Conventional Photoelectric Smoke Detector YT102C
1. GENERAL DESCRIPTION
The detectors are photo-electronic detector uses a state of-the-art
optical sensing chamber. This detector is designed to provide open
area protection and to be used with most conventional fire alarm
Two LEDs on each detector provide local 360° visible alarm
indication. They flash every six seconds indicating that power is
applied and the detector is working properly. The LEDs latch on in
alarm. LEDs will be off when a trouble condition exists indicating
that the detector sensitivity is outside the listed limit. The alarm can
be reset only by a momentary power interruption.
The detector that initiated the alarm condition will have its red LED
and relays latched until reset by panel.
Heat detector and smoke & heat detector combine a photo
electronic sensing chamber and a temperature heat detector.
Operating Voltage Range: 9 to 28 VDC Volts Non-polarized
Standby Current: ≤60µA@24VDC
Maximum Alarm Current (LED on): ≤30mA@24VDC
(1K Ohm current-limiting resistance)
Operating Humidity Range: ≤95%RH(40°C±2°C) Relative Humidity, Non-condensing
Operating Temperature Range: -10°C to 50°C (14°F to 122°F)
Smoke Alarm Sensitivity: 0.15-0.3dB/m
Temperature AlarmSensitivity: 57°C (135°F) A1R (only for with heat sensor)
Height: 48 mm installed in Base
Diameter: 99 mm
TO PREVENT DETECTOR CONTAMINATION AND
SUBSEQUENT WARRANTY CANCELLATION, THE DETECTOR
MUST REMAIN COVERED UNTIL THE AREA IS CLEAN AND
NOTE: All wiring must conform to applicable local codes,
ordinances, and regulations.
INSTALL THE DETECTOR BASE
1. Open area smoke or heat detectors are intended for
mounting on a ceiling or a wall in accordance with the fire
standard in your country.
2. Attach mounting base to ceiling or wall. The base of
the detector can be mounted directly onto an electrical
junction box such as an octagonal (75mm, 90mm or
100mm), a round (75mm), or a square (100mm) box
without using any type of mechanical adapter.
3. Position all wires flat against terminals, and fasten the
wires on the terminals, See Figure 1.
4. Terminals functions description:
Terminal 2: IN+( Zone Input+)
Terminal 5: IN- (Zone Input- )
Terminal 6: IN+( Zone Output+)
Terminal 5: IN- (Zone Output- )
Terminal 6: Remote Indicator+
Terminal 3: Remote Indicator