Context UL-Plus Mutisensor (Optical smoke & Heat) detector HEAD ONLY (Xpert card Style- DiscoveryProtocol)- Flashing LED Option- UL LISTED
The Context UL-Plus Multisensor detector with Discovery communication Detector consists of optical smoke and thermistor temperature sensors whose outputs are combined to give the final analog value. As a result, the Multisensor is useful over a wide range of applications and is highly immune to false alarms.
The Context UL-Plus Heat detector with Discovery communication is distinguishable by the low airflow resistant case and uses a single thermistor to sense the air temperature around the detector.
Context UL-Plus range of detectors with Discovery communication Protocol is a range of high-specification, intelligent fire detectors developed to meet the requirements of sophisticated systems while providing engineers with an additional dimension in fire protection capability. Discovery communication Protocol has a ‘distributed intelligence system’ where decisions are made in the detector head as well as at the control panel. Drift compensation is also incorporated into the detector, allowing it to adapt to dirty or dusty environments, which reduces false alarms
- Resists steam and cigarette smoke
- Flashing LED option
- Five response modes for adaptability to changing environments
- Drift compensation to ensure constant sensitivity
- Capable of recording site specific data in the detector
- Alarm flags for fast alarm reporting
- Conventional alarm facility during control panel processor fault
- 360° visibility alarm indication
- Patented XPERT Card addressing that provides simple, user friendly and accurate identification of detector location. This addressing card simplifies and speeds up installation and commissioning and eliminates addressing errors during maintenance and service
- Offers good response to both smouldering and flaming fires. The temperature sensitivity allows this multisensor to give a response to fast burning (flaming) fires, which is similar to that of an ionisation detector. The multisensor can therefore be used as an alternative to an ionisation detector.
- Ideal for wide range of applications
- Highly immune to false alarms
- Well suited for sensitive environments
- Unaffected by wind or atmospheric pressure