The Acclimate 2251TMB photoelectric detector includes thermal detection at 135°F. It uses advanced onboard software to combine the signals from the photo and thermal elements to create a true multi-criteria detector that responds quickly to real fires while rejecting nuisance alarms.
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This multi-function module combines two monitor inputs and two relay outputs into one device. The module is capable of Class B supervised wiring to the monitored devices. It also contains Form C relay contacts allowing the panel to switch the contacts on command. There is a dedicated LED on the module for each input and output. The control panel can use these bi-color LEDs to indicate normal, alarm and trouble conditions.
Jeffrey LaSalle has been a fire protection engineer and consultant since 1988. Throughout his career, LaSalle has worked in a variety of roles across many building and facility types, including cultural facilities such as museums. As founder of LaSalle Engineering, LLC, a fire and life safety consulting engineering firm specializing in fire protection and life safety engineering, code consulting, and construction administration, he services a variety of industries and clients that need to protect high-value or irreplaceable assets, including the Philadelphia Museum of Art and the Smithsonian Institution
i3 Series Smoke Detectors deliver intelligence, installation ease, and instant inspection for optimal performance and reduced costs. A plug-in design and Stop-Drop ‘N Lock™ mounting simplify installation. Smoothing algorithms and intelligent drift compensation minimize nuisance alarms. Accessories for remote sensitivity testing and remote maintenance signaling enable instant inspection.
Jim Mickowski, an engineer with PSJ Engineering, has more than 25 years of experience in the design and installation of fire suppression systems. His experience ranges from working on stadiums, museums and office buildings to high-security, high-risk areas in correctional facilities and nuclear facilities where there is “no access allowed.”