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There are two heat detectors in the AlarmSense range designed to suit a wide variety of operating conditions. A static heat detector (CS) which responds only when a fixed temperature has been reached and a rate-of-rise detector (A1R) which has a fixed upper limit, but in addition, measures the rate of increase in temperature.
There are two heat detectors in the AlarmSense range designed to suit a wide variety of operating conditions. A static heat detector (CS) which responds only when a fixed temperature has been reached and a rate-of-rise detector (A1R) which has a fixed upper limit, but in addition, measures the rate of increase in temperature.
There are two heat detectors in the AlarmSense range designed to suit a wide variety of operating conditions. A static heat detector (CS) which responds only when a fixed temperature has been reached and a rate-of-rise detector (A1R) which has a fixed upper limit, but in addition, measures the rate of increase in temperature.
There are two heat detectors in the AlarmSense range designed to suit a wide variety of operating conditions. A static heat detector (CS) which responds only when a fixed temperature has been reached and a rate-of-rise detector (A1R) which has a fixed upper limit, but in addition, measures the rate of increase in temperature.
The AlarmSense Optical Smoke Detector works using the light scatter principle. The detector changes to alarm state at a pre-set threshold of smoke penetration into the sensing chamber.
There are two heat detectors in the AlarmSense range designed to suit a wide variety of operating conditions. A static heat detector (CS) which responds only when a fixed temperature has been reached and a rate-of-rise detector (A1R) which has a fixed upper limit, but in addition, measures the rate of increase in temperature.
The AlarmSense Optical Smoke Detector works using the light scatter principle. The detector changes to alarm state at a pre-set threshold of smoke penetration into the sensing chamber.
There are two heat detectors in the AlarmSense range designed to suit a wide variety of operating conditions. A static heat detector (CS) which responds only when a fixed temperature has been reached and a rate-of-rise detector (A1R) which has a fixed upper limit, but in addition, measures the rate of increase in temperature.
The AlarmSense Optical Smoke Detector works using the light scatter principle. The detector changes to alarm state at a pre-set threshold of smoke penetration into the sensing chamber.