Design & Product Guide

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Bienvenue a Emergi-Lite Bienvenido a Emergi-Lite WiI kommen bei Emergi-Lite

Emergi-Lite Safety Systems Ltd manufactures Fire Detection systems and Emergency Lighting. With i t s state of the art conventional fire detection panel 'Eurofire' and i t s unique Infra Red and 'Centrel'testing systems the company ranks as a leading innovator in the global safety market. Emergi-Lite is a member of Thomas & Betts Corporation, manufacturer of electrical products worldwide.

Emergi-Lite products are available through selected electrical wholesale and distributors nationwide. Your local stockist will be pleased t o assist with your requirements.

Emergi-Lite offers complete after sales support. A team of trained service engineers is available t o commission new systems or service existing ones, t o ensure full working order within the scope of the appropriate British Standards. The occupier of premises covered by these codes is obliged t o arrange for a scheme where regular tests and inspections are performed. Our Service Manager will be pleased t o provide advice and/or details of our maintenance and service schemes t o cater for such requirements.

Emergi-Lite Safety Systems L t d
Bruntcliffe Lane Morley Leeds LS27 9LL Tel: +44 113 281 0600 Fax: +44 113 281 0601 e-mail: web site: uk

We offer expert assistance in fire alarm and emergency lighting scheme design t o the latest standards, as a supplementary service t o that provided by qualified Consulting Engineers and local Fire Authorities. Our field sales managers are able t o assist on your premises or have schemes produced on scale drawings in our design office.

A field sales team covers the UK, backed up by experienced internal sales and technical staff. Please call our sales helpline on 01 13 281 0600 or fax 01 13 281 0601 for further information.


Emergi-Lite's experienced export sales department are pleased t o provide advice and service on all your export requirements. Technical advice and support on specific requirements is also available.

The Company reserves the right to alter specifications as part of a policy of continuous product development.
No part of this catalogue is t o be reproduced without permission.

:I C O N T E N

Quality and BSI
The Company's products are manufactured t o high quality standards. Panels are designed t o comply with BS5839 Part 4 1988, EN54 p t 2+4 and EMULow Voltage European Directives, where applicable, Systems meet BS5839 Part 1 1988 plus all amendments.

Designing a Fire Detection system
Testing and Maintenance Typical Scheme Design Classes of Fire Protection Fire Detection Zones Call Points, Detectors and Sounders Volumetric Detectors Fire Control Panel Siting Wiring and Installation Sounders Accessory Locations

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Technical Specification

CE Marking Scheme
Products manufactured by Emergi-lite carry the CE mark t o recognise compliance with the EMC and Low Voltage European directives. All products supplied by Emergi-Lite are fully Year 2000 compliant as described in the BSI definition o f conformity DISC PD2000-1

Menu Structure Unique User Benefits

Product Range Technical Specification + Fire Pack
Conventional Accessories

Smoke and Heat Detectors Call Points and Sounders
Eurofire Sensa 2 wire system


Techn ica I Specification Detector and Alarm Devices

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Analogue Addressable Systems
Emergi-lite fire panels are designed specifically for use with the Emergilite range o f fire detectors.
Anatec Pro Multi-loop panels


Technical Specification and Features Loop Configuration and Order Codes
Analogue Accessories

Emergency L i g h t i n g 1
Information on products a n d services are available in separate publications. Please request a copy by

Analogue Smoke and Heat Sensors Call Points and Ancillary Devices

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Addressable Radio Detection Systems
Radio Firetec

Site Survey Technical Specification Field Devices Universal Radio Transmitter and Features

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Sounders and Fire Bells Beacons and Sounder Beacons Air Sampling Systems

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Conventional Accessories

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What is a fire detection system?
A fire detection system comprises a central control panel, remote detectors, fire alarm call points and sounders t o raise an alarm in the event of a fire. When specifying a fire detection and alarm system, the new "Fire Precautions in the Workplace Regulations 1997", with the 1971 act must be examined. This legislation includes Risk Assessment and stipulates measures that the user/occupier must take t o safeguard buildings or prernises from the risk of fire. Consideration must also be made t o ensure the system meets the requirements of BS5839 p t l : 1988. It is always advisable t o consult the local Fire Prevention or Building Officer about legislation for particular premises. There are currently t w o predominant types of fire detection systems: Conventional and Analogue Addressable. A Conventional system uses detectors which have t w o states; NORMAL or FIRE . If there is a fire, the control panel identifies the general area or zone where the fire has started and activates alarm sounders. This type of system is generally suited t o small and medium sized premises. The innovative conventional range includes 'Firetec' and 'Eurofire'. Eurofire-Sensa is a new 2-wire fire detection system (see pages 9, 6 and 13 respc%ctively) An Analogue Addressable system uses sensors t o indicate the precise location in which the fire or fault has occured . A pre-alarm threshold mechanism helps the panel t o recognise a possible early warning from a sensor. The sensor!; convert an analogue reading t o a digitally encoded output representing the ambient state in the vicinity of the sensing position. The sensors provide the information t o enable the control panel t o determine if there i s a fire or a fault. Analogue sensors can be individually interrogated from the control panel t o check their status at any time. This type of system is suited t o larger premises where extensive areas can be covered efficiently by the advanced loop configuration. The status of the whole system is constantly monitored. For information about the advanced analogue system "ANATEC", please turn t o page 15. A new addressable wireless fire detection system; 'Radio Firetec' is introduced on page 19. For reference t o Legislation and Codes of practice, please see appendix page 25.

Quarterly Check all previous log book entries. Examine the battery and connections in the panel. Operate a device as above for the weekly test. Remove mains supply t o check the battery can supply the alarm sounders. Check panel functions by simulating a fault condition. Enter test results into the log book. Annual As Weekly and Quarterly. Also check all devices for correct operation. Check the installation especially cable fittings and equipment for signs of damage. Every 2-3years Cleankhange smoke detectors t o ensure correct operation and thereby reducing the likelihood of false alarms. Special equipment is required for cleaning smoke detectors. Every 5 years Replace sealed lead acid batteries and other devices according t o manufacturers instructions. For any further queries you may have about testing, please contact our Technical Helpline on 0113 281 0600.



Testing and Maintenance
BS.5839 Part1 1988 states that fire systems should be regularly tested as follows: Daily Check that the "Supply Healthy" indicator shows and that there are no 'fault' indications, and any previous fault occurances have been attended to. Weekly Check all panel LEDs are workinq by performinq a lamp test Operate a device t o test the fire-alarm. Check that the alarm sounders operate. Each week choose a different zone so that one is tested at least quarterly. Also use a different device for each test so that all call points and detectors are tested. Enter test results into the log book.





Classes of Protection
Under 855839 P t l Fire alarm systems are categorised into three types. Type p Automat? aeteccon systems intendea 6 r theprotectTon of property. They are further subdivded into: Type PI: Systems installed throughout the protected building; except for voids less than 800mm in height. Type P2: Systems installed only in defined parts of the protected building, other areas seperated using fire resistant construction. Automatic detection intended for the protection of life. They are further subdivded into: Type L1: Systems installed throughout the protected building; except for voids less than 800mm in height. Type L2: Systems installed only in defined parts of the protected building where a fire could lead t o a high risk t o life; a type L2 system should normally include the coverage required by a type L3 system; Type L3: Systems installed only: a) for the protection of escape routes.

Addressable Systems
A scheme based on an addressable detection system must be designed to ensure: 1. A single fault in the field is quarantined t o a single zone. This will be achieved by the strategic positioning of short circuit isolation modules. 2. One loop should be allocated to protect a maximum area of 10,000m2 . 3. The panel display of an alarm condition must indicate the zone of registration. The code also requires for a mimic diagram or zone plan showing the plan of the building t o aid zonal identification.

Call Points, Detectors and Sounders
Break Glass Call Points
Positioning: 1, At all final exit points t o the outside. On all exit routes and floor landings of all stairways. 2. The maximum travel distance t o a call point is 30m. 3. A call point must be positioned in an illuminated obvious place, 1.4m above the floor. 4. The method of operation of all call points should be identical through-out the scheme.

b) rooms that open up into escape routes. c) landing. d) top of stairs and vertical risers such as lift shafts and at each level within 1.5metres of lift or riser access. Premises protected by automatic detection systems, i.e. types L and P, should normally also be provided with manual call points.
Manual alarm systems In some premises, responsibility may lie with more than one occupant or external party. The fire alarm system requirement will differ to that of a building with single occupancy. There is a need for liaison between occupants and fire alarm systems may need t o be linked or overlapped. Systems intended for use in multi-occupancy buildings are given the suffix letter X.

A fire produces smoke and heat. The characteristics of a fire are determined by the material that has been ignited and the conditions prevailing at the site of the fire. The physical and environmental situation (prescence of: cigarette smoke, exhaust fumes, or steam from bathrooms) must be assessed before choosing the type of detector.

Point Smoke Detectors
Ionisation Chamber Detection An electric current flows between t w o electrodes. Smoke particles will reduce the current flow. Ideal for detecting fast burning fires where little smoke is visible (generally hot smoke). Optical Chamber Detection A photosensor is fitted away from the direct path of an infra red beam. Smoke particles entering into the chamber will scatter the beam towards the sensor and trigger an alarm. Ideal for large particle smoke, typically produced by smouldering PVC (generally thick dense smoke).

Fire Detection Zones
To identify the source of a fire quickly, it is necessary t o divide the protected region into zones. A zone may contain a number of fire compartments. Typically a fire compartment is a closed space bounded by 3 structure that will contain a fire for at least 30 minutes.
1. A zone is limited t o one floor unless the total building floor area 2. 3.

Point Heat Detectors
is less than 300m2 . Such a small site can be a one zone building One zone will have a maximum floor area of 2000m2. The visual search distance t o locate a fire must not excede 30m. On sites with many compartments remote indicators can be fitted outside rooms t o assist in the search. A stairwell in a fire compartment becomes a separate zone when it extends beyond one floor. A zone is defined by its structure and layout. Zonal boundaries are set independent of the state of occupancy. Where more than one compartment exists in a zone, there will be a common perimeter in part. 1. Fixed Temperature An alarm condition is triggered when the temperature reaches a preset level. Ideal where there is a natural fluctuation in temperature during the day. 2. Rate of Rise Designed t o detect a fire condition by monitoring the rate of rise of the room temperature. An alarm triggers when the temperature rises quickly. Suitable for areas where the temperature is normally stable. A fixed temperature element is also incorporated.
3. Fixed High Temperature



Volumetric Detectors
Detectors that are sensitive t o smoke particle movement in a large expanse or an inaccessable area of the building. 1. Optical Beam Smoke Detectors An infra red beam is passed from a transmitter t o a receiver across the length of an enclosed space (typically a void beneath a pitched roof). Visible smoke particles interrupting the beam will trigger the alarm. 2. Ventilation Duct Smoke Detectors Air from a duct is sampled through a probe. The sample is channelled t o an externally fitted smoke detector.
Positioning and Spacing of Detectors

Spacing Beneath The Apex of a Pitched Roof
Place the detectors at the highest point of the apex.

Detectors should be sited where the greatest concentration o f smoke or heat might be expected.
Ceiling height limits for detectors

Point Detector

General limit Higher limit (height in metres) 90 7.5 60

If the roof is pitched against a vertical wall place the detector at least 0.5m from the wall. The horizontal distance may be increased by 1 % (to a maximum increase of 25%) for each degree increment of slope.

Heat Detector t o BS5445 part 5 Grade 1 AP6 RR6 Grade 2 Grade 3 ____ ________ High temperature heat detector t o AP6 FT8 Smoke Detector AP6 OPT AP6 ION

Fire Control Panel Siting
13.5 12.0 10.5 -___ 10.5 15.0 1. A t the entrance used by the Fire Brigade on the ground floor and i n an area common t o all building users. 2. In a low risk, vandal free area. Seek advice from the Local Fire Officer. 3. The control panel should be kept locked and protected, especially where automatic detectors are in use. An alarm sounder must be sited next t o the panel. Repeater panels should be sited in locations which have 24hour surveillance.

BS5445 part 8 6.0 10.5

Volumetric Detector

Optical Beam Smoke Detector



Standby Power Supplies
Higher limit qualification If the Fire Brigade has a direct alarm link from the site, and is normally expected t o attend a fire within 5 minutes then the higher

limit figures can be applied.
Exceptions to the tabled height limits

Power supplies for Fire Alarm systems will usually have a standby supply from secondary batteries. The expected life for the batteries is 3-5 years. After a mains supply failure they must operate the panels for a specified duration plus the alarm load for 30 minutes. The standby duration is a minimum o f 24 hours but this will depend on the installation. For further details please contact our technical sales department.

If sections o f the ceiling totalling less than 10% of the whole area exceed the stated height limits, then point detectors can be fitted in those sections providing the following height limits are not exceeded:

Wiring and Installation
Typically mineral insulated copper cable (MICC) and other fire resistant cables are preferred for fire alarm applications. BS5839 part 1 gives full details. Vital elements o f the system (Power, Control and Sounders) demand that cable integrity must be maintained for a period after a fire has started. Cables t o the trigger devices (call points, detectors) do n o t need t o be so well protected, but must allow data transmission when the fire is sensed. Cables should be installed in accordance with good practices illustrated in the latest addition of the IEE wiring regulations and guidelines within BS5839 P t l . For further details please contact our technical sales department.

Heat Detectors

lType I

Point detectors mus 1. Spacing beneath flat horizontal ceilings. Max. Distance t o Sidewall __ - - ____ - __ __ coverag 5m or more



Sounders (frequency range ~OO-IOOOHZ)
1. Minimum Sound Levels

At any point of occupancy: 65dBA or 5dBA above any background noise likely t o last more than 30 seconds. In sleeping quarters t o wake occupants: 75 dBA at the bedhead and should be installed in the bedroom. For 'P' classified premises a red external sounder labelled "Fire Alarm" is required. 2. Type of Sound All sounders fitted in a building must produce a similar distinct sound. However, in active machinery areas it may be necessary t o install louder or audio-visual sounders t o compensate for a higher background noise level. 3. Performance Although the noise level produced by a sounder may be adequate t o be heard on the other side of one adjoining wall or door; be aware that a standard door and a fire door reduces the noise level by 2OdB and 30dB respectively. Note: As an approximation; as the distance from the source is doubled so the level is reduced by 6dBA.Take care that the design sound level will not permanently impare hearing. 4. Minimum Sounder Requirement A scheme must allow for a minimum of two sounders and two sounder circuits per building. This caters for circuit or sounder failure.

When Designing a System Ensure that:
The alarm devices current consumption does not exceed the panel maximums The correct end-of-line units are allowed for and fitted t o all circuits All detectors are sited in accordance with British Standard recommendations The total current consumption of the detection devices does not exceed the panel maximums The detector or alarm circuits contain no spurs or branches The design is in accordance with the relevant British Standards (e.g. BS5839 p t l ) recommendations

Accessory Locations



Optical beam smoke detectors used in a warehouse

Kitchen with high temperature heat detector

Stairway with smoke detector





EUROFIRE 4 to 16 Zone Applications


4 wire




4-16 zone panel Slim attractive appearance suitable for foyers and receptions


Programmable features zone text and programmable alarm outputs
LCD puts the user firmly in control of the system


72 hour standby as standard

Panels and Repeaters can be networked via an RS485 link

aximum per line or circuit = 1A

* Further programmable alarmhelay lines can be network extended using &way alarmhelay extender units. * For networking please specify the isolated driver, FNETISO. For product codes please see page 8.

Schematic for 1

- 16 zone


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Fire Exit




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shop floor

Press any button to activate system. Enter the 4 digit code to enable access to any of the options below:
Reset Evacuate Silence Alarms

Eurofire user menu structure

Next Menu Clock Set Walk Test
50 Event History Log Next Menu

Zone Isolation Panel Lamp Test Facility Next Menu Status Power Status Exit Menu

After pressing this button, a full system check is activated before returning the system t o normal mode. This button activates all sounder outputs. After a fire or emergency situation, this button will silence bells and sounders while leaving alarm status information and auxiliary outputs activated. The user can access further functions. This option allows the panel date and time t o be set. This allows for a simple one man test of all zones in the building. This option will access a time and date stamped history of any fire, fault or emergency event in descending date order. Reveals a further sub-menu: This option allows any of the zones to be individually isolated. To ensure that all panel lamps are functioning correctly. Reveals a further sub-menu: This indicates how many fire alarm conditions or processc failures have arisen. Indicates the condition and status of the power supply system. This button returns the panel t o i t s normal condition. This button returns the user t o the first menu.

t o evacuate


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User Menu

Time Date Exit

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lsol Lamp Next

Panels and repeaters can be networked using the RS485 link.

Four push buttons mounted below LCD. Serial RS485 interface: for remote keypads/mimidrelay boards. Repeater; requires 2 wires for data plus 2 wires for 24 volt power.

Unlatched Zone
This option eliminates the need t o reset the panel when conditions return to their normal state, normally used when interconnecting panels.

Flexible Alarm Programming
This option allows the user t o programme the panel t o carry out phased evacuations, operate a time delayed alarm procedure or set the alarm into steady pulsed or continuous alarm bell modes.

On-site Programming
To specific customer requirements including alarm, auxiliary outputs and location text, 24 characters of text per zone may be entered via the front panel push buttons.

Testing and Commissioning
BS5839 P t 1 states that a fire system should be commissioned and tested by the manufacturer or i t s appointed agent. Please contact our sales office for further guidance. The Eurofire panel is designed to comply with BS5839 Pt4 and is suitable for use in 655839 P t l installations.

UNIQUE USER BENEFITS 0 4-16 zones of detection softfware configuration can be:
non-latching or latching on fire
0 S/C

0 Time and date normal display, with site text 0 50 event log that stores previous events with time and date
stamp for the user to view via the menu

0 Walk test facility with the option t o have the alarm outputs
activated or not

fault for 855839 p t l amendment

0 S/C fire for older systems

0 Isolated facility allows zones t o be individually disabled

Firetec Range



Single and Two Zone Pane

Four Zone Panel

General Description
This range of fire alarm control panels is designed t o provide small t o medium sized buildings with reliable fire protection. The 1, 2, and 4 zone panels are designed t o meet the requirements of EN54 P t 2&4. and can be used on installations meeting 855839 P t 1. Each panel contains an integral power supply and battery backup, two alarm lines and two auxiliary relay volt-free contacts; all simplifying system design and installation. Small t o medium sized premises can be protected where automatic detectors, manual call points or a combination of the two are required. Clear fire and fault indication is shown together with easily operated controls. A class change facility for external evacuation is included on each panel, making it ideal for use in educational buildings or other applications where remote operating of the alarm devices may be required.

Detector Removal BS5839 Pt 1 1991 Amendment
This range of panels complies fully t o the BS Amendment which requires that the removal of a number of detectors should not affect the operation of any manual call point. Our design allows this t o be done without the need for any end-of-line modifications, meaning that detectors and manual call points can be wired in any order, simply and economically.


Schematic for Single,


and Four Zone Firetec Panels (The shaded areas are not ap-''--ble to the two zone panel)


Firetec Range 1,2 & 4 Zone Panels - Common Features
Complies with EN54 Pts2+4 and is suitable for BS5839 p t l installation Push Button Key Operation
24V Sounder Output 1 Man Walktest Operation

72 Hours Standby as standard Zone isolation

-Compatible with 220-680 Ohm call points.

2 circuits per panel Rated 0 24V d.c. 300mA maximum per panel.

2 circuits per panel Rated 024V d.c. 1A maximum per pane

Pair of normally open terminals.
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*Zone open and short circuit monitoring using End of Line resistor/diode.

230V as. IIP; +10%, -6% 24V 250mA Auxiliary fused and monitored. 24V 250mA Auxiliary fused and monitored 72 hour standby, with 4mA detector load and 30 minutes of 1A alarm

72 hour standby, with 2mA detector load and 30 minutes of 300mA alarm




261mm x 306mm x 78 mm
Cool arev mild steel back box with iniection moulded Dolvcarbonate panel.

Volt free contact rated 30V d.c.02A Open collector output

1 pair of normally open terminals

* For product codes please refer to table.

F/RE-TEC 1 Zone Fire Installer Pack
0 Ideal for small retail outlets and offices 0 1 zone panel, detectors, sounders, call point and instruction sheet included

(Part number FTEC-Pack)
0 Competitively priced

0 Enables quicker and easier installations

Convenient and cost effective

Conventional Smoke & Heat Detectors
How do they work?

Conventional smoke and heat detectors respond t o alarm situations within a given zone. The panel receives a signal which indicates a fire condition via the front panel display.
LPCB approval on AP6-ION, AP6-ION-INT, AP6-OPT and AP6-FT8, AP6-RR6. Black Smoke Detector FA95-IONB, FA95-OPTB, FA95- ABB

An analogue addressable smoke or heat detector finished in black. Designed t o blend into spaces such as Cinema auditoria and low-lit areas where an unobstrusive presence is needed or required. The detector range complements the Performa range of emergency lighting
Ionisation Smoke Detectors (AP6-ION)

A current flows between 2 electrodes. Smoke particles will reduce the current flow. Ideal for detecting fast burning fires where little smoke is visible.
Integrating Ionisation Smoke Detector (AP6-ION-INT)

This detector is suited t o use in areas of transient and high smoke levels. The device will not trigger until it senses smoke continuously for at least 10 seconds.
Optical Smoke Detector (AP6-OPT)
A photosensor is fitted away from the direct path of an infra-red beam. Smoke

particles which enter the chamber will scatter the beam towards the sensor and trigger an alarm. Ideal for large particle smoke, typically produced by smouldering pvc.
Fixed Temperature Heat Detector (AP6-FT8)

Ideal for areas where high temperatures are prevalent eg kitchens, boiler rooms.
Rate of Rise Heat Detector (AP6-RR6)

These detectors are designed t o detect a fire condition by monitoring the rate of rise of the room temperature. The detector also has a fixed temperature element.
Detector Base (AP6-STB)

The detector base is easy to install in most locations and is also lockable. It has a one way fit and is easy t o wire with an earth conductor terminal.

I AP6-STB Mounting Base Wiring Detail





L2 is a line in & line out

connection terminal

When remote indicator is used L1 in must be connected t o the positive line in


Conventional Manual Breakglass Call Points
This manual call point (MCP) Has been designed t o meet the requirements of prEN54-11 Part 2. The unit can be flush or surface mounted and the frangible glass ensures safe operation. A simple key test facility is provided on the underside of the unit and is fully reset when the key is removed. The MCP is available with or without a confirmation LED which indicates which MCP has been pressed. Supplied complete with test key.



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Operation Contact Rating Internal Resistor Dimensions (mm) Depth inc. back box Weight Finish Construction Terminals

Normally Open 50V a.c.1d.c. 0.5A 470 Ohm 1 Watt & 680 Ohm 1 Watt 87 x 87x 23.5 56.5 (mm) 1909 Red ABS plastic 6 way terminal block

Weatherproof Breakglass Call Point
With its fully gasketed backbox this encapsulated unit is essential for wet and outdoor areas. For special applications please contact our Technical Sales Department.

AAS-124-R Bedhead Sounders This sounder is ideal for use in bedrooms, such as in hotels or student ~ accommodation. The AAS-124-R meets the requirements of BS5839 ~ ~ ~ " ~ - - ~ ~ . ~ ~ Part 1 with regard t o sound output risks in sleeping accommodation. Slim model can be flush or surface mounted and has built-in volume control. For flush mounting use a 45mm deep box. Red is supplied as standard. For white suffix W to the code. AAS-424-R 103 dBA Sounder A durable high output sounder. 24 selectable tones (to be set during installation) are available and has a built-in volume control. Options White finish suffix W .(eg: AAS-424-W) Deep base is weatherproofed t o IP65 (Subject to correct termination) suffix D. (eg AAS-424-R-D) Lockable base model (sounder body is secured t o base with a screw). (eg AAS-424-LB)


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Description Flush mounted MCP with LED (no back box) Surface mounted MCP with LED Flush mounted (no LED) Surface mounted (no LED) IP65 rated with LED IP65 rated (no LED) Back box for surface mounting Replacement breakglass (Qty 10) Spare test key Hinged plastic cover t o prevent accidental operation

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*Callpoints are IP65 - subject t o surface box termination.


AAS-524 Combined SounderlDetector Base This combined sounder base is a ceiling or wall mounted sounder with a detector base platform, ideal for use in rooms and corridors. An appropriate detector is then fitted t o the unit using the appropriate base. The unit can be used as a stand alone sounder in conjunction with an AAS-5TP-R coverplate. Complies fully with 655839 Partl: 1988. AAS-5TP-R Cover-plate for a 524 type red sounder base. Suffix W for white. AAS-624 High Output Sounder IlOdBA This is a high output low current consumption sounder with 3 selectable tones. Typically suited t o large premises such as warehouses, schools and stadiums.


2 - wire detection system I


EUROFIRE S e n S is a new conventional fire detection system specially designed for detectors and sounders t o be connected t o the same pair of field wires.
The Eurofire panel includes all the attributes and advantages of the standard '4-wire' panel and is available for operation in premises requiring up t o 8 zones of fire cover. Panels and repeaters can be networked using the RS485 link. Emergi-Lite joins proven advanced panel design with the pedigree of Apollo Alarm Sense detectors t o produce a reliable two-wire technology system. The Concept
A standard conventional system uses two pairs of wires (4-wire), one pair is used t o connect detectors and call

points, the other pair for alarm devices (sounders, bells or strobe lights). The Eurofire-sensa uses a common pair for the connection of detectors, callpoints and alarm sounders t o give the scheme designer greater choice, while retaining compliance with the relevant standards. Benefits can be seen with time saving, reduced wiring cost, and ease of installation.

4 and 8 zone panel

Slim attractive appearance suitable for foyers and receptions
LCD and comprehensive programmable features

Uses Apollo Alarm Sense two wire technology Suitable for BS5839 Ptl installations Panels and repeaters can be networked using RS485 link

2 - wire detection systemI m
EUROFIRE s e n s a
Product code No. o f zones Detectors per zone Sounders Der zone Sounder current Sounders per panel Inputs Fire output Display Mains input voltage DC output auxiliary voltage Battery size Battery standby Panel dimensions (mm) hwd Programmable features R5485 Network Anciliary outputs: Alarm signal (EOL monitored) Expanded alarm lines note [4] Alarm current total Alarm current/ line Auxiliary outputs Fault outputs Low 4ma


2 wire fire detection panel
FEW2-4 4 zone 25 maximum 25 maximum Medium 8ma FEW2-8 8 zone 25 maximum 25 maximum High 16ma

note [ I ] note [ I ] note [2]

200 160 Class change l T L active - high on fire 2 x 24 character LCD with zone and system LEDs 230 vac =10% -6% 50Hz 24 vdc =/- 0 . 2 5 ~ 250ma (fused) 12v7AH x 2 48 hours 469 x 373 x 103 Extensive via 4 buttons and LCD display Panel and repeater combinations via RS485 link 4 16 1OOma 1OOma (fused) 2 sets of volt free contacts, rated Q 2A 30Vdc 2 sets of volt free contacts, rated Q 2A 30Vdc

note [3] note [5]

(2)and tone (4) outputs. Total current must not
1 1 - Alarm signal lines only (sounders are on the zones). 3 [41- 8 way alarm extender can be one of the netwprk addresses. ernal supply to$ Proyide additional power.

Alarmsense is a registered trade name o f Apollo Fire detectors Ltd

Detector and Alarm Devices
A high quality range of devices can be used with the Eurofire-sensa panel. Product FAPW2-OP FAPW2-R6 FAPW2-ASB FMFW2-500 FSW2-524W Description Optical fire detector, 2-wire operation Rate of rise heat detector, 2-wire operation 2-wire detector mounting base Manual callpoint, surface mount, 2-wire operation Low profile sounder (93dBA)/ base, 2-wire operation (white) (Cover plate = FAAS-STP-W)

Anatec Pro A95 and Discovery Panel

Anatec Pro A95 1 and 2 loop panels

Anatec Pro Discovery 1-4 loop panels
0 From 1-4 loops (Full Apollo XP95 & Discovery

1 or 2 loop panels (Apollo XP95 protocol) 0 126 devices per loop


126 devices per loop

0 200mA output per loop 0 16 in-built programmable outputs 0 Day/Night delay feature and alarm

0 500 mA output per loop (highly stable) 0 Extensive mode change options by day /night and special

threshold adjustment 0 Liquid crystal display with 16 zonal fire LEDs
0 Repeater option available 0 Integral printer option 0 Site programming via PC

group allocation 0 Fully comprehensive panel net-working including PC optional graphics package and network repeaters 0 Complex sounder and control shutdown functions
0 Liquid crystal display with 32 zonal fire and fault LEDs
0 0

Integral Printer option Site programming via PC (upload and download ca Da biI itiesl

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6 way alarm

252 2 x 1A per circuit, 2A total



8 way alarm

2 independant relays for fire and fault (rated at 1A at 30volts DC)
6 x = silence, reset, silence buzzer, class change, fault and evacuate


4 x = fault, evacuate, silence and reset

16 fire LEDs
4 line 20 character back-lit LCD


32 fire and fault LEDs


230V AC +I 0%-6% 24V DC 24V DC @ 500mA 1.5A
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Q 500mA




Steel enclosure finished in epoiy paint with hinged front door, options available for brushed and polished stainless steel and brass. The electronics are detachable allowing for first fix installation of the enclosure Cable entry can be gained through top and bottom grommets or through rear entry knockouts. Panel Dimensions
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Height 41 Omm, Width 555mm. Depth 130m 2OOmA Maximum per loop Serial data link for repeaters

Loop Loading (Loop Calculator Available


500mA Maximum Der loop Full networking using RS485 link

2 x 12V l 2 A h r or 4 x 12V 7Ahr (minimum 24 hour standbv)




Yes Yes

Integral Printer Option (Parallel)


The Anatec Pro panels are designed to comply with EN54 Part 2 & 4 and BS5839 Pt4 and are suitable for use in BS5839 P t l installations.

Anatec Pro A95
Anatec Pro A95 is a 1 or 2 loop analogue addressable panel with an extensive array of advanced features and options. Loop capacity: Each loop driver, rated a t 2OOmA is capable of controlling 126 Apollo XP95 devices. Clear visual indication: Real-time information is given on the location of alarms and faults. Individual device locations are clearly accented. Modular installation: A detachable electronics package allows for enclosure 'first fix'. Cable entry is simple through top and bottom grommetted access or rear knockouts. Panel programming: Particular site requirements can be downloaded from a PC using 'cause and effect matrix' software. Text editing can be done simply from a keyboard or via a PC. A printer is optional t o produce a detailed hardcopy of events and or zonal indications. LCD: A 4 line 20 character back lit liquid crystal display is fitted t o show details from device address, zone and type status through t o location text. Engineer's menu: The system configuration can be called up on the LCD. Zonal fire display: 16 LED array is fitted as standard. Standard relay arrangement (two relays, each rated at 1A 30Vdc): One as a common fire change-over relay and one as a common fault change-over relay. Input facility: 6 input terminal sets (normally open) are provided for remote silence, reset, evacuate, silence fault buzzer, remote fault input and class change. Repeater control: A serial data is fitted t o control up t o 14 repeater panels. Programmable panel outputs: 16 open collector outputs, each rated at 100mA can be aroarammed bv the 'cause and effect

Anatec Pro Discovery
Anatec Pro Discovery is a 1 t o 4 loop analogue addressable panel compatible with Apollo Discovery and XP95 protocols. In addition t o the features of the standard panel, it offers enhanced capabilities for installations where flexability is needed and the setup requirements are more complex and involved. Highly stable loop drive capacity rated at 500mA t o accommodate a high number of loop powered sounders and other devices. Device sensitivity modes: Five different operating modes can be set from the panel according t o the demands of the premises. This feature is unique to Apollo Discovery devices - it is possible t o programme a timed change-over between heat and smoke detection at selected times of the day or week. Adjustments are possible for temporary and short term switching which may be needed because of environmental changes. Sounder flexibility: Complex patterns can be programmed t o suit the escape routing and use of the building. Zonal display: Enhanced with 32 fire and fault zonal LED indicators. Strength of processing power: All 126 addresses per loop may be used for output functions with 3 independently programmable output bits per address. Each loop is driven by a separate processor t o prevent complete failure in the unlikely event of a processing device breakdown. A suite of control and shutdown functions can be set from the panel. Input output flexibility: The panel can take up t o 255 user definable inputs. Relay and two stage alarm outputs are options available via expansion boards. Other useful services and testing devices are available (refer t o the Anatec Pro Discovery reference manuaI).


Lnatec Pro System - loop load calculator
>ales engineers from Emergi-lite are trained in fire aerecrion sysrem aesign. I ney nave rne use of special loop calculation software t o check loading, cables and batlery standby capabilities, when preparing a scheme.

Menu/User Features
Anatec Pro A95

Device recognition via loop learn facility Device isolation facility Comprehensive engineering facilities including PC download One man test facility including silent test Device edit changes including dayhight adjustments Event memory using extended menu option Device status information including analogue value.
Anatec Pro Discovery

Device recognition via loop learn facility Isolation/disablements including device, zone and alarm Comprehensive engineering facilities including PC upload & download One man test facility including silent test Device changes including sensitivity modes and delays View events and supressed events Comprehensive device information for viewing or printing within the engineers menu

Networking Anatec Pro 1-4 Loop Discovery
With the addition of a network card, the panel can be used as part of a global system with the facility t o control and monitor a large networked site. Network cause/effect may be programmed between Anatec Pro Discovery 1-4 panels and active repeater panels. The system operates as a global communication system and does not require a master panel or computer. This approach reduces the cost and avoids the problem of a total network failure associated with master panel configuration. Up t o 15 active panels or 60 loops may be used t o create a network. Each panel can act independently and can be programmed t o respond selectively t o other panels on the network. The network card uses RS485 data communications which will transmit up t o 2km. Compact network repeater panels providing all essential control and display facilities are available for manned control points.
Anatec Pro Schematic


Field Device Order Codes
XP95 Smoke and Heat
FA95-ION FA95-IONB FA95-OPT FA95-OPTB FA95-MU5 FA95-HDS FA95-HlT FA95-ACE FA95-ABB FA95-XPC XP95 Analogue Addressable Ionisation Smoke Detector XP95 Analogue Addressable Ionisation Smoke Detector Black XP95 Analogue Addressable Optical Smoke Detector XP95 Analogue Addressable Optical Smoke Detector Black XP95 Analogue Addressable Multi-sensor Detector XP95 Analogue Addressable Temperature Detector (Standard) XP95 Analogue Addressable High Temperature Detector XP95 Analogue Addressable Detector Base d w card XP95 Analogue Addressable Detector Base d w card Black Spare XP95 Blank XPERT Card

Loop Sounders
FA95-LPS FA95-LPS-RC FA95-LPS-WC FA95-LSNDR FA95-LSNDW FA95-LPS-IS0 XP95 loop powered sounder; requires XP95 base & detector XP95 loop powered sounder; red cap XP95 loop powered sounder; white cap XP95 high output sounder (standalone) red 100dBA 0 I m XP95 high output sounder (standalone) white 100dBA Q I m XP95 low profile sounder (for use with isolating base)

Loop Powered Beam
FA95-LBEAM FA95-LBMRFL XP95 Loop Powered Beam Detector XP95 Beam Detector Reflector

Discovery Compatible Field Devices
FADY-ION FADY-OPT FADY-TEM FADY-MUS FADY-300 FADY-400 FADY-CO Discovery Isolation smoke detector Discovery Optical smoke detector Discovery Heat smoke detector Discovery Multisensor (smoke and heat) Discovery Surface call point Discovery Flush call point Discovery Carbon Monoxide (CO) detector


Call Point
FA95-300 FA95-300WP FA95-400 XP95 Manual Call Point XP95 Weatherproof Call Point Addressable Break Glass Unit (XP95) without back box FA95-CPT-COV Hinged Call Point Cover & Locking Tab FA95-KEY Spare Call Point Key FA95-00G Spare Call Point Glass

Ancilliary Devices
FA95-SMUINT XP95 Mini Switch with Monitor with interupt FA95-SMUM XP95 Mini Switch with Monitor with interupt boxed FA95-SMU XP95 Switch Monitor FA95-SMUPLUS XP95 Switch Monitor PLUS XP95 Output unit, 1 relay, loop powered -boxed FA95-1CO FA95-1CVO XP95 InpuVOutput Unit FA95-ZMU XP95 Zone Monitor FA95-SCC XP95 Sound Control Unit XP95 Analogue Addressable Isolator (base required) FA95-LIU XP95 Analogue Addressable Isolator base FA95-LLB FA95-LIU-BZOD XP95 Analogue Addressable Isolating base (max. 20 detectors between isolators) FAPG-PI0 Remote square indicator





wireless - fire detection system
Control Panel Specifications

Control Panel


(approved throughout Europe) 230 Vac 50Hz
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1 x 12V 3.2AH 24 hours minim

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Evacuate Silence sounders Silence fault/buzzer

Firetec is a fully programmable fire detection system capable of addressing up to 256 devices in 8 zones. Communication between the control panel and field devices is wireless with an effective range determined by the building layout and ambient conditions. The system is suitable for BS5839 RI installations.


General fault [yellow LEDs] Mains supply On [green LED] Power supply fault [yellow LED] Sounder fault [yellow LED] Aerial tamper [yellow LED] Processor failure [yellow LED] condition - 8 separate red LEDs It condition - 8 separate yellow
S -~ iquid Crystal Display (LCD) 2 line by 16 character module. Address indication for each fire or fault event in plain English.

Site Survey
When a radio Fire Detection system is to be installed a site survey must be conducted to check for RF signal strength, noise and electromagnetic interference. Optimum positions for devices and antennae must also be found and tested.
A system comprises a control panel (2,4 or 8 zone) with integral modular radio transmitter (with optional external antenna); radio operated detectors call points and alarm sounders. An optional hardwired input for a detector / call point zone and an output for sounders are also included. The unit is fully programmable from a standard PC keyboard.


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Radio sounder________ __ Sounder circuit 24V @ 500rnA Detector / Manual callpoint power supply General Fire volt free changeover relay General fault volt free changeover relay ___ RS232 link for a printer Ix 2-wire for Callpoint / Conventional detector

To interface hard-wired stand-alone equipment to the system a universal radio transmitter is available.

wireless - fire detection system

Field Devices
Radio Linked Smoke and Heat Detectors
Special low voltage detectors, call points and sounders are available for radio connection t o the Radio Firetec panel. Each detector is fitted with a high performance battery powered radio transmitter base. In normal operation a radio L-tector base sends a signal at regular intervals t o the radio fire panel t o verify operation and existence. If no signal is received for a period a fault condition is registered.

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Proven and reliable detector technology
DIL switch address programming _____

Battery powered (readily available)
No external antennae

Fully monitored Removable with normal dismounting tool

- Detector head removal - Detector base removal

Ionisation smoke detector Heat detector, fixed temperature

The transmission message length is doubled. The message is repeated every minute until the fire condition is cleared. - An LED indicator turns on for 2 seconds a t 2-second intervals. This continues

Radio Linked Manual Call Point
A standard manual call point, fitted with a high performance battery powered radio transmitter for communication t o the mains panel, is employed. Features

Call point code Radio transmitter

Battery: Prog. options

A Simple programming by DIL switch A Battery powered (readily available) A No external antennae A Fully monitored A Simple t o install

FMRD-200 - Frequency: l4OMhz - 225Mhz (approved t o MPT1344 81 1328 [UK]) - 10mW ERP 2 x PP3 Lithium (battery life 5 years)- Detector addressing [256 optionsr-- Site code for system [ 16 options]


- Zone [8 options] .~ - Fire (glass broken) - Batterv condition 1 Universal fitting t o wall or mounting box. Mounting _______-Dimensions (mm) I 90x90~55 __ In a fire condition - The transmission message length is doubled. The message is repeated every minute until the fire condition is cleared. - An LED indicator turns on for 2 seconds at 2-second intervals. This continues for 20 minutes after the fire condition is cleared.

Radio Sounder
A high performance lOOdBA radio linked sounder Features

Sounder code PLL Radio transmitter Battery: Sounder Prog. options


Simple programming by DIL switch Battery powered (readily available)
No external antennae


LED indication of operation Connections for up t o 3 external Askari sounders 'Hard wired' call point input option Simple t o install Mounting Indication Monitoring


FRDS-4 - Frequency: 140Mhz - 225Mhz (European approval) - lOmW ERP __ _______.___ 4 x AA Lithium (battery life 5 years - assuming one 30 second test each week) - 100 dB 0 1 metre connection for 3 external hard-w-ired sounders - Sounder addressing [256 options] - Site code for system [16 options] - Zone [8 options] - Sounder zone wiring Manual call point input Battery condition


Dimensions (mm)


Red LED lights up when the sounders are ON (for silent testing routine) Red LED indicators pulses every 2 seconds when the sounder is in a fault condition180x100~65

Universal Radio Transmitter
A high performance communication unit that enables stand-alone hard-wired equipment t o be interfaced by radio t o a radio fire detection system. Features

Transmitter code__ Operating frequency _ _

FRTE-UTX ___ Frequency options: between 140 - 225MHz (approved

Battery: Prog. options



Simple programming by DIL switch Powered by battery or 24 volt supply Simple installation and commissioning Antenna - either internal or external Interface capability with external systems: Beam detectors, air conditioning duct probes, gas or aspirating extinguisher systems

Mon ito&g

MobuleXms (m7;;i In a firecondition - The transmission message length is doubled. The message is repeated every minute until the fire condition is cleared. - An LED indicator turns on for 2 seconds at 2-second intervals. This continues for 20 minutes after the fire condition is cleared.

__ throughout Europe) - 10mw ERP) . ___ __ 2 x AA Lithium - Detector addressing [256 options] - Site code for system [ 16 options] - Verify report time [4options] - Ere condition across input[330 ohms] - Fault, open or short circuit across input terminals - Battery condition __ 90x90~55


YES -40°C t o +80"C

1 1OdBA

-40°C t o +55"C

-40°C t o +80°C

Key: (i) with suitable sealing of Backbox (not supplied), (ii) when Deep Base option ordered.

Fire Bells
With a choice of 4" or 6" diameter models, motorised fire bells are suitable for a wide range of indoor signalling operations. All fire bells are simple t o install via a multifixing base. The 4"model is suited t o use in hotel bedrooms. A weatherwoof version is available.



4" Bell AAB-424

6" Bell AAB-624

6" IP55 Bell AAB-624-WP
155 (dia)

Dimensions (mm) Depth (mm) Voltage range Nominal current Sound output at l m Finish Cable entry

102 (dia) 18-30V d.c. 2OmA 84dBA

152 (dia) 18-30V d.c. 1m : A 93 t o 95dBA -Stove enamelled red as standard. Will accept 2.5mm'cables.



18-30V d.c. m :A 93 t o 95dBA Moulded black polycarbonate base. Red as standard. IP55 weather resistant.

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Sounder Beacon


Providing an audio visual warning, this is a sounder beacon suitable for internal and external use with a fully integrated Xenon beacon circuit. This attractive unit is ideal for elderly people’s dwellings and areas with high ambient noise levels. Standard features: Fresnel lens for maximum light output. Automatic sounder synchronisation and built in volume control. Options Available with shallow base or deep base for surface wiring. For sealing t o IP65 a deep base is required. Please suffix D t o order code eg AAS-824--R-D. For white option, suffix W eg AAS-824-W. Choice of lenshounder colour combinations. Red supplied as standard. For Amber, Green, Blue and Clear suffix A,G,B and C eg AAS-824-R-D-G.

Enhanced optical design feature ensures maximum light dissipation. Options All beacons come in red as standard. For options please contact Sales.


Operation temperature Operating Voltage Average current consumption Construction Ingress protection Dimensions (mm)

-20°Cto 55°C 20 - 30V d.c. 40mA polycarbonate IP65 (with deep base) 93 (dia) x 100

Operation Voltage range Current consumption(at 24V d.c.) Sound output Ingressprotection OperatingTemperature Construction Flash energy Flash frequency Dimensions (mm)

Continuouslyrated 18-30V d.c. 68mA (average) 10ldBAat lm IP65 (withdeep base) -1ooc to t55oc AB5 body 4.7 J 1Hz 93diax 92

Air sampling systems comprise a central detector panel or panels and pipework drilled with sampling points. Air is drawn through the pipework and sampled t o detect the presence of smoking particles.


Air sampling systems are ideal where high sensitive smoke detection is required and the installation and subsequent maintenance of conventional hardwired detectors is impossible or inconvenient. Once installed the pipework is virtually


ange of applications

Magnetic Door Release Unit
A n important aid in preventing the spread of fire and smoke in an emergency. Magnetic door release units are needed where fire doors are frequently in use but must close in an emergency. The door retainer is connected t o the fire alarm system via an auxiliary relay but it can be tested (via the integral test button) without operating the fire alarm.

Voltage Power consumption Holding Force (kg) Door plate (dia. mm) Dimensions (mm)

24V d.c. 65mA 11.3 72 87X87X37



240V a.c. 10mA 11.3 72 87 x 87 x 37

24V Power Supply Units for Operating Magnetic Door Release Units.
Input: output:

FIRE PANEL contact

240VIph50Hz 24V d.c. (relay controlled)











Beam Detector
The BEAM 2000 beam detector is designed t o provide detection in large open areas where point type smoke detection cannot be used. It comprises o f a Transmitter Unit and a Receiver Unit. The received signal is analysed and should smoke be present for a predetermined time a fire condition is activated. The system is deigned t o be mounted so that the beam will project between 0.3 and 0.6 metres below and parallel t o the ceiling. Lateral detection may be up t o 7 metres either side of the beam. The low level Control Unit must be located within 100 metres cable run of the receiver unit. The unit complies with BS5839 Pt5 and has up t o 1500m2 coverage. To assist future servicing and maintenance it is recommended that the low level I Specification - - _________ BEAM 2000- -~ __ testheset unit is fitted = 1.4m above the floor. Temperature range -10 to + 5 5 O C Humidity up to 95% RH Features Range 10m to 100m Selectable sensitivity levels, with self check and automatic compensation. Operating voltage (receiver) 12 t o 28 V d.c Low current consumption. Current (824V) 4 3 mA (standby) Low level electronic control unit. <20 mA (alarndfault)


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Analogue Addressable System Automatic Fire Alarm System

Each Analogue sensor and call point can be accessed individually by the control panel and alarm decision made on the Analogue level. A fire condition is automatically indicated by detectors in the building. A fire alarm is raised in the building by the control panel. Manual call points can be included. This is a warning initiated by a person operating a call point or by an automatic detector. A smoke or heat sensitive device which produces a signal in response t o a change in normal conditions owing t o fire. Confirms the integrity of the circuit wiring. Fixed equipment for raising a visible and/or audible alarm. A Local Government body with statutory powers for providing fire brigade and support services. Fixed equipment for detecting a fire and raising a fire alarm automatically. The site of fire fighting equipment for use by the occupants o f the building.
A type o f fire detector that responds t o a rise

Legislation and Codes of Practice in Great Britain
The principle legislative documents are: The Cinematographic Act 1952. The Fire Precautions Act 1971. The Health & Safety at Work Act 1974. Reference Legislation: The Cinematographic (Safety) Regulations 1955 No. 1129. The Factories Act1 961. The Fire Certificates (Special Premises) Regulations 1976. The Fire Precautions Act - Designating Order No. 239 1972. The Fire Precautions Act - Designating Order No. 239 1972 (526) Scotland. The Gaming Act 1968. The Manchester Corporation Act 1965 (Section 18). The Offices Shops and Railway Premises Act 1963. The Private Places o f Entertainment (Licencing) Act 1967. The Theatre Act 1968. Fire Precautions (Places o f Work) Regulations.



End of Line Monitoring Fire Alarm System Fire Authority

British Standards Codes of Practice
BS.1635 Graphical symbols and abbreviations for fire protection drawings. 65.5445 Specification for components o f automatic fire alarm systems Parts 1-9. 85.5588 Fire Precautions in the design, construction and use of buildings (revised as 655839 Part 6). 65.5839 Part 1 1988 amended January 1991 Fire detection and alarm systems in buildings. Code o f Practice for System design installation and servicing. BS.5839 Part 2 1988 specification for manual call points for electrical fire alarm systems. 65.5839 Part 4 1988 Fire detection and alarm systems for buildings. Specifications for control and indicating equipment. BS.5839 Part 6: Forthcoming standard this may be a provisional number (see 655588).

Fire Detection System Fire Point

Heat Detector

in temperature.
Ionization Smoke Detector Manual Call Point Manual Fire Alarm System Mimic Diagram
A type of fire detector that responds t o the

presence of h o t smoke in the chamber which influences an ionisation monitoring current. A switching device t o a fire detection system. A system that must be manually operated t o raise an alarm. (illuminated) A topographic representation o f the protected premises. A fire detector that responds t o the presence of smoke. A photoelectric cell responds t o the scattering of light by smoke. A heat or smoke detector that is fixed in one place.
Is a satellite t o the main detection/alarm panel t o give an audible/visible indication of a fire t o someone in a different location.
A device t o give an audible warning o f a fire.

HMSO Guides
Guide t o Safety at Sports Grounds. Guide t o Fire Precautions in Existing Places o f Entertainment and Like Premises.

European Directives
89/654 EEC: Workplace. 89/106 EEC: Construction Products.

European Standard Codes of Practice
EN54 Is the set of European standards for fire alarm systems, covering control panels, detectors etc.

Optical Smoke Detector

Glossary of Organisations
IEC International Electromechanical Commission. EEC European Economic Community. BSI British Standards Institute. EN European Norm. pr EN Provisional European Norm. CEN European Committee for Standardisation. CENELEC European Committee for Electrotechnical Standardisation. HTMBZ Hospital specification. Note: The above references are made to the best of our knowledge. We disclaim responsibilty for any inaccuracies which may appear.

Point Fire Detector Remote Alarm Indicator

Sounder Volumetric Fire Detector

A smoke detector that is sensitive t o smoke particle movement in a large expanse or within an inaccessible area in the building. Non-illuminated plan.

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ies with:

BS 5839 pt 4: 1988 and is suitable for all BS5839 pt 1 installations

Outstanding features
4-16 zone panel
Slim attractive appearance suitable for foyers and receptions Programmable features - zone text and programmable alarm outputs LCD puts the user firmly in cor'--'

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* 72 hour standby as standard
Panels and repeaters can be networkea

RS485 link
Controls and LCD are available on a rep--..


Secure perspex door option is available

Emergi-Lite Safety Systems Ltd Bruntcliffe lane Morley Leeds IS27911 Tel: +44 113 281 06 Fax: +44 113 281 0601 e-mail: emergi-lite-marketing @ web site:

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