The Fire Beam

Two main attributes stand The Fire Beam out from the crowd, a motorised beam head that continually self aligns, and a low level controller from which all major functions can be performed. 

  • Commission the beam from ground level
  • Manually move the beam head
  • View the air quality
  • View the status of the beam
  • Change sensitivity thresholds
  • Change the time to fire and fault
  • Make the alarm latching or non latching
  • Turn on and off the green flashing light
  • See fire and fault counts
  • See how much compensation has been made for dirt build up (you will only have to clean the head and reflector when it needs it)
  • Complete a self test
  • Turn the beam on and off (it will reset itself after 8 hours)
  • Adjust output and receiver settings
  • And even monitor the temperature at the beam head!

Low Power: 3mA at all times means in some cases you can power from the loop. Combine The Fire Beam with a switch monitor isolator such as the Apollo XP95 and you have an addressable beam powered from the loop!

IP 65: Built in seals mean that it is fully protected from ingress. You can happily hose down The Fire Beam in hostile environments such as food processing halls

Part No.The Firebeam Beam Detectors
Further Information
H10001 The Firebeam 40mEngineer's Manual
H10003 The Firebeam 80m extension kitEngineer's Manual
H10004 The Firebeam 100m extension kitEngineer's Manual
H10005 The Firebeam unistrut bracketEngineer's Manual
H10006 The Firebeam adjustable wall bracketEngineer's Manual
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