Explosion hazard area products

Detectors, manual call points and alarm indicators for explosion hazard areas.

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Description

Smoke detector DO1101A-EX

Detector for the early warning of smoke-forming flaming fires and smoldering fires in explosion hazard areas:
- Uniform response behavior for different types of fire
- New, high performance optoelectronic sensor system
- High resistance to soiling and temperature fluctuation

Heat detector DT1101A-EX

For the monitoring of explosion hazard areas with a maximum ambient temperature of  50 °C:
- Response behavior immune to deceptive phenomena with rapid and slow increases in temperature
- Intelligently designed differential characteristics
- Maximum temperature alarm activation with quality thermo sensor
- Reliable heat detector for demanding requirements: wide application range (up to +50 °C)

Flame detector DF1101-EX

Flame detector intrinsically safe for EX-protected areas:
- For inside and outside applications
- Selective evaluation of flicker frequency
- Selectable application algorithms
- Excellent immunity to false alarms thanks to a combination of patented fuzzy logic and Wavelet analysis
- Highest resistance to: electromagnetic influence, sunlight and heat radiation, humidity and corrosion

Manual call point DM1103B-EX

With indirect operation.

Manual call point DM1103-EX

For indoor and outdoor application.

Alarm indicator for recess mounting FDAI93-Ex

Made of transparent plastic‚ the FDAI93-Ex alarm indicator is suitable for installation in door frames‚ switching panels‚ ceiling voids or special housings. The 23 mm Ø mounting hole is drilled by the system owner. The holder must be fitted with the insulating cap for safety.

Alarm indicator DJ1191-EX

The alarm indicator DJ1191-Ex for door frames is connected to automatic fire detectors in order to indicate quickly the source of an alarm signal from detectors which are not easily accessible or visible.

Alarm indicator FDAI92-Ex

The alarm indicator FDAI92-Ex for wall mounting is connected to automatic fire detectors in order to indicate quickly the source of an alarm signal from detectors which are not easily accessible or visible.