Analog Detectors, Bases, and Housings


 
FAP-440 Dual Ray Detectors
  • Dual Ray Technology provides better particle size differentiation resulting in fewer false alarms
  • Smoke threshold is adjustable and automatically compensated
  • Rotary switch addressing
  • Flexible work modes determined by the control panel
  • Selectable base locking mechanism prevents malicious removal of the detector
  • Multi-sensor technology reduces false alarms
 
 
FAP-440 Analog Detectors
  • Smoke threshold is adjustable and automatically compensated
  • Rotary switch addressing
  • Flexible work modes determined by the control panel
  • Selectable base locking mechanism prevents malicious removal of the detector
  • Multi‑criteria or multi‑sensor technology reduces false alarms
 
 
Analog heat detector head, fixed/ROR
  • Selectable Fixed Temperature threshold
  • Rate-of-Rise feature can be switched on or off
  • Selectable base locking mechanism prevents malicious removal of the detector
 
 
FAA-440 Analog Bases
  • Modular design
  • Easy detector removal for cleaning and servicing
  • Stable mounting of detectors
  • Terminal screws for remote LED, Data In and Out provided
  • Some models include isolator circuitry which prevents the entire SLC loop from being disabled when a short circuit occurs
 
 
FAP-325-V2F Analog Photoelectric Smoke Detector Flat
  • Handles air velocity from 0 ft/min to 4000 ft/min (0 m/s to 20.32 m/s)
  • Adjustable threshold smoke level (determined by FACP)
  • Provides automatic compensation values in case of detector contamination
  • Mounts on FAA‑325‑B4 or FAA‑325-B6 Analog Detector Base and the FAA‑325‑B6S Analog Sounder Base
  • Easy detector removal for cleaning and servicing
  • EEPROM addressing with the D5070 Analog Device Programmer
  • Two LEDs for 360º view showing polling and detector status
  • Digital data communications and power over a two‑wire SLC circuit
 
 
FAA‑325‑B4 4‑inch Analog Sensor Base
  • Modular design
  • Small and robust detector base with same diameter as detectors
  • Easy detector removal for cleaning and servicing
  • Stable fixing of detectors
  • Terminal screws for remote LED, Data In and Out provided
 
 
FAA‑325‑B6S Analog Sounder Base
  • Sound pressure level of 85 dB at 10 ft
  • Can be alarmed by zone or by host
  • Base learns the detector address and adds 127 to it (address range from 128‑254)
  • Digital data communications via the attached detector and powered over a four‑conductor circuit