Optical Smoke Detector
When a fire starts in a vehicle, the combustion of solids can produce smoke before flames are visible. Smoke particles scatter the light in the optical path of the smoke detector, providing early detection, and a signal will be sent to the vehicle operator.
The signals from multiple detectors are transmitted via a sensor chain to the central fire alarm system. The detectors are theft and tamper resistant and are self-monitoring.
The output is floating and can be NO, NC, or changeover contact with a switching capacity of 50 mA at 24 VDC.
firedect smoke detectors are designed specifically for use in buses.
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FIRE ALARM DISPLAY IM100
Now retrofitting in buses, vehicles and trucks - the IM 100 fire detection center monitors up to 50 fire and smoke detectors in the vehicle.
Robust heat sensors that work reliably even in the engine compartment and other critical areas - protection class IP69K.
CONTROL UNIT AF200
Shows driver the location of fire and initiates extinguishing procedure.