DuoWire Conventional

Using the Multipoint detector as part of the DuoWire fire alarm system means that when a detector is wired in, a sounder is wired in too – with no extra wiring, therefore greatly reducing the number of points that need to be installed and the time it takes to install them.

As the Multipoint offers 7 different modes of detection, the installation is made even simpler as this one device suits all applications. Whatever type of detection is required, for any part of the installation it can be selected by the flick of a switch at the time of commissioning.

Any one of 3 different smoke modes, 2 fixed temperature heat modes, a rate of rise mode and a combination smoke or heat mode can be selected.

As the DuoWire Multipoint detector is available with or without a 90 dB(A) sounder (for only a marginal cost difference), no extra devices need to be purchased when audible warning is required. (Meets audibility levels recommended in BS5839 Part 1). DuoWire Manual Call Points can be run on the same pair of wires as detectors. Both detectors and Manual Call Points have a built in EOL switch so that any device may be set as the end of line monitor. The panel can also differentiate between a Manual Call Point and a Detector alarm.

If extra sound is required, or for areas that do not require detection, then the DuoWire Hatari sounder may be used on the same two wires, offering sound output of 100dB(A). It also has a built in EOL monitoring switch.

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Further Information
B20005 Weatherproof call pointEngineer's Manual
B10008 Hatari sounder – redEngineer's Manual
B10009 Hipoint sounder – whiteEngineer's Manual
B20010 Sounder beaconEngineer's Manual
B20011 Hatari weatherproof sounder – redEngineer's Manual
B20012 Output moduleEngineer's Manual
B20013 Spare optical chamber
B20014 Spare head removal tool
B20015 Clear call point cover

 

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