The signature series Edwards SIGA2-PHS 3D Multisensor bring advanced technology to a practical design that increases efficiency saves installation time, and extends life safety protection capabilities. Also, in addition, the self-diagnostics ensure reliability while innovative field-replaceable smoke chambers make detector maintenance literally a snap.
As a matter of fact all signature series detectors are an intelligent device that gathers analog information from its smoke and heat sensors, converting this data into digital signals. The detector’s onboard microprocessor measures and analyzes all sensor readings and compares this information.
Edwards SIGA2-PHS 3D Multisensor detects small particles of combustion and triggers an alarm at the first sign of smoke. Additionally of the high-performance, the photoelectric smoke sensor responds in effect quickly and reliably to a wide range of fire types, especially slow-burning fires fuelled by combustibles.
The SIGA2-PHS granted a 135°F (57°C) for the most part fixed-temperature heat sensor for the detection of heat due to fire. The heat sensor monitors the temperature of the air and determines whether an alarm should be initiated
Each detector constantly runs self-checks to provide important maintenance information. As a result, the device automatically updated and stored in the detector’s memory. The loop controller review where the device’s serial number addresses need to be installed.
This multisensor is giving the supervision to all devices preventing a detector from being reinstalled in another location. The on-board intelligence significate that less information had to be sending to the detector and the loop. The circuit acts like a conventional alarm receiving circuit. In conclusion than regular supervisory polling response, the detector only communicates with the loop when it has a new report.
Is very important to note that this device has a Non-volatile memory and can use existing wiring.