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Cirus pro 100The new range of Cirrus Pro Series
Fire detection system
Aspirating detection systems
- Supply Voltage: 20 - 29VDC
- Power Consumption: 7.2 watts quiescent (24VDC 90% Fan Speed)
- Current Consumption: 350mA quiescent 50mA alarm (24VDC 90% Fan Speed)
- Dimensions (mm): 285(W) x 215(H) x 144(D)
- Weight: 4kg (8.8lbs)
- Operating Conditions Detector Ambient: 0°C to 38°C (32°F to 100°F)
- Operating Conditions Tested to: 0°C to 55°C (32°F to 131°F)
- Operating Conditions Sampled Air: -20°C to 60°C (-4°F to 140°F)
- Operating Conditions Humidity: 10 - 95%RH, non-condensing
- IP Rating: IP30
- Cable Access: 6 x 20mm knock outs
- Cable TerminationScrew terminal blocks: (0.2 - 2.5mm2, 30 - 12AWG)
- Sampling Network
- Single inlet port with combined sampling pipe length up to 100m typically (325ft.) Maximum Transport Time allowed up to 120 seconds.
- Pipe ID: 19 to 25mm (preferred OD 25mm)
- Alarm Indications: Pre-alarm, Fire 1, Fire 2, Fire 3.
- Other Indications: Supply Healthy, General Fault.
- Sensitivity Range: 20,000 particles per cc to 3 million particles per cc 10 programmable sensitivity ranges.
- Programmable Inputs: 4 monitored inputs that may be configured for Isolate, Reset, Disable, Fault, Gain Set, Battery Fault and Mains Fault, Silence and Reset button, Disable.
- Programmable Output Relays: 5 Relays rated 1A @ 30VDC (Volt-free change over contacts)
- Event Log
- 128 events stored on FIFO basis.
- Data Retention
- Approx 10 day historical graph
- Variable Sensitivity Settings
- 7 day programmable settings with 3 time zones per day.
- Airflow Monitoring Adjustable
- ‘High Airflow’ and ‘Low Airflow’ fault monitoring.
The new range of Cirrus Pro Series Aspirating Fire Detectors provide a solution for almost any aspirating system project, from a simple single pipe detector with minimum ‘Fire’ and ‘Fault’ LED indications to a multiple pipe scanning detector with multifunction quarter VGA backlit LCD display. Programming for each detector is via a laptop computer or from an onboard or remotely mounted LCD display.