|Operating voltage||8.5 V DC to 30 V DC|
|Maximum installation height||16 m (Heed local guidelines!)|
|Thermal maximum part||54 deg C|
|Chemical part||In ppm range|
|Current consumption||0.12 mA|
|Alarm output||Increase in current (alarm resistance 820 ohm or 470 ohm)|
|Indicator output||Open collector connects 0 V in the event of an alarm over 3.92 k ohm|
|Individual display||LED red|
The FCP-OC320 and FCP-OT320 Multisensor Detectors each combine two detection principles. All sensor signals are analyzed continually by the internal evaluation electronics and are linked with each other. If a signal combination fits the detector''s programmed code field, an alarm is automatically triggered. By linking the sensors, the combined detectors can also be used in places where work carried out gives rise to light smoke, steam or dust.
Optical sensor (smoke sensor):
The optical sensor uses the scattered-light method. An LED transmits light to the measuring chamber, where it is absorbed by the labyrinth structure. In the event of a fire, smoke enters the measuring chamber and the smoke particles scatter the light from the LED. The amount of light hitting the photo diode is converted into a proportional electrical signal.
Thermal sensor (temperature sensor):
A thermistor in a resistance network is used as a thermal sensor; an analog-digital converter measures the temperature-dependent voltage at regular intervals. When the maximum temperature of 54°C is exceeded (thermal maximum), or if the temperature rises by a defined amount within a specified time (thermal differential), the temperature sensor triggers the alarm status.
|Alarm counter||999 alarms|
|Batteries||2 x 7.2 Ah (max.)|
|Fuse||5 A 60 V|
|Dimensions||351 x 351 x 90 mm|
|Permissible operating temperature||0 deg C to +40 deg C|
The optional extensions such as relay modules, open collector modules and key switches allow further tailoring to user needs.