Large storerooms and production workshops. Areas with complex roof structures or historically valuable
ceilings. Covered courtyards. Atrium-type buildings. Reception halls.
Can be used as an addressable or collective, conventional device.
The detector consists of a light emitter and a light receiver. The light emitter emits a bundled infrared
ray, which is scattered back by the prism-shaped reflector to the light emitter. The receiver converts the
received infrared signal in an electric signal, which is evaluated by the microprocessor-controlled electronics.
Smoke penetrating the measuring section attenuates the infrared signal. When the signal reaches predefined
measuring values, the detector transmits the corresponding danger level to the control unit.
Distance measurement for the recognition of foreign matters. The built-in alarm indicator signals the
alarm status locally.
Max. Detection distance 5 – 100m.