Notifier LPX-751L VIEW® LASER Smoke Detector for the AFP-200, AFP1010, and AM2020

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March 24 2005 H 115 LASER Smoke Detector the AFP 200 AFP1010 and AM2020 Intelligent Addressable Devices Vol 27 Fire Fire Marshal 2107 NOTIFIER LPX 751L VIEW Laser Detectors provide a revo advance in early warning smoke detection technology unique design of these detectors allows smoke detection that is 10 to 50 times higher than present photoelectric Because of this high sensitivity the LPX 751L can very early warning of slow smoldering fires Its perfor is comparable to present aspiration technology at a sub lower installed cost LPX 751L uses an extremely bright laser diode combined special lens and mirror optics to achieve a signal to noise that is much higher than traditional photoelectric sensors addition the tightly focused light beam allows the system to between dust and smoke particles Because of differentiation the LPX 751L can be set to extremely high yet can reject false signals caused by larger airborne such as dust lint and small insects LPX 751L is an intelligent analog addressable detector and up to 99 LPX 751L detectors installed per AFP 200 or AM2020 loop It may be mixed in any combination other intelligent sensors on the same loop and is quickly in using the panel autoprogram feature VIEW system provides drift compensation meeting UL as a calibrated sensitivity meter maintenance selection of three alarm levels and drift compensation Very Intelligent Early Warning VIEW smoke detection Advanced laser light source and patented optical design Sleek low profile housing 1.66 42.164 mm height Analog addressable communications protocol provides ex reliable operation Sensitivity to 0.03 foot Low standby current allows 99 devices per two wire loop in to 99 modules Rotary decade switches allow quick selection of address resorting to binary switches special programmers bar coding devices Dual LED design provides 360 viewing angle Two LEDs blink red for normal steady red for alarm Built in magnetic test switch or automatic test commanded panel Optional relay isolator or sounder bases with B710LP base top B501 base middle RMK400 recessed mounting kit bottom is a registered trademark of NOTIFIER is a Honeywell company document is not intended to be used for installation purposes We try to keep our information up to date and accurate We cannot cover all specific applications or all requirements All specifications are subject to change without notice For information contact NOTIFIER Phone 203 484 7161 FAX 203 484 7118 Clintonville Road Northford Connecticut 06472 03 24 05 Page 1 of 3 voltage range 15 to 28 VDC standby current 230 24 VDC no commu average standby current 255 24 VDC communication every 5 seconds with LED blink enabled 700 24 VDC includes detector alarm current 6.5 mA 24 VDC LED humidity range 10 to 93 Relative Humidity temperature range 0 to 49 32 to 120 resistance 40 ohms maximum Height 1.66 42.16 mm installed in B710LP Diameter 6.1 154.94 mm installed in B710LP base 104.14 mm installed in B501 base Weight 3.6 oz g AVAILABLE 6.1 154.94 mm diameter 4.1 104.14 mm diameter Sounder base assembly Includes B501 base Relay Base Screw terminals Up to 14 AWG 2.00 Relay type Form C Rating 2 A 30 VDC resistive A 110 VDC inductive 1.0 A 30 VDC inductive 6.2 157.48 mm x 1.2 30.48 mm Isolator Base Dimensions 6.2 157.48 mm x 1.2 mm Maximum 25 devices between isolator bases COVERAGE DETECTOR coverage per detector is 400 square feet square meters LPX 751L plug in detector uses a separate base to sim installation service and maintenance A special tool al maintenance personnel to plug in and remove detectors using a ladder base on a box which is at least 1.5 38.1 mm deep mounting base boxes include 4 101.6 mm square box 3 1 2 88.9 mm or 4 101.6 mm octagonal box Single gang box except relay or isolator base INFORMATION laser detector Mounts to one of the listed below Canadian version of above Standard U S low profile base package of ten European flangeless base package ten 10 base includes B501 base relay base isolator base Isolates SLC from loop replacement flange for BX 501 base LED annunciator 3 32 VDC Fits U S electrical box Detector sensitivity test tool Use with most ana or digital multimeters Satisfies requirement NFPA72 for sensitivity testing mounting kit provides for entry of surface conduit For use with B501 base only mounting kit For use with B501 base Test magnet Test magnet with telescope stick removal tool Allows installation and or of 700 Series detector heads from base high ceiling installations pole for XR 2 Comes in three 5 ft m sections by B710LP and B501 bases only 2 of 3 DN 6912 03 24 05 Diagram base DESIGN LPX 751L incorporates an extremely bright laser diode and integral lens that focuses the light beam to a very small volume the receiving photo sensor The light then passes into a light trap and is absorbed The photo sensor is activated by a of smoke particles in this small volume light beam a typical photoelectric detector the light beam is very wide and can reflect off the chamber walls into the photo sensor dust accumulation changes the wall color from flat black to gray With the LPX 751L the concentrated light beam does touch the walls therefore it is much less susceptible to dust accumulation scatters light in all directions and in a typical photoelectric detector only a small portion of that scattered light reaches photo sensor itself In the LPX 751L a special mirror reflects and concentrates most of the scattered light into the photo See laser detail drawings on this page to smoke airborne dust particles are very large and very sparse Since a they are in motion b the illuminated is very small and c the LPX 751L flashes the laser only every few seconds then the occasional dust particle cannot in the light volume for more than one or two samples This transient signal from dust is the key to the dust discrimination by VIEW DIODE LENS LED DIRECTION CHAMBER SHIELD COVER SCREEN BOARD DIODE BEAM TRAP Detail DETAIL AT RIGHT HOUSING INTERLOCKS 4 SENSING COVER SCREEN SENSING BASE CONTACT BUG SCREEN TO DETECTOR BASE 03 24 05 Page 3 of 3

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