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GFE-AD SERIES,

Addressable Photoelectric Smoke, ROR & Fixed


Temperature Heat Detector and Combined Smoke + Heat
Detector
Installation Wiring Diagram
3. The base of the smoke detector can be mounted directly onto
LOOP + most standard electrical junction boxes without using any type of
mechanical adaptor. For surface wired installations the base
COMPATIBLE adaptor P/N 882912 for two wire, P/N
CONTROL
PANEL .
884912 for four wire has cable entry points to accept standard

electrical conduit.

INSTALLING THE HEAD


1. Set the desired address via DIP switch on the back of the detector,
TYPICAL WIRING DIAGRAM see ADDRESS SETTING section.
When installed, terminals 4 and 6 are for connection of remote LED
2. Align the components as shown in Figure 2.
THE GFE-AD SERIES DETECT ORS MUST BE CONNECTED
3. Fit the detector head onto the base and twist clockwise to secure
TO A COMPATIBLE ANALOGUE ADDRESSABLE FIRE ALARM
it.
CONTROL PANEL.
4. After all detectors have been installed, apply power to the control
THE INSTALLATION MUST BE IN COMPLIANCE WITH THE
unit and activate the detection Loop.
CONTROL PANEL SYSTEM INSTALLATION MANUAL.
5. Test the detector(s) as described in the TESTING section of this
manual.
WARNING
TO PREVENT DETECTOR CONTAMINATION AND SUBSEQUENT Note: Do not install the detector head until the area is
INVALIDATION OF WARRANTY, THE SMOKE DETECTOR MUST REMAIN thoroughly cleaned of construction debris, dusts, etc. Please
COVERED UNTIL THE AREA IS CLEAN AND DUST FREE.
refer to control panel technical information regarding the
GENERAL DESCRITPTION maximum number of detectors installed on the same loop.
GFE-AD series consists of: Photo electric smoke detectors, Rate of
Rise and Fixed temperature detectors and combined smoke / heat
detectors with advanced analogue addressable communications. DIP
switches are provided for setting the detector’s address.
GFE-AD-S: Analogue addressable smoke detector
GFE-AD-S-L: Analogue addressable smoke detector with remote LED
output
GFE-AD-SH: Analogue addressable smoke and rate-of-rise and fixed Fig. 2 Fitting detector head onto base. Note Alignment marks
temperature heat detector TESTING
GFE-AD-SH-L: Analogue addressable smoke and rate-of-rise and All remote signaling systems, releasing devices and extinguishing
fixed temperature heat detector with remote LED output systems should be disconnected during the test period and
GFE-AD-H: Analogue addressable rate-of-rise and fixed temperature reconnected at the conclusion of testing.
heat detector SMOKE SENSOR TESTING
GFE-AD-H-L: Analogue addressable rate-of-rise and fixed Allow smoke from a cotton wick or a test smoke aerosol to enter the
temperature heat detector with remote LED output detector-sensing chamber for at least 10 seconds. When sufficient
Note: The base model no. for GFE-AD-S, GFE-AD-SH and GFE-AD-H smoke has entered the chamber, the detector will signal an alarm, this
is P/N772912. The base model no. for GFE-AD-S-L, GFE-AD-SH-L and being indicated by illumination of the red LED. Make sure to clear smoke
GFE-AD-H-L is P/N774912.
out of the chamber before resetting in order to keep the detector
INSTALLING THE BASE
at its current sensitivity setting.
1. To insure proper fit of the detector head to the base, all wires
HEAT SENSOR TESTING
should be properly dressed at installation:
(A) Position all the wires flat against terminals.
The detector to be tested should be subject to a flow of warm air at
(B) Fasten the wires away from connector terminals. a temperature of between 65°C and 80°C. (This requirement can
2. The detectors are intended for ceiling or wall mounting in be met by some domestic hair dryers).
accordance with Proceed as follows:
local Fire authority recommendations. 1. Switch on the warm airflow and check that temperature is
correct and stable. INTENDED TO BE OPENED FOR SERVICING BY USERS.
2. From a distance of several inches, direct the airflow at the OPENING THE DETECTOR HEAD WILL VOID THE
guard protecting the thermistor. The detector should alarm WARRANTY.
within 60 seconds.
ADDRESS SETTING.
3. Upon alarm immediately remove the heat source and
Please consult the Address Dip switch setting chart for
check that the red LED of the detector is illuminated.
details of the Binary equivalent numbers.
4. If a detector fails to activate within 60 seconds, confirm
Note: Switch 8 is always off. (Unused)
connections and programming. If necessary replace and
return to distributor for recalibration. SPECIFICATIONS
NOTE: After testing, check that the system is returned to Operating Voltage Range: 17 to 28 VDC
normal operation. Notify the appropriate authorities that Standby Current: 500µA @ 24 VDC
the testing procedure has been completed and the Max. Alarm Current 5 mA @ 24 VDC (LED ON);
system is active again. Max. Remote LED output current: 2mA@1.5V

MAINTENANCE Operating Humidity Range: 10% to 93% Relative Humidity,


non condensing
The recommended minimum requirement for detector
Operating Temperature Range: 0° to 49°C (32° to 120°F);
maintenance consists of an annual cleaning of dust from the
Certification: EN 54 part 5 / 7(0845 CPD 232.1482, 0845
detector head by using a low power vacuum cleaner.
CPD 232.1483, 0845 CPD 232.1484) Height: 1.8 inches (46
CAUTION: DO NOT ATTEMPT TO DISASSEMBLE THE
mm) with base , Diameter: 3.93 inches (100 mm) with base.
DETECTOR. THIS IS A SENSITIVE DEVICE AND IS NOT

Address DIP switch settings

DIP SWITCH for address setting Dip switch

LIMITED WARRANTY STATEMENT


Global Fire Equipment Ltd. declares that this product is free from defects in material and workmanship. And it will repair or replace any product or part
thereof which proves to be defective in workmanship or material for a period of 24 months from the date of purchase. Please visit the Global Fire
Website for a full description of Global Fire Equipment’s LIMITED WARRANTY, which, among other things, limits the duration of warranties of
merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose and excludes liability for consequential damages. Acceptance of order and/or original invoice which
will become part of your sales agreement. Please contact Global Fire Equip directly for a return merchandise authorization (RMA) number before
returning goods to the factory . Shipment must be prepaid and Global Fire repair or replace your returned detector.

Global Fire Equipment Ltda.


Urb. Vale da Amoreira, Lt. 16 & 17,
Porta A, Cave, 8005-334 FARO, PORTUGAL