Fike P 1 11 01 Horn Horn Strobe

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HORN HORN STROBE Series MT and MT Strobe Multitone electronic offer a choice of eight 8 nationally and internationally alerting sounds Horn Bell March Time Horn Code 3 Code 3 Horn Slow Whoop Siren or Hi Lo Tone Our horn and tone patterns are engineered to comply with Temporal Pattern specifications without requiring equipment With MT and MT Strobe Signals one alarm meets most of your signaling needs 20 102 MT Strobes are designed for ADA applications with performance reliability and cost effectiveness while or exceeding the latest requirements of NFPA 72 the Fire Alarm Code ANSI 117.1 the American National For Accessible and Usable Buildings and Facilities and Standard 1971 Standard for Signaling Devices for the Impaired MT Strobes when properly specified and in accordance with NFPA ANSI Standards can provide Equivalent Facilitation allowed under ADA Accessibility ADAAG General Section 2.2 by meeting or exceeding the illumination which results from the ADA strobe intensity of 75 candela at 50 feet This is an illumination of 0.030 lumens per square foot foot candles NY MEA Approved Listed Approved Listed BFP Approved MT and MT Strobe appliance has two user selective sound output levels STANDARD dBA and HIGH dBA The provides selectable voltage capability in one unit 12VDC or 24VDC filtered or FWR Strobe versions are for 24VDC and may be used with filtered or unfiltered full wave rectified input voltages Separate input are available shunt wires are provided to enable both tone and strobe to operate simultaneously from a single Multitone Strobe Signals are UL Listed for indoor use ceiling and wall mount under Standard 1971 for Signaling for the Hearing Impaired and Standard 464 for Audible Signal Appliances and use a Xenon flashtube with solid circuitry enclosed in a rugged Lexan lens to provide maximum reliability for effective visible signaling Options listed 15 15 75 and 75 candela intensity strobes THE 15 75 CANDELA WALL MOUNTED STROBE IS AT 15 CANDELA UNDER UL 1971 AND MEET 75 CANDELA INTENSITY ON AXIS FOR ADA WITH LOW CURRENT DRAW Approvals include Underwriters Laboratories UL 1971 and UL 464 Listings Factory Mutual California State Fire New York City MEA and Chicago BFP OSHA 29 Part 1910 approvals on all models MT Signals have IN and OUT wiring terminations that accept two 12 to 18 American Wire Gauge wires at each terminal Inputs are polarized for compatibility with standard reverse polarity type supervision One alarm appliance with 8 eight selective signals to provide superior sound penetration for various ambient and conditions with two field selectable sound output levels Code 3 Horn and Tone meet ANSI NFPA ISO temporal pattern for standard emergency evacuation signaling Audible and strobe can operate from a single signaling circuit with any of the 8 eight audible signals Designed to meet or exceed NFPA ANSI Standards and ADA Accessibility Guidelines MT Strobe models available with 15 15 75 and 75 candela ratings for independent or single input activation input voltage on non strobe versions Strobe versions are factory set for 24 VDC S 10th Street P O Box 610 Blue Springs Missouri 64013 0610 U S A 816 229 3405 816 229 4615 www fike com No P 1.11.01 1 Mounts to either 4 square or double gang switch boxes important for retrofit installations Attractive flush or No additional trimplate required for flush mounting Compliance with RFI limits in FCC Part 15 Class B for compatibility with sensitive detection and communication mounting AND ORDERING INFORMATION Please read these specifications and installation instructions carefully before using specifying or this product Failure to comply with any of these instructions cautions and warnings could result in application installation and or operation of these products in an emergency situation which could in property damage and serious injury or death to you and or others P N P N Voltage Candela Average Strobe AMPS the strobe and audible operate on the same circuit add the strobe current from above to the proper current from 2 current per actual Wheelock Production testing at 12 24VDC nominal voltage For rated average peak inrush currents across the listed voltage ranges for both filtered DC and full waved rectified FWR see the Instruction for this product series or Wheelock current Signals catalog Time Horn Horn Tone Whoop Notes Tones Pattern Description Horn Continuous Hz Modulated 0.07 sec On Repeat 0.25 sec On 0.25 sec Off Repeat ANSI S3.41 Temporal Pattern Hz ANSI S3.41 Temporal Pattern Hz Sweep 4.0 sec On 0.5 sec Off Repeat Hz Sweep 1.0 sec On Repeat Hz 0.25 sec On Alternate are designed to flash at 1 flash per second minimum from 20 31VDC for 24VDC models Note that ADA presently specify a flash rate of 1 to 2 flashes per second candela ratings represent minimum effective Multitone Strobe intensity based on UL 1971 MT Strobe models are UL 1971 Listed for indoor use with a temperature range of 32 to 120 0 to 49 and humidity of 85 1 dBA AND CURRENT RATINGS FOR MULTITONE SIGNALS WITHOUT STROBES Reverberant dBA at Anechoic 1 Current Current Time Horn 0.040 Horn Tone Whoop at 10 Feet Nominal Voltage Feet Per UL 464 Minimum Voltage Nominal Voltage 2 dBA AND CURRENT RATINGS FOR AUDIBLE PORTION OF MULTITONE WITH STROBES Current Time Horn 0.040 Horn Tone Whoop Anechoic 1 Reverberant dBA at Feet Per UL 464 at 10 Feet Nominal Voltage Minimum Voltage Nominal Voltage Anechoic dBA is measured on axis in a non reflective free field test room using fast meter response For peak dBA with peak meter response add 5 dBA to typical anechoic values shown in Table 1 and 2 Reverberant dBA is a minimum UL rating based on sound power measurements in a reverberant test room CAUTION This setting is acceptable only for general signaling non fire alarm use Use the dBA setting this tone or use a different tone for public mode fire alarm service DIAGRAMS FOR ALL MODELS Signal Signal and Strobe Operate Independently Signal and Strobe Operate in Unison and Back Shunt wires are Supplied products must be used within their published specifications and must be PROPERLY specified applied operated maintained and operationally tested in accordance with their installation instructions at the time of and at least twice a year or more often and in accordance with local state and federal codes regulations and Specification application installation operation maintenance and testing must be performed by qualified personnel proper operation in accordance with all of the latest National Fire Protection Association NFPA Underwriters UL National Electrical Code NEC Occupational Safety and Health Administration OSHA local state province district federal and other applicable building and fire standards guidelines regulations laws and codes

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