To ensure proper fit of the detector head to the base, all wires should be properly dressed at installation by positioning all wires flat
against terminals and fastening the wires away from connector terminals. The detector base can be mounted directly onto most standard
electrical junction boxes.
INSTALLING THE HEAD
Align detector components using provided alignment marks on both the head and base. Align detector mark and short alignment mark on
base. Fit the detector head onto the base and twist clockwise to secure it. After all detectors are installed, apply power to the control unit .
Test the detectors as described below.
All remote signalling systems, releasing devices and extinguishing systems should be disconnected during the test period and
reconnected at the conclusion of testing. After powering the detector, check to see the indicator LED flashing every 5 seconds. If the LED
fails to flash, it indicates the non-functioning of the detector or fault wiring. Re-check the wiring or replace the detector if necessary.
SMOKE: Allow smoke from a cotton wick or test smoke aerosol to enter the detector’s smoke chamber for at least 10 seconds. When
sufficient smoke has entered, the detector will signal an alarm. This will be indicated by the illumination of the 2 Red LEDs provided. Make
sure to clear smoke out of the chamber before resetting in order to keep the detector at its current sensitivity setting.
HEAT: The detector to be tested should be subject to a flow of warm air at a temperature of between 65°C and 80°C. This requirement can
be met by some domestic hair dryers. Switch on the warm airflow and check that the temperature is correct and stable. From a distance of
several cms, direct the airflow at the guard protecting the thermistor. The detector should alarm within 60 seconds. Upon alarm
immediately remove the heat source and check that the Red LEDs of the detector are illuminated. If a detector fails to activate within 60
seconds, confirm connections and programming. If necessary replace unit. Note: After testing, check that the system is returned to
normal operation. Notify the appropriate authorities that the testing procedure has been completed and the system is active again.
The recommended minimum requirement for detector maintenance consists of annual cleaning of dust from the detector head using a
low power vacuum cleaner. >> DO NOT ATTEMPT TO DISASSEMBLE THE DETECTOR
MADE IN PORTUGAL - EU
10 V to 30 V DC
Heat: 7 uA / Smoke: 33 uA / Smoke & Heat: 35 uA
24 mA - Alarm LEDs
According to EN54-5 or/and EN54-7
20 seconds max.
White / ABS
95% RH Non-Condensing
0°C to 50°C / -10°C to 85°C
100 mm (D) x 50 mm (H) inc. base / 144 g inc. base
ORION, ORION MINI, ORION EX, ORION-PLUS, QUAD ZMU and ZMU
CURRENT - QUIESCENT
CURRENT - DEVICE IN ALARM
COLOUR / CASE MATERIAL
NORMAL / TRANSIENT OPER. TEMPERATURE
DIMENSIONS / WEIGHT
| CERTIFICATE |
PHOTOELECTRIC SMOKE DETECTOR
RATE OF RISE/FIXED TEMP HEAT DETECTOR
MULTISENSOR SMOKE & HEAT DETECTOR
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