Fenwal DH2000 Duct Detector

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Intelligent Air Duct Detector DH 2000 Photoelectric or Ionization Distributed Detectors mounts to round or rectangular ducts 8 inches to feet wide DH 2000 Air Duct smoke detector is designed for particles of combustion in air handling systems smoke detection the integral detection device will the PEGAsys control unit to which it is con The PEGAsys control unit can control a variety of equipment such as fans and dampers duct detector housing accepts the SmartOne Intel CPD 7052 ionization and PSD 7152 photoelectric A transparent Lexan cover over the detection allows visual inspection of the duct detector and internal detector status Sampling air in ducts is accomplished with the use of sampling which extend into the HVAC duct DH 2000 duct detector is suited for use in commer industrial institutional and residential fire alarm The unit is compatible with PEGAsys con units which employ the exclusive SmartOne series of Intelligent loop devices The PEGAsys control utilize the receiver transmitter module RX TX RX TX can communicate with up to 255 SmartOne or addressable monitor control modules circuitry may be either Class B Style 4 or Class A 6 or 7 utilizing No 18 wiring as a minimum Class B 4 permits unlimited T tapping Class A Style 7 the use of isolator modules which protect the SLC from wire to wire short conditions DH 2000 will accommodate all ducts with air veloci between 500 to 4000 feet per minute Both the pho PSD 7152 and the ionization CPD 7052 detector along with the duct housing will operate this entire range The duct detector is easily to both rectangular and round ducts from 8 to 12 feet wide used with the DH 2000 unit both photoelectric PSD 7152 and ion CPD 7052 detectors must be for duct application when in the control unit UTC Fire Security Company March 2007 Verlocity rating 500 to 4000 FPM Lexan cover for easy viewing of smoke detec status and cleanliness Listed FM Approved TUBES DH 2000 duct detector operation is based upon an sampling principle Two sampling tubes extend into HVAC duct to transport air from the inside of the duct the duct detector sensing chamber and then it back out into the duct If the sampled air con a concentration of smoke greater than or equal to alarm threshold of the smoke detector the smoke will transmit an alarm signal to the control unit duct detector inlet supply sampling tube is selected to the size of the HVAC duct The unit tube is molded into the housing to simplify instal DETECTOR SPECIFICATION Models Voltage and PSD 7152 to 27.5 Vdc Current CPD 7052 typical Current CPD 7052 typical Current PSD 7152 typical Current PSD 7152 typical Number of Detectors SLC Pulse Modes INFORMATION seconds is extinguished Seconds Immunity UL 268A The SmartOne Intelligent detectors are only with control units which employ the loop controller DIMENSIONS PLUG Number detector with SmartOne Photo Detector included DH 2000PSDI detector with SmartOne Ioniza Detector included DH 2000CPDI detector housing without a detector Ionization Detector Head Photoelectric Detector Head inch sampling tube ducts less than 2 ft inch sampling tube ducts between 2 and 3 ft inch sampling tube ducts between 3 and 4 ft inch sampling tube ducts between 4 and 6 ft inch sampling tube ducts between 6 and 8 ft inch sampling tube ducts between 8 and 10ft tube kit TUBE PORT TUBE INTO SCREW O RING HEAD OR PHOTO and SmartOne are registered trademarks of Kidde Fenwal Inc is a trademark of Kidde Fenwal Inc literature is provided for informational purposes only KIDDE FENWAL INC no responsibility for the product suitability for a particular application product must be properly applied to work correctly you need more information on this product or if you have a particular problem or contact KIDDE FENWAL INC Ashland MA 01721 Telephone 508 Rev AB 2007 Kidde Fenwal Inc in USA UTC Fire Security Company Main Street MA 01721 508.881.2000 508.881.8920

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