Rate of Rise Heat Detector - Gent Conventional S-Quad 800271

 

Gent

800271

Manufactured by Honeywell Gent, the Gent Conventional S-Quad Rate of Rise Heat Detector is the from the new range of ES Detect line from Gent. Designed to work in conjunction with a Xenex panel, it replaces the previous Vision 20/20 range.

The rate of rise heat detector provides reliable quick detection of fires which heat rises quickly. It has a fast semiconductor sensor to support this as well as decentralised intelligence, automatic function self-test, alarm and operations data storage and alarm display. A remote indicator can also be connected.

Rate of Rise Heat Detector - Gent Conventional S-Quad Technical Specification:

  • Able to adapt to various types of fire with highly sensitive multi-sensors
  • Large distance between signal and interference magnitudes due to special sensor and electronics design for suppressing electromagnetic influences
  • Able to adapt to different environments

Rate of Rise Heat Detector - Gent Conventional S-Quad price: stated above.

Part Number: 800271

At Fire Trade Supplies, we offer a range of Honeywell Gent Conventional Devices. Our Honeywell Gent fire device range covers most areas of your needs from High Profile Enclosure With DIN Rail, Gent Addressable Sounder, Gent Sounder Beacon, Relay Base with Diode, red and grey electronic bells to Gent ES Heat Detectors and other accessories - we’ve got it all.

Take a look at our range of Honeywell Gent Xenex Conventional Devices as well as other devices below. If you have any questions, please get in touch: sales@firetradesupplies.com.



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