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FIRERAY
®
ASM SECURITY KFT - HUNGARY
PRODUCT PRESENTATION SEMINAR
WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 15TH 2010
Doc. No: 32-0007-01
FIRERAY
®
WELCOME TO PRESENTATION ON
OPTICAL BEAM SMOKE DETECTORS
BY BEN WILLIAMSON
EXPORT SALES MANAGER
Doc. No: 32-0007-01
FIRE FIGHTING ENTERPRISES Ltd.
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Hitchin
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Company established in 1974
Part of Halma PLC since 2000
All products designed and manufactured in
Hitchin in the UK
Employs 40 people
Annual turnover over £7.5m
75% of sales are to export markets
Export to over 80 countries globally
Market leader with over 650,000
Optical Beams sold worldwide
FFE manufacture a complete RANGE of Optical Beam Detectors
WHAT IS AN OPTICAL BEAM SMOKE
DETECTOR?
Infra-red light Optical Beam axis and centre
An Optical Beam Smoke Detector is a device which monitors the
amount of Infrared light transmitted from a light source to a
photosensitive Receiver across an open area to be protected. If
obscuration of the Optical Beam path exceeds a set value due to
smoke, the Optical Beam sends a signal to the Fire Alarm Control
Panel
PRINCIPLE OF OPERATION
If smoke obscures the light path from
Transmitter (Tx) to Receiver (Rx)
above a preset level, an alarm condition is signalled
to the Fire Alarm Control Panel
TYPES OF BEAM SMOKE DETECTOR
END-TO-END
FIRERAY 2000
TYPES OF OPTICAL BEAM SMOKE
DETECTOR
REFLECTIVE
FIRERAY 50/100 and FIRERAY 5000
SPECIAL APPLICATIONS
Refineries
Flour mills
Munitions factories and stores
Flammable liquid stores
Flammable gas stores
Flammable powder stores
Industrial plants and warehouses
Power stations
FIRERAY 2000EExd
ATEX APPROVED
WHERE ARE
OPTICAL BEAM SMOKE DETECTORS USED?
Historic Buildings
Airports
Atriums
Conference Centres
Exhibition Centres
Shopping Malls
Aircraft Hangars
Museums
Airports
Stables
Sports Centres
Leisure Centres
Manufacturing Plants
Warehouses
CONCLUSION
FIRERAY optical beam smoke detectors are the ideal type of
detector to choose for many large installations. They are an
efficient and economical way of protecting lives, equipment and
properties where:
Areas are wide
Ceilings are high
Cost of installation and servicing need to be low
Architecture cosmetics / aesthetics are important
Ceilings are ornate
FIRERAY5000
®
OPTICAL BEAM SMOKE DETECTOR
MULTI HEAD
Doc. No: 32-0010-01
OVERVIEW
FIRERAY5000
Motorised Optical Beam Smoke Detector
(Reflective)
WHY USE FIRERAY5000?
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Multi-head Capability
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Laser Alignment
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Fast Auto-Alignment
• Auto-Optimise
• ‘One-Wire
Communications’
(Communication-over-power)
• ‘First
Fix’ System
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'Easy-Fit' ‘Second Fix’ System
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System Controller Mounted at Low Level
WHY USE FIRERAY5000?
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Reduced Installation & Commissioning Time & Service Costs
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5 year warranty
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Designed and fully assembled and tested at FFE’s UK factory
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International Approvals VdS, UL, LPCB
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Minimal number of reflective prisms needed
for range
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Extensive range of accessories
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Multi language Quick Start Guide & User Manual
INTERNATIONAL APPROVALS
FIRERAY5000 ACCESSORIES
Universal Bracket
4 Prism Plate
1 Prism Plate
Prism Mount Plate
‘OUT OF THE BOX’ BREAKDOWN OF PARTS
Detector
Head
Reflector
System
Controller
‘OUT OF THE BOX’ BREAKDOWN OF
PARTS
Detector Head
Reflector
DETECTOR HEAD
First Fix Base
Transmitter &
Receiver Lenses
Laser
Indication LED’s
SYSTEM CONTROLLER
First Fix Base
Det. 2
Det. 3
Det. 4
Det. 1
Sys.
Con.
LCD Display
Indication LED’s
Keypad
Knock Outs
INSTALLATION BASICS
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Clear line of sight
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Rigid mounting
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Reflections and obstructions
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Crosstalk
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Light sources and other challenges
INSTALLING AN OPTICAL BEAM SMOKE
DETECTOR
STRUCTURE
Metal panels
 Brick / block walls
Wooden walls
 Structural SteeI beams
Cladded walls
 Concrete walls
Lighting or electrical hangars  Metal-frame assemblies
 Load-bearing walls
WHAT
WHERE
SPECIFY
INSTALL
COMMISSION
MAINTAIN
INSTALL AN OPTICAL BEAM SMOKE
DETECTOR
STRUCTURE
WHAT
WHERE
SPECIFY
INSTALL
COMMISSION
MAINTAIN
EXTRACT FROM STANDARDS
BS5839:
“Transmitters, Receivers and any Reflectors should be mounted
on solid construction that will not be subject to movement, likely
to affect the alignment of the optical beam, as a result of changes
in temperature or imposed load”
UL:
“Projected beam-type detectors and mirrors shall be mounted
on stable surfaces to prevent false or erratic operation due to
movement.”
INSTALL AN OPTICAL BEAM SMOKE
DETECTOR
STRUCTURE
WHAT
WHERE
SPECIFY
INSTALL
COMMISSION
MAINTAIN
SUNLIGHT
WHAT
WHERE
SPECIFY
INSTALL
COMMISSION
MAINTAIN
TESTING A FIRERAY 5000
OPTICAL BEAM SMOKE DETECTOR
To confirm successful alignment
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Conduct a Fault test by fully covering the Reflector, within
two seconds, with non-reflective material
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Conduct a Smoke test by gradually covering the Reflector,
taking longer than two seconds, with non-reflective material
This ensures successful alignment
WHAT
WHERE
SPECIFY
INSTALL
COMMISSION
MAINTAIN
MAINTAINING AN OPTICAL BEAM SMOKE
DETECTOR
To ensure the system continues to operate correctly:
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Check for visual damage regularly
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Check installation remains mechanically and electrically correct
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Check there have been no major changes to the environment
such as line of sight, obstructions, reflections, strong light sources
etc.
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Clean the system regularly
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Check operation of the system with regular Fault and Fire tests
WHAT
WHERE
SPECIFY
INSTALL
COMMISSION
MAINTAIN
CONNECTING FIRERAY5000 TO THE
FIRE SYSTEM
Detector mounted
at high level
Up to 100m
System Controller mounted at
user level
Fire Panel
FIRERAY5000 MARKET ADVANTAGES
• Multi-head
• Built in Laser
• Fast alignment speed (3 minutes) and
reliability
• Minimal number of reflective prisms
required
• Easy to fit First Fix base
FIRERAY5000 MARKET ADVANTAGES
• Icon-based menu system
• Error Codes
• System responsiveness
• Performs to electrical specification
• Has constant current consumption – even
at start-up
CONCLUSION
FIRERAY optical beam smoke detectors are the detector to choose
for many large installations. They are an efficient and economical
way of protecting lives, equipment and properties where:
Areas are wide
Ceilings are high
Cost of installation and servicing need to be low
Architecture cosmetics / aesthetics are important
Ceilings are ornate
www.ffeuk.com
FIRERAY
THANK YOU FOR COMING TO OUR
PRESENTATION TODAY
BEN WILLIAMSON
[email protected]
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