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Smoke Detectors Photoelectric Smoke Alarm


D3-ASD200 (ASD200KA) • 12/24 Volt AC or DC hardwire with built-in relay and automatic alarm reset


• Most sensitive to smoldering fires • Interconnectable up to 12 units • 10 year limited warranty


Ionization Smoke Alarm


D3-ASD100 (ASD100KA) • 12/24 Volt AC or DC hardwire with built-in relay and automatic alarm reset • Most sensitive to fast flaming fires • Interconnectable up to 12 units • 10 year limited warranty


Ionization Smoke Alarm ASD100 Wireless Smoke/Heat Detector


5808W3A • Dual smoke and fixed temperature (135° F/57.2° C) heat detector


• Capable of sensing a pre-freeze condition (below 41° F/5° C)


• Sends alarm, tamper, maintenance, and battery condition


• Additional green LED status indicator for normal conditions


• Agency Listing: ULC • Compatible with Honeywell's 5800 Series receivers


V-PlexTM Addressable Smoke Detector


5192SDTA • Auto high/low sensitivity reporting


• Can use existing wire


• Serial number and dip switch programmed with appropriate Honeywell panels


D3-ESA5011 (ESA5011KA) • 120 Volt AC hardwire with built-in relay and automatic alarm reset • Interconnectable up to 18 units • Tamper-resistant “lock-it” key mounting hardware included • 10 year limited warranty


Wireless Rate-of-Rise Temperature Heat Detector


5809 • Provides both heat and temperature rate-of-rise protection


• Trips at 135° F (57.22° C) or when the temperature rises more than 15° F (-9° C) per minute


• Mounts on ceiling or wall for maximum installation flexibility


• Includes a 3V lithium battery • Commercial/residential applications • Dimensions: 4.4375" diameter


Wireless Carbon Monoxide Detector


5800COA • Sends alarm, end-of-life, trouble, tamper and battery condition messages to the system's receiver


• Equipped with dual LED (green and red) status indicators


• Generated temporal 4 pattern audible warning in an alarm condition


• Surface-mount to wall or ceiling • Includes 3V lithium battery • Compatible with Honeywell's 5800 Series receivers


i3 Series Photoelectric Smoke Detector


The System Sensor i3 Series photoelectric smoke detectors provide 12/24VDC operation, built-in drift compensation, removable cover and screen for easy cleaning, separate wiring base (included) and simplified sensitivity measurement.


BK-C2WBA (C2WBA) – 2-wire detector BK-C4WBA (C4WBA) – 4-wire detector BK-C2WTBA (C2WTBA) – 2-wire detector c/w 135° F (57° C) thermal BK-C4WTBA (C4WTBA) – 4-wire detector c/w 135° F (57° C) thermal BK-C2WTABA (C2WTABA) – 2-wire detector c/w 135° F (57° C) thermal and sounder BK-C4WTABA (C4WTABA) – 4-wire detector c/w 135° F (57° C) thermal and sounder BK-C4WTRBA (C4WTRBA) – 4-wire detector c/w 135° F (57° C) thermal and Form "C" relay BK-C4WTARBA (C4WTARBA) – 4-wire detector c/w 135° F (57° C) thermal, sounder and Form "C" relay BK-C4WITARBA (C4WITARBA) – 4-wire detector c/w isolated 135° F (57° C) thermal, sounder and Form "C" relay


NEW! Photoelectric Smoke Alarm BK-2012JA (2012JA)


Compact, attractive, and easy to install, the System Sensor 2012JA photoelectric smoke alarm is designed to respond to a broad range of fires while providing maximum stability. This model also features low-voltage wiring making it ideal for applications such as homes, apartment buildings and nursing homes. The 2012JA has been developed specifically as a next generation of the highly successful 2012HA and is 100% backwards compatible with existing installations.


• 12/24VDC operation, 4-wire • 85dB electronic horn • Form "C" relay contact for security panel monitoring • Interconnectable up to 12 units • Visual alarm and power indicator • Built-in 8-second delay on relay activation • Built-in test/silence switch • Microcontroller monitors for smoke chamber faults • Interconnected units can provide common or zoned relay activation • ULC listed to CAN/ULC-S531


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