy” environments. The 32 inputs at each IONET module are transmitted to its pair for output
on the 32 outputs, giving bi-directional transfer of
information over the 2 wires. Multiple pairs may in
fact be placed on the same physical 2 wires to save
on cabling costs for large systems and allow easy
expansion of existing systems.
This default mode of operation will only require
setting up the DIP switches on the IOR, no factory or
on-site programming is required.
Part Numbers
PA0498 PCB 1901-117 IO-NET Controller
PA0474 PCB 1901-73-1 IO-NET 32W Input
PA0475 PCB 1901-73-2 IO-NET 32W Output
PA0481 PCB 1904-100 RZDU/RS232 I/F
PA0483 PCB 1901-103 IOR Unprotected Term
PA0470 PCB 1901-64 16W Relay board
PA0700 PCB 1901-120 IO-NET Programmer
PA0769 PCB 16W Unprotected Term. & resistors
SF0239 IO-NET Controller software V2.01
LM0044 FRC 26W Style B, 2m
LM0045 FRC 26W Style B, 5m
LM0046 FRC 26W Style B, 0.5m
LM0056 FRC 26W Style B, 1.4m
LT0115 IO-NET User’s Manual
Battery Requirements
Operating Temperature
Relative Humidity
Operating Currents
Booster Board
Indicators
Output Relay Rating
Output Terminals1
+VNBF
+VBF
Material
Finish
Dimensions (HWD)
Weight
Max. Battery Size (HWD)
(for each battery)
Part Number
240 VAC +6%,
-10% 50Hz, 150W
AS PER FIP
-5°C to +45°C
10% to 90% (n/cond)
40 mA nominal
8 mA per LED
5 A (Emergency Feed)
27V nom, 1.6A fuse
not battery backed
27V nom, 1.6A fuse
battery backed2
1.6mm MS
Epoxy Paint
680x470x167mm
16 kg (no batteries)
170x165x125mm
FP0487
1. Outputs for wiring to relay contacts etc.
2. Battery charging capability is determined by:• Booster operating current
• ADR loop current
• other standing loads
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IO-NET Controller
IO-NET Programmer
Each IO-NET Controller has 32 digital inputs
and can provide up to 32 programmable
outputs. From this starting point the system
can be expanded up to a maximum of 128
Controllers on one IO-NET communications
line. At least 32 Controllers can be supported
on a 1mm2 line up to 3 km long.
The IO-NET Programming Unit transfers the
program to the IO-NET Controller PROMs.
The Programming Unit is supplied complete
with a cable to connect to a PC, the compiler
programming software and the user manual.
An external 24Vdc supply is required.
IO-NET is able to be programmed using
SmartConfig Version 1.6 onwards.
PA0498 IO-NET Controller
PA0700 IO-NET Programmer
IO-NET 16 Way and 32 Way Protected Termination Boards
The 16 Input and 32 Input, along with the 16 and 32 Output Protected Termination Boards are used for connecting field wiring to the IO-NET Controller. These
termination boards include transient suppression components to protect the IO-NET from electrical transients. They must be used to terminate all IO-NET Controller
input cabling that extends beyond the IO-NET enclosure.
PA0474 IO-NET 32W Input
Specifications
Cable Termination
Dimensions
16 Way
32 Way
Part Numbers
PA0474
PA0475
1.5mm2 max.
135 x 93 x 23 mm
270 x 93 x 23 mm
32W Input Protect. Bd
32W Output Prot. Bd
PA0475 IO-NET 32W Output
IO-NET 16 Way Unprotected Termination Boards
PA0483
PA0769
Unprotected Termination Boards are small printed
circuit boards providing direct screw terminations
for 16 inputs or 16 outputs of an IO-NET Controller.
No transient protection is provided so these boards
should only be used where the wiring is not extended
beyond the IO-NET Controller enclosure. Typical
uses include connection of mimic lamps and control
panel switches to an IO-NET Controller. A version of
this board is available for connection to LEDs without
their own current limiting. The current limiting 3k3
series resistors sets the current to approximately 7
mA from 24Vdc. High efficiency LEDs must be used.
Specifications
Cable Termination
Dimensions
Part Numbers
PA0483
PA0769
1.5mm2 max.
69 x 46 x 18 mm
16W Unprotected Term.
Bd, no resistors
16W Unprotect. Term Bd
c/w resistors.
IO-NET 16 Way Relay Board
The 16 Way Relay Board has
the same physical dimensions
and footprint as the 32 Way
Protected Termination Board.
It comes complete with a 1.4
metre flat ribbon cable for
connection to one of the IONET output connectors.
Specifications
Relay Coil Current
Relay Contacts
Contact Configuration
Cable Termination
Dimensions
Part Number
12mA @ 24 Vdc
30V 2A resistive,
1A inductive
Single pole, changeover
1.5mm2 max.
270 x 93 x 25 mm
PA0470
Specifications
Operating Voltage
Operating Current
Dimensions
Part Number
17 to 30 Vdc
5mA
270 x 93 x 25 mm
PA0481
RZDU to RS-232 Interface Board
The RZDU to RS232 Interface is a small printed
circuit board that converts Remote Zone Display
Unit serial communications from a fire indicator
panel into RS232 compatible signals. This module
is required for an IO-NET Controller to receive
information from an F3200/MX4428/F4000 fire
alarm panel.
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Analogue Addressable 130 Series Modules
ADS130 Short Circuit Isolator
The ADS130 short circuit isolator protects the
MX4428/F4000 analogue loops against short
circuits. When a loop short circuit occurs between
ADS130s they disconnect the section of the cable
containing the short, allowing the rest of the loop
to function. ADS130s are usually placed between
zones so that a short circuit will only affect one
zone and any loss of detection capability will be
minimised. The ADS130 isolators automatically
connect the loop at power up and after removal of a
short circuit. An in-built yellow LED provides a visual
indication of isolator status.
Specifications
Operating Voltage
Quiescent Current (max.)
Supply Current (shorted o/p)
ADS130s per MPR
Max. no. Devices betw’n ADS
Humidity
Ambient Temperature
Weight
CSIRO ActivFire Listed
FPANZ Listed
Part Number
The ADC130 Control Module is used to switch
external loads. The ADC130 has two modes of
operation. In switched supply mode, it switches an
external power source through supervised wiring to
a load. By using an external relay, the power supply
can also be supervised. In isolated relay mode, the
module provides an isolated SPST relay.
Specifications
Operating Voltage
18 to 28Vdc
Quiescent Current (max.) 250μA
Supply Current (max.)
6mA
Relay Contact Rating (max.)
Resistive
2A 30Vdc
Inductive
1A 30Vdc
Supervised Line Length 100m
Cable Size
1 to 4 mm2
Relative Humidity
10% to 95% (n/cond)
Ambient Temperature
-5°C to +45°C
Weight
140g
CSIRO ActivFire Listed
afp-1446
FPANZ Listed
SS/604
Part Number
ADC130
15 to 32Vdc
300μA @ 24Vdc
11mA
15 max.
25
10% to 95% (n/cond)
-5°C to +45°C
140g
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ADS130
ADC130 Control Module
The ADC130 incorporates a magnet actuated test
that checks the operation of the module’s electronics
and fire panel interface. An inbuilt LED provides
indication of module status. The fascia plate provides
an aesthetic cover for the module when it is surface
mounted.
ADM130 Monitor Module
The ADM130 is an addressable input module
that allows the connection of (normally open) hard
contact detection devices to MX4428/F4000
analogue addressable systems. The module’s
two wire input is supervised for open circuit faults.
An LED indicator allows visual monitoring of the
module’s status. The ADM130 incorporates a
magnet actuated test that checks the operation of
the module’s electronics and fire panel interface.An
output is provided for connection to a remote LED
indicator. Suitable remote indicators allow visual
indication of the module’s alarm status
Specifications
Operating Voltage
Quiescent Current (max.)
Alarm Current (max.)
External Output Drive
Supervised Line Length
Relative Humidity
Ambient Temperature
Weight
CSIRO ActivFire Listed
FPANZ Listed
Part Number
15 to 28Vdc
250μA
10mA
5mA max.
100m max.
10% to 95% (n/cond)
-5°C to +45°C
130g
afp-1446
SS/601
ADM130
The ADM131 is an addressable input module
that allows the connection of (normally open) hard
contact detection devices to MX4428/F4000
analogue addressable systems.
Specifications
Operating Voltage
Quiescent Current (max.)
Supervised Line Length
Cable Length
Relative Humidity
Ambient Temperature
Weight
CSIRO ActivFire Listed
FPANZ Listed
Part Number
18 to 28Vdc
250μA
100m max.
150mm
10% to 95% (n/cond)
-5°C to +45°C
35g
afp-1446
SS/602
ADM131
Specifications
Operating Voltage
Quiescent Current (max.)
Alarm Current (max.)
Supervised Line Length
Cable Length
Relative Humidity
Ambient Temperature
Weight
CSIRO ActivFire Listed
FPANZ Listed
Part Number
15 to 28Vdc
250μA
6mA
100m max.
150mm
10% to 95% (n/cond)
-5°C to +45°C
35g
afp-1446
SS/603
ADM133
ADM131 Mini Monitor Module
The module’s two wire zone input is supervised for
open circuit faults. The ADM131 is easily addressed
using two robust rotary switches.
ADM133 Micro Monitor Module
The ADM133 is an addressable input module
that allows the connection of (normally open)
hard contact devices to a Tyco MX4428/F4000
analogue addressable systems.
The module’s two wire input is supervised for open
circuit faults. An output is provided for connection to
a remote LED indicator. Suitable remote indicators
allow visual indication of the module’s alarm status.
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Analogue Addressable 130 Series Detectors
The 130 series are a range of low profile Analogue Addressable fire detectors. These unobtrusively styled detectors have a number of unique design features to
improve their operation, installation and ease of servicing. Using the MX4428 c.i.e., up to 99 detectors and 99 modules can be supported by one MPR loop module,
with loop length up to 2000 metres. The advanced SmartSense Algorithm, unique to MX4428, significantly reduces response to non-fire phenomena.
C131A Ion Smoke
The C131A dual-chamber ionisation smoke detector
contains a state-of-the-art sensing chamber and
analogue communication electronics. Used in
conjunction with the Vigilant MX4428 panel, the
C131A has a high degree of false alarm immunity
thanks to the advanced SmartSense algorithms.
The detector mounts on the Z131A or Z132A base
and is designed to provide open area protection. Two
LED’s on each detector illuminate during alarm to
provide 360° alarm indication. An optional remote
LED can also be fitted
The indented circle on the cover on the C131A
differentiates it from the visually similar P131A.
Specifications
Operating Voltage
Quiescent Current (max.)
Alarm Current (max.)
External Output Drive (max.)
Relative Humidity
Ambient Temperature
Weight
Remote Indicator
CSIRO ActivFire Listed
FPANZ Listed
Part Number
15 to 28Vdc
250μA
10mA
5mA
10% to 95% (n/cond)
-5°C to +45°C
160g
E500 Mk2 Series
afp-957
VF/301
Specifications
Operating Voltage
Quiescent Current (max.)
Alarm Current (max.)
External Output Drive (max.)
Relative Humidity
Ambient Temperature
Weight
Remote Indicator
CSIRO ActivFire Listed
FPANZ Listed
Part Number
15 to 28Vdc
250μA
10mA
5mA
10% to 95% (n/cond)
-5°C to +45°C
170g
E500 Mk2 Series
afp-956
VF/302
Specifications
Operating Voltage
Quiescent Current (max.)
Alarm Current (max.)
External Output Drive (max.)
Relative Humidity
Ambient Temperature
Weight
Remote Indicator
CSIRO ActivFire Listed
FPANZ Listed
Part Number
15 to 28Vdc
250μA
10mA
5mA
10% to 95% (n/cond)
-5°C to +45°C
140g
E500 Mk2 Series
afp-955
VF/205
C131A
P131A Photoelectric Smoke
The P131A photoelectric smoke detector contains
a state-of-the-art sensing chamber and analogue
communication electronics. Used in conjunction
with the Vigilant MX4428 panel, the P131A has
a high degree of false alarm immunity thanks to
advanced SmartSense algorithms.
The detector mounts on the Z131A or Z132A base
and is designed to provide open area protection. Two
LED’s on each detector illuminate during alarm to
provide 360° alarm indication. An optional remote
LED can also be fitted.
P131A
T131A Heat
The T131A heat detector is a state-of-the-art dual
thermistor detector with analogue communication
electronics. Used in conjunction with the Vigilant
MX4428 panel, the T131A has a high degree
of false alarm immunity thanks to advanced
SmartSense algorithms. It is panel programmable
to either Type A (with Rate Of Rise) orType B (fixed
temperature only) to maximise system design
flexibility.
The detector mounts on the Z131A or Z132A base
and is designed to provide open area protection. Two
LED’s on each detector illuminate during alarm to
provide 360° alarm indication. An optional remote
LED can also be fitted.
T131A
P132A Laser Smoke
The P132A Addressable Laser Smoke Detector is
a very high sensitivity smoke detector that utilises
a laser photoelectric sensing chamber, providing
significant improvements in signal-to-noise ratio
compared with an LED light source. The detector is
designed to provide open area detection for clean
environments, or cubicle detection for high value
equipment. The maximum number of detectors
per loop is 99. The detector address is set by rotary
decade switches on the back of the detector. Two
indicating LEDs can be programmed via the FIP to
blink as the detector is polled and show constant
red when in alarm. The P132A Laser mounts to
the Z131A base or Z132A Sounder Base, both of
which incorporate a tamper resistance feature that
can prevent removal of the detector without the use
of a tool.
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Specifications
Operating Voltage
Quiescent Current
Alarm Current (LED on)
Relative Humidity
Ambient Temperature
Weight
Dimensions
Sensitivity
CSIRO ActivFire Listed
FPANZ Listed
Part Number
15 to 32Vdc
230μA to 330μA
6.5mA (max.)
10% to 93% (n/cond)
0 to +40°C
150g
155 dia x 89 H mm
0.6% to 4.5% Obs/m
afp-1438
VF/334
P132A
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Z132A Sounder Base
The Z132A Sounder Base provides mounting
facilities and an inbuilt audible alarm for the 130
Series detectors. The sounder actuates whenever its
associated detector enters an alarm state, providing
a 90dB signal at a distance of 3 metres. To ensure
that the sounder operation does not interfere with
normal detector operation, the Z132A requires
a separate 24Vdc supply that is electrically and
physically separated from the detector supply. For
supervision of the 24V line, an ADM131 Monitor
Module and 24V relay may be used. For activation of
a group of sounders from any one group of detectors,
an ADC130 Control Module and 24V relay is used.
Specifications
Sounder Supply Voltage 17 to 32Vdc
Sounder On Current
15mA
Sounder Off Current
1mA
Loop Current (quiescent) 0μA
Loop Current (alarm)
700μA
Quiescent Current (max.) 250μA
Sounder Output
90dBA at 3m
Relative Humidity
10% to 95% (n/cond)
Ambient Temperature
-5°C to +45°C
Weight
187g
CSIRO ActivFire Listed with 130 series detectors
FPANZ Listed
VF/413
Z132A
Part Number
130 Series Detector Bases
Specifications
Sounder Supply Voltage 17 to 32Vdc
Relative Humidity
10% to 95% (n/cond)
Ambient Temperature
-5°C to +45°C
Weight
187g
CSIRO ActivFire Listed with 130 series detectors
FPANZ Listed with 130 series detectors
Part Numbers
The SMB600 Mounting Base consists of the
following parts:
1x Plastic surface mount base
2x #6 x 1” sheet metal screws
2x #8-32 x 1/2” screws
2x Plastic anchors
Z131A
Analogue Detector Base
The Z131A Detector Base should be mounted on a
flat surface with suitable fasteners.
SMB600
Series 130 Mounting Base
The D51Z131 Duct Sampling Unit consists of
a D51B duct housing fitted with a Z131 base in
readiness for fitting an analogue addressable P131
photoelectric smoke detector. The DSU is designed
to sample air in air conditioning ducts and pass
the air through the smoke detector. The D51B is
fixed on the outside of the duct to be sampled,
allowing easy access for detector servicing and
replacement of the dust filter. To cater for most
duct sizes, a sampling tube extension is available in
3 metre lengths. The Tyco E500 Mk2 Series Remote
Indicators can be used for remote indication of an
alarm.
Specifications
Duct Pressure*
-1.15 to +3.0 kPa
Sampling Tube Length
160mm minimum
Max. Duct Width
1.8m
Remote Indicator
E500 Mk2 Series
Not CSIRO ActivFire Listed
Part Numbers
D51Z131
Z131 Base fitted
D51L
Baffle box of 10
D51F
Filter box of 10
D51T3
3m Sampling Tube
D51K100
Sampling Tube End Cap
(packet of 10)
D51Z131 Duct Sampling Unit
*AS 1603.13-1998 test
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Simplex 4100U Analogue Addressable Fire Panel (c.i.e.)
4100U
Part Numbers
Panels
SZ9028
Manuals
LT0280
4100U Stock Panel 28U
Fire Panel Front
4100-0401
8 Red LED Module
4100-0402
4100-0403
4100-0404
4100-0405
4100-0406
4100-0420
4100-0450
4100-0450R
4100-9826AK
16 Red/Yellow LEDs
8/8 Mom. Switch/Red LEDs
8/16 Maint. Sw/Red-Grn LEDs
8/16 Mom. Swi/Red-Ylw LEDs
8 Yellow LED Module
A/C Reset Switch Module
LCD Mounted In RTU
AS1603 LCD in RTU (19” RAC)
AS4428 Upgrade Kit for
AS1603.4 Simplex Classic Style
Panel
AS4428 Upgrade Kit for
AS1603.419” Rack cabinet
4100-9827AK
Fire Panel Rear
4100-MXP
4100-0110
4100-0111
4100-0113
4100-0122
4100-0154
4100-0157A
The Simplex Fire Products 4100U is an analogue
addressable fire alarm system that provides
extensive and powerful features to satisfy a wide
variety of applications and site requirements. On-site
programmability allows mapping logic for inputs
and outputs, custom labelling, and later revisions.
Detector and control point expansion is available up
to 1000 points.
For quantities exceeding this, multiple panels can be
networked together to form a 4120 network system.
CSIRO ActivFire Listed afp-395 (4100)
afp-1165 (4100/4120)
afp-1682 (4100U)
4100MXP MX Resp on 1U brkt
Mapnet 2 Addressable Loop
Mapnet 2 QUAD Isolator
RS232 Modem Interface
Rem I/F Card for Miniplex RTU
VESDA HLI
8 AMP Power Supply / Charger
(AS4428 approved)
4100-1020
2 AMP Vigilant 1948 PSU /
Charger (AS4428 approved )
4100-0301
64/64 Led Switch Controller
4100-0302
24 point I/O Module
4100-0304
Remote Unit Interface
4100-3003
8XSPDT, 3A, 24Vdc Relay mod
4100-3024
24 I/O Relay m/b + (4100-0302)
4100-4321
6 Supervised Relays
4100-5004
8 AZF Monitor Zone
4100-0451
Panel Mounted Printer
4100-CPU
CPU Module
4100-0160
Fire Panel Internet Interface Module
LT0281
LT0282
LT0290
LT0293
LT0294
LT0295
LT0277
LT0278
LT0279
LT0298
LT0303
LT0307
Options
4100-9256
4100-9257
4100-9258
4100-9259
4100-0401
4100-0402
4100-0403
4100-0404
4100-0405
4100-0406
4100-0420
4100-0450
4100-9826A
4100-0410
FP0935
FP0937
KT0419
Features
• Easy expansion with addressable loop and conventional zone cards
• On-site programmable for a wide variety of applications
• Supports on-site upload & download of panel program
• Supports conventional detector inputs and MAPNET and IDNet analogue addressable loops
• 127 devices per MAPNET loop, 250 devices per IDNet loop
• Up to 30 loops per 4100U, 2,000 points in total
• Wide range of addressable devices - detectors, sounder bases, input/output modules and 4-20mA analogue input module
• AS 1668 Fan Control module (4 fans) with rotary switches and fan status LEDs
• 9A System Power Supply (SPS) module includes built-in IDNet analogue loop driver
• Remote MINIPLEX Transponders and serial annunciators
• Networkable into large systems (4 networks of 99 panels)
• Dial-in service modem (option)
• RS232 interfaces for PC annunciators and remote printers (option)
• Panel mount printer (option)
• Four operator access levels
• 1200 event historical log (separate alarm/fault logs)
• Walk test and individual point disconnect/disable
• Programmable alarm verification, output logic control, alarm thresholds, network operation and annunciation
• SafeLinc Internet Interface Card available for remote access via client LAN
• High level links to EWIS, BMS and BACnet
• 19” rack compatible cabinet range - 18U, 21U, 28U & 40U cabinet configuration
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4100 AS1603.4 Operator’s
4100-M001
4100/4120 AS1603.4 Install
4100-M002
4100/4120 AS1603.4 Tech
4100-M003
4120/2500 NDU Operator’s
4100-M004
4100 AS4428.1 Operator’s
579-314
4100/4120 AS4428.1 Install
579-315
4100/4120 AS4428.1 Technical
579-316
4100 EWIS Operator’s
4100-M010A
4100 EWIS Installation 4100-M011
4100 EWIS Technical 4100-M012
24 Point Graphic I/O Mod Installation
GP Bracket Utilisation Drawing
Field Wiring Diagrams
2 unit expansion rack 15U200
4 unit expansion rack 28U310
6 unit expansion rack 40U310
8 unit expansion rack 40U310
8 red LED module
16 red/yellow LED
8/8 Mom. switch/red LEDs
8/16Maint. switch/red-grn LEDs
8/16 Mom. switch/red-yel LEDs
8 yel LED module
A/C reset switch module
4100 LCD in RTU
4100 AS4428 u/g for AS1603 FIPs
PA microphone & keyswitch
4100U-S1 ASE Door Kit
4100U-S1 PPU/AIU Door Kit
3U Self-Adhesive Document Holder
Fire Detection Product Catalogue
Simplex 4100 Network Systems
Features
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Communicates Information along remote Fire Alarm Control Panel locations
(defined as Network Nodes)
Initiates Alarm Silence, Acknowledge and Reset
Displays status of selected circuit points, point lists and network nodes
Investigates specific point status details
Declares system alarm from Control Panels
Network Nodes include:- 4100 series Fire Alarm Control Panels
- 4100 series Network Processing Units (NDU), Network Display Units
(2500NDU) and MINIPLEX and Universal Transponders (UT)
- 4190 series Graphic Command Centers
Retrofit into existing 4100 and 2120 systems
•
•
•
•
•
•
TrueAlarm Sensor Operation:- Read status of TrueAlarm Analogue detection sensors at multiple locations
- Remote or local sensitivity selection
Style 7 wired communications:- Single wire pair between nodes
- Up to 5km between nodes with 1.0 mm2 twisted shielded wire
Optional Fibre Optics communications
Full Network communication supervision:- Network level diagnostics
- LED Status indications on interface board
Set host function accesses remote node data
Remote dial-in modem for off-site data access
Flexible Network Communications
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4100U-S1
The Simplex 4100U-S1
is a cost competitive, outof-the-box
addressable system that is
based on the established
power and flexibility of the
Simplex 4100 series of
products.
4100U-S1 Operator Keypad
Fire Panel
FP0934
4100U-S1 Single Loop AS 4428
Base Panel
Expansion Modules
4100 - 5004
The entry level Simplex 4100U-S1 is supplied
configured as a single loop analogue addressable
fire alarm system providing a low cost solution
for smaller sites requiring addressable fire alarm
technology.
For typical applications such as nursing homes,
offices, factories and small shopping centres,
the 250 device capacity is ideally sized. Where
additional capacity is required, the Simplex
4100U-S1 can be expanded to cater for medium
sized installations, such as a university campus or an
industrial site.
Features
• Easy expansion with up to 2 IDNet addressable
loops, programmable on-site with 250 devices
per loop
4100 - 3003
4100 - 4322
4100 - 0113
4100 - 6014
• Wide range of addressable devices - detectors,
sounder bases, input/output modules and
4-20mA analogue input module
4100 - 6056
• Supports on-site upload & download of panel
program
4100 - 6057
• Optional AS 1668 Fan Control module (4 fans)
with rotary switches and fan status LEDs
4100 - 3101
• 9A System Power Supply (SPS) module includes
built-in IDNet addressable loop driver
• Supports remote serial LCD annunciators
• Networkable into large systems using optional
RS485 or fibre optic network media cards
4100 - 1282
4100 - 1289
• Optional RS232 interfaces for High Level
Interface for BMS, VESDA, QE90, BACnet and PC
annunciators and remote printers
• Four operator access levels
• 1200 event historical log (separate alarm/fault
logs)
4100 - 0154
4100-ME0456
• Walk test and individual point disconnect/disable
Collective zone module; 8 zone
circuits/module; Supports standard
20V detectors plus normally open
contact devices
8 Point Auxiliary Relay Module; 8
CPU controlled auxiliary relays SPDT
contacts rated for 3 amps @ 24Vdc or
30VAC
6 Circuit Supervised Signal Module; 6
Style Y (class B) circuits per module
RS-232/2120 Communications
Module; Provides two RS-232-C
outputs for remote printers and/
or CRT; can be configured for
communication with a host 2120
system; or as a Computer Port for
communications to a remote system
ie BMS or BAS Systems
4120 Modular Network Interface
Module; requires two media modules,
either RS485 Communications
Media Card Option or Fibre Optics
Media Card Option
RS-485 Wired Media Module mounts
on 4100-6014
Fibre Optic Media Module mounts on
4100-6014
IDNet Addressable Loop Module;
supports up to 250 IDNet
Addressable devices or TrueAlarm
Analogue sensors
8 Switch /16 Red/Yellow LED
module, provides 8 sets of AZF
indications and controls
64/64 LED / SWITCH Controller
Interfaces up to 64 LEDs and 64
switches to the master controller for
front panel annunciation. Required
for expansion above 32 AZF zone
controls
High Level Interface (HLI) to VESDA
LaserPLUS and LaserSCANNER
4100U 4x AS1668 Fan Control
Module
T-GEN 50 on Amplifier Bracket
T-GEN 50 Rotary Switch no Bracket
T-GEN 50/4100U PA Microphone
with extended lead
• Programmable alarm verification, output logic
control, alarm thresholds, network operation and
annunciation
4100-0766K
ME0460
ME0490
• SafeLincl Internet Interface Card available for
remote access via client LAN
Manuals
LT0393
4100U-S1 Brigade I/F Kit Install
• 19” rack cabinet
LT0394
4100U-S1 Install & Maintenance
LT0395
4100U-S1 Operator’s
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4100-0766K T-GEN 50 on Amplifier Bracket
ME0460 T-GEN Rotary Switch no Bracket
ME0490 T-GEN 50 4100U PA Mic, extended lead
4100U-S1 Fan Control Module
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Configurable
The Simplex 4100U-S1 standard configuration includes a 250 device capacity
addressable loop, 3 supervised outputs, plus 16 zones of AS 4428 compliant
indication and control. This can be easily upgraded as the project’s needs change
by adding modules such as an optional brigade signalling kit. Need to increase
the panel’s capacity to 500 addressable devices and 32 zones? It only requires
an IDNet card and 2 additional 8 Zone LED/Switch modules that can all be fitted
on site in less than 10 minutes. A maximum of 64 zones can be utilised, except
where a T-GEN 50 is fitted, when 40 zones can be utilised.
Programming software allows you to panel upload and download, import and
export panel data with Microsoft Excel and generate panel label inserts.
Addressable modules include 4 input/2 output, with current limited sensing,
line isolator, power isolator and multi-sensor with selectable (patented) detection
algorithms. Each module only occupies one IDNet address.
4100U-S1 System Diagram
4090-9001
SUPERVISED INDIVIDUAL
ADDRESSABLE MODULE
CURRENT
LIMITED
CONTACT RESISTOR
4090-9120AU
SIX POINT I/O MODULE
HARD
CONTACT
ELD
INPUT
Input 1
4090-9101
ZONE ADAPTOR MODULE
4100U-S1
SMALL ADDRESSABLE FIP
Input 2
+24Vdc
0V
N.C.
C
N.O.
COLLECTIVE DETECTORS
ELD
Input 4
ELD
N.C.
C
N.O.
24Vdc
IDNet Loop Out
Input 3
4098-96xx
HEAT DETECTOR
4090-9116
ADDRESSABLE LINE
ISOLATOR MODULE
4098-9603E
IONISATION SMOKE
DETECTOR
HARD CONTACT
N.C.
C
N.O.
4098-9601E
PHOTOELECTRIC
SMOKE DETECTOR
4090-9002
RELAY INDIVIDUAL
ADDRESSABLE MODULE
TRUEALARM ANALOGUE ADDRESSABLE DETECTORS
IDNet Loop In
4098-9755EA
DUCT SAMPLING UNIT
4090-9116
ADDRESSABLE LINE
ISOLATOR MODULE
4098-9733EA
HEAT DETECTOR
RESISTOR
4090-9118
RELAY INDIVIDUAL
ADDRESSABLE MODULE
CURRENT
LIMITED
CONTACT
4098-9717EA
IONISATION
SMOKE DETECTOR
4098-9754EA
MULTI-SENSOR
PHOTOELECTRIC &
HEAT DETECTOR
4099-9032
MANUAL CALL
POINT
N.C.
C
N.O.
ELD
4098-9714EA
PHOTOELECTRIC
SMOKE DETECTOR
HARD
CONTACT
FP0937 4100U-S1 PPU/AIU Door Kit
4100-ME0456 4100U-S1 Fan Control Module
FP0935 4100U-S1 ASE Door Kit
FP0937 comprises:
1x 4U hinged door & spacer bracket, connector strip,
label, & wiring fitted
4x M6 screws/washers/cage nuts for mounting
door
5x Cable ties, adhesive cable tie holders for fixing
wiring
1x Green earth lead + nut, washer for door earth
4x 1.25” PK screws, plastic spacers for mounting
PPU
The 4100-ME0456 is a 4100U style Switch/LED
display module designed specifically for fan control. It
complies with the requirements of
AS 1668.1-1998. It has rotary swithces and LEDs
for 4 sets of fans. In order to accomodate the required
rotary switches, the front plate is joggled forward so
that it protrudes through the trim.
FP0935 comprises:
1x 4U hinged door with ASE cover and barrel nuts
fitted
1x 3 way & 1 x 2 way connector for ASE
1x FP0740 FAS interface module with red, yellow
and white wires
1x pair of red & black wires for ASE to 4100U-S1 dc
power supply
4x M6 screws/washers/cage nuts for mounting
door
5x Cable ties, adhesive cable tie holders for fixing
ASE wiring
1x Green earth lead + nut, washer for door earth
2x M4x16 screws + washers for ASE mounting
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TrueAlarm Addressable Loop Cards
TrueAlarm System Operation
The 4100 MAPNET II Addressable Loop Card
communicates with TrueAlarm smoke and
temperature detectors. Every four seconds, smoke
detectors transmit an output value based on their
smoke chamber condition. The 4100 CPU maintains
a current value, peak value and an average value
of each detector’s output. Status is determined by
comparing the current detector value to its average
value. Tracking this average value as a continuously
shifting reference point filters out environmental
factors that cause shifts in sensitivity.
Programmable Sensitivity
The sensitivity of each detector can be field
programmed at the 4100 Control Panel for different
levels of smoke obscuration (in percent) or for
specific heat detection levels. In order to evaluate
whether the sensitivity should be revised, the peak
value is stored in memory and can be easily read and
compared to the alarm threshold directly in percent.
TrueAlarm heat detectors can be selected for rate-ofrise detection as either 8.3°C or 11.1°C per minute
with an independent fixed limit of 58°C or 68°C.
TrueAlarm operation gives the 4100 system the
ability to automatically indicate when a detector is
almost dirty, dirty, and excessively dirty. TrueAlarm
has the ability to maintain the sensitivity level of each
detector. Modular TrueAlarm detectors use the same
base and different detector types (photoelectric
smoke, ionisation smoke, or heat detector) can
be easily interchanged to meet specific location
requirements. This feature also allows intentional
detector substitution during building construction.
When conditions are temporarily dusty, instead of
covering the smoke detectors(causing them to be
disabled), heat detectors may be installed without
reprogramming the control panel. Although the
control panel will indicate an incorrect detector type,
the heat detector will operate at a default sensitivity
to provide heat detection for building protection at
that location.
Displaying TrueAlarm Data
TrueAlarm data can be displayed on the system LCD,
on a remote maintenance terminal, or printed on
a remote printer. With the proper operator access,
a TrueAlarm Service Report can be generated to
list the specific details of each TrueAlarm device.
This report, as well as the Status Report, can either
be displayed on the remote maintenance terminal
or captured permanently by using a remote 80
character printer. This information is available at
the system LCD by identifying the specific point of
interest and reading one point at a time.
VESDA High Level Interface
Simplex FIP with panel mounted VESDA
interface 4100-0154K
Simplex/VESDA High Level Interface (HLI) allows
Simplex addressable fire detection panels to
gather and process status information from VESDA
LaserPLUS and LaserSCANNER high sensitivity
air aspiration smoke detection systems. Hardware
requirements include an Intelligent Interface Module
installed in the fire alarm control panel and an HLI
Module installed in the VESDA smoke detection
equipment.
The combination of VESDA smoke detection and the
extensive features of the Simplex addressable panel
allows mission critical and high value facilities to be
equipped with a low level smoke detection system
that can provide very early warning of the presence
of incipient fire conditions.
Pictured at left are the 4100-0154K PCBs. The
Motherboard (lower - fixed in the 4100 FIP) and
Interface Module (upper - fitted into Motherboard)
facilitate the communication interface to the VESDA
detector
Specifications
Operating Voltage
Current
Communications
max
Space (4100/4120)
Space (4020)
Relative Humidity
Ambient Temp
Weight
Part Numbers
4100-0154K
VHX-0400
18 to 32Vdc*
132mA
RS-232, 9600 baud, 6m
Plugable module requires
51mm int. rack width
Flat module 133x267(WH)
10% to 95% (non cond.)
0°C to +49°C
81g
4100 Panel Mount Module
VESDA Mounted Module
(Current - 70mA)
* MAPNET II addressable loop voltage
4100-0451K Panel Mount Printer
The 4100-0451K panel mount printer provides a
convenient and compact location for creating hard
copy records of system activity. Alarm, trouble, and
supervisory conditions, as well as other site-specific
system messages can be printed, depending on the
individual system requirements. Printer operation
is fast and quiet, allowing system events to be
recorded with minimal operator distraction.
Recorded events stored on the internal paper takeup are readily accessible by unwinding the paper
from its take-up reel and then rewound using the line
feed switch. Paper removal and replacement is easily
accessed by opening the two latches at the top of
the printer cover and pivoting the assembly forward
on its bottom mounted hinges.
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Specifications
Model
Operating Voltage
Current
Standby
Printing
Communications
Mounting
Width Requirement
Depth
Paper (1 roll included):
Type
Width
Length
Replacement Paper
Print Characteristics
Characters
Image Colour
Density
Paper Speed
Print Speed
Running Noise
Print Direction
Print Width
Exposed Print
Operating Temperature
Relative Humidity
4100/4120-0451
24 Vdc (Loop)
70 mA
800 mA
Internal RS-232
152 mm
(3 Module Widths)
102 mm
Thermal
60 mm
49 m
4190-9803 (1 Roll)
11 x 28 dot matrix
Black
6 Lines per Inch
1.3 in/sec
312 cps
55 dB Maximum
Bi-Directional
40 Column
20 Lines
0°C to 49°C
10 to 85% (non cond.)
Fire Detection Product Catalogue
Simplex Addressable MAPNET II Modules
4100-0110 Addressable Modules
Model 4100-0110 addressable modules
communicate with remote addressable devices to
provide initiation, notification, and control. Operating
over a two wire MAPNET II circuit, individual initiating
devices such as smoke and heat sensors, manual fire
alarm stations, and sprinkler flow switch contacts can
communicate their identity and status.
Individual addressability allows the location and
the condition of each device to be displayed on the
4100 control panel and on system annunciators.
Additionally, notification appliance circuits (horns,
bells, strobes, etc.) as well as other control circuits
(fans, dampers, etc.) may also be individually
controlled.
4100-0111 Fault Isolator
2190-9169
The 4100-0111 MAPNET II fault isolator module
allows an addressable interface module to be wired
with up to four isolated circuits of Class B or Class A
operation. This provides isolation of a circuit with a
shorted line without interfering with the MAPNET
II communication to devices on the other circuits.
Operation involves continuously monitoring the
shorted lines and automatically restoring normal
communications when the shorted line condition has
been corrected. The module also contains a trouble
LED per circuit for ease in locating the faulty circuit.
Each fault isolator module requires four consecutive
MAPNET II device addresses to be dedicated for
its operation to advise the control panel of the
circuit fault location. Line powered isolator modules
provide bi-directional short circuit protection for
MAPNET II communication lines. When properly
located, remotely mounted isolators can optimise
communication integrity by creating device groups.
Any group with short circuited wiring can be isolated,
allowing communications to continue to the other
groups. These remote isolators are typically wired
such that a Class A loop is available to feed Class B
wiring runs, or connected as an entire Class A circuit.
Up to a combined total of 127 addressable monitor
and control devices may be intermixed on the
same common pair of wires. Multiple 4100-0110
modules may be installed to accommodate a system
capacity of up to 1000 addressable devices (control
panel dependent).
MAPNET II operation continuously interrogates each
addressable device on its communication channel
for status changes. Two-way data communication
are supported over a multi-drop, “T-tapped” pair of
wires for any combination of up to 127 monitor and
control points. The digital poll/response techniques
used ensure high supervision integrity and will report
alarm and trouble conditions to the control panel.
2190-9169 for surface mount (plate is 109mm sq.)
2190-9173 2 Point I/O Module
The 2190-9173, 2-Point I/O module allows
a Simplex MAPNET II communication channel
to monitor an input contact closure and control
an output relay from a single compact module.
Module power is supplied from the MAPNET II
communications channel, eliminating the need for
separate power wiring. The monitor and control
points can be applied for a variety of associated or
independent operations. Flexible programming
abilities at the host panel can provide the association
logic required for a wide variety of fire or utility
operations
Specifications
Operating Voltage
Address Assignment
Dimensions (HWD)
Relative Humidity
Ambient Temperature
Part Number
24 to 40Vdc*
2 addresses req’d
105x105x35mm
10% to 95% (n/cond)
0 to +49°C
2190-9173
*MAPNET II
2190-9156 Zone Adaptor Module - Monitor
Monitor ZAMs are used when the fire detecting
devices or supervisory switches are mounted
separately from the addressable electronics. It
provides status monitoring and supervision to the
device circuit zone and is used for circuits with
non-addressable detectors and for other contact
closures eg., waterflow and tamper switches or nonaddressable manual stations.
Specifications
Operating Voltage
Address Assignment
Supervisory Current
Alarm Current
Dimensions (HWD)
Relative Humidity
Ambient Temperature
Part Number
24 to 40Vdc*
1 addresses req’d
20mA @ 24Vdc
90mA @ 24Vdc
105x105x35mm
10% to 95% (n/cond)
0 to +49°C
2190-9156
*MAPNET II
2190-9162/2190-9164 Zone Adaptor Module - Signal and Control
Signal ZAMs are used to supervise and operate
24 Vdc notification appliances, speakers, and
telephone circuits. Output capacity is up to 2 A @
24 Vdc, or 50 W of 25 VRMS speakers, or up to
3 simultaneously activated firefighter phones. The
signal ZAM is available for either Style Y/Class B or
Style Z/Class A operation for notification appliance
circuits.
Part Numbers
2190-9162
Signal & Control ZAM Style Y Flush
2190-9164
Control Relay ZAM DPDT Flush
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Specifications
Operating Voltage
24 to 40Vdc*
Supervisory Current (24Vdc) 15mA (9159-9162)
10mA (9163/9164)
Alarm Current (24Vdc)
65mA (9159/9160)
40mA (9161-9164)
Dimensions (HWD)
105x105x35mm
Relative Humidity
10% to 95% (n/cond)
Ambient Temperature
0 to +49°C
*MAPNET II
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Simplex Addressable MAPNET II/IDNet Modules
4190-9050 Analogue Monitor Zone Adaptor Module
Simplex AMZs provide an accurate, multi-featured
4-20mA interface for connecting analog sensors to
Simplex addressable fire detection panels. The panel
monitors the sensor and annunciates whenever
a selected threshold level or fault condition is
observed. Typical applications include: gas, air, liquid
temperature, humidity, and air velocity sensing. The
maximum distance from AMZ to a sensor is 1km.
Each AMZ requires an address and up to 100 AMZs
can be connected per panel.
Specifications
Operating Voltage
Sensor Output
Sensor Current
Basic AMZ Current
Sensor Loop Current
Fault Current
2098-9808 LED Annun.
Relative Humidity
Ambient Temperature
Part Number
18 to 32Vdc*
Switched input voltage
400mA (max.)
30mA
20mA (max.)
5mA
3mA
10% to 90% (n/cond)
0 to +38°C
4190-9050
*MAPNET II
4090-9001 Individual Addressable Module
The 4090-9001 IAM has both power and
communications supplied by a two-wire IDNet
circuit. It provides location specific addressability
to a single initiating device (such as single station
smoke detector alarm contacts or heat detector
contacts) or multiple devices at the same location
by monitoring normally open dry contacts and
the wiring to an end-of-line resistor. Closure of the
monitored contacts initiates an alarm or other
response as programmed at the 4100 FIP. An open
in the monitored circuit wiring will cause a fault to
be reported. Selections can be made at the control
panel to maintain the alarm condition if the initiating
device contacts are momentary, such as from a rateof rise heat detector, or to track the device contact
status
Specifications
Operating Voltage
Dist. IAM to Contacts
IDNet Wiring
Supervisory Resistor
Current Limit. Resistor
Dimensions (HWD)
Relative Humidity
Ambient Temperature
Part Number
24 to 40Vdc*
152m w/o protect.
122m with
2091-9044 over
voltage protectors
762m from FIP;
3048m total
6k8 Ohm 0.5W
1k8 & 4k7Ohm 0.5W
40x44x32mm
10% to 93% (n/cond)
0 to +49°C
4090-9001
*IDNet, 1 address per unit
2975-9257 MAPNET II ZAM Mounting Box
Boxes for mounting Zone Adaptor Modules
(ZAMs) are available in 2 sizes. Both boxes are of
welded steel construction, galvanised for corrosion
protection. The ZAM boxes both feature round and
eccentric knock-outs for cable entry on each surface.
Specifications
Dimensions (mm)
Volume
Material
Part Numbers
2975-9257
2975-9258
120 sq. x 54 deep
688cc
Welded Steel
Box
Cover
Simplex Addressable IDNet Modules
4090-9002 Relay IAM (Individual Addressable Module)
The 4090-9002 Relay IAM allows the c.i.e. to
control a remotely located Form “C” Relay contact
using IDNet addressable communications for both
data and module power. Typical applications are
for switching local power for control functions
such as magnetic door holders, or control of HVAC
components, pressurisation fans, dampers, etc. Relay
contact status is also communicated to the c.i.e. The
address is set by DIP switch under the resealable
label.
Specifications
Comms Power1
24 to 40Vdc w/data
Relay Contact Ratings SPDT
0.5A @120VAC2
[email protected]
[email protected]
Current Limited Op
1k8/4k7 0.5W
Dimensions (HWD)
105x105x35mm
Ambient Temperature
0 to +49°C
Relative Humidity
10% to 93% (n/c)
Part Number
4090-9002
1. IDNet communications with data
2. Transient suppressed load
3. Inductive load
Note: Loop powered 2 wire device
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4090-9101 Zone Adaptor Module (ZAM) - Monitor
The 4090-9101 Zone Adaptor Module Monitor
ZAM allows a 2-wire circuit of collective smoke or
heat detectors to be interfaced on to the IDNet loop.
Up to 20 collective heat and smoke detectors can
be monitored by a 4090-9101 Monitor ZAM.
The address is set by DIP switch under the resealable label.
Note the 4090-9101 requires a separate
24Vdc power supply to power the collective
circuit.
Specifications
Comms Power1
Operating Voltage
ZAM Current @ 24VDC2
Quiescent
Alarm
Supervision Resistor
Dimensions (HWD)
Ambient Temperature
Relative Humidity
Part Number
24 to 40Vdc w/data
18.9 to 32Vdc
16mA max.
72mA max.
3k3 Ohm 1W
105x105x35mm
0 to +49°C
10% to 93% (n/c)
4090-9101
1. IDNet Communications with data
2. Actual current value is determined by total device requirements
4090-9116 Analogue Addressable Line Isolator
The 4090-9116 Isolator provides IDNet
communications isolation, improving installation
convenience and system integrity. Isolation is
automatically activated when an output short circuit
is detected and the condition is reported to the c.i.e.
Circuit isolation can also be selected manually from
the 4100U c.i.e. to enable partial loop testing. If the
output wiring is acceptable, the isolator will connect
the rest of the circuit. If the output wiring is shorted,
the isolator remains isolated. The address is set by
Specifications
Comms Power1
24 to 40Vdc w/data
Dimensions (HWD)
105x105x35mm
Ambient Temperature
0 to +49°C
Relative Humidity
10% to 90% (n/c)
Part Number
4090-9116
1. IDNet communications with data
DIP switch under the re-sealable label.
4090-9117 Analogue Addressable Power Isolator
The 4090-9117 Power Isolator provides
monitoring and short circuit protection for
24Vdc power wiring to IDNet addressable
devices. In the event of a short circuit, it opens
a two-pole electronic switch, isolating both
power circuit conductors. This function can
also be selected from the c.i.e. The isolator
reports to the c.i.e. when it is in isolation mode. It also
reports the extent of shorted wiring by identifying the
addresses of non-communicating devices
Specifications
Comms Power1
24 to 40Vdc w/data
Current Rating
[email protected] max.
Input Current
[email protected]
Dimensions (HWD)
105x105x35mm
Ambient Temperature
0 to +49°C
Relative Humidity
10% to 90% (n/c)
Part Number
4090-9117
1. IDNet communications with data
4090-9118 Relay IAM (Individual Addressable Module) with T-Sense Input
The 4090-9118 Relay IAM with T-Sense allows a
4100U IDNet communication channel to monitor
two input contact closures with one point and control
an output relay with the other point, yet occupy a
single loop address. Power is supplied from the IDNet
communications channel, eliminating the need for
separate power wiring. The input circuit and relay
operation are controlled independently and may
be disabled separately. Applications include water
flow and tamper switch monitoring and control and
damper position monitoring and control
Specifications
Comms Power1
24 to 40Vdc w/data
Relay Contact Ratings SPDT
0.5A @120VAC2
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[email protected] 2
[email protected]
Input
N/O, dry contacts
Current Limited Operation
1k8/4k7 0.5W
Dimensions (HWD)
105x105x35mm
Ambient Temperature
0 to +49°C
Relative Humidity
10% to 90% (n/c)
Part Number
4090-9118
1. IDNet communications with data
2. Resistive Load
3. Inductive Load
Note: Loop powered 2 wire device
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4090-9119 Relay IAM (Individual Addressable Module) with Unsupervised Input
The 4090-9119 allows a 4100U IDNet
communication channel to monitor an unsupervised
input contact with one point and control an output
relay with the other point, yet occupy a single
address. The input circuit and relay operation are
controlled independently and may be disabled
separately. Module power is supplied from the IDNet
communications channel eliminating the need for
separate power wiring. The address is set by DIP
switch under the re-sealable label.
Specifications
Comms Power1
24 to 40Vdc w/data
Relay Contact Ratings SPDT
Non power limited
0.5A @120VAC2
[email protected]
Power limited
[email protected] 2
[email protected]
Input
N/O, dry contacts
Dimensions (HWD)
105x105x35mm
Ambient Temperature
0 to +49°C
Relative Humidity
10% to 95% (n/c)
Part Number
4090-9119
1. IDNet communications with data
2. Resistive Load
3. Inductive Load
Note: Loop powered 2 wire device
4090-9120 Six Point I/O Module with T-Sense Inputs and Relay Outputs Module
The 4090-9120 allows 4100U IDNet
communication channel to monitor four T-sense
input circuits and control two output relays from
a single module requiring a single address. Power
is supplied by a separate 24Vdc connection to a
listed fire alarm power supply. The input circuits and
output relay operation are controlled independently
and may be disabled separately. Point association is
determined at the 4100U host panel. At the 4100U,
the device address is designated as a single hardware
location. Each of the four input circuits monitors
for continuity to an end-of-line resistor and can
differentiate between a short circuit contact closure
and a current limited contact closure. Two input
supervision resistors are required per T-sense input.
Specifications
24 to 40Vdc w/data
Comms Power1
Operating Voltage
18 to 32Vdc
Operating Current
[email protected]
Relay Contact Ratings SPDT
Non-power limited
0.5A @120VAC2
[email protected]
Power limited
[email protected]
[email protected]
Supervision Resistor
6k8 Ohm 0.5W
Current Limited Operation
1k8/4k7 0.5W
Input
N/O, dry contacts
Dimensions (HWD)
105x105x35mm
Ambient Temperature
0 to +49°C
Relative Humidity
10% to 90% (n/c)
Part Number
4090-9120
1. IDNet communications with data
2. Resistive Load 3. Inductive Load
Note: 4 wire device; requires separate 24Vdc and IDNet
communication loop
2975-9006 IDNet ZAM Mounting Box
Boxes for mounting Zone Adaptor Modules
(ZAMs) are available in 2 sizes. Both boxes are of
welded steel construction, galvanised for corrosion
protection. The ZAM boxes both feature round and
eccentric knock-outs for cable entry on each surface.
Specifications
Dimensions (mm)
Volume
Material
Part Numbers
2975-9006
2975-9260
101 sq. x 54 deep
490cc
Welded Steel
Box
Cover
4099-9032 Manual Call Point
Specifications
Comms Power1
Dimensions (HWD)
Ambient Temperature
Relative Humidity
CSIRO ActivFire listed
Part Numbers
4099-9032
4099-9032N
515.001.025
SR3T-P
24 to 40Vdc w/data
86x87x35mm
-9°C to +70°C
10% to 95% (n/c)
afp-1691
IDNet & red LED
MAPNET II, no LED
Spare Glass (pk 5)
Backbox c/w Terminals
1. MAPNET II or IDNet communications with data
The 4099-9032 addressable Manual Call Point (MCP) provides a means to manually initiate a fire alarm condition to the 4100U c.i.e. via the IDNet channel. The IDNet
channel provides the communication link and power between the call point and 4100U. Activation of the MCP requires the frangible element to be broken, which
causes contacts on a microswitch to close, initiating an alarm condition. Call Point reset requires the fitting of a replacement frangible element. The MCP features an
integral red LED status indicator. The Simplex 4099-9032NL MCP is connected to Simplex c.i.e. via MAPNET II and does not have a status indicator
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Simplex Ancillaries
4190-9008, BACpac™ Portal
The 4190-9008 BACpac portal provides a
supplementary communications interface that
converts computer terminal information from a
compatible Simplex FIP into the building automation
protocol of BACnet. With this portal, status
information from the FIP can be provided to other
components of the building automation network
with the detail and information format required. This
allows the other systems to properly respond to fire
alarm system activity in addition to the primary fire
alarm response that is under the control of the c.i.e.
Specifications
Input Power
Data Input from FIP
Data Output
Operating Temperature
Reletive Humdity
Cabinet
(HOFFMAN)
Dimensions (HWD)
[email protected] 50Hz
RS232 ASCII
RS232 BACnet
0°C to +45°C
10% to 95% (non/cond)
A-HE12x12x4
314x313x105 mm
2081-9027 Isolated Loop Circuit Protector
Electrical transients caused by lighting or by
disturbances on high voltage power lines are
conditions that require low voltage wiring circuits
to be adequately protected. This protection is most
effective when placed at the location where such
circuits leave or enter the building. The simplex
2081-9027 Isolated Loop Circuit Protector (ILCP)
is designed to protect Simplex Fire Alarm circuits
from those transients induced on wire runs that are
routed to the building externally. Because of its small
package size, it can be easily mounted at the location
that achieves maximum protection.
Specifications
Line to Line
Line to Ground
Shield to Ground
Current Each Leg
Resistance
Response Time
38Vdc, 28VAC RMS
38Vdc, 35VAC RMS
48Vdc, 33VAC RMS
200mA max.
3 Ohm per line*
1x10-9s (line-line)
25x10-9s (line-gnd)
Max. Current (line-line)
2000A (10x50μs pulse)
Max. Current (line-gnd)
2000A (8x20μs pulse)
Max. Current (shield-gnd) 5000A (10x50μs pulse)
Dimensions (LWD)
625x35x27mm
* Signal Input to Signal Output
4603-9101 Serial LCD Annunciator
SYSTEMISISNORMAL
NORMAL
SYSTEM
3:15:26
MON 03
9496
12:35:15
amPMMON
18 JAN
MAR
FIRE
ALARM
ALARM
ACK
PRIORITY 2
SYSTEM
SYSTEM
POWER
ALARM
ALARM
SUPERVISORY
TROUBLE
ON
SILENCED
ALARM
ACK
SUPV
ACK
TBL
ACK
ALARM
SILENCE
DISPLAY
TIME
SYSTEM
RESET
The Simplex 4603-9101 LCD annunciator provides
remote annunciation and control using an 80
character, back-lit, alphanumeric, LCD readout.
Information is presented in clear, descriptive
English language and includes: point status (alarm,
trouble, etc.), alarm type (smoke detector, manual
station, etc.), number of system alarms, supervisory
conditions, and troubles, and a custom location
label. Communications require a single twisted,
shielded pair that supports other styles of Simplex
serial annunciators on the same wire pair. Alarm,
Supervisory, and Trouble conditions are also
indicated by dedicated LEDs and a tone-alert. Each
condition has a dedicated acknowledge push-button
switch that silences the tone-alert but leaves the LED
on until all conditions in that category are restored
to normal. Switch operation is either globally or
individually acknowledgeable, determined by the
control panel operation. Repeated operation of
the appropriate acknowledge switch will scroll the
LCD display showing activity in the sequence of
occurrence. The tone-alert also sounds to indicate
the operation of any of the push-button switches
Specifications
Operating Voltage
24Vdc, Loop Supplied
Operating Current
170 mA
Operating Temp
0 to 49°C
Relative Humidity
10% to 90% (non-cond)
Standard Trim
Steel, Painted Beige
Optional Trim
Brushed Aluminium
4603-9111
Trim Dimensions(HW) 114 x 300 mm
Simplex Information Management System (IMS)
4190 IMS Graphics Systems provide annunciation,
status display, and control for Simplex 4120
Networks using a Windows 2000 based graphical
interface with a high resolution, colour display.
Response buttons with realistic icons provide
control switches specific to the operation being
performed. Point capacity is capable of up to
50,000 network points or point groups (lists). Up
to four 4120 Network loops can be interfaced,
allowing for significant future expansion. Multiple
IMS units can be installed on the same network for
redundancy or to accommodate vectored point
type annunciation where points are routed to the
appropriate IMS depending on type, location,
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or other criteria. A separate IMS can also be
dedicated as a maintenance/engineer’s terminal for
performing higher level network investigations and
modifications.
Part Numbers
4190-8601
4190-6030
4190-6031
4190-0142
4190-0143
IMS Software package
IMS Network RS-485 Module
IMS Network Modular Card
Wired media card RS-485
Fibre Optic media card
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TrueAlarm Addressable Detectors
4098-9754EA Photoelectric & Heat Multi-Sensor
TrueAlarm multi-sensor 4098-9754EA combines
the TrueAlarm photoelectric smoke sensor with a
fast-acting and accurate TrueAlarm thermal sensor
to provide both features in a single sensor/base
assembly. Analog information from each sensor is
digitally communicated to the control panel where it
is analysed.
Photoelectric sensor input is stored and tracked as an
average value with an alarm or abnormal condition
being determined by comparing the sensor’s
present value against its average value. Thermal
data is processed to look for absolute or rate-of-rise
temperature as desired.
Monitoring each photoelectric sensor’s average
value provides a software filtering process that
compensates for environmental factors (dust, dirt,
etc.) and component aging. The result is a significant
reduction in false or nuisance alarms caused by shifts
in sensitivity.
Specifications
4098-9754E
Operating Voltage (MAPNET II)
Operating Current (MAPNET II)
Relative Humidity
cond)
Ambient Temperature
Sensitivity (at c.i.e.)
with 4098-9795E
Alarm Current (sounder on)
Sounder Power (external)
Sound Pressure Level
CSIRO ActivFire Listed
Part Numbers:
4098-9754EA
4098-9796E
4098-9795E
4098-0027
24 to 40Vdc
500μA (max)
10% to 95% (n/
0 to +50°C
4 and 5%Obs/m
17mA @ 24Vdc
18 to 32Vdc
88dBA @ 3m
afp-1361
Detector
Base
Sounder Base
Guard
*MAPNET II or IDNet auto select w/data
4098-9714EA TrueAlarm Photoelectric Smoke
The 4098-9714EA Photoelectric smoke detector
contains a state-of-the-art sensing chamber and
analogue communication electronics. Used in
conjunction with the Simplex 4100 panel, the
9714E has a high degree of false alarm immunity
thanks to advanced algorithms.
The detector mounts on the 4098-9789
addressable base or 4098-9794 sounder base. An
optional remote LED can also be fitted.
Specifications
Operating Voltage
Quiescent Current (max)
Alarm Current-relay active
External Output Drive (max)
Relative Humidity
Ambient Temperature
Air Velocity
Sensitivity
CSIRO ActivFire Listed
Part Number
24 to 40Vdc*
100μA
24mA
5mA
10% to 95% (n/cond)
-9°C to +50°C
0 to 610m/min
4 to 6% Obs/m
afp-1225
4098-9714EA
*MAPNET II or IDNet auto select w/data
4098-9717EA TrueAlarm Ionisation Smoke
The 4098-9717EA Ionisation detectors use a
single radioactive source with an outer sampling
chamber and an inner reference chamber to provide
stable operation under changes in environmental
conditions eg., temperature and humidity. Smoke
and invisible combustion gases can freely penetrate
the outer chamber. The air in both chambers is
ionised by a small radioactive source causing a very
small current to flow in the circuit. The presence of
combustion particles causes a change in the voltage
ratio between chambers, which is measured by the
electronics in the base and digitally transmitted to
the CIE for processing.
Specifications
Operating Voltage
Quiescent Current (max)
Alarm Current-relay active
External Output Drive (max)
Relative Humidity
Ambient Temperature
Air Velocity
Sensitivity
Source
CSIRO ActivFire Listed
Part Number
24 to 40Vdc*
400μA
24mA @ 24V
5mA
10% to 95% (n/cond)
0 to +50°C
0 to 61m/min
0.4 MIC X nom.
Americium241
afp-1246
4098-9717EA
*MAPNET II or IDNet auto select w/data
Simplex VLC-600 TrueAlarm LaserCOMPACT TM
The VLC-600 TrueAlarm LaserCOMPACT detector
has been specifically designed to provide all the
benefits of aspirating smoke detection, including
very early warning, in single small areas and where
space is a premium. The VLC-600 communicates
directly with the Simplex Fire Products
4100/4020/4100U c.i.e., detecting smoke by
using proven VESDA aspirating technology, dual
stage filtration technology in combination with the
versatility of the TrueAlarm addressable protocol.
The VLC-600 utilises a standard VESDA pipe design
in accordance with the Aspire design tool.
Refer to the VESDA section for information about
accessories.
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Specifications
Operating Voltage
Operating Current
Alarm Current
Operating Temperature
Sensor Ambient
Sampled Air
Relative Humidity
Alarm Sensitivity
Coverage Area
Dimensions (HWD)
Weight
Remote Indicator
CSIRO ActivFire Listed
Part Number
18 to 30Vdc
225mA
245mA
-10°C to 39°C
-20°C to 60°C
10% to 95% (n/cond)
0.05 to 12%obs/m
500 m2
225x225x85mm
1.9 kg
2098-9808
afp-1572
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4098-9733EA TrueAlarm Heat Detector
TrueAlarm heat detectors are self-restoring and
provide rate compensated, fixed temperature
sensing, selectable with or without rate-of-rise
temperature sensing. Due to its small thermal mass,
the detector accurately and quickly measures the
local temperature for analysis at the c.i.e. Rate-ofrise temperature detection is selectable for either
8.3°C or 11.1°C per minute. Fixed temperature
sensing is independent of rate-of-rise sensing and
programmable to operate at 57.2°C or 68°C. In
a slow developing fire, the temperature may not
increase rapidly enough to operate the rate-of-rise
feature, however an alarm will be initiated when the
temperature reaches its rated fixed temp. setting.
Specifications
Operating Voltage
Quiescent Current (max)
Alarm Current (max)
External Output Drive (max)
Relative Humidity
Ambient Temperature
CSIRO ActivFire Listed
Part Number
24 to 40Vdc*
400μA
10mA
5mA
10% to 95% (n/cond)
0 to +50°C
afp-1202
4098-9733EA
*MAPNET II or IDNet auto select
4098-9789EA TrueAlarm Analogue Addressable Detector Base
TrueAlarm detector bases contain integral
addressable electronics that constantly monitor the
status of the detachable photoelectric, ionisation,
or heat detectors. Each detector’s output is
digitised and transmitted to the system CIE every
four seconds. Since TrueAlarm detectors use the
same base, different detector types can be easily
interchanged to meet specific location requirements,
for example, during building construction, or
when conditions are temporarily dusty. Instead
of covering the smoke detectors(causing them
to be disabled), heat detectors may be installed
without reprogramming the CIE. Although the
CIE will indicate an incorrect detector type, the
heat detector will operate at a default sensitivity
maintaining building protection at that location.
The 4098-9789EAP can be used in areas that may
experience an increased moisture level, eg under
Specifications
Operating Voltage
Quiescent Current (max)
Alarm Current (max)
Relative Humidity
Ambient Temperature
CSIRO ActivFire Listed
Part Numbers
4098-9789EA
4098-9789EAP
24 to 40Vdc*
400μA
3.2mA
10% to 95% (n/cond)
0 to +55°C
afp-1225 & 1246
TrueAlarm Base
Moisture Protected
TrueAlarm Base
*MAPNET II or IDNet auto select
eaves.
4098-9794EA TrueAlarm Analogue Addressable Sounder Base
The TrueAlarm sounder base has a built-in
Piezoelectric sounder that provides a high 90dBA
output with low 17mA current requirements.
Used with the interchangeable TrueAlarm
detectors (photoelectric, heat, or ionisation) the
sounder can be powered from 24 Vdc or from a
compatible Notification Appliance Circuit (NAC)
and synchronised coded/temporal coded by
communications* or by the NAC. The sounder can
be manually activated from the CIE. Analogue
detector information is digitally communicated
to the control panel via MAPNET II™ or IDNet™,
two-wire communications**. Detector information
is processed by the CIE to determine detector
status. The sounder base has a built-in magnetic
test feature and is for use with Simplex CIEs
model 4010/4020/4100/4120, and Universal
Transponders. Optional accessories include remote
alarm LED indicator on single gang plate and an
alarm LED tracking relay.
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Specifications
Sounder Operating Voltage
Relay Voltage
Quiescent Current (max)
Alarm Current (max)
Sound Pressure Level
Relative Humidity
Ambient Temperature
CSIRO ActivFire Listed
Part Number
24 to 40Vdc*
18 to 32Vdc
270μA
17mA
90dBA @ 3m
10% to 95% (n/cond)
0 to +55°C
afp-1246
4098-9794EA
*MAPNET II or IDNet auto select
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4098-9793EA TrueAlarm IDNet Isolator Base
The 4098-9793 isolator base accepts Simplex
TrueAlarm analog sensors and provides
communications isolation to improve installation
convenience and increase system integrity. An
internal isolation relay allows a compatible c.i.e.
to separate shorted communications wiring
from functioning wiring to optimise the available
sensors or other IDNet addressable devices. The
isolator base’s status is communicated to the FIP,
allowing it to assist in identifying the location of
the shorted wiring. During installation, earth faults
frequently occur. Finding these faults normally
requires extensive wiring disconnection. With the
4098-9793 isolator base, earth faults on the IDNet
communications lines can be quickly located to
assist in their repair and to restore the system wiring
to normal.
Specifications
Operating Voltage
Input Voltage
Current ([email protected] 24Vdc)
24 to 40Vdc*
18.9 to 32Vdc
16mA (supervisory)
72mA (alarm)
Supervisory Resistor (9101) 3k3 Ohm 1W
Dimensions (HWD)
105x105x35mm
Relative Humidity
10% to 95% (n/cond)
Ambient Temperature
-9°C to +50°C
Part Number
4098-9793EA
*IDNet, 1 address per base
4098-9755EA Duct Sampling Unit
The TrueAlarm duct sampling unit detects the
presence of smoke in air conditioning or ventilating
ducts. Sampling tubes are installed into the duct and
air is directed to a 4098-9714EA smoke sensor
mounted in the housing.
These duct housings provide the high reliability
performance of TrueAlarm analog sensing featuring
programmable sensitivity, consistent accuracy,
environmental compensation, status testing, and
monitoring of sensor dirt accumulation.
The TrueAlarm Duct Sampling Unit require only two
wires for both communications and power.
Specifications
Operating Voltage
LED Current
Air Velocity
Relative Humidity
Operating Temperature
18 to 40Vdc*
600μA**
1.5 to 20 m/s
10% to 95% (non-cond.)
0 to +50°C
4098-9753 with auxiliary relay
Relay Coil Voltage
18 to 32Vdc
Quiescent Current
240μA @ 24Vdc
Alarm Current
32mA @ 24Vdc
Contact Rating
1A @ 28Vdc (pwr limit)
Contact Rating
0.5A @ 120VAC (resist)
CSIRO ActivFire Listed
Part Number
afp-1354
4098-9755EA
* MAPNET II
** No impact on alarm current
Detector Accessories & Remote Indicators
Accessories
PA0838 ZAU401 Zone Adaptor Unit
The ZAU401 (Rev 2) can be thought of as a single
zone circuit module that can be added to different
panels to make them compatible with specific
detectors. For example, it can be used with the
S231i+ flame detector. (Refer PBG0080). In
addition, the AZC characteristics of the ZAU401
make it particularly suitable for Intrinsically Safe
applications when used with I.S. barriers (refer
PBG0081). The ZAU401 (Rev 2) can support up to
2mA of quiescent detector current and uses a 3k9
5% ELD resistor. The detectors must provide current
limiting in alarm, or a series resistor must be included
to limit the alarm current to below 100mA or lower
if the detector has a lower maximum alarm current
rating. Its output voltage in alarm (to the panel) is
compatible with most panels, and the ELD used
(panel side) is that from the original panel. It operates
directly off the 24V panel supply, and draws
approximately 20mA in the normal condition. The
ZAU401 monitors the voltage provided by the panel
to its Zone+ input, and when this disappears during
a reset operation the ZAU401 turns off the supply to
its detectors – thus resetting them as well.
W500 Series detector cages are available in a range
of sizes to cater for most of the detectors that are
available through Tyco Safety Products. These white
powder coated steel protective cages are suitable for
applications where unprotected devices would be
vulnerable to accidental damage.
Part Numbers
W500
120mm dia x 80mm deep
W502
195mm dia x 120mm deep
W504
130mm dia x 105mm deep
W508
82mm dia x 110 deep (to suit T54B)
Wire Guard
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Round Remote Indicators
The E500 Mk2 range of remote indicators provide
remote indication of an alarm condition on a fire
detector. They are used where the fire detector is
installed in an inaccessible location, and indication of
alarm must be provided in an easily accessible area.
For example, where the detectors are in roof spaces
or cupboards, under the floor, or in hotel rooms, and
indication is required in the room or corridor.
Specifications
Operating Voltage
Alarm Current (min.)
Alarm Current (max.)
Luminous Intensity
Relative Humidity
Ambient Temperature
Part Numbers
E502
E521
E523
E524
E525
E526
E529
The 2098-1xxx range of remote indicators provide
remote indication of an alarm condition on a fire
detector. They are used where the fire detector is
installed in an inaccessible location, and indication of
alarm must be provided in an easily accessible area.
For example, where the detectors are in roof spaces
or cupboards, under the floor, or in hotel rooms, and
indication is required in the room or corridor.
Fire Alarm
Fire Alarm in Concealed Space
Fire Alarm in Room
Fire Alarm Above
Fire Alarm in Duct
Fire Alarm in Roof
Fire Alarm in Cupboard
Specifications
Operating Voltage
Alarm Current (min.)
Alarm Current (max.)
Luminous Intensity
Relative Humidity
Ambient Temperature
Part Numbers
2098-1110
2098-1111
2098-1112
2098-1113
2098-1114
2098-1115
2098-1116
4.5 to 30Vdc
1.6mA
[email protected]°C
[email protected]°C
as per AS2362.25
10% to 95% (n/cond)
-5°C to +75°C
4.5 to 30Vdc
1.6mA
[email protected]°C
[email protected]°C
as per AS2362.25
10% to 95% (n/cond)
-5°C to +75°C
Fire Alarm in Roof Space
Fire Alarm in Concealed Space
Fire Alarm in Cupboard
Fire Alarm Room
Fire Alarm in Return Air
Fire Alarm in Duct
Blank
Rectangular Remote Indicators
The E500 Mk2 range of remote indicators provide
remote indication of an alarm condition on a fire
detector. They are used where the fire detector is
installed in an inaccessible location, and indication of
alarm must be provided in an easily accessible area.
For example, where the detectors are in roof spaces
or cupboards, under the floor, or in hotel rooms, and
indication is required in the room or corridor.
Specifications
Operating Voltage
Alarm Current (min.)
Alarm Current (max.)
Luminous Intensity
Relative Humidity
Ambient Temperature
Part Numbers
E542
E551
E553
E554
E555
E556
4.5 to 30Vdc
1.6mA
[email protected]°C
[email protected]°C
as per AS2362.25
10% to 95% (n/cond)
-5°C to +75°C
Fire Alarm
Fire Alarm in Concealed Space
Fire Alarm in Room
Fire Alarm Above
Fire Alarm in Duct
Fire Alarm in Roof
Latching Remote Indicators
The E500 Mk2 range of latching remote indicators
provide latching remote indication of an alarm
condition on a fire detector. They are used typically
where a T54B probe type fire detector is installed
(which may be in an inaccessible location), and
indication of alarm must be provided in an easily
accessible area. For example, where the detectors
are in roof spaces or cupboards, exhaust hoods etc
and indication is required in the room or corridor.
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Specifications
Operating Voltage
Alarm Current (min.)
Alarm Current (max.)
Luminous Intensity
Relative Humidity
Ambient Temperature
Part Numbers
E561
E573
E574
E575
E566
4.5 to 30Vdc
1.6mA
[email protected]°C
[email protected]°C
as per AS2362.25
10% to 95% (n/cond)
-5°C to +75°C
Fire Alarm in Concealed Space
Fire Alarm in Room
Fire Alarm Above
Fire Alarm in Duct
Fire Alarm in Roof Space
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Fire Panel Ancillaries
AAM2 Alarm Acknowledge Module
The AAM2 Alarm Acknowledge Module provides a
facility to locally annunciate a smoke/CO detector
alarm, and for the occupant to acknowledge and
clear a false fire alarm without the fire brigade being
called. The AAM2 has no sounder and is used
with a detector mounted in a sounder base. The
AAM2 is usually installed in a single occupancy
unit (apartment, flat or single-person’s quarters)
along with 1 or more non-latching smoke/CO fire
detectors. When an alarm is detected the sounder
in the detector base and the red LED in the AAM2
operate and the occupant has (typically) 30 seconds
to acknowledge the alarm. This starts a further time
delay (typically 1-3 minutes), during which they must
clear the smoke to avoid calling the fire brigade. If
either time delay elapses and smoke is still present,
then the fire panel goes into alarm and the brigade
is called. As standard the AAM2 comes without a
face plate, these must be ordered separately. Two
different face plates are currently available:
The AAM2 is compatible with the MX4428/F4000
and Simplex 4100 FIPs. Refer to LT0304, AAM2
Installation Instructions.
Specifications
Operating Voltage
Quiescent Current
LED Current
Operating Temperature
Operating Humidity
Weight (typical)
Approvals
Time Limit
2-28Vdc
0μA
2-20mA
-5°C to +45°C
10% to 95% R.H (n/cond)
100g
CSIRO FTS-136
Panel Programmable
FP0894
The AAM2 can be used with the FA2317 face plate
for general alarm indication, annunciation and acknowledgement, eg, a Nurses Station. The FA2317
face plate has text labelling “Press to Acknowledge
Fire Alarm”. The AAM2 can be wired up to the fire
panel so the LED lights on alarm and an external
sounder operates as well. Pressing the button
silences the buzzer and turns off the LED.
FP0895
The AAM2 can be used with the FA2318 face plate
to make an Alarm Acknowledgement Module, as
FA2318 contains the additional text information and
space for the investigation time to be filled in on-site.
The AAM allows the resident of a Sole Occupancy
Unit (SOU) or apartment to acknowledge and clear a
false fire alarm without the fire brigade being called.
Part Number
FP0894
Alarm Acknowledge Module AAM2
with FA2317 Faceplate
Part Number
FP0895
Alarm Acknowledge Module AAM2
with FA2318 Faceplate
ME0420 AAM2 Alarm Acknowledge Module
(no sounder) is the basis for the AAM2. It comprises a
blank faceplate and backplate with PCB. A faceplate
with the required text is added to make up an AAM2
ki. The complete AAM2 unit is ordered as either
FP0894 or FP0895.
AAM4 Alarm Acknowledge Module
The FP0842 Alarm Acknowledge Module provides
a facility to locally annunciate a smoke/CO detector
alarm, and for the occupant to acknowledge and
clear a false fire alarm without the fire brigade being
called. The AAM4 with an inbuilt sounder is usually
installed in a single occupancy unit (apartment, flat
or single-person’s quarters) along with 1 or more
non-latching smoke/CO fire detectors. When an
alarm is detected the inbuilt sounder and red LED in
the AAM4 operate and the occupant has (typically)
30 seconds to acknowledge the alarm. This starts
a further time delay (typically 1-3 minutes), during
which they must clear the smoke to avoid calling the
fire brigade If either time delay elapses and smoke is
still present, then the fire panel goes into alarm and
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the brigade is called. The AAM4 is compatible with
the MX4428/F4000 and Simplex 4100 FIPs. Refer
to LT0276, AAM4 Installation Instructions.
Specifications
Operating Voltage
Quiescent Current
Alarm Current (max)
Alarm Current (max)
Operating Temperature
Operating Humidity
Weight (typical)
Approvals
Time Limit
18-28Vdc
0μA
23mA Sounder On
15mA Sounder Off
-5°C to +45°C
10% to 95% R.H (n/cond)
100g
CSIRO FTS-136
Panel Programmable
Part Number
FP0842
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V-Modem
A range of special V-Modems are available to
provide signalling of up to 7 voltage free signals
from one location to another (point to point). These
consist of a sender (with inputs) and a receiver (with
relay outputs) and operate over different types of
communication media. These may be supplied
under other part numbers as they may be built up in
cabinets with PSUs, etc. The sender SM0247 and
its reciever SM0248, sends 6 inputs to 6 relays,
PF input to relay, comms fail output at sender and
receiver. It uses built-in VF modem and requires a
2-wire full duplex (bi-directional) link using copper
wire, leased line or other derived audio circuit. The
sender SM0278 and its reciver SM0279, sends 6
inputs to 6 relays plus comms fail output at receiver.
It uses RS232 port, requires single direction (Sender
to Receiver) link using RS232, RS485, fibre optic
cable, or a derived RS232 link that supports 9600
baud, 8 data bits plus even parity.
Specifications
Operating Voltage
Power Consumption
Operating Current
Inputs/Outputs
Connections
Monitor Mode
Modem Mode
Features
• Connects to MX1, F3200, F4000, MX4428,
NDU, NLDU or PTM
• 16 Digital Inputs
• Automatically sends text messages on panel or
input changes of state
• Unrecognised strings can be sent to specially
mapped agents
• Supports alphanumeric pagers and SMS-capable
cell phones
• In-built GSM or CDMA data modem, or external
modem, or direct connection to paging system
• Uses PET/TAP protocol to paging system
• Dial-in access for programming and diagnostics
• Different zone events can be sent to different users
• 60 users on pagers/cell phones
• Available as packaged unit with mains PSU or
radio data modem, or board set
• Valid SIM card & coverage req’d for GSM version
• Billing acct & coverage req’d for CDMA version
Specifications
PSU Mains Voltage 240Vac (50 Hz) (+6%, -10%)
Power Consumption (mains) 5W
Nom. Output Voltage (+V) 13.7V
Nom. +VNB Voltage 14.4V
Quiescent Current
95mA (typ) battery (mains off)
CDMA/GSM ext. PSU 10-28Vdc 480mA
Dimensions (HWD) 295x240x80 mm
Part Numbers
FP0711
TPI in cabinet c/w PSU
FP0867
TPI in cabinet c/w GSM phone,
no PSU
PA0640
PCB only
The PA0711 is used
to interface an F4000
FIP with the RS485
network. The RS485
Communication Board is
mounted on the modem
connector, located at the
top of the F4000 Main
Board.
The PA0712 is used to
convert between RS485
and RS232 level signals.
Because RS485 links
can be much longer than
RS232, the PA0712 is
mainly used to transmit
serial data over long
cables between devices
which have RS232
serial ports (eg between
the F4000 printer port
and the printer). It can
also be used to interface
a PC with the RS485
network. PA0712
comes with LM0065, a
500mm long cable with
both a IBM PC RS232
DB9 socket and plug
fitted.
The PA0773 is used
to interface an F3200
FIP, MX4428 FIP,
PTM, NLDU, MODBUS
BRIDGE, RDU or
NDU with the RS485
network. This RS485
Communication Board
is mounted on four
metal stand-offs, which
are used for earthing
the PCB. This RS485
board connects to the
controller board via a
10 way FRC, which is
also used to power the
RS485 Board.
PA0711 RS485 Comms PCB 1901-139-1 Plug-on
(Modem connection to F4000 Main Board - external
power)
PA0712 RS485 to RS232 PCB 1901-139-2
(RS232 to RS485 - external power)
PA0773 RS485 Comms CMOS PCB 1901-139-3
FRC Only (FRC connection - including power)
V-Modem is an intelligent RS232 2400 baud
modem that can be programmed to operate over
either dial-up PSTN (Public Switched Telephone
Network) lines or leased lines. It is designed to allow
fire alarm equipment that is normally connected
using RS232, RS485 or similar to operate over
much longer distances, or to be accessed via a dialup PSTN connection.
Operating Temp
Relative Humidity
Dimensions
Part Number
FP0778
LM0164
LM0165
LM0166
LM0168
LT0243
9.5 to 29Vdc
1.2W
50mA @24V, 100mA @ 12V
RS-232, RJ-45
9600, 8, no parity, 1
19200/9600/4800/2400
/1200 8, no parity, 1
-5°C to +45°C
< 95% (non-cond.)
100 x 174 x 78 mm (HWD)
V-Modem
Loom RJ45 to DB25M 2.5m
Loom DB25F to DB9F 2m
Loom RJ45 to DB9F 2.5m
Loom DB9M to 4W Molex
V-Modem User’s Manual
Telepager Interface (TPI)
The Telepager Interface (TPI) receives alarm and fault
events from an MX1, F3200, F4000, MX4428,
NDU, NLDU or PTM fire panel, or from 16 digital
inputs, and selectively generates text messages to
alphanumeric pagers or text message capable (SMS)
mobile phones to notify users of the events.
Programming determines which zone events to send
to which users.
RS485 Network Interface
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LED Display Extender Kits
Optional Additional LED Display
Increasing the number of LED zone displays on either an F3200 or MX4428 requires 1 x ME0060 plus 1 x FZ3031 plus 1-3 x FP0475 as required.
The 7U Parallel LED Display mounts directly below the standard 4U LCD. The Zone LEDs are Alarm (Red); Fault (Yellow); Isolated (Yellow) with a Zone name space of
10mm x 60mm per zone on a paper label; eg. 2 lines of 23 characters at 10 per inch.
PA0454 16 Zone Display Board
FP0475 Display Extender Kit includes PA0454,
LM0046 0.5m FRC, standoffs, power
ME0060 7U Inner Display Door 1901-75 includes M6
screws, flat washers & cage nuts. It mounts up to 4 16 LED
display boards.
LM0049 Loom FRC 26W Style B 0.25m
leads, diffuser, Zone name label master
FZ3031 Display Extender Kit includes FP0475 with
LM0092 1.2m FRC in place of LM0046 use as first (LHS) display board
Looms and Cables
Looms and Cables
LM0041 MX4428/F4000 Cable Programming
Port to DB9 serial 1888-58
LM0042 MX4428/F4000 Cable Programming
Port to DB25 serial 1888-62
LM0053 Loom FRC 20W Style A 0.3m
LM0047 Loom FRC 26W Style D 1.3m
QE90 TRAN8872
LM0065 RS-485 Comms 10W FRC to DB9
LM0092 Loom FRC 26W F3200 MkII Controller to
First Display 1.25m
LM0185 MX4428 Molex to CMOS/RS-232
1901-214
LM0049 Loom FRC 26W Style B 0.25m
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LM0195 4100 MAPNET Power Harness
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Loom Style Types
Notes
1. The loom style connector types, cable cut length and cable style are specified in the loom routing.
2. The cut length for a flat ribbon cable (FRC) will generally be ‘Finished Length’ plus 50mm to allow for wastage.
3. Both ‘Bump Polarised’ sockets and ‘Transition’ connectors are illustrated. Looms can have combinations of these connectors.
STYLE A
PIN 1
STYLE B
RED STRIPE
CONN 1
PIN 1
CONN 2
CONN 1
BUMP
POLARISED
CONNECTORS
BUMP
POLARISED
CONNECTORS
TRANSITION
CONNECTORS
TRANSITION
CONNECTORS
PIN 1
RED STRIPE
CONN 2
FINISHED LENGTH
FINISHED LENGTH
STYLE C
STYLE D
RED STRIPE
CONN 1
PIN 1
CONN 2
RED STRIPE
CONN 1
BUMP
POLARISED
CONNECTORS
BUMP
POLARISED
CONNECTORS
TRANSITION
CONNECTORS
TRANSITION
CONNECTORS
FINISHED LENGTH
CONN 2
FINISHED LENGTH
STYLE E
PIN 1
RED STRIPE
CONN 1
CONN 2
CONN 3
BUMP
POLARISED
CONNECTORS
FINISHED
LENGTH A
FINISHED
LENGTH B
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Looms and Cables
ITEM CODE
EXTENDED DESCRIPTION
APPLICATION
LM0061
LOOM 1830-43 1830 MODEM TO 16 WAY FRC & DB25 PLUG
1830 MODEM
4100-KT0490K
4100U XSPS POWER SUPPLY LOOM & HARNESS KIT
4100U
LM0192
MAINS LEAD 4100-0157A
4100U
LM0194
LOOM 4100 DOOR SWITCH LOOM & ASSY 003-018
4100U
LM0195
LOOM MAPNET POWER HARNESS
4100U
LM0223
BATTERY LEAD SET 4100-0157AK
4100U
LM0288
LOOM ASE CNI-403ME SIGNAL CABLE 1963-80
ASE
LM0293
LOOM ASE G18 RADIO MODEM RF CABLE
ASE
LM0092
LOOM FRC 26W STYLE E F3200 MKII CTL TO 1ST DISP 1931-88 1.25M
F3200
LM0103
LOOM F3200 MCP+MICRO SWT LOOM 1931-97
F3200
LM0152
LOOM FRC 10W ECM/F3200 NETWORK X-OVER 0.7m
F3200
LM0104
LOOM F4000 MCP + MICRO SWT LOOM 1901-196
MX4428/F4000
LM0151
LOOM F4000 RING NET UPGRADE 1901-201
MX4428/F4000
LM0185
LOOM F4000 MOLEX TO CMOS/RS232 1901-214
F4000
LM0043
LOOM QE90 EXTENDER 699-090-1 FRC 20W 0.07M
QE90
LM0047
LOOM QE90 TRAN8872 TWISTED FRC 26W STYLE D 1.3M
QE90
LM0076
LOOM ECM PROG DB9F - DB9F 1922-25
QE90
LM0101
LOOM QE90 FRC 26W STYLE E 0.45M
QE90
LM0077
LOOM RZDU RS232 ECP H/LVL LNK 1922-26 1M
RZDU
LM0078
LOOM RZDU RS232 ECM H/LVL LNK 1922-27 3M
RZDU
LM0164
LOOM V-MODEM RJ45-DB25 MALE PLU 1963-55
V-MODEM
LM0165
LOOM V-MODEM PRG LD LM0164-DB9F 1963-55
V-MODEM
LM0166
LOOM V-MODEM RJ45-DB9 FEM PLUG 1963-55
V-MODEM
LM0168
LOOM V-MODEM DB9M TO 4W MOLEX 1963-55
V-MODEM
LM0041
LOOM F3200/F4000/FP4000/MX4428 PROG TO 9 PIN SERIAL 1888-58
LM0042
LOOM F3200/F4000/FP4000/MX4428 PROG TO 25 PIN SERIAL 1888-62
LM0065
LOOM RS485 COMMS BD FRC 10W - DB9 1901-174
LM0131
LOOM SERIAL PRINTER CABLE DB9(M) TO DB9(M) + DB9(F)
LM0138
LOOM DB9M-DB9F PINS STRAIGHT THROUGH 1.8M
LM0161
LOOM FRC 10W STYLE A 0.1M
LM0172
LOOM FRC 10W STYLE A 0.25M
LM0084
LOOM FRC 10W STYLE B 0.35M
LM0093
LOOM FRC 10W STYLE C 0.25M
LM0091
LOOM FRC 10W STYLE C 0.5M
LM0193
LOOM FRC 14W STYLE A 0.45M
LM0107
LOOM FRC 16W STYLE C 0.7M
LM0053
LOOM FRC 20W STYLE A 0.3M
LM0048
LOOM FRC 20W STYLE B 0.25M
LM0072
LOOM FRC 20W STYLE C 0.35M
LM0083
LOOM FRC 20W STYLE C 0.7M
LM0073
LOOM FRC 20W STYLE C 1.45M
LM0049
LOOM FRC 26W STYLE B 0.25M
LM0046
LOOM FRC 26W STYLE B 0.5M
LM0056
LOOM FRC 26W STYLE B 1.4M
LM0044
LOOM FRC 26W STYLE B 2.0 M
LM0045
LOOM FRC 26W STYLE B 5.0M
LM0098
LOOM FRC 34W STYLE B 0.8M
LM0060
LOOM FRC 34W STYLE B 1.2M
LM0143
LOOM FRC 34W STYLE B 1.7M
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AS1668 Controls and Gas Controls
AS1668 Control Module Kits
The AS 1668 modules/kit consist of small PCBs that are fitted with the required
components for several different AS1668 control and indication configurations.
While the kit was primarily developed by TSP to simplify factory assembly of
AS1668 panels, it is available to purchase for fitting to panels in the field.
A three position rotary switch gives control of the appropriate fan, by selection of
OFF, AUTO, or ON (from left to right). Three LEDs give indication of STOP, FAULT,
and RUN conditions. These are coloured green, yellow, and red respectively.
Refer to the relevant Product Bulletins and manual LT0159 for further information
regarding AS1668 kits.
For maximum flexibility, a number of common AS1668 type control circuits can
be achieved by using KT0113 module using different wiring configurations, and/
or by minimal PCB modification (ie. the cutting of two components).
Circuit Type
Part Numbers
FZ9011 7U Door 19” Rack, 5 x AS1668 Controls
FZ9012 7U Door 19” Rack, 15 x AS1668 Controls
KT0113 Kit, 1945-1-3 AS1668 Control Module Type 3
KT0478 Kit, AS1668 5 way Fan Control Module
3
Module Type Number
3
AZCs Used
2
Open Collectors Used
2
Relays Used
2
Load Current (max.)
1A
Load Supervised Option?
Yes
Fail Safe Load Option? (non- supervised load)
Yes
Air Flow Switch Supervised?
Yes
Fault If Not Running?
Yes
Fault If Not Stopped?
Yes
Fault After Delay?
Yes
Programmable Switch Logic?
Yes
Load RUN State Programmable?
Yes
All LEDs Programmable via Logic?
No
KT0113 Kit, AS1668 Control Module Type 3
* 1 Open Collector OR 1 Relay output (as available)
** Open Collector = 0.1A maximum
Relay Contacts = 1A maximum
KT0478 Kit, AS1668 5 way Fan Control Module
Includes PCB, 5x switch knobs and caps, 5x panel labels, 2x
26W FRC 2m cables, LT0368 instructions
FZ9011 7U Panel with 5 AS1668 Fan controls
FZ9012 7U Panel with 15 AS1668 Fan Controls
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Gas Control Modules
FP0570 Local Gas Control Station Automatic.
ME0440 3 Zone Gas Flood 7U Door and Loom
Local Gas Control Stations are used in
gaseous fire extinguishing systems to
provide local area manual control of a
release. The automatic version includes
a Gas Inhibit switch, buzzer and LED,
whereas the manual version does not.
ME0441 4 Zone Gas Flood 7U Door
ME0442 1 Zone Gas Flood 1U Door and Loom
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Gas Control Modules provide indication and control
of 1-4 zones of gas extinguishing on F3200
and MX4428 c.i.e. They are pre-wired modules
(requiring appropriate input/output modules). The
modules have a 12 way screw terminal block for
easy termination of the field wiring for the Local
Gas Control Stations, gas discharged pressure
switch, warning signs and gas release output. The
connection for the Alert/Evacuate warning signs is
a 2-wire polarity switched output that supports up to
10 AVI Mk2 units. All outputs can be supervised (this
requires appropriate programming and configuring in
the panel). The gas control modules provide LEDs for
each gas zone to indicate:
Gas Initiated (red)
Manual Release (red)
Gas Discharged (blue)
Gas Inhibited (yellow)
Gas Isolated (yellow)
System Inoperative (yellow);
A Gas Discharge Isolate switch that physically
isolates both poles of the gas release actuator output
is also provided for each gas zone.
Part Numbers
FP0570
1937-3-1 Local Gas Control
Station - Auto
FP0572
1937-3-2 Local Gas Control
Station - Manual
ME0438
1 Zone Gas Flood 7U Door & Loom
ME0439
2 Zone Gas Flood 7U Door & Loom
ME0440
3 Zone Gas Flood 7U Door & Loom
ME0441
4 Zone Gas Flood 7U Door & Loom
ME0442
1 Zone Gas Flood 1U Door & Loom
Fire Detection Product Catalogue
Vigilant Remote Annunciators
Compact Firefighter Facility
The Compact Firefighter Facility (FF) is a compact
fire alarm repeater panel for use as a remote brigade
access point to a networked fire alarm system. It
provides an AS4428.1 compliant alphanumeric
display of alarm information on a 2 line by 40
character LCD with a simple keypad. It is compatible
with the Panel-Link Network and associated range
of networked fire alarm systems, eg., MX4428,
F4000, and F3200. The Compact FF is able to
display alarms and selectively control fire alarm
panels connected to the network.
Specifications
Operating Voltage
Current (maximum)
Network I/F
Programming I/F
Rating
Cabinet (surface)
(flush)
Weight
9.6 to 28.8Vdc
380mA @ 9.6V
180mA @ 27V
RS-485 (panel-link)
DB-9 male RS232
IP41
250x150x50mm HWD
301x192x75mm HWD
2.5kg
Part Numbers
FP0865
FP0866
LM0076
Compact FF surface mount
Compact FF flush mount
DB9F-DB9F prog. cable
Nurse Station Annunciator (NSA)
The Nurse Station Annunciator is a compact fire
alarm repeater panel for use by non-technical
staff. It provides alphanumeric display of alarm
information on a 2 line by 40 character LCD with a
simple keypad. It is compatible with the Panel-Link
Network and associated range of networked fire
alarm systems, eg., MX4428, F4000 and F3200.
The NSA is able to display alarms from all fire alarm
panels connected to the network and this may be
modified by programming to determine which
alarms are displayed and what user responses are
available.
Specifications
Operating Voltage
Current (maximum)
Network I/F
Programming I/F
Rating
Cabinet (surface)
(flush)
Weight
9.6 to 28.8Vdc
380mA @ 9.6V
180mA @ 27V
RS-485 (panel-link)
DB-9 male RS232
IP41
250x150x50mm HWD
301x192x75mm HWD
2.5kg
Part Numbers
FP0880
FP0881
LM0076
Nurses station, flush mount
Nurses station, surface mount
DB9F-DB9F prog. cable
AS 4428 Network Display Unit (NDU)
FP0794 4U 19” Rack NDU Module
The NDU is a fire alarm repeater panel compatible
with the Panel-Link Network and the associated
range of networked fire alarm systems (eg. MX4428,
F4000, F3200). It provides alphanumeric display
of alarms on a 2 line by 40 character LCD and
keypad. The NDU is able to display alarms and status,
and control all fire alarm panels connected to the
network.
This may be modified by programming to achieve a
variety of display and control facilities. Its compact
“slimline” cabinet style has a flush mounting option,
optional full cabinet complete with MAF relays and
power supply, or 19” rack module. Local call point
input, optional individual zone LED displays are all
fully field programmable including: site name text,
zone name text, selective display of alarms based
on source panel and group membership. Analogue
addressable fire alarm point text displayed, database
save and restore to laptop/computer, event logging
to history file and optional printer.
Part Numbers
FP0790
FP0791
FP0792
FP0794
NDU, AS4428, MAF, PSU, full cab
NDU, AS4428 Slimline surf. mnt
NDU, AS4428 Slimline flush mnt
NDU, AS4428 4U, 19” rack module
Specifications
Power Supply
Quiescent Current
Alarm Current
Inputs
RDU MCP
RZDU Comms
Outputs
Printer
External 24Vdc
19mA
78 mA
Supervised, 10k ohm EOL
F3200/F4000 compatible
Pseudo RS232, Xon/Xoff,
300 to 9600 baud
LED Display/Relay
33 (max) external boards
Display Type
FFCIF to AS 1603.4
LCD
2 lines of 40 characters,
LEDs
FFCIF, status std; opt zone LEDs
Operating Temp
-5°C to +45°C
Relative Humidity
10% to 95% (n/cond)
Cabinet Size
177 x 450 x 50mm HWD
Shipping Weight
3 kg
CSIRO ActivFire Listed afp-789
AS 1603.4 Remote Display Unit (RDU)
FP0559 4U Slim Line Wall Mount
The RDU is a non-networked remote display
that offers a flexible range of options. It can be
programmed to process any selected zones
from one F4000, MX4428 or F3200, with no
requirement for these to be in a contiguous group.
In this way each RDU in a large system can be
assigned to display exactly the zones required at
that location. It is compatible with existing systems
because the text messages displayed on the LCD
are programmed locally. It also supports the up-load
of zone description from the fire panel. The RDU can
be used to add LCD facilities to any existing Vigilant
F4000 compatible fire alarm system. This achieves
enhanced operation with an LCD even for existing
fire alarm systems which do not have an LCD at the
main fire indicator panel.
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Specifications
As per AS 4428 NDU
Part Numbers
FP0558
FP0559
FP0731
FP0772
KT0177
LT0133
LT0148
SF0179
RDU, Full Cabinet
RDU, Slimline, wall mount
RDU to NDU upgrade kit
RDU, Slimline flush mount
Upgrade kit (1931-2-2 cont.)
Operator’s manual
Install & program manual
Software RDU V2.11
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Graphics
CCU1
Communications Control Unit
CCU3
A network of Communications Control Units
(CCU), called a CCUNet, can be used to connect
multiple fire indicator panels and other supported
devices to a central colour graphics system. This
provides system wide control and annunciation of
multiple fire detection systems. The CCU Network
system and fire indicator panels are interconnected
via dual redundant communication loops. The
redundant network can be used to transparently
route information around breakages and failures in
the network. Event annunciation information from
the fire panels is simultaneously routed via both the
network CCUNet links.
XL GRAPHICS - C/S
XL GRAPHICS - C/S
RS-485
CCU3
CCU3
MODBUS SLAVE
RS-232
Two methods of
connecting
CCU3/C-4100MB
to Simplex c.i.e.
RS-485
CCU3
RS-232
CCU3
MODBUS SLAVE
RS-232
RS-232
Two methods of
connecting
CCU3/C-MXMB
to Tyco MX4428 c.i.e.
SIMPLEX
MX4428
SIMPLEX
MX4428
MX4428
Simplex
Network
Vigilant
Network
Collective
Panel
CCUNet
Dial-up
Remote XL
Graphics
Terminal
MXL
Network
Pager
XL
Graphics
Terminal
The CCUNet has the capability to integrate numerous fire panel networks into
one simple colour graphics interface.
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MX4428
Fire Detection Product Catalogue
Example CCU System Diagram
CCUNet RS422
Redundant Loop
MXL Panels
Administration
Building
CCU3/F-NIM
CCU3/FST-F4000
(422)
CCU3/M-PAGER
(422)
CCU3/C4-F4000
(422)
Chemistry
Building
Vigilant Panels
CCU3/C4-F4000
(422)
CCU3/C-HUB
(422)
Fire & Security
Centre
CCU3/C-4100
(422)
Global Graphics
CCU3/C-4100
(422)
Simplex Panels
Arts
Building
CCU3/C-HUB
(422)
CCU3/C-4100
(422)
Campus TCP/IP
LAN or WAN
Squash
Courts
Collective Panels
CCU3/C-IO
(422)
CCU3/C-IO
(422)
Remote Access
Off-Campus
CCU3/M-RDM
(422)
CCU3/E-HUB
(422)
PSTN
Engineering &
Maintenance
Graphics
CCU3/M-RDM
(422)
Remote
Graphics
This example shows several buildings on a university campus each with their own different fire panels, linked together via CCU3s to a CCUNet by 2 loops.
XL Graphics
XL Graphics continually monitors life safety system
events such as alarms and provides vital assistance
to operators and emergency services personnel.
XL Graphics represents the very latest in interactive
graphics technology, combining ease of use and
programming in one software package. Utilising a
combination of symbols, floor plans, pictures and
text, XL Graphics displays the precise location of the
fire and gives instructions on what emergency action
should be taken. A detailed map of the area affected
can be printed automatically for use by personnel
responding to an emergency. Prompt response to
a fire emergency, with the correct action, provides
the opportunity to reduce financial loss and improve
life safety. XL Graphics is compatible with the
MX4428/F4000, F3200, QE90, Simplex 4100
and MXL Control Panels.
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Warning Systems
QE90
The Vigilant QE90 Emergency Warning and
Intercommunication System (EWIS) is designed
to facilitate the orderly evacuation of a building in
the event of an emergency. Integrating a flexible
alarm and voice warning system with a dedicated
emergency intercom system, the QE90 allows fire
wardens or emergency services personnel to easily
control and coordinate rapid building evacuation.
QE90 meets the installation requirements of control
and indicating equipment AS 1670.4, complies with
equipment standard AS 2220.1 and supports the
ISO 8201 T3 evacuation signal and strobe pattern.
Features
•
Modular system is readily expandable
•
Networked systems for site-wide
interconnection
•
High level input from compatible FIPs
•
Choice of amplifers providing a wide range of
output power
•
Optional standby amplifiers with automatic
changeover
•
Visual alarm outputs
•
Factory programmable evacuation sequences
•
Standard or custom voice messages (on-site
recordable)
•
Wiring supervision for amplifiers, speaker
lines, visual alarm outputs, FIP inputs, MCP
inputs, power supplies, WIP circuits and ECP
interconnection
•
Duplicated communications links between
equipment locations
•
Music & non-emergency paging (with
emergency override)
•
Paging console available for non-emergency
paging
•
Non-emergency voice messages
•
Range of attractive 19” rack cabinets
•
QECOST Software Tool for Windows assists
the purchaser to specify and estimate the cost
of a QE90 system
•
Complies with EWIS standard AS
2220.1-1989
•
Supports ISO8201 T3 evacuation signal
•
CSIRO ActivFire listing number afp-524
•
FPANZ listing number VF/406
Factory-Programmable Facilities:
• System configuration
• Control relay outputs
• Special cascade sequences
• Warden zones
• FIP/ emerg. call point input to zone mapping
• Special digitised voice messages
Basic System Comprises:
• Master Emergency Control Panel (MECP) complete
with full control facilities for both Emergency
Warning and Emergency Intercommunication
Systems
• Individual amplifier(s) per zone
• Alert/ Evacuate tones with automatic digitised
voice message
• Emergency public address
• Standard automatic alarm cascade sequence
• 3 WIP circuits per zone
• Full supervision of speaker, WIP and strobe lines
with visual indications and sounder
• Fire alarm inputs (one per zone)
• Master background music (BGM) input
• One BGM override output per amplifier
• Integral 24 Volt battery charger
• Storage for stand-by batteries
Site-Programmable Facilities:
•Time delays
- Alarm to Alert delay
- Alert to Evacuate delay
- Cascade step interval
• Alert/ Evacuate/ PA groups
• Background music zone selection
• Individual zone isolation
• Cascade enable/ disable
• Service fault history recall/ clear
• Redirection of Master WIP to field WIP (optional)
• Operation of non-emergency Paging Console
to perform WIP, BGM and general indication
functions
STOCK QE90 EWIS PANELS ARE
AVAILABLE - QS1000
Supplied in a standard pre-programmed
configuration suitable for applications
requiring no more than 10 zones of
50 watts. They are aimed primarily at
projects requiring a basic format and
quick delivery.
Specifications
Panel size
18U
21U
Optional Extra Facilities:
• More than 3 WIP circuits per zone
• Secondary Emergency Control Panel(s)
• Remote amplifier racks
• Multiple FIP/ emergency call point inputs per zone
• Emergency call point inputs
• 2 or 3-wire WIP/ emergency call point inputs
• Strobe (visual) alarm outputs (T3 option)
• Programmable relay outputs eg.
- Evac fault
- Any alarm
- Fault or alarm
- BGM override
- Auto/ Man/ Isol. - WIP fault
- WIP handset off hook
• Emergency control panel lighting
• Special cascade sequences
• Automatic test sequence
• Warden zones to alert wardens of alarm in another
area
• Monitor zones to repeat the highest priority signal
that other nominated zones are receiving
• After-hours timer input to override cascade
• Custom digitised voice messages
(multiple languages available)
• Stand-by amplifier(s) with automatic changeover
• Distributed amplifier system
• Inter-ECP WIP calls (for systems with more than
one ECP)
• Remote WIP phones via derived circuits
(eg. fibre optics, radio)
• WIP calls redirected to PABX, radio, or other WIP
• Remote WIP control panel
• Individual zone BGM inputs
• Remote BGM control panel
• Paging console programmable to also perform WIP
control and BGM control functions
• Paging chimes
• PABX paging interface
• Local zone non-emergency paging
• Event-logging printer
• High-level data links
• Networking
• Computer colour graphics SECP
28U
40U
Double 28U
Double 40U
Height (mm)
885
1050
1330
1865
1330
1865
Width (mm)
575
575
575
575
1150
1150
MECP Depth (mm)
380
350
380
380
380
SECP Depth (mm)
205
205
205
205
Maximum number of zones with
10W RMS Amps
8
20
20
40
80
25W RMS Amps
6
10
10
20
40
50W RMS Amps
4
10
10
20
40
100W RMS Amps
2
5
5
10
20
200W RMS Amps
2
2
2
4
8
Amplifier configurations can be mixed 10, 25, 50, 100, 200 Watt
Speaker Line Voltage
100V RMS at rated power output
WIP Zones (maximum)
10
18
20
42
90
SECP Zones (maximum)
1-18
19-34
35-42
43-74
75-90
Special or larger system configurations are available on request
Cabinet Material
1.6mm mild steel
Cabinet Finish
Baked epoxy
Colour
Cream Wrinkle BFF998CW (special colours available on request)
Operating Temperature
-5°C to +45°C
Operating Humidity
up to 95% RH (non condensing)
Power Supply
230VAC +10% -11%, 50Hz
A combined QE90/Fire Panel is available. Contact Simplex Fire Products for more information.
Refer to page 89 for a sample QE90 Configuration Sheet. These must be submitted with each QE90 order for both new panels and updates to
existing panels. Refer to the relevant TSP Product Bulletin for guidance on completing the configuration sheet.
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QE90 Ancillaries & Spares
FP0539 Paging Console
One or more Tyco FP0539 Paging Consoles may
be used with a QE90 system. Each console gives
selective zone paging for up to 30 zones. These
zones do not need to be the same as evacuation
zones. Programming of any combinations of
amplifiers into paging zones can be done by Tyco
Safety Products. If the system has more than 30
paging zones, then more than one Paging Console
can be used at the same location to address the
zones. The top of the Paging Console is removed
to obtain access to the terminations. Only one
microphone is required and it must be ordered
separately.
Specifications
Power Consumption
The PC-based Paging Console allows
announcements to be made to up to 480 QE90
zones from a single Windows 2000/XP workstation,
without requiring a separate physical paging
console. The PC Paging Console interfaces a PC and
microphone to the QE90 system. Control of paging
individual or grouped evacuation zones is provided
by software. Where the SU0168 microphone is
used, the “Press To Talk’ button on the PC screen is
used when a paging announcement is to be made.
When using the SU0169 microphone it is necessary
to use the PTT button on the microphone.
Specifications
Platform
Capacity
Output Voltage
Microphone Voltage
Frequency Response
Distortion
Dimensions (HWD)
Weight
Part Numbers
FP0539
SU0168
SU0169
<50mA (no zones select.)
<150mA (all zones select)
300 to 700mV
1 to 100mV
100 to 10kHz ±3dB
10mV input, <2%
80 x 410 x 210mm
4kg
Paging Console
Gooseneck Microphone
Desktop Microphone
FP0902 PC Paging Console
Connection
Dimensions (HWD)
Part Number
Windows 2000, XP
Supports 480 QE90 zones
and 10 user programmed
groups of zones
via audio and comms, PC
required with 2 free RS232
ports
310 x 238 x 105mm
FP0902
Hand Held Microphone with Press to Talk
The handheld dynamic microphone is fitted with a
press-to-talk button. It is suitable for plugging into
T-Gen 50 and QE90 to provide emergency PA and
recording of digitised speech message. Two models
are available; ME0213 has a DIN plug for use on
older QE90 ECP9002.
ME0290 has a flat plug for use on T-GEN and QE90
ECP9702.
Part Numbers
ME0213
ME0290
Microphone c/w DIN plug for
QE90 ECP9002
Microphone c/w flat plug for
T-GEN and QE90 ECP9702
SU0168 Gooseneck Microphone
The SU0168 Gooseneck Paging microphone is a
dynamic microphone with a cardioid polar pattern.
This elegant gooseneck microphone features
smooth, brilliant sound with excellent ambient
noise control and feedback rejection. Its screw
base is suitable for mounting on equipment or
permanent desk mounting . The slimline design of
this microphone makes it ideal for custom paging
consoles. Supplied with 200mm flying leads and
mounting kit for FP0539 Paging Console.
Specifications
Polar Pattern
Output Impedance
Rated Sensitivity
Frequency Response
Part Number
Cardioid (unidirectional)
600 Ohm balanced at 1kHz
-80dB (1kHz, 0dB=1 V/Pa)
150Hz-12KHz
SU0168
The SU0169 Paging microphone is a desktop
dynamic microphone with a cardioid polar pattern. It
features a short-off press to talk switch with an openoff type extra switch. It has low handling noise and a
600 ohm balanced output impedance. Compatible
with the FP0539 Paging Console.
Specifications
Polar Pattern
Output Impedance
Rated Sensitivity
Frequency Response
Cable
Cable Length
Termination
Dimensions (HWD)
Weight
Part Number
Cardioid (unidirectional)
600 Ohm balanced at 1kHz
-58dB (1kHz, 0dB=1 V/Pa)
100 Hz to 10kHz
2 core shielded plus 2 core
2.5m
5 pin DIN plug
215 x 100 x 150mm
440g
SU0169
SU0169 Desktop Microphone
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EA0404 WIP Phone
Designed specifically for use in Emergency Warning
Systems, Warden Intercom Points (WIPs) are used to
communicate between floor wardens and the main
Emergency Evacuation Panel. When the handset
is lifted, the Firephone automatically rings the
Emergency Evacuation Panel. When the Panel calls
the WIP, the call tone sounds through the speaker
in the body of the phone. When the handset is lifted,
it automatically switches from the speaker in the
body to the speaker in the handset. The firephone
is compatible with the Vigilant QE90 Emergency
Intercommunication System.
Specifications
Call Tone
> 80dB 1W/1m
Terminations
Screw Terminals
Material
Red ABS
Dimensions (HWD) 210 x 80 x 72mm
Weight
410g
CSIRO ActivFire Listed afp-524
Part Number
EA0404
EA0412 WIP Phone Surface Mount Enclosure
EA0412 is designed for use in Emergency Warning
Systems, for providing Warden Intercom Points
(WIPs) protection against impact.
The enclosure door is held closed by a magnetic
catch. The enclosure is finished in red powder coat.
Specifications
Material
Finish
Dimensions (HWD)
Weight
Part Number
Mild Steel
Red powdercoat
386 x 156 x 155mm
1.8 kg
EA0412
SU0608 Evacuation Manual Call Point
The SU0608 MCP is surface mounting, with a
plastic coated glass element to ensure reliable, safe
operation. It is coloured white (for EWIS applications)
to be used where a fire alarm system does not exist.
The call point is operated when the glass element is
snapped, releasing the MCP’s micro switch, which
signals an alarm to the EWIS panel. The element is
snapped by pressing on its centre – a hammer, or
other impact device, is not required.
Specifications
Max Current
Contact Resistance
Legend
Ambient Temp
Relative Humidity
Part Numbers
SU0608
515.001.025
Resistive 8A @ 30Vdc
Inductive 3A @ 30Vdc
100mOhm. (max)
Emergency Alarm
-30 to +70°C
95%(non cond.)
White MCP & Backbox
Spare Glass (pk 5)
STI-CIS Analyser and STI-CIS TALKBox
The STI-CIS Analyser measures the speech
intelligibility of a fire alarm evacuation signal. To
measure overall speech intelligibility, the STI-CIS
Analyser uses the STI measurement method
to factor in the effects of the warning system,
room acoustics (reverberations and echoes) and
background noise.
The STI-CIS Analyser comes equipped with its
own microphone and LED display and has buttons
to activate dBA and CIS measurements. There is
provision for a PC interface (RS-232) for use with the
STI-CIS Noise Effect Correction Software Tool.
Specifications - Analyser
Ambient Temp
0 to 50°C
Power Supply
8 x AA batteries/AC adaptor
Dimensions (HWD) 410 x 250 x 70mm
Weight
160g
Specifications - TALKBox
Power Supply1
12Vdc, 190mA via 8 x AA
batteries or AC adaptor at
500mA (12Vdc, tip positive)
SPL Output
0 dB to 100 dBA
(STI-PA test tone)
Ambient Temp
0 to 50°C
Dimensions (HWD) 470 x 360 x 180mm
Weight
520g
Part Numbers
STI-CIS
The TALKBox is used to send the STI-PA test tone
into the fire alarm warning system. It interfaces with
the system through its microphone input. A linelevel output is also available for systems with direct
line inputs. The TALKBox comes equipped with
its own CD player and speaker. The CD player has
controls to Play, Rewind, and Fast Forward the CD
with STI-PA test tone (supplied). However, pressing
Play on the CD player is all that is required to play
the test tone once you insert the STI-PA Test Tone
CD into the CD player. Power is supplied to the
TALKBox through a DC power supply (connected
to the Ext. Power socket) or batteries. The TALKBox
operates a minimum of 18 hours on eight AA
alkaline batteries.
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Analyser & TALKBox Kit
1. 92dB(A) STI-PA tone out
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QE90 Spares - Amplifiers
PA0650 EAMP9001
4x10W / 2x25W Zone Power Amp PCB
PA0688 1923-19
Microvac Mic Pre-Amp PCB
PA0647 AMP200
200W Amplifier Module PCB
PA0690 HAMP9308
2x50W Amplifier Module PCB
QE90 Spares - Transformer Modules
PA0691 HTRN9308-1
2x50W Transformer Module PCB
PA0695 HTMS9408-2
2x50W Transformer Music Switching Module PCB
PA0692 HTRN9308-2
1x100W Transformer Module PCB
PA0696 HTMS9408-2
1x100W Transformer Music Switching Module PCB
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PA0648 TRAN200
200W Transformer PCB
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QE90 Spares - Transformer Modules
PA0792 TRAN9705-2
4x25W Transformer Module c/w Relays PCB
PA0794 TRAN9705-4
2x25W Transformer Module c/w Relays PCB
PA0795 TRAN9706-1
4x10W Transformer Module without Relays PCB
PA0796 TRAN9706-2
4x10W Transformer Module c/w Relays PCB
QE90 Spares - Interface Modules
PA0657 SE9004 Signal Interface PCB
PA0621 RWIF9803
Remote WIP Interface PCB
PA0649 SPIF9709
SECP Panel Interface
PA0481 RZDU/RS232
Interface PCB 1901-100
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QE90 Spares
PA0689 WLED9307
QE90 WIP Flashing LED PCB
PA0622 MWIP9903
8 Circuit WIP Module PCB
PA0642 WIPS2000
WIP Slave 0V Ref Inputs PCB
PA0643 ECP9702-1
3 WIP/Zone Control PCB
PA0653 EMSP8911-2
3 WIP/Zone Display Keyboard
PA0916 WTRM2000
WIP Termination PCB
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QE90 Spares - Communications
PA0646 ALIM9706
Audio Line Isolator PCB
PA0697 STRM9502
Strobe/Relay Module (WEB) PCB with AS 2220/ISO 8201
Selection
PA0698 ECM9603
Evac Communications Module PCB
PA0651 FIB8910
FIP/BGA Master PCB
PA0652 FIPE9004
FIP/BGA Extension PCB
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PA0758/759 EMUX9601
Multiplexer 16/60s Speech PCB with AS 2220
and ISO 8201 Selection
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Warning System Generators
Mini-Gen Mk2
The Mini-Gen Mk2 has been designed to connect
directly to Tyco/Vigilant fire alarm panels, but may
be connected to other suitable panels. It utilises the
fire alarm panel’s warning system output supervision
to supervise the wiring (from the panel to the unit
and from the unit to the speakers) for open and
short circuit faults. Mini-Gen is available in 12V and
24V versions and has in-built software allowing
link selection to configure the Alert and Evacuate
signal type and timing including keywords and voice
message.
Specifications
Speaker Line Output
Load
Warning Signals
Other Tone
Dimensions (LWH)
FPANZ Listed
Part Numbers
4100-0895K
PA1025
PA1026
The T-GEN 50 tone generator and Public Address
amplifier module generates emergency warning
signals for alarm and evacuation systems where a
full EWIS to AS 2220 or AS 1670.4 is not required.
T-GEN 50 provides 50 watts rms of alarm tone into
a 100 volt line. Different tones can be selected
including the AS 2220 Alert and Evacuate signals
and the ISO 8201 Evacuate tone. T-GEN 50
provides fault supervision, Public Address facilities
and recorded speech message generation. Readily
available accessories ensure that installing the T-GEN
50 is quick and easy.
Specifications
T-GEN 50 (20 - 28V)
Power Output (@ 27Vdc) 50W (rms) tone,
25W (rms) speech
Warning Signals
AS 2220, ISO 8201
Other Tones
RH3, HeeHaw, Wail
PCB Dimension (LWH)
125x195x55mm
FPANZ Listed
VF/416
Part Numbers
PA0766
PCB Assy 1955-1-3,
ISO 8201, Aust & NZ
voice
PA0886
Bell, Aust & NZ voice
no tone
FP0698
T-Gen 50 3U rack mtg
ME0289
T-Gen 50 1U rack mtg
control panel
ME0290
Handheld Microphone
ME0291
T-Gen 50 A/I/E sw & brkt
ME0292
T-Gen 50 box, 003 lock
100V
20W max per unit
AS 2220, ISO 8201
RH3
93x67x35mm
VF/419
Simplex (on Amp bracket)
12V Mk2
24V Mk2
T-GEN 50
ME0289 T-GEN50 1U Rack Mounting Control Panel (incl. switch, loom & hardware) PA0766 not included.
FP0698 T-GEN50 3U Rack Mounting Panel (includes PA0766)
ME0291 T-GEN50 Auto/Isol/Evac Sw & Brkt
A standalone tone generator and PA
announcement system can be constructed
by using the T-GEN mounted in a cabinet (eg,
ME0292), together with the ME0291 Auto/
Isolate/Evacuate switch, and the ME0290
microphone. A suitable power supply is
also required, (eg Series 1948 24V 2 Amp
(FP0766) and 2 x 6.5 Amp hour batteries - this
is the same size as the T-GEN box).
ME0292 T-GEN50 Cabinet
ISO 8201 Strobe Driver Module
The ISO 8201 Strobe Driver generates an ISO 8201
compliant “T3” pattern for the Multi-Candela strobe
4906-9104.
It connects directly to a supervised relay output of
a fire alarm panel and drives one or more lines to
strobes with a synchronised T3 pattern.
The fire alarm panel’s output supervision supervises
the wiring from the panel to the strobes. The output
signals of up to 5 modules can be synchronised.
Four standoffs are supplied for mounting.
Specifications
Operating Voltage
Operating Current
Quiescent Current
Output Strobe Current
Dimensions
Mounting Pattern (mm)
Operating Temp
Relative Humidity
Indicators
Part Number
17 - 30Vdc.
25mA.
Nil.
2A max.
93 x 67 x 9.5 x 20 mm
Ø4 x 4 holes, 83 x 57
0°C to + 45°C
0% to 95% (non-cond.)
On (Red) 1
PA1043
1. This LED will flicker in time with the output cadence
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Bell Monitor
The Bell Monitor 1864-32 is a small module
designed to provide open and short circuit fault
(defect) supervision of an evacuation circuit of an
automatic fire alarm system, as required by NZS
4512 and AS 1670.1. It can be used to supervise
the evacuation circuit wiring of older fire alarm panels
that do not have this capability built in. Also, because
it contains its own evacuation circuit relay, it can
be used to extend or increase the evacuation load
capability of fire alarm panels that already have built
in evacuation wiring supervision.
Specifications
Operating Voltage
Operating Current
Evac cct sup current:
Evac cct sup voltage:
Evac sys voltage3
Evac sys current
Dimensions (HWD):
FPANZ Listing
Part Number
24V±20%
4mA (8mA LED on)
1.3mA
13V2
30Vdc max.
5Adc resistive max.
62 x 62 x 29 mm
VF/606
PA0494
2. Across 10k EOL 3. If separate from panel
Warning System Ancillaries
4906-9104 Synchronised Strobe
The 4906-9104 Multi-Candela strobe is a
high output xenon strobe capable of signalling
evacuation using the ISO 8201 “T3” temporal
pattern, as required by AS1670.4-2004 and AS
1670.1-2004. It is ceiling mounted and produces
white light with a link-selectable intensity of 15cd,
30cd, 75cd or 110cd. It is controlled by either the
ISO 8201 Strobe Driver Module (PA1043) or a
QE90 STRM Strobe Relay Module. A 24V output
cannot be used.
Specifications
Operating Voltage
Average Current1
Luminous Intensity2
Operating Temperature
Relative Humidity
Dimensions (LWD)
Housing Colour
Strobe Light Colour
Part Numbers
4906-9103
4906-9104
16-33Vdc
41 to 164mA
15 to 110 cd
0°C to +50°C
10% to 93% (non-cond.)
121x75x67mm
White
White (Clear)
Wall Mount
Ceiling Mount
1. Current depends on intensity 2. Selectable: 15, 30, 75, 110 cd
EA0301/2
Specifications
Operating Voltage
Operating Current
Flash Rate
Flash Energy
Protection
Dimensions
Weight
Part Numbers
EA0301
EA0302
24Vdc
80mA
130 fpm
0.6J
IP55
100 dia x 80 mm
160g
Amber AX-35
Red AX-35
EA0305/6
Specifications
Operating Voltage
Operating Current
Flash Rate
Flash Energy
Protection
Dimensions
Weight
Part Numbers
EA0305
EA0306
24Vdc
400mA
90 fpm
3.15J
IP55
100 dia x 94 mm
230g
Amber
Red
DLE201215A/R
ESS7010R
Specifications
Operating Voltage
Operating Current
Flash Rate
Luminous Intensity
Power
Protection
Ambient Temp
Dimensions
Weight
Part Numbers
DLE201215A
DLE201215R
Specifications
Op. Voltage
Op. Current
Flash Energy
Flash Rate
Operating Temp
Relative Humidity
Ingress Protection
Dimensions (HWD)
Weight
Part Number
20 to 28Vdc
250mA @24Vdc
5J
1Hz
-25°C to +55°C
up to 90% (n/c.)
IP55
86x86x83 mm
200g
ESS7010R
Specifications
Op. Voltage
Inrush Current 1
Op. Current 1
Flash Energy
Operating Temp
Relative Humidity
Dimensions (HWD)
Weight
Part Number
20 to 30Vdc
290mA
140mA
2.6J
-5°C to +60°C
10 to 95% (n/c.)
180x130x85mm
350g
40020
EA0313
Specifications
Op. Voltage
Inrush Current 1
Op. Current 1
Flash Energy
Operating Temp
Relative Humidity
Dimensions (HWD)
Weight
Part Number
Amber
Red
40020
20 to 30Vdc
290mA
160mA
2.6J
-30°C to +60°C
10 to 95% (n/c.)
250x150x80mm
450g
EA0313
1. Ratings at 24Vdc
1. Ratings at 24Vdc
Where two distinct visible signals are required, the Tyco EA0313 Dual Strobe unit is
available. The dual strobes operate at 24 volts and provide a 2.6 Joule output. The strobes
may be powered in tandem over a two wire circuit or independently over a 4 wire circuit.
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24Vdc
600mA
120 fpm
100 Cd (Amber)
15W
IP65
-20°C to +55°C
160 dia x 175mm
450g
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The 40020 is designed to be mounted on an external wall. It is
weather resistant and made of fire resistant ABS. Screws and caps are
supplied.
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ESS7111XR
ESS7010ISR
Specifications
Op Voltage
Op Current
Dims (mm)
Protection
Material
Approval
Part Number
ESS7111XR
24Vdc
270mA
Ø165 x 246
IP67
Aluminium
CENELEC
EExdIICT4
ESS7111XR
The ESS7111XR is a CENELEC approved EEx d IIC T4 device that is capable of
automatically synchronising its flash rate with other adjacent beacons. The flash
intensity is rated at 5 Joules. It features an adjustable stainless steel mounting
bracket and is rated to IP67.
HS-15EEXIINT
EX II 3 G
Certified by/Certification code/Number: NEMKO /
EEx nA II T6 / 03 ATEX3286
Specifications
Op. Voltage
Op. Current
Flash Energy
Flash Rate
Operating Temp
Relative Humidity
Ingress Protection
Dimensions (HWD)
Weight
Part Number
10 to 28Vdc1
25mA @24Vdc
5J
120 fpm
-40°C to +60°C
up to 90% (n/c.)
IP56
86x86x93 mm
400g
ESS7010ISR
1. Via zener barrier
The ESS7010ISx is an EExia rated LED warning light. It is rated ATEX EExia IIC T4,
certificate ITS02ATEX2006.
100V Line Ex Rated Horn Speakers
Specifications
HS-15EEXIINT HP-20EEXIINT
Line Voltage
100V
100V
Power Rating
15 W
20 W
0.8,2,4,5,7.5,15 1.5,2,5,6,10,20
Power Taps
SPL 1W/1m
107 dB
110 dB
SPL @ rated power 118 dB
122dB
Eff. freq. range(Hz) 370-7000
310-8000
Dispersion
(-6dB 1&4kHz)
150° / 40° 115° / 30°
Material
Alum.
Polyamide
Weight
2.8 kg
2.3 kg
IP-rating
IP67
IP67
Ambient Temp
-50 to +50°C -50 to +150°C
Dimensions (dia x L) 163x247
237 x 286
BASEEFA / Ex ds IIB+H2 T6 / Ex 81218
Part Numbers
HS-15EEXIINT HP-20EEXIINT
HP-20EEXIINT
EX II GD Zone 22
Certified by/Certification code/Number: NEMKO /
EEx nA II T3 / Nemko 03ATEX3568
EA0013 100V Line 10W Horn Speaker
This ABS horn speaker is designed primarily for
distributed paging systems where a high degree
of speech articulation and program clarity is
paramount. Typical applications include schools,
train/bus stations, airports, car parks and plant
rooms. An adjustable power tap switch is provided,
as is a 22μF bipolar isolation capacitor to permit line
monitoring function when employed with Warning
System installations. A 4 core loop-through flying
lead is provided.
Specifications
Power Rating
Power Taps
Sound Pressure Level
Frequency Response
Isolation Capacitor
Dispersion Angle
Dimensions (L x dia)
Ingress Protection
Part Number
10W
1.25, 2.5, 5, 7.5, 10W
104dB, [email protected]
114dB, [email protected]
300Hz to 13kHz
22μF Bipolar
110°
255 x 180 mm
IP66
EA0013
EA0016 100V Line 20W Horn Speaker
This plastic horn speaker is designed primarily for
distributed paging systems. The speakers have
clear speech reproduction to ensure intelligibility of
announcements. Power taps are adjustable to suit
the power rating of the amplifier or the area to be
covered. The speakers are fitted with a 22μF bipolar
capacitor for line monitoring and a 4 core flying lead
for loop-in and loop-out connections. Each speaker
has nickel-chromium plated mild steel hardware
included, making them ideal for aquatic centre
installations.
Specifications
Power Rating
Power Taps
Sound Pressure Level
Frequency Response
Isolation Capacitor
Dispersion Angle
Dimensions (dia x L)
Ingress Protection
Part Number
20W
5, 7.5, 10, 15, 20W
108dB 1W @ 1m
121dB 20W @ 1m
275Hz to 10kHz
22μF Bipolar
70°
212 x 285 mm
IP66
EA0016
Specifications
Power Rating
Power Taps
Sound Pressure Level
Frequency Response
Dispersion Angle
Dimensions (dia x L)
Weight
Ingress Protection
Part Number
30W
5, 10, 15, 30W
125dB 30W @ 1m
300Hz to 14kHz
110°
270 x 350 mm
2.6 kg
IP65
EA0017
EA0017 100V Line 30W Horn Speaker
Ideal for harsh industrial environments this 30W
horn speaker is constructed from spun aluminium
painted in an industrial grade epoxy. This model
features screw terminal connections eliminating the
need for soldering. Power taps are selected by an
inbuilt switch, adjustable with a screwdriver. Includes
a universal swivel mounting bracket.
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EA0005 ‘One Shot’ 100V Line Speaker
The ‘One Shot’ PA speaker and grille is designed
to install easily into 10 to 13mm gyprock/plaster/
acoustic ceilings. Simply drill the required size
hole, terminate the wiring and push the speaker
into the ceiling until it snaps into place. They are
designed to meet the requirements of AS2220.1,
with a transformer cover and 22μF capacitor. The
transformer has 5 power taps from 0.33 to 5W and
a 4 way terminal block.
Specifications
Power Rating
Power Taps
Sound Pressure Level
Frequency Response
Ceiling Cutout
Part Number
5 Watts
0.33, 0.66, 1.25, 2.5, 5W
92dB 1W @ 1m
100Hz - 15kHz
140mm diameter
EA0005
EA0006/7 - 100V Line Ceiling Recessed Speakers
Speaker Grille
EA0007 Speaker
EA0006 Speaker
Specifications - EA0006
Power Rating
10W rms
Driver Impedance
8 Ohm
Power Taps
0.33, 0.5, 1, 2.5, 5W
Sound Pressure Level
92dB 1W @ 1m
Frequency Response
75Hz to 20kHz @-6dB
Line Voltage
100V
Directivity @ 2kHz
160°
Size
diameter 100mm
Part Numbers
EA0102
Grille
EA0104
Screw Covers pkt 80
The Tyco EA0006 and EA0007 speakers feature
a tapped line transformer with cover, 5 position
terminal strip and line supervisory capacitor. EA0006
is a 100mm diameter cone speaker suitable for
concealed mounting in ceilings. EA0007 is a
200mm diameter cone speaker suitable for recessed
mounting. Both speakers comply with the electrical
safety requirements of AS 60950.
Specifications - EA0007
Power Rating
10W rms
Driver Impedance
8 Ohm
Power Taps
0.33, 0.5, 1, 2.5, 5W
Sound Pressure Level
93dB 1W @ 1m
Frequency Response
50Hz to 20kHz @-6dB
Line Voltage
100V
Directivity @ 2kHz
140°
Size
diameter 200mm
Part Numbers
EA0101
Grille
EA0104
Screw Covers pkt 80
EA0700 100V Line Surface Mount Speaker
This fitting has been designed to mount directly
to the underside of concrete slabs or inaccessible
ceilings. The housing is mounted to the surface
using concealed internal fixings. Once mounted,
the grille and speaker assembly simply screws to
the housing. Cable entry can be either from the
rear, or via surface mounted conduit (four 19mm
conduit knockouts are provided). It is ideal for use
in plant rooms, warehouses, shopping centres etc.
The 100mm speaker is fitted with a transformer
with taps of 0.33 to 5W on 100V line PA systems.
A 4 way wire protected terminal strip and a 22μF
bi-polar capacitor for line monitoring applications is
included.
Specifications
Power Rating
Power Taps
Sound Pressure Level
Frequency Response
Dimensions
Part Number
These 100V line audio attenuators install in a
standard electrical flush box or mounting block.
Screwdriver terminals enable a simple and neat
connection. Models for 10W ,40W and 100W are
available with an override relay facility. With fire
evacuation systems it is necessary to override the
attenuator setting to broadcast an announcement at
full volume. The override relays can be configured to
operate in two modes. The standard mode requires
24Vdc applied to the relay coil to override the
volume setting. The fail-safe mode requires 24Vdc to
allow the attenuator to operate normally.
Specifications
Power Rating (100V line)
Attenuation (dB)
Relay Override
Operation Voltage
Wall Box Size
Part Numbers
5W
0.33, 0.66, 1.25, 2.5, 5W
87dB, 1W @ 1m
100Hz - 20kHz
220 dia x 55H mm
EA0700
100V Line Audio Attenuators
A2245 10W Models
and 40W Models
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10W 40W
0 to 26.3
100W
0 to 33
24Vdc typical
1 gang 1 gang 2 gang
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Multi-Tone Sounder
576.501.005 Multi-Tone
with IP45 protection
576.501.016 Multi-Tone
with IP66 protection
Specifications
Operating Voltage
9 to 30Vdc
Operating Current
7mA (24Vdc - ISO 8201 T3 tone)
Sound Pressure Level 103 dB(A) (T3 tone)
Size (H x Dia)
75(97*)x90 mm (*deep base)
Operating Temp
-40°C to +70°C
Ingress Protection
IP45 or IP66
Part Numbers
576.501.005 or 576.501.016
Squashni Sounder
The Squashni electronic sounder is the original
ceiling sounder for use as a universal fire detector
platform or as a stand alone sounder complete
with blank cover. It comes preset to tone 3 with
a volume control and is fully compatible with
Roshni tones, synchronised start.
Specification
Operation
Operating Voltage
Current
Starting Current
Starting Time 1
Sound Output 1
Tones
Synchronisation
Operating Temperature
Line Monitoring
Ingress protection
Dimensions (mm)
Weight
Part Number
Continuous
10 to 28Vdc
18mA (tone 3)
30mA for 2ms
1.5ms
87 to [email protected]
28
Synchronised start
-40°C to +80°C
Reverse polarity
IP54
112 dia x 30 deep
155g
310-16F
1. Tone dependant
GX93 Mini Horn Sounder
The GX93 is ideal for applications where a
dependable alarm signal is required in hotels,
dormitories, apartments, and other installations.
The unit is shipped with link J1 inserted for ISO
8201 T3 Temporal pattern tone. Remove J1 for
continuous horn signal. The GX93 is intended
for indoor installation only. This appliance is not
weather-proofed for outdoor applications.
The GX93 is available in red or white versions.
* The sound output for the Temporal 3 tone is rated lower; the
time the horn is off is averaged into the sound output rating.
While the horn is producing a tone in the Temporal 3 mode its
sound pressure is the same as the continuous mode.
Specifications
Operating Voltage
Alarm Current
Sound Pressure Level
Continuous Tone
Temporal 3 Tone
Operating Temperature
Dimensions
GX-93R
GX-93W
Part Numbers
77 to 85dB @ 3m
75 to 81dB @ 3m*
0 to +49°C
GX93R
GX93W
Red Mini Horn Sounder
White Mini Horn Sounder
8 to 33Vdc
22mA (24Vdc)
122x53x19mm (HWD)
114x72x13mm (HWD)
DB3 Flameproof Horn Sounder
corrosion free product. A tapered flamepath is used.
The DB3 sounder volume is adjustable from 93dBA
at 50mA** to 115dBA at 350mA**
**Input current is measured with 24V input voltage, tone
970Hz continuous
The DB3 Horn Sounder is a high power device
designed for use in potentially explosive
atmospheres and harsh environments. Stainless
steel screws and sinter are incorporated to ensure a
Approvals
CENELEC EN50014,18,19
BASEEFA Cert No BAS00ATEX2097X
EExd IIC 100°C (-55 to +55°C amb)
T5 Zone 1 & Zone 2
UL Listed
Class 1 Div 2, Groups A-D
Class 1 Zones 1 & 2, AExd IIC T4
Listing No E203310
GOST
1Exd IIC T4 & 1Exde IIC T4
Certificate No A-0759
Specifications
Operating Voltage
Rated Current*
Sound Pressure Level*
Tones
Cable Entries
Terminals
Temperature
EExd
UL
GOST Exd
Weight
Ingress Protection
Part Number
24Vdc
380mA @ 24Vdc
115dBA ± 3dBA
27 user selectable
1 x 20mm EExd
6 x 2.5mm2
-20°C to +55°C
-55°C to +55°C
-20°C to +50°C
6kg
IP66
576.501.043
* tone dependent
FP0875 Isolation Amplifier
The FP0875 Isolation Amplifier connects to an
existing 100V speaker line and reproduces this
signal at up to 50W load on a separate supervised
100V line. It is suitable for use with speech and
music as well as with warning tones. The 100V
output line from the amplifier is electrically isolated
from the input 100V line, so noise or other signals
on the output line are kept separate and do not affect
the input line. The Isolation Amplifier requires a
nominal supply of 27Vdc.
Specifications
Supply Voltage
Quiescent Current
Active Current
Input Signal
Output Voltage
Output Power
Dimensions (HWD)
Part Number
Features
•
CE marked
•
Low cost
•
Extra high 94dBA/m
•
Slim profile (53mm)
•
Fully suppressed and polarised
•
Quick and easy to install
Specifications
Operating Voltage
Rated Current
Sound Output
Operating Temp
Colour
Weight
Part Number
19.6V to 28.8Vdc
57mA1
2.2A (50W @ 27Vdc)
100V rms @ 1W max.
100V rms
50W rms2 / 25W3
240x295x80 mm
FP0875
1. No speech or background music
2. Tones 3. Speech/music
200mm Motorised Bell
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24Vdc
30mA @ 24Vdc
95dBA @ 1m
-10°C to +50°C
Red
1420g
BELL01
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Audio Visual Indicators (AVI)
FP0853 AVI MK2 2 LINE RED Shown with FA2301
Facia
Specifications
Operating Voltage
19 to 28Vdc
Current (@24Vdc)
1 Line & tone
45mA
2 Lines & tone
62mA
3 Lines & tone
80mA
4 Lines & tone
97mA
Luminance
300cd/m2 - 1Hz Flash
Sound Pressure
90dBA @ 1m axial
Dimensions (HWD)
206x316x85 mm
Designed to comply with AS1603.11
Part Numbers
FP0853 AVI Mk2 2 line red
FP0854 AVI Mk2 3 line yellow
KT0292* Exp Kit: red LED PCB + hardware
KT0293** Expansion Kit: red double sided
FA2300 ‘FIRE ALARM EVACUATE AREA’ 2 line red
FA2301 ‘FIRE ALARM DO NOT ENTER’ 2 line red
FA2302 ‘DO NOT ENTER CO2 GAS DISCHARGED’
3 line red
FA2303 ‘DO NOT ENTER FM-200 GAS
DISCHARGED’
3 line red
FA2304 ‘DO NOT ENTER INERGEN GAS
DISCHARGED’ 3 line red
FA2306 ‘CO2 SYSTEM INOPERATIVE’ 3 line
yellow
FA2307 ‘FM-200 SYSTEM INOPERATIVE’
3 line yellow
FA2308 ‘INERGEN SYSTEM INOPERATIVE’
3 line yellow
The AVI Mk2 is an illuminated warning sign that
produces distinct audible and visual indication of
an emergency. It is designed for use with fire alarm
or gaseous fire extinguishing systems, or other
applications where clear audio-visual warning is
required. On activation, the AVI’s internal LEDs
illuminate the lettering on the 2 or 3 line sign
faceplate/s and the internal loudspeaker produces
either ISO 8201 or AS 2220 audible warning
signals. The internal speaker has a link selectable
Quiet option that reduces the tone volume by 10dB.
programmable using internal links. This way,
the AVI can readily display either two-stage or
alternate warnings. Up to four lines of text may be
accommodated on the faceplate, although use of
two or three lines is standard. For situations with low
ambient light, the sign illumination can be reduced
by removing a resistor in each LED Board driver.
This also reduces current consumption. Expansion
options include an LED board kit to convert a red
2-line unit to 3-line and a back-box kit to expand a red
2-line unit to ceiling mounted, double sided format.
FA2310
‘WARNING FIRE DOOR CLOSING’
3 line red
FA2476
Configuration Options
Illumination of the top and bottom sign sections
and selection of the tones to be used is field
Several AVIs may be synchronised by connecting
the ‘Sync’ terminals (an additional wire is required
between units).
‘EXTINGUISHING SYSTEM
INOPERATIVE’ 3 line yellow
*adds a 3rd LED board to make 3 line red sign
** adds 2nd cover & base with 2 LED boards for ceiling
mounted double sided 2 line red sign
FP0854 AVI MK2 3 LINE YELLOW
KT0292 AVI MK2 EXPANSION RED
LED PCB & HARDWARE
KT0293 AVI MK2 RED DOUBLE
SIDED EXPANSION KIT
FA2300 AVI MK2 FACIA &
DIFFUSER,FIRE ALARM,EVACUATE
AREA
FA2301 AVI MK2 FACIA &
DIFFUSER,FIRE ALARM,DO NOT
ENTER
FA2302 AVI MK2 FACIA &
DIFFUSER,DO NOT ENTER,C02
DISCHARGED
FA2303 AVI MK2 FACIA &
DIFFUSER, DO NOT ENTER, FM-200
GAS DISCHARGED
FA2304 AVI MK2 FACIA &
DIFFUSER, DO NOT ENTER, INERGEN
GAS DISCHARGED
FA2306 AVI MK2 FACIA &
DIFFUSER,CO2 GAS SYSTEM
INOPERATIVE
FA2307 AVI MK2 FACIA &
DIFFUSER, FM-200 GAS SYSTEM
INOPERATIVE
FA2308 AVI MK2 FACIA &
DIFFUSER, INERGEN GAS SYSTEM
INOPERATIVE
FA2310 AVI MK2 FACIA &
DIFFUSER, WARNING FIRE DOOR
CLOSING
FA2476 AVI MK2 FACIA &
DIFFUSER,EXTINGUISHING SYSTEM
INOPERATIVE
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Fire Detection Product Catalogue
Batteries and Power Supplies
Batteries
Part Number
PS1270
PS12120
PS12180
PS12240
PS12400
PS12650
-
Model No.
LA12-1.2
LA12-4
LA12-7
LA12-12
LA12-17
LA12-24
LA12-40
LA12-70
LA12-100
Voltage (V) Ah
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
1.2
4
7
12
17
24
40
70
100
Dimensions (mm)
Length Width
97
47.5
90
70
150
65
151
98
180
75
175
165
197
165
350
166
331
173
Height
55
106
98
98
168
125
170
174
240
Weight (kg)
CSIRO Listing
0.65
2.1
2.8
4.7
6.0
9.0
14.5
24.1
31
afp-1558
afp-1558
afp-1558
afp-1558
afp-1558
afp-1558
afp-1558
afp-1558
afp-1558
Tyco rechargeable batteries are lead-lead
dioxide systems. The dilute sulphuric
acid electrolyte is suspended and thus
immobilised. Should the battery be
accidentally overcharged producing
hydrogen and oxygen, special oneway
valves allow the gases to escape thus
avoiding excessive pressure build-up.
Otherwise, the battery is completely
sealed and is, therefore, maintenancefree and leak proof.
24Vdc Power Supplies for QE90/MX4428/F4000
ME0331 - 24Vdc 6A (QE90)
ME0340 - 24Vdc 6A (MX4428)
PSU2406 and PSU2412 power supplies feature
combined power supply and constant voltage,
temperature compensated, battery charging facilities
to suit QE90 evacuation systems and
MX4428/F4000 fire indicator panels.
The range of models includes 6 Amp in 19” rack
mounting (2U) or gear-plate mounting (brick) and 12
Amp in 19” rack mounting (2U).
Informative LEDs provide diagnostic indications for
ease of servicing.
A green LED on the front panel indicates operation
and its flash cadence indicates current loading.
A yellow LED provides fault indication with the
flash cadence identifying the fault type. The power
supplies require a mains power input of 230V 50Hz.
ME0330 - 24Vdc 6A Brick (QE90)
ME0334 - 24Vdc 6A Brick (MX4428)
ME0333 - 24Vdc 12A (QE90-PSU2412)
Specifications
2406
2412
Output
24Vdc 6A
24Vdc 12A
19” Rack Type
Dimensions (mm HWD) 89x483x123 89x483x180
Brick Type
Dimensions (mm HWD) 96x262x158
CSIRO ActivFire Listed afp-1290
Part Numbers
19” Rack Type
QE90
ME0331
ME0333
MX4428
ME0340
ME0343
Brick type
QE90
ME0330
MX4428
ME0334
Accessories
PA0813
Monitor/Term PCB - Spares
ME0343 - 24Vdc 12A (MX4428-PSU2412F)
FP0754 24Vdc 6A AS 1603.4 & AS 4428 MX4428/F4000 Power Supply
FP0754 comprises an ME0334 (PSU2406F ‘brick’)
power supply for AS 1603.4 & AS 4428 MX4428/
F4000 mounted within the FP0576 8U 19” rack
battery box which has a similar finish to the range
of standard Vigilant 19” Rack Cabinets. The cabinet
provides IP51 protection and the door is secured
with 003 lock. Use with indicator PCB, PA0848 for
LED indication on cabinet door of Mains On, Charger
Low, Charger High, Battery Fail, Battery Low.
Specifications
Output
Input
Battery Capacity
Dimensions (HWD)
Cabinet
Ingress Protection
Part Number
24Vdc 6A
230Vac 50Hz
40Ah
440x550x211mm
1.6mm mild steel, powder
coat cream wrinkle
IP51
FP0754
FP0803 24Vdc 12A Power Supply
FP0803 comprises an ME0343 (PSU2412F 2U
rack mounted) power supply for AS 1603.4 &
AS 4428 MX4428/F4000 mounted within the
FP0576 8U 19” rack battery box which has a similar
finish to the range of standard Vigilant 19” Rack
Cabinets. The cabinet provides IP51 protection and
the door is secured with 003 lock. Use with indicator
PCB, PA0848 for LED indication on cabinet door of
Mains On, Charger Low, Charger High, Battery Fail,
Battery Low.
Specifications
Output
Input
Battery Capacity
Dimensions (HWD)
Cabinet
Ingress Protection
Part Number
24Vdc 12A
230Vac 50Hz
40Ah
440x550x211mm
1.6mm mild steel, powder
coat cream wrinkle
IP51
FP0803
FP0804 24Vdc 2.5A AS 1603.4 F4000 Power Supply
FP0804 comprises a power supply for AS 1603.4
F4000 mounted within the FP0576 8U battery box
which has a similar finish to the range of standard
Vigilant 19” rack cabinets. The cabinet provides
IP51 protection and the door is secured with a
003 lock. Use with indicator PCB, PA0848 for LED
indication on the cabinet door of Mains On, Charger
Low, Charger High, Battery Fail and Battery Low.
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Specifications
Output
Input
Battery Capacity
Dimensions (HWD)
Cabinet
Ingress Protection
Part Number
24Vdc 2.5A
230Vac 50Hz
40Ah
440x550x211mm
1.6mm mild steel, powder
coat cream wrinkle
IP51
FP0804
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FP0576 Empty Battery Box
This battery box provides 8U of 19” rack capacity
and has a similar finish to the range of standard Tyco
19” Rack Cabinets - 1.6mm mild steel construction,
with powder coated, cream wrinkle finish. The
cabinet provides IP51 protection and door is
secured with 003 lock. Battery capacity is 80Ah
using 2 x PS-12800 batteries or up to 120Ah using
PS-12400 batteries.
Specifications
Dimensions (HWD)
Material
Ingress Protection
Part Number
440x550x211mm
1.6mm mild steel, powder
coat cream wrinkle
IP51
FP0576
Specifications
Output
Input
Battery Capacity
Dimensions (HWD)
CSIRO ActivFire Listed
FPANZ Listed
Part Number
24Vdc 2A
230Vac 50Hz
6.5 Ah
295x240x80mm
afp-1341
VF/629
FP0766
Specifications
Output
Input
Battery Capacity
Dimensions (HWD)
CSIRO ActivFire Listed
FPANZ Listed
Part Number
12Vdc 0.5A
230Vac 50Hz
6.5 Ah
295x240x80mm
afp-1341
VF/629
FP0802
Specifications
Output
Input
Battery Capacity
Dimensions (HWD)
CSIRO ActivFire Listed
FPANZ Listed
Part Number
24Vdc 2A
230Vac 50Hz
2 x 12 Ah
230x360x130mm
afp-1341
VF/629
FP0852
FP0766 PSU1948 24Vdc 2A Power Supply
Series 1948 Power Supplies are designed
specifically for use in fire alarm systems. They provide
a compact, self-contained 24 volts dc mains power
supply. Their built-in facilities to monitor the charging
voltage and battery capacity make them ideal for
powering brigade signalling equipment, detectors,
warning devices and ancillary equipment. If the
charging voltage or battery capacity becomes low
they activate a warning indication and output. Sealed
lead-acid batteries may be purchased separately.
FP0802 PSU1948 12Vdc 0.5A for ASE
The FP0802 Series 1948 Power Supply is designed
specifically for use with the Centaur Alarm Signalling
Equipment. The ASE must be ordered separately. A
blanking plate is fitted in the ASE opening.
FP0852 PSU1948 24Vdc 2A ‘VESDA’ Power Supply
This Series 1948 Power Supply is designed
match the VESDA LaserPLUS and LaserSCANNER
detectors in size and colour. The FP0852 provides
a compact, self-contained 24 volts dc mains power
supply, with built-in facilities to monitor the charging
voltage and battery capacity. make them ideal for
powering brigade signalling equipment, detectors,
warning devices and ancillary equipment. If the
charging voltage or battery capacity becomes low
they activate a warning indication and output. Sealed
lead-acid batteries may be purchased separately.
FP0874/FP0882 MX4428/F4000 24Vdc 2.5A Power Supply
The FP0874/FP0882 Power Supplies are direct
replacements for older FP0825/FP0474 supplies.
The FP0874 is used in MX4428 panels (or F4000
upgraded to V3.10+ software).
The FP0882 is used in F4000 AS1603.4 panels (it
has the battery test resistors required by
AS 1603.4).
Both supplies feature a 3 pin GPO, replacing the
metal mains cover & panel mount mains switch.
Specifications
Output
Input
CSIRO ActivFire Listed
FPANZ Listed
Part Numbers
FP0874
FP0882
24Vdc 2.5A
230Vac 50Hz
afp-1341
VF/629
MX4428 24Vdc 2.5A
F4000 24Vdc 2.5A
PA0848 PSU Indicator PCB
This PCB Assembly connects via a flat ribbon cable
to the PSU24XX range of power supplies. The
PCB provides optional Mains On, Charger Low,
Charger High, Battery Fail and Battery Low LED
indicators which may be mounted on the front facia
of equipment. PCB Dimensions (mm): 75H x 40W
x 30D. Supplied complete with self-adhesive PCB
stand-offs and LED label. It mounts on 4 adhesivebased stand-offs, included with the PCB. Five Ø5.56mm holes need to be drilled at 10mm vertical
spacing for the LEDs.
The LEDs are bent around the side of the PCB and
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out through the holes in the door.
A label identifying the LEDs and their functions is
also included.
Refer to Product Bulletin PBG0093 for further
information
Specifications
Dimensions (HWD)
Part Number
75x40x30mm
PA0848
Fire Detection Product Catalogue
Door Holders & Accessories
EA0405 Door Holder Release
The EA0405 Electromagnetic Door Holder Release
is designed to allow fire and smoke doors to be
opened manually. A standard switch plate mounting
is used. A momentary action switch de-energised the
door holder allowing the door to open.
Specifications
Operating Voltage
Maximum Current
Operating Temp
Relative Humidity
Cable Termination
Dimensions
Part Number
12/24Vdc
12A
0 to 60°C
95% (non-cond.)
4x1.5mm2
74x118x30mm
EA0405
SU0613 Emergency Door Release - Single Pole
EMERGENCY DOOR
RELEASE
The SU0613 Manual Call Point has a plastic coated
frangible element to ensure safe and reliable
operation, producing no dangerous glass shards. It
is operated by simply pressing on the centre of the
frangible element until it snaps. A hammer or other
impact device is not required. The snapped frangible
element releases a single pole microswitch. The
SU0613 is a surface mounting, white MCP that
includes a white back box to house the terminations.
It is fitted with a green label carrying the words
EMERGENCY DOOR RELEASE in white text. Switch
function (NO/NC) is determined by the position of
the terminal block.
Specifications
Max Current @ 30Vdc
Contact Resistance
Switch
Operating Temp
Relative Humidity
Dimensions
Legend
Part Numbers
SU0613
515.001.025
Resistive 8A
Inductive 3A
100mOhm. (max)
Single Pole
0 to 60°C
95% (non-cond.)
87x87x52 mm
Emergency Door Release
BGA
Spare Glass (pk 5)
SU0614 Emergency Door Release - Double Pole
EMERGENCY DOOR
RELEASE
The SU0614 Manual Call Point has a plastic coated
frangible element to ensure safe and reliable
operation, producing no dangerous glass shards. It
is operated by simply pressing on the centre of the
frangible element until it snaps. A hammer or other
impact device is not required. The snapped frangible
element releases a double pole microswitch. The
SU0614 is a surface mounting, white MCP that
includes a white back box to house the terminations.
It is fitted with a green label carrying the words
EMERGENCY DOOR RELEASE in white text. There
are 2 terminal blocks for connection. Switch function
(NO/NC) is determined by the terminals used.
Specifications
Max Current @ 30Vdc
Contact Resistance
Switch
Operating Temp
Relative Humidity
Dimensions
Legend
Part Numbers
SU0614
515.001.025
Resistive 8A
Inductive 3A
100mOhm. (max)
Double Pole
0 to 60°C
95% (non-cond.)
87x87x52 mm
Emergency Door Release
DP BGA
Spare Glass (pk 5)
FP0101 Electromagnetic Door Holder
The FP0101 Electromagnetic Door Holder is
designed to hold fire and smoke doors open under
normal conditions, but automatically close under
their own spring return mechanism when a fire
or smoke alarm system is activated. The door
is held open by the magnetic force between an
electromagnet mounted on the wall behind the door
and a steel keeper plate mounted on the back of the
door. When the electromagnet is de-energised, the
door automatically closes. Alternatively the door can
be manually released by pressing the button on the
magnet base.
Specifications
Operating Voltage
Operating Current
Operating Temp
Relative Humidity
Cable Termination
Holding Load
Dimensions
Magnet
Plate
Weight
Part Number
24Vdc ± 20%
50mA nominal
0 to 60°C
95% (non-cond.)
2x1.5mm2
25kg nom. @24V, 20°C
118x74x27mm
75 dia x 23mm
600g
FP0101
EA0407 Electromagnetic Door Holder 150mm
The EA0407 Electromagnetic Door Holder is
designed to hold fire and smoke doors open under
normal conditions, but automatically close under
their own spring return mechanism when a fire
or smoke alarm system is activated. The door
is held open by the magnetic force between an
electromagnet mounted on the wall behind the door
and a keeper fixed to the back of the door. When the
electrical supply to the electromagnet is interrupted,
the electromagnet is de-energised and the door
automatically closes.
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Specifications
Operating Voltage
Operating Current
Operating Temp
Relative Humidity
Cable Termination
Holding Load
Dimensions
Part Number
24Vdc ± 20%
50mA nominal
0 to 60°C
95% (non-cond.)
2x1.5mm2
25kg nom. @24V, 20°C
150mm
75 dia x 23mm (Plate)
EA0407
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EA0408 Electromagnetic Door Holder 300mm
The EA0408
Electromagnetic Door
Holder is designed to hold
fire and smoke doors open
under normal conditions,
but automatically close
under their own spring
return mechanism when a
fire or smoke alarm system
is activated.The door is held open by the magnetic force between an electromagnet mounted on the wall
behind the door and a keeper fixed to the back of the door. When the electrical supply to the electromagnet is
interrupted, the electromagnet is de-energised and the door automatically closes.
Specifications
Operating Voltage
Operating Current
Operating Temp
Relative Humidity
Cable Termination
Holding Load
Dimensions
Part Number
24Vdc ± 20%
50mA nominal
0 to 60°C
95% (non-cond.)
2x1.5mm2
25kg nom. @24V, 20°C
300mm
75 dia x 23mm (Plate)
EA0408
Specifications
Operating Voltage
Load
Dimensions (HWD)
Weight
Finish
24Vdc
25kg
120x85x70mm
550g
Cream Wrinkle Powder Coat
EA0409 Floor Mount Door Holder and Box
The EA0409 Floor Mount
Door Holder comprises of
a Box and Holder that will
retain a load of 25kg. The
Box provides a convenient
attractive cover protecting
the door holder from
accidental damage.
Part Number
EA0409
Spares
35771
17295/30
Kit (box, holder & keeper)
Door Holder & Keeper set
30° Anvil (Keeper Plate)
EA0410 Electromagnetic Door Holder 150mm 90°
The EA0410 Electromagnetic Door Holder is
designed to hold fire and smoke doors open under
normal conditions, but automatically close under
their own spring return mechanism when a fire
or smoke alarm system is activated.The door is
held open by the magnetic force between an
electromagnet mounted on the wall behind the door
and a keeper fixed to the back of the door. When the
electrical supply to the electromagnet is interrupted,
the electromagnet is de-energised and the door
automatically closes.
Specifications
Operating Voltage
Operating Current
Operating Temp
Relative Humidity
Cable Termination
Holding Load
Dimensions
Part Number
24Vdc ± 20%
50mA nominal
0 to 60°C
95% (non-cond.)
2x1.5mm2
25kg nom. @24V, 20°C
150mm
75 dia x 23mm (Plate)
EA0410
EA0411 Electromagnetic Door Holder 300mm 90°
Specifications
Operating Voltage
Operating Current
Operating Temp
Relative Humidity
Cable Termination
Holding Load
Dimensions
Part Number
The EA0411 Electromagnetic Door Holder is
designed to hold fire and smoke doors open under
normal conditions, but automatically close under
their own spring return mechanism when a fire
or smoke alarm system is activated. The door
is held open by the magnetic force between an
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24Vdc ± 20%
50mA nominal
0 to 60°C
95% (non-cond.)
2x1.5mm2
25kg nom. @24V, 20°C
300mm
75 dia x 23mm (Plate)
EA0411
electromagnet mounted on the wall behind the door
and a keeper fixed to the back of the door. When the
electrical supply to the electromagnet is interrupted,
the electromagnet is de-energised and the door
automatically closes.
Fire Detection Product Catalogue
Aspirating Smoke Detectors VESDA
The VESDA range of aspirating smoke detetors are high sensitivity devices that provide both an early warning to facilitate intervention, and a suppression (Fire 2) signal
to initiate release at an appropriate level, eliminating the need for a separate detection system. The system is modular, displays and programmers can be installed only
where needed.
VESDA LaserFOCUS™
Designed to protect spaces of less than 250 m2, the
VESDA LaserFOCUS is the cost-effective solution for
areas such as:
•
Local Telecommunication Exchanges
•
Air Handling Units
•
Smaller Server Rooms
•
Correctional Facilities
•
Control Rooms
•
Switch Rooms
•
Railway Signal Hubs
•
Storage Facilities
•
Cabinets
•
Hazardous Areas (Class 1 Div 2)
The VESDA LaserFOCUS is ideal for protecting
the service provision associated with small
telecommunications facilities such as local
exchanges and mobile base stations. The
LaserFOCUS incorporates first-in-industry Ultrasonic
Airflow Sensing to provide flow measurement that
is immune to temperature and pressure changes.
It’s out-of-the-box design makes installation and
commissioning quick and easy and the preengineered pipe network designs supplied with the
product make system design simple.
VLF-250-02 LaserFOCUS Detector-relays only
VLF-500-02 LaserFOCUS VESDAnet compatible
VESDA LaserCOMPACT™
VLC-600
The LaserCOMPACT detector has been specifically
designed to provide all the benefits of aspirating
smoke detection, including very early warning, in
single small areas and where space is at a premium.
This has been achieved through the combination
of approved LaserPLUS detection technology, dual
stage filtration technology and a modified aspirator
design incorporated in a smaller enclosure with
simplified display. LaserCOMPACT is available in
four versions of interface: relays only (RO), relays and
VESDAnetTM , Simplex TrueAlarm, Tyco MX.
VLC-800MX
Features
•
Reduced size
•
Absolute smoke detection
•
Wide sensitivity range
•
Single pipe inlet
•
Simple display
•
Referencing
•
VESDAnet communication (VN)
•
Dual stage dust filter
•
Three alarm levels
•
Configurable relays
Specifications
Operating Voltage
Operating Current
Alarm Current
Operating Temperature
Sensor Ambient
Sampled Air
Relative Humidity
Alarm Sensitivity
Coverage Area
Dimensions (HWD)
Weight
Part Numbers
VLC-505
VLC-500
VLC-600
VLC-800MX
•
•
•
18 to 30Vdc
225mA
245mA
-10°C to +39°C
-20°C to +60°C
10 to 95% (non-cond.)
0.05 to 12%obs/m
500 m2
225x225x85mm
1.9 kg
VESDAnet Version (VN)
Relays Only Version (RO)
Simplex TrueAlarm
Tyco MX
Air flow monitoring
Optional remote display and relay capability
AutoLearnTM
LaserPLUS™ Standard Modular Range - LaserPLUS Detectors
The detector assembly contains the laser detection
chamber, high efficiency aspirator, monitored
filter cartridge, control electronics, and relay
interface. The detector assembly can be used as a
“distributed” system, with the display, programmer
and VESDAnet socket modules mounted in a remote
location. Alternatively, the detector assembly can be
Specifications
Operating Voltage
Operating Current 1
Alarm Current 2
Operating Temp
Relative Humidity
Dimensions (HWD)
Weight 3
18 to 30Vdc
240mA
290mA
0°C to +39°C
0 to 95% (non-cond.)
225x350x125mm
4 kg
1. No display or programmer 2. 24Vdc 3000RPM
3. With display & programmer
VLP-012 LaserPLUS Detector, programmer and
display (VLP-001 LaserPLUS with programmer)
configured as a “self-contained” system by replacing
the detector’s blank panels with the display and/or
programming modules.
Features
•
Wide sensitivity range
•
Laser-based light source
•
4 Configurable alarm levels
•
Purpose built Aspirator
•
4 In-line Inlet pipes
•
Flow sensor for each inlet pipe
•
Wide range DC power
•
Low-cost maintenance
•
Dual stage filter
•
Easy access to filter cartridge
•
7 Software configurable relays
•
Recessed mounting
•
Multiple exhausts
VLP-002 LaserPLUS Detector and display
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VLP-400 LaserPLUS Detector with fire OK LED
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LaserPLUS Scanners - 7 & 12 Relay Output Variants
VESDA LaserPLUS is also available in a Scanner
configuration, which allows the system to distinguish
and identify the pipe carrying smoke, while sampling
multiple sectors.
The VESDA LaserPLUS will continue to sample from
all sectors to monitor the fire growth and maintain
full protection.
Features
•
Individual pipe annunciation
•
Adaptive scan threshold
•
Wide sensitivity range (0.005 to 20% obs/m)
•
Laser based light source
VLS-214 FD7 Scanner, programmer and display
with 7 relays
VLS-314 FD12 Scanner, programmer and display
with 12 relays
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Configurable alarm levels
Purpose built Aspirator
4 In-Line inlet pipes
Flow sensor for each pipe inlet
Low-cost maintenance
Dual stage filter
Easy access to filter cartridge
Recessed mounting
Specifications
Operating Voltage
Operating Current 1
Alarm Current 2
Relay Outputs
Operating Temp
Relative Humidity
Dimensions (HWD)
Weight 3
18 to 30Vdc
240mA
300mA
7 or 12
0°C to +39°C
10 to 95% (non-cond.)
225x350x125mm
4 kg**
1. No display or programmer
2. 24Vdc 3000 RPM
3. With display & programmer
VLS-204 FD7 Scanner and display with 7 relays
VLS-304 FD12 Scanner and display with 12 relays
VLS-200 FD7 Scanner
VLS-600 FD7 Scanner with Fire OK LED
VLS-300 FD12 Scanner
VLS-700 FD12 Scanner with Fire OK LED
A display module monitors the VESDA LaserPLUS
detector. It reports a visual representation of smoke
levels, and all alarm and fault conditions. The internal
sounder warns personnel in the local area that an
alarm threshold has been reached, or a fault has
occurred. It has a 20 segment vertical bar graph, a
2-digit numerical display, an audible sounder and
clear alarm and fault indicators. It also has 4 push
buttons to control the detector and the mode of
the display. Displays can be located at a convenient
location - either within the detector module,
or remotely on the VESDAnet. For monitoring
convenience, multiple displays can be associated
with a single detector.
Features
•
Four alarm levels (Alert/Action, Fire 1 & Fire 2)
•
20 segment vertical bar graph
•
Alarm threshold indicator (Alert, Action & Fire 1)
•
Audio and visual indication
•
Alarm indicators
•
Informative fault indicators
•
Multi-mode numeric display (defaults to smoke
obscuration)
•
Acknowledged push-button presses
•
Multiple language supported
•
Addressable to any detector
Specifications
Operating Voltage 1
Module Only
Operating Current
Alarm Current
In Remote Mounting Box
Operating Current
Alarm Current
Operating Temp
Relative Humidity
Scanner Displays
VRT-400 Remote scan display including 7 relays
VRT-700 Remote scanner display - no relays
VRT-800 Remote scanner display with 12 relays
VRT-100 Remote programmer
VRT-300 Remote VESDAnet socket
Optional Remote Displays
LaserPLUS Displays
VRT-200 Remote display including 7 relays
VRT-600 Remote detector display- no relays
VRT-J00 Compact Display c/w 7 relays
VRT-K00 Compact Display no relays
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18 to 30Vdc
60mA
80mA @ 24Vdc
90mA
110mA @ 24Vdc
0 to 39°C
10 to 95% (non-cond.)
1. When used in detector unit, remote unit or 19” rack
Fire Detection Product Catalogue
LaserPLUS Standard 19 Inch Sub-Rack Remote Display Assemblies
The 19” sub-rack is available as a mounting option, with Part Numbers
19” Sub-rack with 1 detector
4 mounting slots for display or programming modules. VSR-2000
display and 3 blanks
VSR-2210
19” Sub-rack, 2 detector displays,
Technical Specification
programmer and 1 blank
Dimensions: 128 x 482 x 120 mm (HWD)
VSR-2221
19” Sub-rack with 3 detector
displays and programmer
VSR-2222
19” Sub-rack with 4 detector
displays
LaserPLUS Components for Ordering Custom Built Remote Display Sub-racks
Sub-rack configurations other than those available as
standard can be supplied as custom built units. The
sub-rack and cost of assembly are included in the
VSR-CUSTOM.
The configuration of the custom built unit must be
specified at time of ordering (eg. 2 x VSU-0 and 2 x
VSU-2 configured as VSR-0022)
Note: The order of the numbers (eg. 0022) indicates
the order in which the sub-units will be mounted in
the sub-rack housing when looking from the front of
the unit - from left to right
Module Numbers
VSR-0
Blank Sub-unit
VSR-1
Programmer sub-unit
VSR-2
LaserPLUS display sub-unit +7 relays
VSR-3
VESDAnet Socket
VSR-4
SCANNER display sub-unit + 7 relays
VSR-5
Blank sub-unit with 7 relays
VSR-6
SCANNER with RTC + 7 relays
VSR-7
SCANNER display + RTC, no relays
VSR-8
SCANNER display + RTC+12 relays
VSR-9
DRP + RTC +12 relays
VSR-E
VSR-J
Blank SCANNER sub-unit + 7 relays
COMPACT display sub-unit + 7
relays
VSR-K
COMPACT display + RTC-no relays
VSR-V
LaserFOCUS
VSR-CUSTOM Custom sub-rack housing incl. cost
of custom building 4 VSU sub-rack
units.
RTC = Remote Termination Card
DRP = Display Relay Processor
LaserPLUS Ancillaries
A variety of other ancillaries are available. Tyco Safety Products stock pipe and sampling points.
Part Numbers
VHH-100
E700-SPLR
E700-SPDCL
VHX-0200
VSW-004
Hand held programmer and
leads
Sampling point label
Aspirating pipe label
PC link HLI plus leads (MK2)
VConfig Basic software
Available on request
VSW-005
VConfig Pro software
VSW-002
Aspire Windows software
VESDA 24Vdc, 2A Power supply and charger
VHX-0200 PC-Link High Level Interface
The latest version of the VESDA High Level Interface
supports the new Interrogation and Notification
functionality of VSM3. Available for both new and
existing sites, it is now possible for the HLI to dial out
to a PC. The “dial out” option is user configurable
allowing site specific configuration to ensure
the most important warnings on VESDAnet are
reported to the right people. The latest VESDA PC
Link HLI interfaces between the VESDA and the
PC. Each PC-Link HLI includes an RS-232 cable
(from HLI to PC) and an RS-485 cable (from HLI to
VESDAnet Socket). Using VConfig, VESDA’s system
configuration tool specifically designed to simplify
set up of any VESDA system during commissioning
and installation. It is available in two versions PRO
and BASIC. By using the latest VConfig software
to configure a VESDA system, it is now possible
to dial into a remote VESDA network to check the
system’s status AND to set up the VESDAnet to dial
out to a PC whenever an event, such as an alarm, is
raised. This feature ensures that a remote operator
has greater monitoring control over the protected
environment by allowing him/her to access a site to
check it’s status as well as set the specific conditions
on which the system should notify him/her of a
potential fire situation. VConfig PRO has the ability to
display smoke trend information from selected event
log data to help determine optimum threshold levels.
Both VConfig PRO and BASIC have been upgraded
to support VESDA’s new System Relay Module.
The following common VESDA LaserPLUS spares
are kept in stock by Tyco Safety Products.
Other spares can be supplied as required.
Part Numbers
VSP-005
Filter cartridge (spare) (shown at
left)
VSP-002
Display (spare)
VSP-004
Scanner display (spare)
VSP-001
Programmer (spare)
VSP-019
Filter cover door (spare)
VSP-006
Spare detector chassis and
manifold
VSP-008
Spare remote termination card
7 relays
VSP-009
Spare scanner chassis and
manifold
VSP-014
Spare header termination card
7 relays
VSP-015
Spare aspirator fan
VSP-025
VSP-005 Filter Assy - pack of 20
LaserPLUS Spares
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VESDA Pipe and Fittings
E700-CSC Capilliary Sampling Connector
E700-EC End Cap - Not Drilled
E700-CT Capilliary Sampling Tube 8mm OD
E700-PC Pipe Clip - Single Point Fix
E700-PJ Pipe Junction Fitting
E700-LB Long Radius Bend 150mm
E700-SP Sampling Point - Mini
E700-TA Trunk Adaptor
E700-SRB Standard Base for HASP
E700-SPLR Sampling Point Label (1 per sheet)
E700-SB Small Radius Bend 90mm
E700-P VESDA Pipe 4 metre x 10 Lengths
(bell end)
E700-SPDCL Sampling Point Decal (200 per roll)
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Fire Detection Product Catalogue
Flame and Special Hazard Detectors
S200 Plus Triple IR Solar Blind Flame Detector
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•
•
•
•
•
•
•
The MINERVA S200 PLUS flame detectors are the
latest Infrared solar blind and multi-channel infra-red
flame detectors with low power consumption and
high false alarm immunity.
The MINERVA S200 PLUS range of advanced flame
detectors is the most comprehensive range available.
Features
•
Triple waveband infrared solar blind flame
detection for optimum false alarm immunity
•
Unrivalled black body rejection over a wide
range of source temperatures
•
Range adjustable to 50 metres for a 0.1m-2
petrol pan fire
•
Discrimination of optical faults (dirty windows)
from other faults by the built-in self test
•
Housing designed for easy installation of cabling
•
Flexible mounting and angular adjustment
•
3 x 20mm field cable entries
•
IP66/67 housing designed for external use
•
Rugged stainless steel ANC4 LM25 alloy
housing and mounting bracket
•
Operating temperature range of -40 to + 80°C
•
Variable response times & sensitivity settings
•
Remote self test and range setting
•
•
•
True window test in detection area (ie not in the
edge of the window)
Terminals provided for Remote LED connection
BASEEFA (CENELEC) certified
Meets the requirements of EN54 Pt10
FM, DNV and LRS certified
Very low power consumption (0.35mA)
Models available with Conventional or
Analogue Addressable interface (requires 2 core
cable only)
Models also available with relay or 4-20mA
outputs
Patented dual filter solar blindness for complete
solar blindness
100°field of view on IS versions
90° field of view on Flameproof versions
Unlike other flame detectors on the market
the MINERVA S200 PLUS is available in both
Intrinsically Safe (EEx ia) and Flameproof (EEx d)
models.
The intrinsically safe models are suffixed by the letter
“ i “ and meet the requirements of EN50020 part 7
and are BASEEFA certified EEx ia IIC T5. As part of
an intrinsically safe circuit, it is suitable for zones 0,1
and 2 where group IIC gases or lesser hazards can be
continuously present in explosive concentrations.
The flameproof models are suffixed by the letter “f”
and meet the requirements of EN50018 and are
BASEEFA certified EEx d IIC T6. The detectors are
suitable for zones 1 and 2 where group IIC gases
or lesser hazards can be intermittently present in
explosive concentrations.
For information on flame detector test equipment,
please refer to the detector test equipment section.
Specifications
Detector Material
Dimensions (HWD)
Weight
Gland Entry
Metal Parts
Tag Label
Range
Response Time
Sensitivity
Relative Humidity
Ingress Protection
Part Numbers
S231i+
S231f+
516.037.015
516.040.002
517.001.184
517.001.263
Approvals
ATEX
BASEEFA
IECEX
NSTC
LPCB
LRS
DNV
KFEIC
CSIRO
FPANZ
MCA
FM
Detector
Interface
S231i+
9
S231f+
9
S232f+
9
4-20mA
Addressable
Relay
Ex ia
FM
Ex d
Approved - BASEEFA02ATEX0185
Approved models are suffixed ‘1’.
Approved - BAS 05.0056
Approved
Approved
Approved
Approved
Approved
Listed - afp-1443
S231i+ - VF/338, S231f+ - VF/339,
S261f+ - VF/340
Approved
Approved models are suffixed ‘2’
CSIRO/FPANZ
IECEX
ATEX
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
Ex d
9
9
9
S241i+
9
S241f+
9
S231i+ Collective
S231f+ Coll. Flameproof
S232f+ Collective FM Approv.
S261f+ Relay O/P
S/S Bracket assy
Weather Protection assy
Approvals
BASEEFA
Collective
Stainless Steel 316L
167 x 167 x 89mm
4.5Kg
3 x 20mm
Bright Stainless Steel 316
(external & internal) to
BS1449 Pt 2
Stainless Steel 316
0.1m2 petrol at 50m
0.4m2 petrol at 60m
Field Selectable 3,6 & 12s
3 range settings
95% (100% intermittent)
IP66 and IP67
9
9
S261f+
9
S262f+
9
9
9
9
S271i+
Contact
Tyco
Safety
Products
S271f+
Contact
Tyco
Safety
Products
9
9
IR6003/7 Mist and Smoke Detector
The IR6003 Beam detector is an intelligient device
that has been designed to monitor a large area
containing plant or equipment . The IR6003 can be
supplied in different configurations to suit mist and
smoke type hazards. The waterproof housing has
an easy to fit bracket that allows simple installation
and commissioning. The fascia of each unit has been
equiped with an LED that flashes on fault condition
and indicates steady on alarm.
Specifications
Operating Voltage
Alarm Current
IR Source
Operating Range
Weight
Ambient Temp
Dimensions (HWD)
Protection
Approval
Part Numbers
01-33-23
01-33-32
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10 to 40V via UIM
70mA (max.)
Gallium Arsneide, 820nm
up to 50m
0.96 Kg
-10°C to +55°C
125x165x165 mm
IP65
EEx iB IIB T5
BAS02ATEX2313
Detector
Universal Module
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Intrinsically Safe Detectors
Features
•
Collective and addressable I.S. systems
•
Suitable for worst case (EEx ia IIC T5)
•
Tyco High Performance Optical (HPO) smoke
detector
•
Compatible with S231i+ plus flame detector
•
Compatible range of I.S. callpoints
The System Designer must have completed an
appropriate recognized course in Intrinsic Safety
and be familiar with AS/ NZS 2381.1: 2005 and
associated standards, test organizations, and the
requirements of state and local authorities. Many
Tyco products are ATEX certified, and it needs to
be established beforehand that this certification is
acceptable to the relevant regulatory authorities.
Requirements can differ from region to region.
The probability of a flammable mixture being
present is defined by a Zone Number. Flammable
gases are classified in Groups and their minimum
spontaneous ignition temperature is categorised
by Class. Tyco Safety Products supplied equipment
marked EEx ia IIc T5 would be suitable for use in
worst case conditions, eg. Zone 0 (ia), Hydrogen
(IIc), T5 (100°C). The Fire Alarm Equipment and
Safety Barriers should be placed as near as possible
to the containment wall of the Hazardous Area. This
minimises the cable lengths between the barrier and
the Hazardous Area and thus the capacity to store
energy.
In order that an Installation will comply with the
certification designated for each system it is essential
that the certified devices are connected with cables
of the specified limits. These limits have been
certified for specific classifications of hazard in order
that energy storage is limited.
The number of devices connected to the barrier
and located in the Hazardous Area must always be
limited to not more than the listed maximum.
When a mixture of devices is connected to any one
zone the numbers must be reduced in proportion to
the ratio of the load presented to the barrier.
MR601TEx Intrinsically Safe High Performance Optical Smoke Detector
The MR601TEX has been developed to overcome
the slower response of the optical detectors to hot
burning fires, by increasing the sensitivity of the
optical detector when it is associated with a rapid
change in temperature. In this way it is intended to
become a detector which can cover some of the risks
currently covered by ion chamber detectors. Smoke
detectors will not detect burning alcohol or other
clean-burning liquids which do not generate smoke
particles.
Specifications
Operating Voltage
Operating Current
Alarm Current
Operating Temp
Relative Humidity
ATEX Certificate
ATEX Code
Cenelec Code
Part Number
11.5 to 13Vdc
110 μA (max.)
30mA @ 16Vdc
-20°C to +70°C
95% (non-cond.)
BAS01ATEX11134X.
Ex II 1 G
EEx ia IIC T5
516.054.011
MDU601Ex Enhanced Point Type Carbon Monoxide Fire & Heat Detector
The MDU601EX detector combines the features
of both the MU601EX detector and the MD601EX
detector to provide a combined CO and Rate of
Rise Heat Detector where the sensitivity of the CO
detector is enhanced in response to a fast rate of
change of temperature.
Specifications
Operating Voltage
Operating Current
Alarm Current
Operating Temp
Relative Humidity
ATEX Certificate
ATEX Code
Cenelec Code
Part Number
16 to 28Vdc
70 μA (max.)
30mA @ 15Vdc
-20°C to +70°C
90% (non-cond.)
BAS01ATEX1134X
Ex II 1 G
EEx ia IIC T5
516.016.001
MU601Ex Intrinsically Safe Point Type Carbon Monoxide Detector
The CO Fire detector is a unique general purpose
fire detector which provides very early warning
of slow smouldering fires. Ideal for sleeping risks,
the CO fire detector is also well suited to many
applications where heat detection is insufficient but
smoke detection causes false alarms. As CO travels
more freely than smoke, the positioning of CO fire
detectors is more flexible. This feature is particularly
useful in large complex structures such as atria and
warehouses, where positioning of smoke detectors
is difficult.
Specifications
Operating Voltage
Operating Current
Alarm Current
Operating Temp
Relative Humidity
ATEX Certificate
ATEX Code
Cenelec Code
Part Number
18 to 32Vdc
70 μA (max.)
33 to 72mA
0°C to +50°C
90% (non-cond.)
BAS01ATEX1134X
Ex II 1 G
EEx ia IIC T5
516.058.002
MD601Ex/MD611Ex Intrinsically Safe Heat Detectors
Where environmental conditions rule out the use
of smoke detectors, MD601Ex/MD611Ex heat
detectors may provide an acceptable, though less
sensitive, alternative. For general use (particularly
where the ambient temperature may be low) a
‘Rate-of-Rise’ (ROR) heat sensor is preferred. These
detectors react to abnormally high rates of change of
temperature and provide the fastest response over a
wide range of ambient temperatures.
A fixed temperature limit is incorporated in these
detectors. In kitchens and boiler rooms etc, sudden,
large changes in temperature are considered
‘normal’. Fixed temp. [static] detectors should be
used in this case.
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Specifications
Operating Voltage
Operating Current
Alarm Current
Operating Temp
Relative Humidity
ATEX Certificate
ATEX Code
Cenelec Code
Part Numbers
516.052.051
516.052.041
18 to 32Vdc
100μA (max.)
5 to 80mA
-20°C to +70°C
95% (non-cond.)
BAS01ATEX1134X
Ex II 1 G
EEx ia IIC T5
MD601EX Collective
ROR Heat Detector
MD611EX Collective
Fixed Temp Heat
Detector
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601FEx Infrared Flame Detector
The 601FEx point type flame detectors are part of
the 600 series of collective detectors. The 601FEx
is a full featured solar blind flame detector for indoor
use. It has a high degree of false alarm immunity.
The 601FEx and it is designed for connection to a
conventional zone of point type fire detectors that
may include any mix of detection technologies.
The 601FEx is an intrinsically safe version intended
for use in hazardous atmospheres and must be
connected via a suitable isolator or shunt diode
safety barrier in a certified Intrinsically Safe system.
Specifications
Operating Voltage
Operating Current
Alarm Current
Operating Temp
Relative Humidity
Range
Field of View
ATEX Certificate
ATEX Code
Cenelec Code
Part Number
16 to 28Vdc
300 μA (max.)
30mA @ 15Vdc
-20°C to +70°C
90% (non-cond.)1
0.1m2 n-heptane @ 20m
0.4m2 n-heptane @ 50m
100°
BASEEFA03ATEX0422X
Ex II 1 G
EEx ia IIC T5
516.600.066
1. 90% RH continuous; 99% RH (non-cond.) intermittent
operation
MUBEX Detector Bases and Ancillaries
MUBEx Base
The base is classed as a simple apparatus, the
detectors are certified:
ATEX Ex II 1 G, certificate no. BAS10ATEX1134X
Part Numbers
517.050.610
517.050.023
MUBEx Base for Ex
Detectors
5BEx Base for Ex
Detectors
T54B Probe Type Heat Detector
T54B is a simple device and therefore suitable
for use in intrinsically safe areas when used with
a suitable I.S. barrier. For reliable operation, it
is recommended that T54B detectors have set
points 20°C or 20% (whichever is higher) above
the maximum temperature they will be exposed
to in normal operation. Preferred factory preset
temperatures range from 60° to 250°C; with
normally open contacts. Other temperatures and
normally closed contacts are available by request.
Constructed from stainless steel, the T54B is an
extremely rugged heat detector that can be used
to detect fires in the harshest of environments. The
T54B can be used in environments with ambient
temperatures up to 280°C and, being hermetically
sealed, is impervious to most contaminants. The
Part Numbers
T4E60X
T4E90X
T4E100X
T4E145X
T54B Heat Detector - 60°C
T54B Heat Detector - 90°C
T54B Heat Detector - 100°C
T54B Heat Detector - 145°C
Specifications
Operating Voltage:
Switching Current:
Contact Resistance:
Actuating Temp.:(preset)
Fixed Temp. Only:
Accuracy:
Ambient Temp.:
Relative Humidity:
Thread Size
Protection Category:
CSIRO ActivFire Listed
FPANZ Listed
32VAC to 32Vdc
5 to 200mA
<1 ohm
60 to 240°C
Type E
+ or - 5%
-40 to +280°C
100% RH
M20x1.5mm
IP67
afp-1612
VF/214
Part Number
PA0838
ZAU401
ZAU401 Zone Adaptor Unit
The ZAU401 (Rev 2) can be thought of as a single zone circuit module that can be added to different panels to
make them compatible with specific detectors.
The AZC characteristics of the ZAU401 make it particularly suitable for Intrinsically Safe applications when
used with I.S. barriers. Refer to page 40 for further information.
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Intrinsically Safe Barriers
The following section relates to a range of intrinsically safe barrier and isolator equipment for use with Tyco Safety Products manufactured fire detection systems. On all
issues of intrinsically safe systems design, please refer to all the relevant product manuals for guidance.
Galvanic Barriers
KFD0-Ex151
This device’s channel (4 terminals per channel)
functions like a “DC current isolator”. It has reverse
polarity protection. The input and output are
galvanically isolated from each other. These units
are designed for the connection of fire detectors
(smoke and/or heat detectors etc). Their increased
current range and the higher accuracy allow for
differentiation between normal operation, fire alarm,
lead breakage and short circuit currents in the safe
area. They may also be used for controlling I/P
converters. A separate power supply with auxiliary
power is not required. Due to the input voltage
limiting of 24V, the maximum voltage output is 21V.
Part Number
KFD0-Ex151
Single Channel Output EEx
ia IIC Device installation
permissible in zone 2 Polarity
reversal protected Accuracy
1%
KFD0-Ex251
Each channel (4 terminals per channel) functions like
a “DC current isolator”. Both channels have separate
reverse polarity protection. The input and output are
galvanically isolated from each other. These units
are designed for the connection of fire detectors
(smoke and/or heat detectors etc). Their increased
current range and the higher accuracy allow for
differentiation between normal operation , fire alarm,
lead breakage and short circuit currents in the safe
area. They may also be used for controlling I/P
converters. A separate power supply with auxiliary
power is not required. Due to the input voltage
limiting of 24V, the maximum voltage output is 21V.
This 2 channel version allows for the connection of 2
independent circuits in a single housing.
Part Number
KFD0-Ex251
Dual Channel Output EEx ia IIC
Device installation permissible
in zone 2 Polarity reversal
protected Accuracy 1%
KFD2-STC4-Ex1
SMART transmitter power supplies provide a 2- or
3-wire SMART transmitter and transfer the analogue
values. Digital signals may be superimposed
on the analogue values, which will transferred
bidirectionally.
An internal resistor at terminal 9 is available, which
may be used to increase the AC impedance for the
HART signal. SMART transmitter power supplies
are delivered with terminal type KF-STP-**. Jacks are
integrated in these terminals for the connection of
the hand-held units.
This device replaces the KFD0-EX130 single
channel barrier.
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
1-channel
Device installation permissible in Zone 2
Input EEx ia IIC; Uo = 25.4 V
Galvanically isolated output
24 Vdc supply voltage
SMART capable up to 7.5 kHz (-3 dB)
EMC acc. to NAMUR NE 21
Up to SIL2 acc. to IEC 61508
Input 0/4 mA to 20 mA
Output 0/4 mA to 20 mA
Simplex Intrinsically Safe Modules are for use with
FM Approved Simplex control panels to make
initiating device circuit wiring safe for use in locations
where hazardous concentrations of flammable
gases or other materials may exist. The intrinsically
safe module is an isolated, power limited barrier that
limits the output current to a level below ignition for
atmospheres defined by NEC Articles 500-517 for
Classes I, II, & III, Divisions 1 & 2, Groups A, B, C, D,
E, F & G.
Specifications
Input Voltage
Input Current
Output Voltage (VIN<23.7)
Output Voltage (VIN>23.7)
Output Current
Part Number
KFD2-STC4-Ex1
Single Channel Output EEx
ia IIC 24Vdc supply voltage
Output maximum 1kOhm
load
Simplex 2081-9062/9063
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Operating Temperature
Relative Humidity
Part Numbers
2081-9062
2081-9063
2975-9218
2081-9061
4 to 35Vdc
40mA (max.)
VIN - (400xIIN) - 0.7V
VIN - (400xIIN)
≤40mA Transfer
≤65mA Short cct
0°C to 49°C
0 to 85% (non-cond)
Single Channel
Dual Channel
Cabinet
Installation Kit
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Beam Smoke and Linear Heat Detectors
Fireray 2000
The Fireray 2000 is an active infrared smoke
detector. The system comprises of three base
elements ie. a transmitter, receiver and Control Unit.
Analysis of the modulated infrared beam by the
Control Unit determines whether smoke is present,
and if so generates an alarm signal.
Where the beam path is less than 10 metres or
access to the opposing wall is restricted or wiring to
one of the heads is difficult, the Fireray 2000 should
be configured for retroreflective operation.
Note: For beam ranges of less than 10 metres, use
a retro-reflective configuration to avoid receiver
saturation.
Features
•
Range 5 metres up to 100 metres
•
Area coverage up to 1400m2
•
Selectable sensitivity
•
Self-check and automatic compensation
•
Manual or automatic reset
•
Suitable for both conventional and addressable
fire systems
•
Low current consumption
•
Flexible system design options
•
Robust metal construction
•
Designed to conform to AS 1603.7-1996
Specifications
Fireray 2000
Operating Voltage
11.5 to 28Vdc
Operating Current
<13 mA
Alarm Current
<20mA
Operating Temp °C -10 to +55
Relative Humidity
up to 95% (non-cond.)
Enclosure
IP54
Dimensions (HWD)
Control Unit
260x210x80mm 2.25kg
Tx/Rx Units
95x75x115mm 0.4kg
CSIRO ActivFire Listed afp-1596
Part Numbers
515484
Spare Transmitter
515485
Spare Receiver
515487
Spare Main PCB
920450
Fireray 2000 UL Approved
(comprising Transmitter, Receiver,
Control Box)
516.015.007
516.015.008
516.015.009
Retro Reflector 100x100mm
Fireray 2000 Alignment Tool
STI9625 Detector Guard
Fireray 50/100R
The Fireray 50/100R is a reflective infrared beam
smoke detector comprised of two base elements:
a combined infra-red transmitter and receiver in a
common housing and a reflective prism. The units
electronics analyse the reflected beam from the
prism for smoke and generates an alarm if a predetermined level is reached.
Features
•
Range 5 to 50 metres (50R)
•
Range 50 to 100 metres (100R)
•
Area of coverage up to 750m2 (50R), 1500m2
(100R)
•
Selectable sensitivity
•
Self-check and automatic compensation
•
Manual or Automatic Reset
•
Suitable for both Conventional and Addressable
Systems
•
Low current consumption
•
Flexible System Design Options
•
Robust ABS Construction
•
Designed to Conform to BS5839 Part 5, EN54
Part 12, UL and VdS.
Specifications
Fireray 50/100R
Operating Voltage 10.2 to 30Vdc
Operating Current <4mA @24Vdc
Alarm Current
15mA
Operating Temp °C -30 to +55
Relative Humidity
up to 95% (non-cond.)
Enclosure
IP50
Dimensions (HWD) 210x130x120mm
Weight
0.7kg
Not CSIRO ActivFire Listed
allowing the two conductors to touch, thus signalling
an alarm. When using Fire Wire it is important to
ensure that it is not affected by localised hot spots.
Before selecting an actuating temperature for a
particular area, determine the worst case maximum
ambient temperature for that area. As it is a simple
device, the FW series can be used in Zone 0 areas
when connected to a suitable intrinsically safe
barrier.
FW68/105/180 is available only in multiples of
100m lengths.
Specifications
Operating Voltage (max) 32VAC or 115Vdc
300mA
Alarm Current (max) 1
Conductor Loop Resist. 100 Ohm/km
Operating Temp °C Ambient
Alarm
FW68 2
-65 to +45
+61 to +70
FW105 3
-65 to +70
+97 to +113
FW180 3
-65 to +105 +168 to +180
Relative Humidity
Up to 100% (non-cond)
Detection Time (approx.)
FW68
4 seconds
FW105
10 seconds
FW180
20 seconds
Bend Radius
50mm minimum
CSIRO ActivFire Listed 4 afp-821 (FW68)
Part Numbers
516.015.011
516.015.012
Fireray 50R 5 to 50 m
Fireray 100R 50 to 100m
FW68/105/180
Fire Wire is a heat sensitive cable that provides
continuous detection over long distances. Available
in a range of actuation temperatures (from 68°C
to 180°C), Fire Wire is ideal for heat detection in
storage racks, conveyors, cable trays and other
situations where it is desirable that detection is
always close to potential sources of fire. Fire Wire is
a twin conductor cable protected by a rugged outer
sheath. The copper-covered steel conductors are
separated by temperature sensitive insulation and
twisted together. When Fire Wire cable is exposed
to sufficient heat, the heat sensitive insulation melts
Note that FW68 is suitable for indoor use only.
Whilst FW105/180 may be used in external
applications, it must be protected from direct
sunlight.
Part Numbers
FW68
FW105
FW180
4300
68°C Sensor Cable
105°C Sensor Cable
180°C Sensor Cable
Junction Box
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1. Must be externally limited
2. FW68 is suitable for internal use only
3. FW105 & 180 is suitable for use in external applications
when shielded from direct sunlight
4. With 4300 Junction Box every 100m
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Optical Fibre Temperature Sensing
This new technology uses a laser light source
to launch light signals into an optical fibre. As
pulses travel down the fibre, energy is lost through
scattering. A fraction of the scattered signal is
retained within the fibre. A portion of this is directed
back along the fibre towards the laser source - this
signal is called backscatter. Part of the back scatter
signal (Raman Scattering) is used to provide accurate
remote temperature measurements at hundreds of
points along the fibre.
The system uses standard communications
grade optical fibre of the 62.5/125 graded
index multimode type. The temperature range is
predominantly a function of the coating used to
protect the optical fibre as the fibre itself is well
behaved over a temperature range from -50°C to
approximately 300°C.
Optical fibre itself offers several advantages as
a sensing medium. The signals are immune to
electromagnetic interference thereby ensuring
integrity of readings from electrically noisy areas.
As no electrical current is used in the sensing fibre
and the fibre is relatively inert and dielectric (nonconducting) medium, it is safe technology to use in
hazardous environments.
Features
•
Fibre optic sensor loop up to 2km or 4km
•
Continuous temperature profiles of temperature
on a PC
•
Programmable functions
•
Programmable number of fire detection zones
•
Multiple and programmable Alarm levels per fire
detection zone
•
Variable rate of rise function
•
Unrivalled response times
•
Optional outputs
•
Modbus Serial Data
•
Direct to PC
•
Volt free contacts
•
Insensitive to EMI
•
Intrinsically safe sensor
•
Uses standard communications grade optical
fibre
•
Choice of cable construction
•
Cable construction for extreme environments
•
High System Integrity
•
Automatic failure mode analysis
•
Loop break recovery operation
•
Diagnostic capability
•
Fire progression monitoring
•
No cable maintenance
•
Modem for remote communications
Specifications
Supply Voltage
Power Consumption
Supply Current
Fuse Rating
Fibre
Operating Temp
Storage Temp
Relative Humidity
Compliance
Class 3a Laser
24Vdc (-6/+12Vdc)
20W max
<1A
<2A (anti-surge)
62.5/125 graded index
multi-mode
0°C to +40°C
-40°C to +65°C
0 to 95% (non-cond.)
IEC 825 (1990)
BS7192(1989)
ANSI Z136.2(1988)
EMC
Directive 89/336/EEC
Low Voltage
Directive 72/2/EEC
System Components
• Control Unit - available as:
• Cabinet, including 32 relays and PSU in both
2km or 4km model
• 19in Rack Mounting including 32 relays, in
both 2km or 4km model
• Sensor Line thermoplastic sensor cable in
1, 2 or 4.4km reel
• Sensor Tube stainless steel sensor cable in
1, 2 or 4.4km reel
• For further information and pricing, contact Tyco
Safety Products
Important The Fibre Optic Linear Heat Detection products are the single highest value stock coded fire
detection products available from Tyco Safety Products. The Control Unit contains complex high precision
components including a single-mode laser which can be seriously damaged or misaligned if subjected to
undue mechanical shock or ingress of dust etc.
Functional Block Diagram
INTERNAL
REFERENCE
FIBRE SWITCH
LASER &
RECEIVER
OPTICS
CONTROL
OPTICS
SIGNAL
POWER
SUPPLY
RELAY PCB1
DATA
ACQUISITION
RELAY PCB2
RELAY PCB3
CONTROL
POWER
SIGNAL
DATA
PROCESSOR
ELECTRONICS
24Vdc
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RS232 PORT 1
TO PC
RS232 PORT 2 MODBUS OR
SERIAL DATA
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Standard communications grade optical fibre of the 62.5/125 graded index multimode type is used. The temperature range is predominantly a function of the coating
used to protect the optical fibre as the fibre itself is well behaved over a wide temperature range. Special coatings have been tested down to -190°C and up to 460°C
(metallic - available upon request) performance of the standard type is detailed overleaf. Optical fibre itself offers several advantages as a sensing medium. The signals
are immune to electromagnetic interference thereby ensuring integrity of readings from electrically noisy areas. As no electrical current is used in the sensing fibre and
the fibre is a relatively inert and dielectric (non-conducting) medium, it is safe technology to use in hazardous environments.
Sensor-Line
Outer sheath 3.6mm dia., Aramid fibres for strength, Optical fibre in gel filled tube
Specifications
Nominal Cable Dia.
Weight
Min. Bending Radius
Max. Tensile Load
Operating Temp.
Installation Temp.
Sensor-Tube
Stainless steel tube 3.2mm dia. / 6.4mm dia.
Specifications
Nominal Cable Dia.
Wall Thickness
Weight
Min. Bending Dia.
Max. Tensile Load
Operating Temp.1
Max. Length (2 fibre)
5mm
2.3kg/m
63mm
100N
-20° to +70°C (continuous)
>10°C
3.2 mm
6.4 mm
0.5 mm
0.9 mm
33 kg/km
121kg/km
150 mm
150 mm
1971N
7080N
-40° to +90°C (continuous)
2 km
10 km
1. For 125μm multimode fibre with acrylate coating, max.
temp. is 150°C for 48 hrs. For polyimide coating, operating
temp. is -185°C to +400°C.
Cable Options
FEATURES
BENEFITS
HIGH SYSTEM INTEGRITY - LOOP
BREAK RECOVERY
The system can be set to operate in either single ended or loop mode without any
additional costly hardware. The system continuously monitors the integrity of the
loop and continues to operate in the event of a cable fault. The system is designed
with an automatic loop break recovery operation.
FIBRE OPTIC SENSOR LOOP UP TO
2km or 4km
Very long distance (large areas) can be monitored using a single length of heat
sensing cable. The hot spot identification on a 2 km length of fibre optic sensing
cable, is to within 1.25metres.
PROGRAMMABLE RELAY CONTACTS
30 zonal relays ensure that the system can provide sufficient alarm notifications –
typically directly to any Fire Alarm Control Panel. 2 relay contacts are reserved for
system and sensor fault.
MODBUS OUTPUT PORT
Permits connection of the system to any PLC (programmable logic controller)
or DCS (distributed control system) using industry standard communications,
thereby providing a very flexible system topology.
AUTOMATIC FAILURE MODE
ANALYSIS
Cable faults are detected to an accuracy of ±1.25m. The control system is
continuously monitoring and a full syntax of fault information is provided with the
system.
SAFE LASER SOURCE
In the event of a cable failure, where the laser light source may be exposed, the
laser light is determined a safe source in accordance with IEC825.
DIAGNOSTIC CAPABILITY
Enables interrogation of the system to determine system status.
MODEM INTERFACE
By using a remote PC with a dial up connection to the host PC on site, it is possible
for system to be accessed from a remote location to help assist with on-line
technical support.
•
Low thermal mass for rapid response to temperature
•
Low smoke halogen free jacket, with excellent flame
retardancy. Suitable for all indoor applications
•
Stainless steel clad fibre optic cable suitable for all harsh area
applications
•
Strong, lightweight and flexible
•
Designed for ease of installation
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Summary of Cable Features
FEATURES
BENEFITS
CONTINUOUS TEMPERATURE
PROFILES
By connecting a PC, it is possible to monitor the entire sensing cable length to
view the current status of the alarm system which assists in easily determining the
proximity to an alarm state.
VARIABLE RATE OF RISE AND FIXED
TEMPERATURE FUNCTION
Variable rate of rise and fixed temperature alarm levels, ensure a flexible heat
detector sensitivity which can be tailor made to give an early warning signal,
dependant on the fire risk.
PROGRAMMABLE NUMBER AND
LENGTH OF FIRE DETECTION ZONES
A single cable length can be divided into multiple fire detection zones thereby
giving increased system flexibility whilst keeping cable lengths to a minimum.
MULTIPLE & PROGRAMMABLE ALARM
LEVELS PER FIRE DETECTION ZONE
Pre-alarm warnings can be given, prior to a full alarm condition, thus helping to
ensure minimal plant downtime.
UNRIVALLED RESPONSE TIME
The sensing element is designed to respond very quickly to changes in ambient
temperature thus ensuring an early warning heat detection system.
DIRECT PC CONNECTION
This enables a user to view the temperature profile for the risk. It also provides an
interface to allow adjustment of the alarm trip levels - this is access level protected.
Fibre Optic Temperature Sensing provides several output options, which operate concurrently to give system design flexibility. Thirty programmable relays can be used
to map out alarm zones and signal into a fire panel, either directly or via addressable interface modules such as the MX CIM800. Protocol definition data is provided to
enable the Control Unit to be connected via a PLC to a centralised control and monitor information centre, eg. SCADA. The full 200-zone capability of the system can be
exploited using the MODBUS protocol. The Functional Block Diagram on page 79 shows typical system architecture.
Sensa Manager Software
The Sensa Manager software is used as an interface
to the Control Unit. By using this software, it is possible
to configure the unit to suit the particular fire risk.
The system is password protected and can be set up
to provide a continuous display of system status on
a dedicated PC. Useful tool for commissioning and
technical support.
Temperature Profile & Alarm Display
Illustration of the temperature profile display for the entire fibre length and also a numerical display
for the individual zonal temperatures.
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Detector Test Equipment
Part Numbers
517.001.230 SOLO100 Telescopic pole 1.26m
to 4.5m
517.001.226 SOLO101 Extension tube 1.13M
long for use with S100 Telescopic
extension pole
517.001.264 SOLO610 Protective Carry/
Storage Bag for Solo Detector Test
Kit
Part Number
X500
Tyco Test Smoke
120g can
Part Number
517.001.224
Part Number
517.001.262
CO Detector Test Gas,
120g can
SOLO704 Adaptor tube B - adapts
SOLO100/101 pole sets for
TYCO detector changers and
testers
Part Number
X60
Brandax KS Smoke Cartridge,
6 430g cartridges, dia
90x110mm, 400m3 smoke
vol, 300-360s burn time
Part Number
517.001.255
Part Number
X811
Part Numbers
X461
SOLO461 Cordless heat detector
tester kit including SOLO460
tester, SOLO720 battery batons
and SOLO724 charger. (Connects
directly to SOLO100/101 poles).
517.001.239
SOLO760 Spare battery baton for
use with SOLO 450/460 tester
517.001.242
SOLO461 Spare battery
517.001.243
SOLO724 Spare mains/car
battery charger for SOLO720
battery baton
X811
SOLO811 Smoke detector test
kit including SOLO330 aerosol
dispenser, SOLO200 detector
removal tool, SOLO100 pole and
SOLO610 equipment bag
Smoke Detector test kit
Part Number
517.050.004
Part Number
X61
Brandax VS Smoke Cartridge,
5 60g cartridges, dia
32x62mm, 55m3 smoke vol,
180-240s burn time
SOLO330 Aerosol dispenser
for use with all detector ranges.
Connects directly to S100/S101
poles
Part Number
517.001.240
M69 Detector changer for
use with M600/M900 series.
Requires Adaptor B and SOLO
100 pole
Part Number
X62
Ventilax Smoke Cartridge,
5 60g cartridges, dia
18x62mm, 17m3 smoke
vol, 180-240s burn time
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Part Number
X65
Splintax Smoke Matches, 20
1g matches, 0.7m3 smoke
vol, 25s burn time
SOLO200 Universal detector
changer for use with various
manufacturers detectors - not
suitable for M600/900 series
low profile. Connects directly to
SOLO100/101 poles
Part Number
X66
Miniax Smoke Cartridge,
10 3g cartridges, dia
14x32mm, 2.5m3 smoke
vol, 40s burn time
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SOLO Test Equipment for Point & Flame Detectors
1.13m
517.001.262
CO DETECTOR
TEST GAS
X500
TYCO
TEST SMOKE
517.001.240
SOLO200 S200
DETECTOR CHANGER
592.001.012
T110 TEST SOURCE FOR
S110 FLAME DETECTOR
592.001.016
T210+ TEST SOURCE FOR
S200 FLAME DETECTOR
1.13m
1.13m
1.13m
9m TOTAL
POLE LENGTH
592.001.014
T210 ADAPTOR
FOR S200 FLAME
DETECTOR
517.001.255
SOLO330 AEROSOL
DISPENSER
517.001.224
SOLO704
ADAPTOR TUBE B
4.5m
517.001.226
SOLO101
EXTENSION POLE
1.13m
X461
HEAT DETECTOR
TESTER
517.001.239
SOLO720 SPARE
BATTERY BATON
517.001.230
SOLO100
TELESCOPIC
EXTENSION POLE SET
1.26m to 4.5m
517.001.264
SOLO610 PROTECTIVE STORAGE BAG
S200 Series Test Equipment & Accessories
Part Number
592.001.016
T210+ Test Source for use with
SOLO 704 Adaptor Tube B and
SOLO100/101 poles
Part Number
592.001.014
T210+ Adaptor for S200
Detectors
Part Number
517.001.184
S/S bracket assy for with all
S100/200 Series detectors
S100 Series Test Equipment
Part Numbers
592.001.005 T110 Adaptor for S131/161
Part Number
592.001.012
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T110 Test Source for use with
SOLO 704 Adaptor Tube B and
SOLO100/101 poles
Part Number
592.001.005
T110 Adaptor for S131/161
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592.001.010
T110 PP9 Battery and Charger kit
592.001.012
T110 Test Source for use with
SOLO 704 adaptor tube B and
SOLO100/101 poles
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Hazardous Area Classification
Liquids, Gases &
Vapours
Dust, Fibres &
Flyings
ZONE 0
Continuously
Hazardous
Vapour space in a
storage tank
ZONE 1
Frequently
Hazardous
Container filling
area
ZONE 2
Only Hazardous
under abnormal
conditions
Sealed container
store above 3
metres in a plant
ZONE 20
Continuously
Hazardous
Inside the Grain
Silo
ZONE 21
Frequently
Hazardous
Bag Filling Loading
& Unloading
ZONE 22
Only Hazardous
under abnormal
conditions
Other Areas
Comparative List of Australian and International Standards
Equipment Standards
Standard
Australia
IEC
CENELEC
UK
Area Classification
AS 2430
600 79-10
-
BS5245.2
General Requirements
AS 2380.1
600 79-0
EN50 014
BS5501.1
Ex d Flameproof
AS 2380.2
600 79-1
EN50 018
BS5501.5
Ex p Pressurisation or Purging
AS 2380.4
600 79.2/79.13
-
-
Ex e Increased Safety
AS 2380.6
600 79-7
EN50 019
BS5501.6
Ex n Non-Sparking
AS 2380.9
600 79-15
Draft PREN50 021
BS6941
Ex i Intrinsic Safety
AS 2380.7
600 79-11
EN50 020
BS5501.7
Ex m Encapsulation
AS 2431
600 79-18
-
-
Ex s Special Protection
AS 1826
600 79.0 C1.25.6
-
-
Ex v Ventilation
AS 1482
-
-
-
Dust Excluding Ignition Proof (DIP)
AS/NZS 61241
-
-
-
Cable Glands
AS 1828
No Standard
-
-
Standard
Australia
IEC
CENELEC
UK
General Requirements
AS 2381.1*
600 79-14
-
BS5345.1
Ex d Flameproof
AS 2381.2*
600 79-14
-
BS5345.3
Ex p Pressurisation & Ex pl Purging
-
600 79-14
-
-
Ex e Increased Safety
AS 2381.6*
600 79-14
-
BS5345.6
Ex i Intrinsic Safety
AS 2381.7*
600 79-14
-
BS5345.4
Ex n Non-Sparking
AS1076.9*
600 79-14
-
BS5345.7
Ex s Special Protection
AS 1076.13*
600 79-14
-
-
Ex m Encapsulation
-
-
-
-
Dust Exclusion Ignition Proof (DIP)
AS/NZS 61241
-
-
BS5345.10
Installation Standards
* Note: In Australia the SAA Wiring Rules (AS 3000) also apply in addition to the standards shown above
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LOGOTYPE:
Evac
Zone
Name
Fire
Zone
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1
2
5
LOAD
Loudspeaker Output
(Watts)
RATING
QTY
Amplifiers
Strobe
Outputs
(Qty)
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(Qty
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DATE REQ:
BGA
Inputs
Fip
Inputs
Remarks
SECP
(FP0539) PAGING CONSOLE
(SU0168) GOOSENECK MIC.
(SU0169) DESKTOP MIC.
(PA0688) MIC. PRE-AMP BD
Cabinets (Qty)
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Evacuation tone
ISO 8201 (Aus default)
AS 2220 (NZ default)
Speech Messages
Evac… as directed (Aus)
Evacuate… fire exit (NZ)
Special attached
Speech in auto only
Message with Alert tone
Relay Outputs
Fault
Alarm
Any Alert/Evac/PA/PABX
Other attached
Inputs
BGA use FIP i/ps
BGA use 3-4 wire WIP ccts
BGA use 2 wire WIP ccts
FIP use WIP ccts
FIP use RZDU
FIP use PanelLink
Cascade
Disabled
Standard 2 up 1 down
Special attached
21U
40U
Networking
Attach zone – zone mapping,
control priority, inter-ECPWIPs
etc.
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Fire Detection Product Catalogue
Index
Stockcode
01-33-23
01-33-32
2081-9027
2081-9062
2081-9063
2190-9156
2190-9162
2190-9164
2190-9169
2190-9173
2975-9006
2975-9257
2975-9258
2975-9260
310-16F
40020
4090-9001
4090-9002
4090-9101
4090-9116
4090-9117
4090-9118
4090-9119
4090-9120
4098-0027
4098-9637EA
4098-9638EA
4098-9639EA
4098-9640EA
4098-9714EA
4098-9717EA
4098-9733E
4098-9754E
4098-9755EA
4098-9789EA
4098-9789EAP
4098-9793EA
4098-9794EA
4098-9795EA
4098-9796EA
4099-9032
4099-9032N
4100
4100-0110
4100-0111K
4100-0154K
4100-0451K
4100-0895K
4100-ME0456
4100U-S1
4120
4120-0451
4190-8601
4190-9008
4190-9050
4300
4603-9101
4906-9103
4906-9104
515.001.025
515.001.026
515.001.035
515.001.036
515484
515485
515487
516.015.007
516.015.008
516.015.009
516.015.010
516.015.011
516.015.012
516.016.001
516.037.015
516.040.002
516.052.041
516.052.051
516.054.011
516.058.002
516.600.066
516.600.301
516.600.304
516.600.305
517.001.184
517.001.224
517.001.226
517.001.230
517.001.239
517.001.240
Page 80
Product Description
Page
uStockcode
66
66
29
69
69
25
25
25
25
25
28
26
26
28
56
53
26
26
27
27
27
28
28
28
30
8
8
8
8
30
30
31
30
32
31
31
32
31
30
30
28
28
20
Addressable Module
25
Fault Isolator MAPNET II
25
Simplex/VESDA HLI Panel Mount I/F
24
Panel Mount Printer
24
Mini-Gen Mk2 12V 20W - Simplex
52
4100U 4x AS1668 Fan Control Module
23
Double Loop Addressable
22
21
Panel Mount Printer
24
GCC Software Package
29
BACPac Portal
29
Analogue Monitor ZAM
26
Fire Wire Enclosure
70
Serial LCD Annunciator
29
Wall Mount Multi-Candela Synch. Strobe
53
Ceiling Mount Multi-Candela Synch. Strobe 53
MCP Glass no logo
12
Black Callpoint Bezel For CP2/5/8/900
12
Weather StopperII Surface Mount
11
Surface Mount Weather Cover
11
Spare Fireray 2000 Beam Det. Transmitter 70
Spare Fireray 2000 Beam Det. Receiver
70
Spare Fireray 2000 Main PCB
70
Fireray 2000 Retro-reflector 100x100mm
70
Fireray 2000 Alignment Tool
70
STI9625 Beam Detector Guard
70
FireRay 600R Reflective Beam Smoke Det. 70
Fireray 50/100R 5-50m Reflector
70
Fireray 50/100R 100m Detector
70
MDU601Ex Enhanced CO & Heat
67
S232f+ Collective I/F Ex d
67
S261f+ Relay I/F Ex d
66
MD611Ex Collective Heat EEx ia IIC T5
67
MD601Ex Collective Heat EEx ia IIC T5
67
MR601TEx Coll. High Perf Opt Smoke Det 67
MU601Ex Int Safe CO Detector
67
601FEx Collective Flame Detector
68
Tyco 614P Photoelectric Conv. Smoke Det
7
Tyco 614CH CO & Heat Conv. Det
7
Tyco 614I Ionisation Conv. Smoke Det
7
S100/200 Flame Det Mnt Brkt Assy S/S 66,75
SOLO704 Adaptor Tube
74
SOLO101 Extension Tube
74
SOLO100 Telescopic Pole
74
SOLO720 Spare Battery
74
X200 SOLO200 Detector Changer
74
517.001.243
517.001.255
517.001.262
517.001.263
517.001.264
517.035.011
517.050.004
517.050.015
517.050.017
517.050.023
517.050.603
517.050.612
517.050.614
557.001.040
576.501.005
576.501.016
576.501.043
577.001.035
592.001.005
592.001.010
592.001.012
592.001.014
592.001.016
IR6003/7 Mist and Smoke Detector
Universal Module for IR6003/7
Isolated Loop Circuit Protector
Galvanic Current Repeater 1 Channel
Galvanic Current Repeater 2 Channel
Monitor ZAM Style B Flush
Signal & Control ZAM Style Y Flush
Control Relay ZAM DPDT Flush
Line Powered Isolator Module
2 Point I/O Module
IDNet ZAM Mounting Box
MAPNET II ZAM Mounting Box
MAPNET II ZAM Mounting Box Cover
IDNet ZAM Mounting Box
Squashni Sounder
External Wall Mount Strobe
IDNet Individual Addressable Module(IAM)
Relay IAM
IDNet Monitor Zone Adapter Mod(ZAM)
IDNet Line Isolator
IDNet Power Isolator
IDNet Relay IAM with T-Sense Input
IDNet Relay IAM with Unsupervised Input
IDNet 6-point I/O c/w T-Sense & Relay O/P
Detector Guard
614T Type A Heat Det
614T Type B Heat Det
614T Type C Heat Det
614T Type D Heat Det
TrueAlarm Photoelectric Smoke Detector
TrueAlarm Ionisation Smoke Detector
TrueAlarm Heat Detector
TrueAlarm Photo & Heat Multi Sensor
TrueAlarm DSU
TrueAlarm Analogue Addressable Base
TrueAlarm Base - Moisture Protected
TrueAlarm IDNet Isolator Base
TrueAlarm Analogue Addr. Sounder Base
TrueAlarm Multi-Sensor Sounder Base
TrueAlarm Analogue Addr. Detector Base
IDNet Manual Call Point
MAPNET II Manual Call Point
601SB
920450
A2245
A2255
A2339
AAM2
ADC130
ADM130
ADM131
ADM133
ADS130
BELL01
C131A
CCU
CL0423
D515B
D51
D51Z131
DHM-5B
DLE201215A
DLE201215R
E502
E521
E523
E524
E525
E526
E529
E542
E551
E553
E554
E555
E556
E561
E566
E573
E574
E575
E700-CSC
E700-CT
E700-DECAL
E700-EC
E700-LB
E700-P
E700-PC
E700-PJ
E700-SB
E700-SP
E700-SPDCL
E700-SPLR
E700-SRB
E700-TA
EA0005
EA0006
EA0007
EA0013
EA0016
EA0017
EA0101
EA0102
EA0104
EA0301
EA0302
EA0305
Product Description
Page
SOLO724 Spare Battery Charger
74
X330 SOLO330 Aerosol Dispenser
74
CO Test Gas 120g can
74
S200 Weather Protection Assy
66
SOLO610 Carry Bag
74
Aluminium Double Gang Back Box
13
M600/900 Detector Changer
74
Volume Adjustment Tool
9
5B 5” Detector Base
9
5BEx Universal Base for 600/800Ex
68
DeckHead Mounting
9
Terminal Accessory Kit
9
Detector Cage
9
Sounder Base terminal cap
9
Multi-Tone Sounder
56
Multi-Tone Sounder with IP66 base
56
Horn, up to 115dB(A) in red GRP, ATEX
56
601SB Sounder Base
9
T110 Adaptor For S131/161
75
T110 PP9 Battery and Charger Kit
75
T110 Test Source for SOLO704 &100/101 75
T210+ Adaptor for S200+ Detectors
75
T210+ Plus Test Source for S200+ only.
Suitable For Use In Hazardous Areas
75
MkII Sounder Base
6
FR2000 Opt. Beam Smoke Det. comp.-UL ap70
Audio Line Attenuator 100V 10W
55
Audio Line Attenuator 100V 40W
55
Audio Line Attenuator 100V 100W
55
Alarm Acknowledge Module FP0894/5
34
130 series Control Module
17
130 series Monitor Module
17
130 series Mini Monitor Module
17
130 series Micro Monitor Module
17
130 series Short Circuit Isolator
17
Motorised Bell 200mm 24Vdc
56
130 series Ionisation smoke detector
18
CCUNet
42
F3200 Transformer 240V 2.5A 31V RMS
5
Duct Housing c/w 5B base
8
Duct Housing without base
8
130 Series Duct Housing
19
DeckHead Mounting
9
Strobe Amber - IP65
53
Strobe Red - IP65
53
Remote Indicator 75mm dia Fire Alarm
33
Rem. Ind. 75mm dia F A in Concealed Space 33
Rem. Ind. 75mm dia Fire Alarm in Room
33
Rem. Ind. 75mm dia Fire Alarm Above
33
Rem. Ind. 75mm dia Fire Alarm in Duct
33
Rem. Ind. 75mm dia Fire Alarm in Roof
33
Rem. Ind. 75mm dia Fire Alarm in Cupboard 33
Rem. Ind. Rect. Fire Alarm
33
Rem. Ind. Rect. F A in Concealed Space
33
Rem. Ind. Rectangular Fire Alarm in Room 33
Rem. Ind. Rectangular Fire Detector Above 33
Rem. Ind. Rectangular Fire Alarm in Duct
33
Rem. Ind. Rectangular Fire Alarm in Roof
33
Rem. Ind. Rect. latching F A in Concealed Space33
Rem. Ind. Rect. latching F A in Roof Space 33
Rem. Ind. Rect. latching Fire Alarm in Room 33
Rem. Ind. Rect. latching Fire Alarm Above 33
Rem. Ind. Rect. latching Fire Alarm in Duct 33
Capilliary Sampling Connector
65
Capillary Sampling Tube 8mm OD
65
VESDA Aspirating Pipe Label
65
End Cap - not drilled
65
Long Radius Bend 150mm
65
VESDA Bell End Pipe 4m x 5 lengths
65
Pipe Clip - Single Point Fix
65
Pipe Junction Fitting
65
Small Radius Bend 90mm
65
Sampling Point - Mini
65
Sampling Point Decal 200 per roll
64,65
VESDA LBL Sampling Point Label
64,65
Standard Base for HASP
65
Trunk Adaptor
65
One Shot 5W Speaker & grille incl. cap.
55
100mm Speaker incl tx & cap.
55
200mm Speaker incl tx & cap.
55
ABS 10W horn speaker + cap. 255mm
53
ABS 20W horn speaker + cap. 285mm
54
Alum 30W horn speaker 270mm
54
Grille for EA0007
55
Grille for EA0006
55
Screw Covers Pkt of 80
55
Strobe Amber Ax35
53
Strobe Red Ax35
53
Strobe Amber TK86HP24
53
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Stockcode
Product Description
Page
EA0306
Strobe Red TK86HP24
53
EA0313
Dual Strobe Unit
53
EA0404
WIP Phone
47
EA0405
Magnetic Door Holder Release Switch
60
EA0407
Electro-magnetic Door Holder 150mm
60
EA0408
Electro-magnetic Door Holder 300mm
61
EA0409
Floor Mount Door Holder & Box
61
EA0410
Electro-mag Door Hold 150mm,90deg
61
EA0411
Electro-mag Door Hold 300mm,90deg
61
EA0412
WIP Phone Surface Mount Enclosure
47
EA0700
5W Speaker + Grille 220mm incl. cap.
55
ESS7010ISR
EExia LED Warning Light
54
ESS7010R
Xenon Strobe
53
ESS7111XR
IP Rated Flashing Beacon
54
F3200
Collective Intelligent FIP
5
F3200 8
F3200 8 Zone FIP
5
FA2300
AVI Faceplate ‘Fire Alarm Evac Area’
57
FA2301
AVI Faceplt ‘Fire Alarm Do Not Enter’
57
FA2302
AVI Face ‘Do Not Enter CO2 Dischgd’
57
FA2303
AVI Face ‘D N E FM200 Discharged’
57
FA2304
AVI Face ‘D N E Inergen Discharged’
57
FA2306
AVI Face ‘CO2 System Inoperative’
57
FA2307
AVI Face ‘FM200 System Inoperative’
57
FA2308
AVI Face ‘Inergen System Inoperative’
57
FA2310
AVI Face ‘Warning Fire Door Closing’
57
FA2476
AVI Face ‘Extinguishing System Inoperative’ 57
FP0101
Electromagnetic Door Holder
60
FP0487
F4000 Loop Booster PCB 1901-35
15
FP0529
Empty ADR/MPR box
13
FP0539
Paging Console
46
FP0553
F3200 8 Zone Expansion Kit
6
FP0554
F3200 8 Relay Expansion Kit
6
FP0558
RDU Full Cabinet
41
FP0570
Local Gas Control Station - Auto
40
FP0572
Local Gas Control Station - Manual
40
FP0575
F4000 MPR 1901-141
14
FP0576
PSU/Battery Box 440x550x211mm
59
FP0698
T-Gen50 3U Rack Mnt Assy
52
FP0711
TPI c/w PSU in cabinet
35
FP0749
F3200 PSU Upgrade Kit 3A to 6A AS1603
6
FP0754
PSU2406F 24V 6A in FP0813 box
58
FP0755
F4000 ADR-M 4mA 1901-116
13
FP0766
PSU1948 24V 2A
59
FP0778
V-Modem
35
FP0779
F3200 PSU Upgrade Kit 3A to 6A AS4428
6
FP0784
F3200 8 Zone FIP
5
FP0790
NDU 15U MAF, PSU
41
FP0794
NDU 4U 19” Rack
41
FP0795
F3200 Network Upgrade Kit (AS 4428)
5
FP0802
PSU1948 12V 0.5A for ASE
59
FP0803
24V 12A PSU
58
FP0804
24V 0.5A PSU
58
FP0842
Alarm Acknowledge Module AAM4
34
FP0852
24V 2A VESDA PSU
59
FP0853
AVI MkII 2 Line Red
57
FP0854
AVI MkII 3 Line Yellow
57
FP0865
Compact FF Surface Mount
41
FP0866
Compact FF Flush Mount
41
FP0867
TPI c/w GSM phone, no PSU
35
FP0874
MX4428 PSU 24Vdc 2.5A
59
FP0875
Isolation Amplifier
59
FP0876
F3200 AS4428 8U, 3A PSU 1U Gas Ctrl.
6
FP0877
F3200 AS4428 15U, 6A PSU 1U Gas Ctrl
6
FP0880
Nurse Station Annunciator Flush Mnt
41
FP0881
Nurse Station Annunciator Surface Mnt
41
FP0882
PSU AS1603 24Vdc 2.5A
59
FP0894
AAM2 with FA2317 Fascia
34
FP0895
AAM2 with FA2318 Fascia
34
FP0902
PC Paging Console
46
FP0935
4100U-S1 ASE Door Kit
23
FP0937
4100U-S1 PPU/AIU Door kit
23
FW105
105°C Sensor Cable
70
FW180
180°C Sensor Cable
70
FW68
68°C Sensor Cable
70
FZ3031
16 Zone LED Display PCB (LHS)
5, 36
FZ9011
7U Door 5 AS1668 Fan Controls
39
FZ9012
7U Door 15 AS1668 Fan Controls
39
FZ9028
3U AIU/PPU Bracket & Loom
5
GX93R
Mini Horn Sounder ISO 8201 T3 Red
56
GX93W
Mini Horn Sounder ISO 8201 T3 White
56
HP-20EEXIINT 20W Ex Horn Speaker
54
HS-15EEXIINT 15W Ex Horn Speaker
54
K2142
Back Box for MX modules
13
KFD0-Ex151
Galvanic Current Repeater 1 Channel
69
KFD0-Ex251
Galvanic Current Repeater 2 Channel
69
KFD2-STC4-Ex1 Galvanic Current Repeater 1 Ch SMART
69
KT0072
F3200 Cardframe Upgrade Kit
6
KT0113
Kit, AS1668 Control Module Type 3
39
KT0292
AVI Expansion Kit Red LED PCB+hardware 57
Fire Detection Product Catalogue
Index
Stockcode
KT0293
KT0419
KT0469
KT0478
LM0041
LM0042
LM0047
LM0049
LM0053
LM0065
LM0076
LM0092
LM0185
LM0195
M520
MD601EX
MDU601EX
ME0060
ME0098
ME0213
ME0258
ME0259
ME0289
ME0290
ME0291
ME0292
ME0330
ME0331
ME0333
ME0334
ME0340
ME0343
ME0355
ME0438
ME0439
ME0440
ME0441
ME0442
ME0444
MR601TEx
MU601Ex
P131A
P132A
P136
PA0449
PA0453
PA0463
PA0470
PA0473
PA0474
PA0475
PA0481
PA0482
PA0483
PA0487
PA0491
PA0494
PA0498
PA0621
PA0622
PA0640
PA0641
PA0642
PA0646
PA0647
PA0648
PA0649
PA0650
PA0651
PA0652
PA0653
PA0657
PA0688
PA0689
PA0690
PA0691
PA0692
PA0695
PA0696
PA0697
PA0698
PA0700
PA0711
PA0712
PA0713
PA0717
PA0751
PA0758
PA0759
Product Description
Page
AVI Expansion Kit Red Double Sided
57
3U Self-Adhesive A4 Document Holder
5
3U Self Adhesive A5 Document Holder
5
AS1668 5W Fan Control Module Kit
39
Programming Cable DB9 to c.i.e.
36
Programming Cable DB25 to c.i.e.
36
QE90 TRAN8872 26W FRC Style D
36
26W FRC Style B
36
20W FRC Style A
36
RS485 DB9 to 10W FRC
36
ECM Programming DB9F to DB9F
36
F3200 Mk2 Controller to 1st Display
36
MX4428 Molex to CMOS/RS-232
36
MAPNET Power Harness
36
Module Cover
13
Collective I.S. Heat Detector
67
Collective I.S. CO & Heat Detector
67
F3200/F4000 Display Door 1901-79
5,36
F3200 AS 4428 Control Pnl Assy incl PCB
5
Dynamic Mic for QE90/ECP9002 - DIN plug 46
1U Document Tray (135 deep)
13
1U Document Tray (310 deep)
13
T-Gen 50 1U Ctrl Pnl incl sw, loom & h’ware 52
Dynamic Mic for T-Gen/QE90/ECP9702
46
T-Gen 50 Auto/Isol/Evac switch & brkt
52
T-Gen 50 Empty Box Keyed 003
52
PSU2406 24V 6A Brick for QE90
58
PSU2406 24V 6A 2U mounting
58
PSU2412 24V 12A 2U mount for QE90
58
PSU2406F 24V 6A Brick F4000
58
PSU2406 24V 6A 2U mounting F4000
58
PSU2412F 24V 12A 2U mount F4000
58
4U Door, AS4428 keypad, PA0890 PCB
13
1 Zone Gas Flood 7U Door & Loom
40
2 Zone Gas Flood 7U Door & Loom
40
3 Zone Gas Flood 7U Door & Loom
40
4 Zone Gas Flood 7U Door & Loom
40
1 Zone Gas Flood 1U Door & Loom
40
4U Door & AS4428 Keypad (no PCB)
5
Collect. Optical Smoke Detector ATEX app 67
Collective CO EEx ia IIC T5
67
130 series Photoelectric smoke detector
18
130 series Laser smoke detector
18
Collective Non-Latching Duct Sampling Unit 8
F4000 Power Supply PCB 1901-2
15
Relay Responder Module 1901-15
15
F4000 Loop Booster PCB 1901-35
15
16 Way Relay PCB
15
IOR PCB 32 in/32 out 1901-72
14
32 Way Input Termination PCB
15
IO-NET 32 Way Input PCB
15
RZDU to RS232 I/F PCB 1901-100
15,49
F4000 Memory/LCD I/F PCB 1901-102
15
IOR Unprotected Terminal PCB
15
Banked EPROM Emulator PCB 1901-113
15
F3200 MAF/PSU 3A
5
Bell Monitor Board
53
IO-NET 16W Output PCB
15
QE90 RWIF9803 Remote WIP PCB
49
QE90 8 Circuit WIP MWIP9903 PCB
50
TPI PCB only
35
QE90 1 WIP/Zone ECP9702-1 PCB
50
QE90 WIP Slave 0V ref WIPS2000 PCB
50
QE90 Audio Line Isol ALIN9706 PCB
51
QE90 200W Amp Module AMP200
48
QE90 200W Transformer TRAN200 PCB
48
QE90 SEC panel I/F SPIF9709 PCB
49
QE90 4 Zone Pwr Amp EAMP9001 PCB
48
QE90 FIP/BGA Master FIB8910 PCB
51
QE90 FIP/BGA Ext FIPE9004 PCB
51
QE90 Disp/Kybd 3WIP/Z EMSP8911-2
50
QE90 Signal I/F SE9004 PCB
49
QE90 Strobe Terminator STBT9008 PCB
48
QE90 WIP Flashing LED WLED9307 PCB 50
QE90 2x50W Amp HAMP9308 PCB
48
QE90 2x50W Txfrmr HTRN9308-1 PCB
48
QE90 1x100W Txfrmr HTRN9308-1 PCB
48
QE90 2x50W Music Txfrmr HTMS9408-2
48
QE90 1x100W Music Txfrmr HTMS9408-2 48
QE90 Strobe/Relay STRM9502 PCB
51
QE90 Comm Module ECM9603 PCB
51
IO-NET Programmer PCB
15
RS485 Comms PCB Plug-on 1901-139-1
35
RS485 Comms to RS232 PCB
35
MPR PCB 1901-141
15
PTM PCB 1931-2-3
15
F4000 Main PCB no software 1901-12
15
QE90 Mux. 16s EMUX9601 PCB
51
QE90 Mux. 60s EMUX9601 PCB
51
Stockcode
PA0766
PA0769
PA0773
PA0792
PA0794
PA0795
PA0796
PA0799
PA0813
PA0815
PA0838
PA0848
PA0873
PA0886
PA0890
PA0891
PA0909
PA0916
PA1025
PA1026
PA1043
PS12120
PS12180
PS12240
PS12400
PS12650
PS1270
PS200
QE90
S231f+
S231i+
S232f+
S261f+
S262f+
SC070
SM0031
SM0032
SM0033
SR3T-P
STI-CIS
STICIS METER
SU0168
SU0169
SU0600
SU0605
SU0608
SU0611
SU0612
SU0613
SU0614
SU0615
SU0631
SU0632
SW0121
T131A
T4E100X
T4E145X
T4E60X
T4E90X
TALKBOX
TSP-CD3
TSP-CD4
VHH-100
VHX-0200
VHX-0400
VLC-500
VLC-505
VLC-600
VLF-250-02
VLF-500-02
VLP-000
VLP-001
VLP-002
VLP-012
VLP-400
VLS-200
VLS-204
VLS-214
VLS-300
VLS-304
VLS-314
VLS-600
VLS-700
VRT-100
VRT-200
VRT-300
VRT-400
VRT-600
VRT-700
Product Description
Page
T-Gen50 PCB, ISO 8201, Aust speech
52
16W Unprotected Term Bd c/w resistors
15
RS485 Comms PCB FRC 1901-139-3
35
QE90 4x25W TRAN9705-2 PCB
49
QE90 2x25W TRAN9705-4 PCB
49
QE90 4x10W Amp TRAN9706-1 PCB
49
QE90 4x10W TRAN9706-2 PCB
49
PCB PTM no software 1931-84-3
49
PCB 1966-1-2 PSU 12/24 MON/TERM
58
ADR-M 4mA 15V MCP 1901-116
15
ZAU401
32,68
PSU Indicator PCB 1966-38
59
F3200 MAF/PSU 3A - AS 4428
6
T-Gen50 PCB, Bell, Aust speech, no tone
52
F4000 PCB AS4428 keypad/LCD module
13
F4000 PCB AS1603 keypad/LCD module
13
PCB 1931-111-1 F3200 4428 Ctrl no s/w
5
QE90 WIP Termination WTRM2000 PCB
50
Mini-Gen Mk2 12V
52
Mini-Gen Mk2 24V
52
ISO 8201 Strobe Driver Module PCB
52
Battery 12V 12Ah
58
Battery 12V 17Ah
58
Battery 12V 24Ah
58
Battery 12V 40Ah
58
Battery 12V 70Ah
58
Battery 12V 7Ah
58
Transparent hinged cover for SU0631
12
EWIS Controller
45
Triple IR Flame Det+Collective cct I/F Exd
66
Triple IR Flame Det + Collective I/F Ex ia
66
Triple IR Flame Det. + Coll. Zone I/F Exd
66
Triple IR Flame Det. Relay Outputs Exd
66
Triple IR Flame Det. alm & flt relay o/p I/F Exd 66
MCP Test Keys pack of 10
11,12
FA1201 F4000 LCD/Keyboard Overlay
13
FA1159 F4000 Master Keyboard Overlay
13
FA1172 F4000 RZDU Keyboard Overlay
13
MCP Back Box incl. Terminals
12,28
Speech Intelligibility Analyser & TALKBox kit 47
Speech Intelligibility Analyser
47
Gooseneck Microphone
46
Desktop Microphone
46
15V Collective Manual Call Point
11
MCP Glass - Wormald
12
MCP White
47
MCP Waterproof single pole changeover
12
MCP Rainproof single pole changeover
12
MCP White Door Release S/P C/O
60
MCP White Door Release D/P C/O
60
MCP Transparent Hinged Cover
11,12
MCP Collective Red new style no backbox 11
MCP Surface Mounting Box - red
11,12
PSU Mains Switch DPST 250VAC 6A
13
130 series Heat Detector
18
T54B Point Type Heat Detector - 100°C
68
T54B Point Type Heat Detector - 145°C
68
T54B Point Type Heat Detector - 60°C
68
T54B Point Type Heat Detector - 90°C
68
Talkbox for Speech Intelligibility Analyser
47
Standards Update CD Q3 2005
1
Technical CD Issue 3, 13 June 2006
1
Hand Held Programmer Plus Leads
64
PC Link HLI Plus Leads (Mk2)
64
Simplex PC Link HLI Plus Leads
24
LaserCOMPACT
62
VESDA LaserCOMPACT + VESDAnet I/F
62
Simplex TrueAlarm LaserCOMPACT
30,62
LaserFOCUS
62
LaserFOCUS
62
LaserPLUS Detector
62
LaserPLUS Detector and Programmer
62
LaserPLUS Detector + Display
62
LaserPLUS Det+Programmer+Display
62
LaserPLUS Detector with Fire/Ok LED
62
FD7 Scanner
63
FD7 Scanner + Display
63
FD7 Scanner + Programmer + Display
63
FD12 Scanner
63
FD12 Scanner + Display
63
FD12 Scanner + Programmer + Display
63
FD7 LaserPLUS Scanner+Fire OK LED
63
FD12 LaserPLUS Scanner+Fire OK LED
63
Remote Programmer
63
Remote Display Including 7 Relays
63
Remote VESDAnet Socket
63
Remote Scan Display Incl 7 Relays
63
Remote Detector Display - No Relays
63
Remote Scanner Display - No Relays
63
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Product Description
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VRT-800
VRT-J00
VRT-K00
VSP-001
VSP-002
VSP-004
VSP-005
VSP-006
VSP-008
VSP-009
VSP-014
VSP-015
VSP-019
VSP-025
VSR-0
VSR-1
VSR-2
VSR-2000
VSR-2210
VSR-2221
VSR-2222
VSR-3
VSR-4
VSR-5
VSR-6
VSR-7
VSR-8
VSR-9
VSR-CUSTOM
Remote Scanner Display with 12 Relays
63
LaserCOMPACT Remote Disp+7 Relays
63
LaserCOMPACT Rem. Display w/o I/F Relays63
Programmer (Spare)
64
Detector Display (Spare)
64
Scanner Display (Spare)
64
Filter Cartridge (Spare)
64
Spare Detector Chassis + Manif
64
Spare Remote Termination card 7 relays
64
Spare Scanner Chassis + Manifold
64
Spare Header Termination card 7 relays
64
Spare Aspirator Fan
64
LaserPLUS Filter Cover Door (Spare)
64
Filter Cartridge VSP-005 pkt of 20
64
LaserPLUS Blank Sub Unit
64
Programmer sub-unit
64
Destector display sub-unit
64
19” Subrack with 1 Detector Display + 3 Blanks 64
19” Subrack Detector Disp. Prog. &1 blank 64
19” Subrack with 3 Detector Disp. & Prog. 64
19” Sub Rack with 4 Detector Displays
64
VESDANet Socket
64
SCANNER Display sub-unit+7 relays
64
Blank sub-unit with 7 relays
64
SCANNER with RTC no relay
64
SCANNER Display with RTC 7 relay
64
SCANNER Display with RTC 12 relays
64
Display relay processor RTC 12 relays
64
Custom Sub-Rack housing incl custom built
4 VSU sub rack units
64
VSR-E
Blank scanner sub-unit 7 relays
64
VSR-J
COMPACT Display sub-unit 7 relay
64
VSR-K
COMPACT Display RTC no relays
64
VSR-V
FOCUS Display
64
VSW-002
ASPIRE for Windows design software
64
VSW-004
VConfig Basic software
64
VSW-005
VConfigPro software
64
W500
120 dia x 80mm detector cage
32
W502
195 dia x 120mm detector cage
32
W504
130 dia x 105mm detector cage
32
W508
82 dia x 110mm T54B detector cage
32
X200
SOLO200 Universal Detector Changer
74
X330
SOLO Aerosol dispenser
74
X461
SOLO Heat Detector Tester
74
X500
Tyco Test Smoke 125g
74
X60
Brandax KS Smoke Cartridge 430g
74
X61
Brandax VS Smoke Emitter 60g
74
X62
Ventilax Smoke Emitter 18g
74
X65
Splintex Smoke Matches
74
X66
Miniax Smoke Cartridge 3g
74
X811
Smoke Detector Tester Kit
74
XL GRAPHICS XL Graphics
43
Z132A
130 series addressable sounder base
19
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Product Index
130 Series Addressable Detector ..................................18
130 Series Addressable Module ....................................17
130 Series Base .............................................................19
Alarm Acknowledge Module..........................................34
AS1668 Fan Control .......................................................39
AVI Signs .......................................................................57
Batteries ........................................................................58
Beam Type Smoke Detector ..........................................70
Bell.................................................................................56
Cables ............................................................................36, 37
CCU ...............................................................................42
Collective Detectors ......................................................7
Collective Fire Panel ......................................................5
Detector Accessories ....................................................9, 32
Detector Base................................................................6,19, 27
Detector Test Equipment ...............................................74
Detectors .......................................................................7, 9, 18, 30, 62, 66, 67, 70
Door Holder ...................................................................60
Duct Sampling Unit........................................................8, 19, 32
EWIS Accessories .........................................................46
EWIS Control Panel .......................................................45
Fan Control ....................................................................39
Fire Wire ........................................................................70
Flame Detector ..............................................................66
Gas Control Panel ..........................................................6, 40
Horn Speaker .................................................................54
Intrinsically Safe Barrier .................................................69
Intrinsically Safe Detectors ............................................66 - 68
IO-NET ...........................................................................15
Looms............................................................................36, 37
Manual Call Point & Acc.................................................11, 12, 60
Network Interface PCB..................................................35
Power Supply Unit .........................................................58, 59
Probe Type Detector ......................................................68
QE90 EWIS Panel & Acc ...............................................45 - 48
Remote Annunciators ....................................................41
Remote Indicator ...........................................................32
Responders ...................................................................14 - 16
RS485 Interface PCB .....................................................5, 35
Simplex Addressable Detectors ....................................27, 28
Simplex Addressable Fire Panel.....................................20
Simplex Addressable Module ........................................26 - 28
Simplex Fire Panel Accessories .....................................29
Sounder .........................................................................56
Speaker..........................................................................55
Special Hazard Detection...............................................66 - 68
Speech Intelligibility Meter ............................................47
Strobe ............................................................................53, 54
Tone Generator ..............................................................22, 52
VESDA Accessories .......................................................62 - 64
VESDA Detectors ..........................................................30, 62, 63
VESDA Pipe & Fittings ...................................................65
VESDA Pipe Labels ........................................................65
Vigilant Panel Accessories .............................................5, 6, 13,19, 40 - 44
WIP Phone.....................................................................47
XL Graphics ...................................................................43
Terms and Conditions
Definition - Where the context permits:
Agreement means the agreement between the Vendor and the Customer for the supply of Goods
by the Vendor to the Customer and shall be constituted by these Terms and Conditions of Sale and if
any, the Vendor’s quotation, Credit Arrangement and Guarantee.
Credit Arrangement means the credit terms available to the Customer pursuant to an application
by the Customer for the provision of Goods on credit submitted to the Vendor using the Vendor’s
standard credit application form and accepted in writing by the Vendor.
Customer means the person with whom the Vendor has agreed to supply Goods pursuant to the
Agreement.
Goods means the goods and services agreed to be supplied by the Vendor and purchased by the
Customer pursuant to the Agreement.
GST has the meaning given by the A New Tax System (Goods and Services Tax) Act 1999 (Cth), or,
if that Act does not exist means any Act imposing or relating to the imposition or administration of a
goods and services tax in Australia and any regulation made under that Act.
Guarantee means the guarantee document provided by the Customer or the Customer’s directors,
shareholders or principals to the Vendor to guarantee the performance of the Agreement by the
Customer.
Proprietary Information means any and all information and intellectual property relating to the Goods
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or the installation or operation of the Goods including but not limited to patents, designs, drawings,
instruction booklets, specifications, circuit drawings, componentry, trade secrets, trade marks and
copyright in such information and intellectual property.
Vendor means, Tyco Australia Pty Ltd, ABN 80 008 399 004 trading as SimplexGrinnell.
Quotations and Purchase Orders
1 Quotations from the Vendor are valid for a period of 30 days from the date of issue or otherwise
specified in the quotation. Prices given in any quotation by the Vendor are applicable to that
quotation only and will not apply in any other instances. A quotation from the Vendor is not an
offer to sell.
2 In order to purchase the Goods, the Customer must place with the Vendor a purchase order. If
the purchase order is in writing, it must set out an order number, the Vendor’s quotation number
(if applicable), full description of the Goods to be purchased, the delivery date, delivery point and
any other information required by the Vendor. The purchase order may be accepted or rejected by
Vendor.
3 A contract shall be formed by and upon the Vendor accepting in writing a purchase order from the
Customer pursuant to clause 2 or by the Vendor delivering the Goods to the Customer and each
contract shall be governed by the Agreement.
4 The Agreement shall take precedence over any other representations, agreements,
arrangements or understandings relating to the Goods and any matters in connection therewith.
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5 Any conditions or terms of purchase submitted by the Customer deviating from or inconsistent
with the Agreement will not bind the Vendor notwithstanding any statement by the Customer in its
purchase order that its terms and conditions prevail over the Agreement.
6 The Vendor may at its discretion, as a condition of acceptance of a purchase order require the
Customer to provide to the Vendor cash deposit, Guarantee, bank guarantee or enter into a Credit
Arrangement prior to delivery of the Goods.
Payment of purchase price
7 Purchase orders are accepted by the Vendor subject to the condition that the Customer agrees to pay
the purchase price appearing on the Vendor’s price list for those Goods current on the date the order is
accepted by the Vendor, or as otherwise quoted by the Vendor in writing.
8 Copies of the Vendor’s price list current as at the date of the purchase order are available on request.
All prices are subject to alteration without notice.
9 The purchase price, unless otherwise expressly stated, does not include any delivery charges,
packaging, freight, assembly costs, installation costs, costs and charges of third party suppliers such
as electricians, insurance or any statutory, sales, excise, GST, or other taxes, duties or imposts, all of
which may be added to the purchase price or otherwise will be paid by the Customer or reimbursed
by the Customer to the Vendor, as the Vendor may elect.
10 Payment of the purchase price must be made in full within 30 days after the date of the invoice or
otherwise in accordance with the Customer’s Credit Arrangement as amended in writing by the
Vendor from time to time.
11 The Customer must not set off any money owing or alleged to be owing by the Vendor against money
due by the Customer to the Vendor.
12 The Customer acknowledges that the Vendor is a member of a group of companies which have as
their ultimate parent Tyco International Ltd. (Tyco Group). The Customer agrees that the Vendor and/
or any other Tyco Group company is entitled to exercise a right of set off to the extent the Customer
is indebted to the Vendor or to any Tyco Group company against any monies due by the Vendor to the
Customer or any Tyco Group company on this or any other account.
13 If the Customer does not pay money by the due date for payment, without prejudice to any other
rights which it may have against the Customer, the Vendor may require the Customer to pay upon
demand interest at the Westpac Indicator Lending Rate effective from time to time plus 4% per
annum calculated from the due date on daily balances of amounts unpaid.
14 If GST is payable on a supply pursuant to the Agreement, the Customer must also pay to the Vendor
an additional amount equal to the GST payable. This clause does not apply to the extent that the
purchase price is expressly stated to be GST inclusive. The Customer must pay the GST amount at
the same time as the Customer must pay the purchase price.
Cancellation of orders
15 Purchase orders may not be altered or cancelled without the written consent of the Vendor. If the
Vendor agrees to alter or cancel the purchase order, the Customer will indemnify the Vendor against
any loss, damage and expense incurred by the Vendor in relation to the cancellation or alteration of that
purchase order including the cost of return freight, return shipping to factory of origin, items purchased
from third parties for inclusion in Goods and all labour and engineering costs incurred by the Vendor in
the execution or part execution of the Goods and including compensation payable to any supplier of
the Vendor and loss of profit.
Return of Goods and credits
16 The Customer is deemed to have accepted the Goods unless it makes a claim in accordance with
clause 17.
17 The Customer may reject any Goods which are wrongly supplied or oversupplied by notifying the
Vendor of the claim and providing full particulars of the claim in writing within 5 days of receipt of those
Goods. The Vendor may dispute any such claim.
18 Goods referred to in clause 17 may be returned to the Vendor for credit if all of the following is
complied with:
18.1
The Goods are returned to the Vendor’s premises by prior arrangement and with the
Vendor’s written approval within 7 days of delivery, at no cost to the Vendor, unless delivered as the
result of an administrative error by the Vendor, in which case the Vendor will bear the cost of return;
18.2
The Goods are accompanied by a dispatch note stating the Vendor’s original invoice
number and reason for return; and
18.3
The Goods are returned in an unsoiled, undamaged and resaleable condition in their original
packing.
19 The Customer must not return any Goods to the Vendor unless it has complied with clauses 17 and
18 and has done all things necessary to permit the Vendor to examine the Goods to the Vendor’s
satisfaction within that period.
Delivery and storage
20 All quoted delivery or consignment dates are estimates only. The Vendor is not obliged to meet such
dates and will not be liable to the Customer by reason of delays caused by any reason whatsoever.
21 The Vendor is deemed to have delivered the Goods when the Goods are made available to the
Customer for physical collection by or on behalf of the Customer at the Customer’s nominated
delivery point (Delivery). Any unloading or loading shall be the Customer’s responsibility, unless
otherwise agreed in writing by the Vendor.
22 The Vendor may deliver the Goods by instalments (where in the Vendor’s opinion this is reasonable to
do so) and issue interim invoices to the Customer.
23 Without limiting any other provision in the Agreement, failure by the Customer to pay any instalment,
or any other amount when due, will entitle the Vendor to withhold or delay delivery of any remaining
Goods ordered.
24 If the Customer is unable to collect the Goods from the Customer’s nominated delivery point on the
delivery day, the Vendor may (at its option and without limiting its other rights and remedies) arrange
suitable storage of the Goods, whether at its premises or elsewhere and the Customer must pay
or reimburse all costs and expenses of storage, insurance, demurrage, handling and other charges
associated with such storage. Notwithstanding the Customer’s inability to collect the Goods, Delivery
is deemed to have occurred.
Title and risk
25 Title to the Goods shall remain with the Vendor until all monies owing to the Vendor by the Customer
has been paid in full (whether such monies are payable under a specific contract or any other account
whatsoever).
26 Until such time that the Customer has paid in full all monies owing to the Vendor, the Customer shall:
26.1
keep the Goods stored separately and marked so that they are clearly and easily
identifiable as the Vendor’s property and inform the Vendor of the location of the Goods, if requested;
26.2
hold the Goods as bailee for the Vendor subject to its right to deal with the Goods in the
ordinary course of the Customer’s business;
26.3
indemnify the Vendor against any claim arising out of the possession, use or disposal of the
Goods by the Customer or repossession or attempted repossession by the Vendor.
27 If:
27.1
a payment is not made in accordance with the Agreement;
27.2
the Customer commits any other breach of the Agreement;
27.3
the Customer becomes bankrupt or has an administrator, a receiver or a receiver and
manager appointed or goes into liquidation, whether voluntarily or otherwise, or is wound up or
dissolved or declared insolvent;
then the Vendor may at any time, without notice to the Customer and without prejudice to any other
rights which it may have against the Customer:
27.4
terminate the Agreement and the bailment referred to in Clause 26;
27.5
suspend some or all its obligations under the Agreement with the Customer; and/or
27.6
enter upon any premises owned or occupied by the Customer where the Vendor
reasonably believes the Goods may be stored and repossess the Goods without being liable for any
damages caused.
28 If the Customer sells the Goods before payment in full to the Vendor, or uses the Goods in a
manufacturing or construction process of its own or some third party, the Customer holds the
proceeds on trust for the Vendor in respect of those Goods, and must keep such proceeds in a
separate account until the liability to the Vendor is discharged and must immediately pay that amount
to the Vendor.
29 The risk in the Goods passes to the Customer at the time of Delivery.
Insurance
30 The Customer must keep the Goods insured against all risks for Goods of that kind from the time
the risk in the Goods passes to the Customer until the time the property in the Goods passes to
the Customer. The Customer holds the proceeds of that insurance on trust for the Vendor up to the
amount it owes the Vendor in respect of those Goods, and must keep such proceeds in a separate
account until the liability to the Vendor is discharged and must immediately pay that amount to the
Vendor.
Limitation of liability for Goods and warranties
31 To the extent permitted by law, the Vendor makes no warranties or representations to the Customer
except to the extent set out in the Agreement.
32 The Vendor warrants the Goods to be free from defects in workmanship and materials under
normal use and service for a period of [2 calendar years] from the Delivery (“Warranty Period”).
This warranty does not cover costs of recovery of the Goods from the site , return of the Goods to
the site, re-installation of the Goods at the site, the costs of travel and subsistence for the Vendors
representatives, or damage, fault, failure or malfunction due to external causes including accident,
abuse, misuse, mechanical or electrical overload, abrasion, corrosion, [incorrect installation], failure to
perform required preventative maintenance or normal wear and tear.
33 Goods being returned must be supplied to Simplex upon picking up the replacement parts or within
30 days. Failure to return the faulty goods within 30 days will result in the customer being charged for
the cost of the replacement goods
34 During the Warranty Period, the Customer’s sole remedy with respect to breach of warranties set out
in clause 32 will be repair or replace by the Vendor (as the Vendor may elect) any such defective Goods
at the Vendor’s expense. The replacement or repaired Goods shall be covered by the unexpired
portion of the Warranty Period in respect of the original Goods or for a period of [90 days], whichever is
the greater.
35 For equipment forming part of the Goods which equipment is not manufactured by the Vendor, then
the original manufacturer’s warranty will apply. The Vendor’s liability for such equipment shall not
exceed the liability of the manufacturer.
36 Certain legislation, including the Trade Practices Act 1974 (Cth), may imply warranties or conditions or
impose obligations which cannot be excluded, restricted or modified except to a limited extent. The
Agreement must be read subject to any such statutory provisions. If such statutory provisions apply,
to the extent to which the Vendor is entitled to do so, the Vendor’s liability will be limited at its option
to:
36.1
in the case of supply of goods, the replacement of goods or supply of equivalent goods,
the payment of the cost of replacing the goods or acquiring equivalent goods, the payment of the cost
of having the goods repaired or the repair of the goods; and
36.2
in the case of services, the supply of the services again or the payment of the cost of
having the service performed again.
37 The liability of the Vendor under the Agreement will be reduced by the amount of any contributory loss
or damage to the extent caused by the act or omission of the Customer.
38 The Customer acknowledges and agrees that, to the extent permitted by law, the Vendor has no
liability in contract, tort (including negligence or breach of statutory duty), by statute or otherwise
for loss or damage (whether direct or indirect) of profits, opportunity, revenue, goodwill, bargain,
production, contracts, business or anticipated savings, corruption or destruction of data or for any
direct or indirect, special or consequential loss or damage whatsoever.
Proprietary Information
39 The Customer acknowledges that all Proprietary Information and all right title and interest therein
are the sole property of or licensed by the Vendor and the Customer shall gain no right title or
interest in the Proprietary Information whatsoever. The Customer specifically acknowledges the
Vendor’s exclusive rights to ownership of any modification, translation or adaptation of the Proprietary
Information and any other improvement or development based thereon whether developed, supplied,
installed or paid for by or on behalf of the Customer or any buyer of the Customer or otherwise.
Re-export
40 The Goods supplied are intended for use only in Australia. If re-exported by the Customer it is the
Customer’s responsibility to ensure that the Goods and the use to which they are put comply with the
laws of that country.
41 The Customer acknowledges that the Goods purchased by the Customer may not be sold, leased or
otherwise transferred to or utilised by, an end-user engaged in activities related to weapons of mass
destruction including but not limited to activities related to design, development, production or use
of nuclear materials, nuclear facilities or nuclear weapons, missiles or support of missiles projects or
chemical or biological weapons.
Miscellaneous
42 The fact that the Vendor fails to do, or delays in doing, something it is entitled to do under the
Agreement, does not amount to a waiver of its right to do it. Any waiver must be agreed in writing by
the Vendor.
43 If a clause or part of a clause can be read in a way that makes it illegal, unenforceable or invalid, but
can also be read in a way that makes it legal, enforceable and valid, it must be read in the latter way. If
any clause or part of a clause is illegal, unenforceable or invalid, that clause or part is to be treated as
removed from these Terms and Conditions of Sale, but the rest of the Agreement is not affected.
44 The Vendor shall not be liable for any failure to fulfil or any delay in fulfilling any obligation arising from
the Agreement if the failure or delay has been caused directly or indirectly by any act of God, war or
other civil commotion, strikes, lockouts, stoppages and restraints of labour, breakdown of machinery,
inability to obtain raw materials or fuel, fire or explosion, any government action or any other cause
beyond the reasonable control of the Vendor and not a consequence of the Vendor’s negligence.
45 Any notice to be given to a party under the Agreement must be in writing and must be sent by
post, facsimile or email to the address of that party shown in the quotation, purchase order or order
acknowledgment. Notice is deemed to have been given at the time it would have been received in
the normal course of post if sent by post, or if otherwise given at the time it was actually received.
46 The Agreement is governed by and must be interpreted in accordance with the laws of the State or
Territory where the Vendor supplies the Goods. The Customer unconditionally submits to the nonexclusive jurisdiction of the courts of that State or Territory.
47 Where there is more than one Customer then the liability of each shall be joint and several.
48 The rights and remedies provided in the Agreement will not affect any other rights or remedies
available to the Vendor.
49 The Agreement cannot be assigned by the Customer without the prior written consent of the Vendor.
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