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    with isolating base 55000 259 Sounder with white cap 55000 260 Sounder with red cap 55000 261 100dB Loop Sounder Intrinsically Safe Detector The XP95 Intrinsically Safe IS detectors include all the benefits of the standard XP95 range but are developed specifically for use in harardous areas This range includes ionisation and optical smoke detectors heat detectors and manual call points BASEEFA approved to E EX ia IIX T5 ZP95 IS detectors manual call points and short circuit isolators are approved by a number of marine American Bureau of Shipping ABS Bureau Veritas BV Det Norske Veritas DNV Germanischer Lloyd Lloyd s Register of Coastguard Agency MCA More Information For more information please refer to Apollo pubmications PP1094 AND PP1095 Marine XP95 detectors manual call points and short circuit isolators are approved by a number of Marine American Bureau including Shipping ABS Bureau Veritas BV Det Norske Veritas DNV Germanischer Lloyd Lloyd s Register of Coastguard Agency MCA More Information For more information please refer to Apollo pubmications PP1099 Manual Call Point When activated the XP95 manual call point not only interrupts the polling cycle to indicate to the control panel that it has been operated but also reports its address Thus an alrm and its condition can be reported in less that 0 2 seconds Part Number s 55000 905 surface mounting 55000 906 flush mounting XP Isolator Isolators are designed to protect the XP95 loop in the event of a short circuit fault They divide a loop of five detectors and ancillary devices into groups of 20 devices will be inoperable The XP95 isolator has particularly low non isolating resistance The XP95 20D Isolating base senses and isolates short circut faults on XP95 loops and spurs The base is loop powered polarity sensitive and accepts the patented XPERT card to see the assiciated device address Part Number s 45681 321 More Information For more information please refer to the Apollo publication PP2039 XP95 Mounting base patented CPERT card The base has been designed to enable detectors to be plugged in without any need for force and to have a one way only fit By means of a unique patented XPERT card the address information is held in the base while keeping the base entirely free of electronic parts This coded plastic card is inserted into the base on commissioning so that the address remains the same no matter how often the detector is replaced by similar devices for servicing purposes Part Number s 45681 210 Automatic Addressing with the patented XPERT Card Depending on the combination of pips removed switches in the detector head are operated to produce the correct address when the detector head is inserted Interface for Intelligent Systems A comprehensive range of interface units are available More Information See Apollo publication PP2025 XP95 flame detector The XP95 flame detector is designed for use in areas where flaming fires may be experted and is sensitive to low frequency flickering infra red radiation emitted by flames during

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    can be enabled or disabled by a DIL switch The unit reads the input once per second if the input is activated for 3 seconds the interrupt conditions is transmitted to the fire alarm control panel Connection to the loop and field wiring is via simple screw terminals and flying leads for easy installation A DIL switch allows the unit to be addressed between 1 and 127 for the ESP system and the status LED flashes when the unit is polled by the fire panel The ouput are provided in C form giving the greatest flexibility for the user The CHQ R relays are independent and can be driven separately under the fire alarm panel control Part Number s CHQ SIO PCB module and enclosure CHQ SIO OEM PCB module only Specification PROPERTY VALUE Operating voltage 17 31Vdc Current consumption loop Standby Normal 300uA typical Low power mode 120uA typical Current consumption loop Polling 22mA 20 Relay contact rating DC 48Vdc max 2A Resistive load AC 250 Vac max 1A Resistive load Input EOL resistor 10k Omega 5 0 25W Input threshold levels ON 470 Omega short cct 100k Omega Weight and dimensions PCB module only 85g L147xW90xH23mm Weight and dimensions Enclosure only 120g L160xW110xH92mm As out policy is one of constant product improvement the right is therefore reserved to modify product specifications without prior notice Dual Replay Controller Features Provides two independent volt free relay outputs with NO and NC contacts Loop powered with low current consumption utilising unique Low Power Mode Uses only one loop address Up to 127 units on a loop Status LED for indication of communication polling Monitored input The Duel Relay Controller has been designed to provide two general purpose relay outputs Each output can be separately driven for control of devices such as dampers or for control of plant and equipment shutdown The general purpose monitored input can be used for local fire and fault monitoring The input and both relay outputs require the allocation of one ESP loop address Both units have a single input that has open and short circuit monitoring which can be enabled or disabled by a DIL switch The unit reads the input once per second if the input is activated for 3 seconds the interrupt conditions is transmitted to the fire alarm control panel Connection to the loop and field wiring is via simple screw terminals and flying leads for easy installation A DIL switch allows the unit to be addressed between 1 and 127 for the ESP system and the status LED flashes when the unit is polled by the fire panel The ouput are provided in C form giving the greatest flexibility for the user The CHQ R relays are independent and can be driven separately under the fire alarm panel control Part Number s CHQ R PCB module and enclosure CHQ R OEM PCB module only Specification PROPERTY VALUE Operating voltage 17 31Vdc Current consumption loop Standby Normal 300uA typical Low power mode 120uA

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    to modify product specifications without prior notice Heat Detector The Discovery heat detector distinguishable by the low airflow resistant case uses a single thermistor to sense the air temperature around the detector The thermistor is connected in a resistor network which produces a voltage output dependent on temperture Specification PROPERTY VALUE Warehouse bar Suitable for mode 1 and 2 Loading bay Car park Suitable for mode 1 and 2 Kitchen Laundry enclosed ventilated Recommended for mode 3 Suitable for mode 4 and 5 Boiler Room Suitable for mode 3 and recommended for mode 5 As out policy is one of constant product improvement the right is therefore reserved to modify product specifications without prior notice Ionisation Smoke Detector Air in the sensing chamber becomes irradiated producing both positive and negative ions which are attached to the electrodes of the opposite sign This results in a small electric current flowing between them When the smoke particules enter the chamber they become attached to the ions reducing the flow of current This imbalance of the electrodes causes the detector to produce a signal which is transmitted to the control panel Specification PROPERTY VALUE Hotel room Studio apartment small flat Suitable for mode 3 4 and 5 Office Long corridor Hospital Ward Light industrial factory Suitable for mode 3 4 and 5 Warehouse bar Suitable for mode 3 and 4 As out policy is one of constant product improvement the right is therefore reserved to modify product specifications without prior notice Manual Call Point When Operation the manual call point interrupts the polling cycle for a fast responce Interface Each detector in the Distovery can operate in one of five responce modes which can be selected from the control panel Mode selection depends on application Mode 1 will give a higher sensitivity to five than Mode 5 See table below for more information Discovery is compatiable with all XP95 panels Please refer to the Discovery Engineering Product Guilde PP2052 for further information Copyright 2006 TEES FIRE SERVICES CONTACT US LOCATION HOMEPAGE SITEMAP RESOURCES LINKS Designed by Philip Smurthwaite We sell and perform the following services fire alarms fire alarm company fire alarm contractor fire alarm panel fire alarm system design fire alarm service fire alarm design Contact Us Location Homepage Choose a product MX 4100 MX 4200 MX 4400 XP95 Ionisation Smoke Detector XP95 Optical Detector XP95 Heat Detector XP95 Multisensor Detector XP95 Beam Detector Sounders Intrinsically Safe Detector Marine Manual Call Point XP Isolator XP95 Mounting base patented CPERT card Optical Smoke Detector Multisensor Detector Carbon Monoxide Detector Heat Detector Ionisation Smoke Detector Manual Call Point Addressable Master Base YCA RL 5H2 Addressable Base YCA RL 3H2 Addressable Yellow Callpoint MCP E Y Addressable Callpoint MCP E MCP E Change over DPS Loop Powered Base Sounder CHQ BS Short Circuit Isolator Base YBO R SCI Addressable Waterproof Callpoint MCP W Interface for Intelligent Systems XP95 flame detector Series 60 Ionisation Smoke Detector Series 60 Optical Smoke Detector Series 60 Ionisation Heat Detector

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    zone Number of circuits 4 Cable type Fire resistant screened cable minimum conductor size 1mm Connector blocks Plug on type largest acceptable conductor size 1 5mm Max cable length per circuit 500 meters End of line resistor value 6800 5 Tol 0 25W blue grey red gold Each circuit monitored for open and short circuit YES Alarm voltage 27V maximum 20V minimum final battery voltage Sounder circuit fuses Each circuit protected by resetable fuses 200mA min hold current 400mA max trip current Approx 50mA when tripped Reset when fault removed Maximum total sounder output current to all outputs 4 x 200mA 800mA Maximum No of bells 25mA 32 Maximum No of electronic sounder 20mA 40 sounders must be polarised Type Non monitored open collector transistor Max sink current 30mA each Max open circuit voltage 27 Vdc Reset output Active during reset cycle Remote output Active during any unsilenced fire condition provided all relevant delays have expired Auxiliary output Active during any fire condition provided all relevant delays have expired Fault output Active when no faults are present failsafe to open circuit 24V aux power output for use with the above Output protected by a resetable fuse 100mA min hold current Resets when fault removed Class change makes sounders sound continuously Connected to a OV to trigger Max input voltage 27V Non latched Alert makes sounders pulse intermittently Connected to a OV to trigger Max input voltage 27V Non latched General user controls access level one Mute internal sounder Override delays Enter access levels Authorised user control access level two Silence alarm sounders Activate alarm sounders Reset the system Test the lamps Disable enable sounder Disable enable auxiliary output Disable enable output delays Engineer controls access level three Standard Program coincidence double knock Set up zones for non latching operation Program delays Invoke one man walk test Enter fault diagnostic facilities Approved Program delays Invoke one man walk test Enter fault diagnostic facilities External indicators General fire Zone fire Zone fault Zone disabled Zone test Supply present Remote output activated Remote output status Test Accessed General disablement Fault output status General fault System fault Repeater fault System status Sounder status Power system fault Auxiliary output status Output delays Internal indicators System fault distinguishes between watchdog faults site memory corruption faults and phase lock loop faults Zone fault distinguishes between open circuit and short circuit faults Repeater fault indicates which repeaters if fitted are faulty Hazardous voltage present Physical size and weight Size 380 x 235 x 96 mm approx Weight 1 75g without batteries Max number of repeaters One network driver card fitted at a CFP standard master panel allows up to eight monitored repeaters with full access level 1 and 2 control per system Repeater writing Two wires power and data star or daisy chain wiring Batteries monitored for disconnection and failure YES As out policy is one of constant product improvement the right is therefore reserved to modify product specifications without prior notice LPCB Approved Fire Panel In addition

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    the LED will flash Pressing the mode key will move the flashing cursor to zone 1 and the set rest key can again be used to select the deselect isolation Pressing the mode key for the fourth time will move the cursor to sounder isolate which can also be selected deselected A final press of the mode key causes the panel to reset and resume normal operation If the panel is left in the setting mode the panel automatically resets itself after 25 seconds of no key being pressed One Man Test Having been selected as previously described theone man test and common fault LEDs will be on warn the operator not to leave the panel in this mode In the one test mode the panel will ring the bells for a few seconds after a call point detector has been operated and will then reset automatically The fire relay will not operate under these conditions Zone isolation Isolation of a zone as previously described will stop a zone from going into fire or showing a fault to enable maintenance work to be carried out Sounder isolation Set as previously described will stop the sounders from operating when in the alarm condition Technical specification The panel is fitted with an integral 1 amp power supply set to 27 6v to charge two 1 2AH batteries Two sounder circuits are fused at 1 amp The zonal sounders are fused at 1 amp The auxiliary fire and fault relays are rated at 2 amps Boz size 200mm X 230mm X 75mm with 20mm knockouts to the top and to the rear Installation and Commissioning This section should be read fully before commencing wiring and installation of the fire panel The FireSense range of the fire panes has been designed to comply with BS 5839 Part 4 1988 Fire detection installations should be designed in accordance with BS 5839 Part 1 1988 The choice of cables used is dependent on the installation and should comply with BS 5839 Part 1 1988 Cables shouls be installed in accordance with the current edition of the IEE Wiring regulations Regulations for electrical installations published by the Institute of electrical engineers BS 7671 1993 Sounder Wiring Mineral insulated copper cable or similar fire proof can mechanically resilient cable cable should be used for alarm sounder circuits as indicated in BS 5839 Part 1 1998 Section Two 17 A minimum of two sounder circuits should be used in each installation to comply with BS 5839 Part 1 1988 Sounder output circuits should be wired as continuous pairs with no spurs or tees An end of line device should be fitted to each sounder circuit as shown below The cable used is dependent on the installation as installation as indicated in BS 5839 Part 1988 Section Two 17 An end of line device should be fitted to the end of each zone circuit Unused zones require and end of line device connecting across the zone input terminals to prevent

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