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Addressable Fire Alarm Systems & Ancillaries Detectors & Callpoints


XP95 Smoke / Heat Detectors Voyager Control Panel ( XP95 Compatible)


• Fully compliant with EN54 parts 2 & 4. • Full Apollo XP95 and Discovery compatibility. • Automatic recognition of Apollo or CEL outstations. • Extensive mode change options by day / night and special group allocation. • Windows - based, full upload / download PC editor. • 500mA output per loop with highly stable voltage platform, even under mains-failed conditions. • Fully networkable with other voyager and discovery panels, Integra network repeaters and Integra alarm manager graphics system. • Powerful processing and extensive panel and loop I/O capability. • User - friendly controls and clear, unambiguous screen. • Membrane facia with tactile switches. • Complies with EMC and LVD Directives • Requires 2 x 12Ah batteries


Description


FIR-VOYAGER 1 FIR-VOYAGER 2


1 Loop Control Panel (with zonal LED’s) 2 Loop Control Panel (with zonal LED’s)


XP95 Manual Call Points Description


55100-908APO Surface Mount Manual Call Point with Isolator 58100-951APO Surface Mount Manual Call Point with Isolator (External IP65)


• Digital Protocol for error-free transmission and great flexibility in system design. • Alarm Flag for fast alarm reporting and Alarm Address for fast location of alarm. • Automatic addressing with the patented XPERT card. • Electronics-free, easy fit base compatible with a wide range of interface units & panels.


Description


55000-600APO 55000-500APO 55000-400APO 55000-401APO 55000-885APO 45681-210APO 45681-284APO


Optical Smoke Detector (XP95) Ionisation Smoke Detector (XP95) Heat Detector (55°C)


Heat Detector - Hi Temp (90°C) Multi Sensor


Detector Base with Expert Card Isolating Detector Base


XFP Control Panel (XP95 Compatible)


• Fully compliant with EN54 parts 2 & 4. • Available in 3 different formats: 1 loop 16 zone, 1 loop 32 zone & 2 loop 32 zone. • Up to 8 XFP master panels (any variant) can be interconnected. • Ideal for use in larger applications such as office blocks, shopping complexes & big industrial sites as well as in smaller, stand-alone applications. • Requires 2 x 3.2Ah batteries (16 zone) or 2 x 7.0Ah batteries (32 zone).


Description


XFP501E/X XFP501/X XFP502/X


1 Loop (16 Zone) Plastic 1 Loop (32 Zone) Metal 2 Loop (32 Zone) Metal


Beacons & Sounders


Safety Isolator FIR-F400/210R


XP95 External Loop Powered Sounders & Beacons 55000-274APO


Description 55000-275APO


External 100dB Loop Powered Sounder (Red) External 100dB Loop Powered Sounder (White)


Standard Magnetic Door Retainers FSMD/230/40W


Description


FSMD/024/40W FLOOR MNT BKT


XP95 Integrated Base Sounders 45681-278APO


Description Integrated Loop Powered Base Sounder 45681-277APO 40 Integrated Loop Powered Base Sounder with Isolator


24V DC Magnetic Door Retainer 230V AC Magnetic Door Retainer Floor Mounting Bracket for above


Power Supplies & Transformer Rectifiers FIR-2401MPL


Description


FIR-2402MPL FIR-2402TR FIR-2404TR


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24V 1A Power Supply Unit 24V 2A Power Supply Unit 24V 2A Transformer Rectifier 24V 4A Transformer Rectifier


Description Safety Isolator


XP95 Ancillaries 55000-847APO


55000-720APO 45681-211APO


Description


Input/Output Unit with Isolator Isolator (Base Required) Base for Isolator


Ancillary Fire Alarm Products


Safety & Security


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