The XP95 Optical Smoke Detector works on the light scatter principle and is ideal for applications where slow burning or smouldering fires are likely.
The XP95 range of analogue addressable fire detectors uses tried and trusted technology to give the best performance, and has unique features that benefit the installer and the end user. It is suitable for medium-to-large applications with simple installation requirements. As it operates using digital communication, XP95 has a high immunity from corruption, and is, therefore, often preferred in a large system where life safety is critical. XP95 products are frequently used in commercial, industrial, financial, government, IT/telecoms and healthcare applications.
Each XP95 device responds to interrogation and command from central control equipment. It communicates to the panel information on status, command bits, type, location, and other information that allows an alarm to be raised even when the device is not itself being interrogated. Message error checking is also provided. The devices are compatible with Discovery® systems and control equipment to aid maintenance, extension and upgrade of existing systems.
A unique, patented XPERT card provides simple, user friendly and accurate identification of detector location whereby a coded card, inserted in the base, is read by any detector once it is plugged in. All the electronic components are in the detector but the location information is held in the base. The address card simplifies and speeds up installation and commissioning. Addressing errors during maintenance and service are eliminated.
Address mechanism, 1.5 mA
System type, 126
Alarm level analogue value, 2.5mm²
Colour - detector LED, -20°C to 60°C
Protocol voltage, 25 +7/-7
Cable size (Max), 4 mA
Analogue value, 5 to 9V peak to peak
Status indicator - Alarm, 50 mm
Product operating temperature, 55
Alarm/Operated LED current, Addressable
Terminal functions L1, Insensitive
Product height (w/standard base), Loop In/Out
Terminal functions +R, Loop In/Out
Terminal functions L2, No
Integrating function, No
Loop powered, Red
Digital communication protocol, Red
Switch-on surge current, Remote indicator +ve
Terminal functions -R, Remote indicator -ve