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Analogue Beam Detectors – 6500E / 6500SE

6500E and 6500SE are addressable reflector-type linear optical beam smoke detectors, designed to operate as a component of an intelligent fire alarm system and typically used for protecting buildings with large open spaces.

The 6500E and 6500SE beam detectors are combined transmitter/receiver units that can be directly connected to an analogue loop circuit. The Infra-Red transmitter generates a beam of light towards a high efficiency reflector. The reflector returns the beam to the receiver where an analysis of the received signal is made. The change in the strength of the received signal is used to determine the alarm condition. The 6500SE features a unique remote test capability that fully tests both the optics and the electronics of the device. An optical filter is automatically introduced in front of the optics, attenuating the returned beam and causing the unit to go into alarm.

Features

  • Unique servo-operated test filter
  • Combined transmitter and receiver unit
  • Range 10 – 100 metres (6500SE)
  • 4 x fixed sensitivity/threshold levels
  • 2 x automatic variable sensitivity modes
  • Operates in the Infra-Red light spectrum
  • Numerical indicators to aid beam alignment
  • Standby, fault and alarm LED indicator visible from the front and bottom
  • ±10° horizontal and vertical beam alignment
  • Automatic drift compensation
  • Uses the Series 200 Advanced protocol
  • Loop powered
  • IP 54
  • -30°C to +55°C operating temperature range
  • Complies to EN54 – 12:2002